NFL players had some funny reactions to their ‘Madden 20’ ratings

By Jesse Reed

EA Sports released all its player ratings for the upcoming “Madden 20” video game on Monday, and the reactions those ratings garnered by players in the game were hilarious.

Antonio Brown of the Oakland Raiders had already made his opinion known when it became public knowledge that he was not one of the four players to earn a perfect 99 rating. Then all of the ratings dropped, and many others chimed in.

Take a gander at how these guys reacted to seeing their ratings ahead of the 2019 NFL season.

Los Angeles Chargers safety Adrian Phillips (77), a player we recently highlighted as a potential shocking training camp cut, took the humorous route:

Indianapolis Colts tight end Eric Ebron, who caught 13 touchdowns last year, was not at all happy with his 86 overall rating:

New England Patriots linebacker Kyle Van Noy took a passive-aggressive shot over his 77 overall Madden rating:

https://twitter.com/KVN_03/status/1150802206561431552

Many players on the Atlanta Falcons had some funny reactions to their ratings:

Dallas Cowboys sack master Demarcus Lawrence felt disrespected by his overall Madden rating of 89:

Cleveland Browns safety Demarious Randall took offense to his overall Madden rating of 86:

Detroit Lions cornerback Quandre Diggs, and Baltimore Ravens safety Tony Jefferson, had something to say about Diggs’ overall Madden rating of 77.

Clearly, the players “in the game” aren’t feeling this ratings release by EA Sports.