Just thought I'd note, that even if those ratings do come from the actual game in it's current state, they'll likely change drastically.
Madden is usually pretty conservative with their team ratings. For instance, last year the highest rated defense was 89 overall, while in that list there are several teams in the high 90's. I think this is because they base their offense/defense ratings on the average of the ratings of each of the starters on that side of the ball.
Outside of that large point, some of those just don't make sense. Carolina with a 99 overall D? Sure, they have a great d-line, but they really don't have any LB's/CB's that I think EA could justify putting anywhere near the 90 range, although Manning Jr. will probably get overrated because all of the hype around him after that 3 INT playoff game.
Like I said, I'm not saying that you're lying, but even if those are the ratings currently in the game, they'll likely change. I'd imagine they like to change things up as close to the actual season as possible. There was a similar list before Madden 2004 out, and it ended up being way off. It had the Browns D rated waaaaaaaay lower than any other D (even the cards), and the actual game when it was released had them ranked in the middle of the pack.