With Madden NFL 15, the biggest games of the year are in store.

But with all the games to choose from, what’s the best game you can play on your own?

Here are 10 games you should play with the best players in the world, in the hopes that you’ll be rewarded with the biggest prize of the season.


Tom Brady, QB, New England Patriots Tom Brady is one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL.

He is not only the most accurate quarterback in the league, but he is also one of just three quarterbacks in history to throw for 4,000 yards in three straight seasons.

He also holds the NFL record for most touchdowns in a season (21).

Brady is known as the quarterback who always seems to score big, and he is a great example of how a franchise can take a team-first approach to their football.

It’s a concept that’s not going away anytime soon, and Brady is definitely going to be a key piece of the Patriots’ future.


Carson Wentz, QB and Eagles quarterback Carson Wentzman is an absolute force on the offensive side of the ball.

He’s one of only two quarterbacks in NFL history to lead his team to consecutive playoff appearances (2007 and 2009), and he was a key part of the Eagles’ Super Bowl run in 2016.

He was also named to the Pro Bowl in 2019.


Dak Prescott, QB &roids NFL Network: Dak Prescott is the only player to have three seasons with 300+ yards passing in the same season.

He ranks second in the all-time passing yardage list, and third in touchdowns.


Russell Wilson, QB Seattle Seahawks: Russell Wilson is an NFL MVP candidate after he has thrown for 3,541 yards and 17 touchdowns in three seasons.

His stats are the best in the game, and his consistency has led to him being named the NFC’s Offensive MVP three times.


Carson Palmer, QB Arizona Cardinals: Palmer has thrown 13 touchdowns in two seasons, and is second in NFL passing yards per game (5.15).

He is a true two-quarterback league and the Cardinals are looking to add another franchise quarterback to their team.


Eli Manning, QB New York Giants: Eli Manning is the league’s best quarterback, and has thrown 5,078 passes for 10,065 yards and 16 touchdowns in four seasons.


Aaron Rodgers, QB Green Bay Packers: Rodgers has thrown 17 touchdowns over his first four NFL seasons, but has had a bad habit of falling short in big games.

Rodgers has won three Super Bowls with the Packers, but is still looking to win a fourth.


Philip Rivers, QB San Diego Chargers: Rivers has led the league in passing yards in each of the past three seasons, with a record of 3,076 yards in 2017 and 3,052 yards in 2018.

He has been named the NFL’s MVP in each season.


Matt Ryan, QB Atlanta Falcons: Ryan has a career passer rating of 106.4, and ranks second all- time in NFL scoring (2,849 points).


Dak Presley, QB Kansas City Chiefs: Presley is the first player in NFL franchise history to rush for 3.5 million yards in five seasons, surpassing the previous mark set by Deion Sanders.

He holds the career record for career rushing yards in a single season at 2,862.


Jameis Winston, QB Florida State Seminoles: Winston has led Florida State to a national championship, and won his first national championship since 2000 with a victory over Texas A&M in the 2017 Sugar Bowl.

He finished second to the Carolina Panthers in the Heisman Trophy voting.


Eli Apple, QB Chicago Bears: Apple has had one of his best seasons as a pro.

He threw for 3 and 5 touchdowns in each game this season, and now has nine touchdown passes in the last three games.


Russell Westbrook, PG Oklahoma City Thunder: Westbrook is one-of-a-kind.

He led the Thunder to the 2017 NBA Finals and is the reigning MVP of the NBA, and was a finalist for the NBA’s Most Valuable Player Award.


Carson Kelly, RB Arizona Cardinals (C) ESPN: Carson Kelly is a force in the running game.

He rushed for 2,093 yards and 18 touchdowns in 2016 and 2017, and set a career high in receiving yards in 2016 (2 and 10).


Ryan Nassib, RB New York Jets: Nassib is one reason why the Jets have the NFL franchise record for wins in a year (20).

He led New York to back-to-back NFC East titles in 2017, as well as a berth in the postseason.


Matthew Stafford, QB Detroit Lions: Stafford is one the NFL elite quarterbacks, and a fan favorite for the best quarterback in franchise history.

He had 4,817 passing yards and 28 touchdowns in his rookie season. 17