Tennessee Titans left tackle Taylor Lewan clapped back when Madden NFL 20 tried to soften the blow of his terrible rating.
Madden NFL 20 disrespected Tennessee Titans left tackle Taylor Lewan with an 81 rating, and Dad wasn’t hearing it when the game tried to cheer him up.
We told you yesterday about the poor rating Lewan received in the game, and his subsequent frustration with it.
Well, Madden 20 responded by trying to show him the grass was greener in some other areas. Rightfully so, Lewan clapped back with other reasons why his rating should be better.
While we can appreciate Madden 20 trying to show Lewan some of his better ratings, it still isn’t good enough. Lewan is far better than a stinkin’ 81 would indicate.
Lewan was graded as the No. 15 tackle in the NFL last season and has made the Pro Bowl in each of the last three seasons. There is really no justification for showing such disrespect to an elite left tackle like Lewan.
Of course, you can pick apart more than just Lewan’s ratings. Somehow running back Derrick Henry received an 83, meanwhile fellow back Dion Lewis got an 84. Anyone who watched football last year knows Henry had a better 2018 campaign than Lewis.
Let’s not even talk about safety Kevin Byard’s 89. The man is the best safety of the game and he couldn’t even get a 90?
Lewan had more than enough support from his teammates on Monday, including Byard and left guard Rodger Saffold.
At least Dad has a ton of support in this difficult time.
The highest-rated player on the Titans was tight end Delanie Walker, who scored a 92. He was the only player on the roster to get above a 90, but clearly there should have been more.
And Madden 20, if you’re reading this, step your game up. These ratings for some Titans players are just wrong, and disrespectful. We’ll have none of it.