The new Madden ratings came out a couple days ago.  It's safe to say that not all of the Bills are satisfied with the ratings they got.

For those who aren't familiar with what Madden ratings are, or how they work, they're ratings that are supposed to represent the amount of skill that every player has in the video game.  They're separated into categories like how strong they are, how fast they are, how prone they are to injury, and so on.

Obviously, the higher your number is, the better your avatar player will be in that game.  So when a number is low, it's a shot to the ego of those players.  When you work your whole life to be the best in the business, it's hard to see a video game say that you're not nearly as good as you think you are, especially if you're coming off an incredible season the year before.

One of the Buffalo Bills that took exception to his latest ratings was Isaiah McKenzie.  This was his tweet after seeing his numbers:

The question is, which number was the one that bothered him the most?  Speed and acceleration, agility, and awareness are all in the 90s.  When you're a speedy receiver, those numbers don't seem awful.

The best part was how his team mates jumped in to troll him a little bit.  The first was Tyrel Dodson who rated him on his hygiene:

Then fullback Reggie Gilliam jumped in...

And now the world wants to see a foot race between McKenzie and Gilliam:

Then fans started to jump in with their ratings of McKenzie:


When it comes down to it, who cares what a video game thinks about you?  Nobody's going to be saying anything about your 53 toughness Madden rating when you're holding up the Lombardi.

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