Madden 20 Superstar X-Factor playersArizona Cardinals: Chandler JonesAtlanta Falcons: Julio Jones (XF), Matt Ryan, Keanu NealBaltimore Ravens: Earl Thomas (XF), Lamar JacksonBuffalo Bills: Micah HydeCarolina Panthers: Luke Kuechly (XF), Christian McCaffrey (XF), Cam Newton (XF)Chicago Bears: Khalil Mack (XF), Eddie Jackson, (XF), Kyle Fuller, Tarik CohenCincinnati Bengals: Geno Atkins (XF), A.J. Green (XF)Cleveland Browns: Odell Beckham Jr. (XF), Myles Garrett (XF), Denzel Ward, Nick Chubb, Baker MayfieldDallas Cowboys: Ezekiel Elliott (XF), Byron Jones (XF), DeMarcus Lawrence (XF), Leighton Vander Esch, Tyron Smith, Zack MartinDenver Broncos: Von Miller (XF), Chris Harris Jr. (XF)Detroit Lions: Damon Harrison, Darius SlayGreen Bay Packers: Aaron Rodgers (XF), David Bakhtiari, Davante AdamsHouston Texans: DeAndre Hopkins (XF), J.J. Watt (XF), Jadeveon Clowney, Deshaun WatsonIndianapolis Colts: Andrew Luck (XF), T.Y. Hilton, Darius LeonardJacksonville Jaguars: Jalen Ramsey (XF), Calais Campbell (XF)Kansas City Chiefs: Patrick Mahomes (XF), Travis Kelce (XF), Mitchell SchwartzLos Angeles Chargers: Philip Rivers (XF), Melvin Gordon (XF), Joey Bosa (XF), Derwin James (XF), Keenan AllenLos Angeles Rams: Aaron Donald (XF), Todd Gurley (XF), Andrew WithworthMiami Dolphins: Xavien HowardMinnesota Vikings: Harrison Smith (XF), Adam Thielen (XF), Stefon Diggs, Danielle HunterNew England Patriots: Tom Brady (XF), Stephon Gilmore (XF), Julian EdelmanNew Orleans Saints: Michael Thomas (XF), Drew Brees (XF), Cameron Jordan (XF), Alvin Kamara (XF), Marshon Lattimore, Terron ArmsteadNew York Giants: Saquon Barkley (XF)New York Jets: Le’Veon Bell (XF), Jamal Adams, C.J. MosleyOakland Raiders: Antonio Brown (XF), Rodney HudsonPhiladelphia Eagles: Fletcher Cox (XF), Zach Ertz (XF)Pittsburgh Steelers: JuJu Smith-Schuster (XF), Ben Roethlisberger (XF), T.J. Watt, David DeCastroSan Francisco 49ers: Richard Sherman (XF), George Kittle (XF)Seattle Seahawks: Russell Wilson (XF), Bobby Wagner (XF)Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Mike EvansTennessee Titans: Jurrell CaseyWashington Redskins: Ryan Kerrigan, Landon Collins, Trent WilliamsMORE: Here are the best offenses to use in Madden 20 | Best defenses EA Sports https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/42/d5/madden-nfl-20-superstars-myles-garrett_m6gg5zoepgee1cax8k6egv7rd.jpg?t=626485604&w=500&quality=80 One of the most anticipated new features for the upcoming “Madden NFL 20” involves how players are being better differentiated by skill level and style through what’s being called Superstar X-Factors.With the new feature, players will see their unique abilities enhanced on the field when designated with these special traits. It’s a fairly exclusive club considering only 50 players are Superstar X-Factors at any given time and another 30 are in a lower tier called simply Superstar, with a handful of offensive lineman receiving an ability only in Franchise Mode. The additional X-Factor given to that top 50 is specially activated when a player in in the “zone.” MADDEN 20 RATINGS: Top players by position | Best, worst team overallsFor example, Aaron Donald can apply pressure on the quarterback even when engaged in a block. Philip Rivers will have his throw accuracy unaffected by pressure. Those players can be knocked out of the “zone,” which is important to creating competitive balance. The standard abilities that all of the Superstar players hold will always be present. The Saints and Cowboys stand above the rest of the league. They have six Superstars apiece, with many of them X-Factors. The Chargers and Browns follow with five each. The Bears, Steelers, Texans and Vikings are also especially strong.At the bottom of the league are the Bills, Cardinals, Dolphins and Titans, who don’t have any X-Factors and just a single Superstar. The Buccaneers, Giants and Lions are also on the weak end of the league.MADDEN 20 REVIEW: The good, the bad and the new from EA Sports Superstars and Superstar X-Factors will updated throughout the season based on player performance.”Madden NFL 20″ is open to play now through a 10-hour trial with an EA Access subscription on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. The game officially releases July 30 (Superstar Edition for $80) and Aug. 2 (Standard Edition) and includes a new Career Mode featuring some college teams. The Standard Edition of the game is available for $50.94 through Amazon.Bryan Wiedey posts sports gaming news and analysis daily at Pastapadre.com, is co-founder of the sports gaming site HitThePass.com, hosts the “Press Row Podcast” and can be reached on Twitter @Pastapadre.