The Ted Lasso players in FIFA 23 are super-OP

The Ted Lasso players in FIFA 23 are super-OP

The fact that Ted Lassos AFC Richmond are in FIFA 23 is sufficient, but despite the team''s desire for good vibes over skills, some of the main characters'' stats must be identified.

EA Sports has released the latest ratings for top players across the world over the last few days. However, with the whole game now a week away, you can see the full stats database for every player online.

AFC Richmond has an average overall rating of 78, putting them between Wolves and Everton in the Premier League''s mid-table mush.

Despite the fact that a lot of the background characters aren''t very impressive, some series regulars would be able to compete in the very best teams if they were available on the open market.

Jamie Tartt, a talented Man City loanee on the show, has his stats overpowered given his 84 rating.

With a four-star weak foot, five-star ability, and nearly 90 dribbling, he is already an elite ball carrier. Team that boasts 85 pace, 86 finishing, and nearly 80 strength, and he is an extremely good all-rounder to boot. And just like in the show, he is a dead-ball specialist, with nearly 90 free kicks and penalties.

But he isn''t alone. As we all know, FOOTBALL IS LIFE, and his strike partner Danny Rojas is really, really good. He has the deadly combination of 85 pace, dribbling, and finishing.

Sam, the Teds'' winger, is awfully good as well. With 90 pace and 80 crossing, stamina and dribbling, as well as good stats everywhere else, he''s an absolute solid.

Moe Bumbercatch is very impressive despite his 79 overall, with a 5 star weak foot, 80 stamina, and decent defending to make him stand out in a variety of situations. That enough would make him stand out, but his 90 pace, 80 dribbling, and 85 short passing makes him a Nkunku-style shuttler.

Roy Kent is a bit slow to make a real impact on the meta, but with 95 aggression (the joint highest in the game) he should win every 50-50 and never be kicked off the ball.

FIFA 23 is expected to lose momentum on September 29, with a host of changes before the series finishes off its boots and progresses into EA SPORTS FC next year.

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