Tennessee Titans linebacker Jayon Brown and cornerback Adoree’ Jackson have reacted to their Madden NFL 20 ratings.
Player ratings in Madden NFL 20 don’t mean much, but it is still fun to see the reactions of players. You can add Tennessee Titans linebacker Jayon Brown and cornerback Adoree’ Jackson to the list.
Jackson made out pretty good with the video game, earning a rating of 83. Meanwhile, Brown didn’t fare so well and was shocked to discover he was rated 75, which we’d consider too low after the season he had in 2019.
After the Titans caught up with their players to get their respective takes on the ratings, it’s clear Jackson and Brown agree that the linebacker should be rated higher.
Jackson’s rating is not as bad as Brown’s, but clearly the cornerback would like to be higher.
As for Brown, his second season in the NFL was deserving of more respect than that. After all, he did total 97 combined tackles, six sacks, two forced fumbles (one recovered), one interception and six passes defended.
He was graded as the No. 8 linebacker by Pro Football Focus, for crying out loud! What more does a man need to do to get some respect around here?
Well, don’t worry, big fella. As the season goes on, the game updates regularly and I’m sure Madden 20 will catch up to just how good you are in their ratings. If not, there is truly no hope for this game.
Jackson’s second year in the NFL was definitely a step in the right direction. While he had his ups and downs, Jackson finished the year as No. 27 cornerback, per PFF. Jackson had spoken about improving the mental side of his game for 2019, so he should take another leap in his third year.
Both Brown and Jackson are just two of the several young, up-and-coming pieces on the Titans’ defense. As bright as this season is looking for this unit, the future is even brighter.