The latest installment of Madden will be released soon. Like any other year, the head of the game’s release has released the ratings for the ten top players at each position. Some players were happy with their rates, and some players weren’t happy.
You can add Los Angeles Chargers four-time Pro Bowler Keenan Allen as someone not happy with his Madden rating. He is a 93 and is the 7th best wide receiver behind players such as Devante Adams, DeAndre Hopkins, Tyreek Hill, Julio Jones, Michael Thomas, and Stefon Diggs.
On Thursday, Allen was asked by Cam Buford of What’s Good In Sports his thoughts on Madden 22, and Allen replied, “It’s a terrible video game.”
After hearing that EA rating adjusters were in attendance at Chargers training camp, they approached Allen to ask him what his issue was with the game.
According to Buford, “Allen already told them that he didn’t like the rate, and they responded that they want to get it straight. And we really want you to be happy with your rating. So he says I do not really want to deal with this right now.
“But, if you really want to know, I’m quicker than what you guys have me rated, my hands are better than what you have me rated, I’m faster than what you have me rated. Your rating system is off. Then they asked where do you think you should be rated?”
He added, “I think I should not be no less than fifth in the league, and I know they up the ratings he was at an 89 and then went up to a 93. How is my rating 93 before the season and after the season? But my stats are worse?”