Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury made news on Tuesday for his feelings on Madden 20
We all certainly feel like the Arizona Cardinals ratings on certain individual players could be better. However on Tuesday head coach Kliff Kingsbury had his say.
He wasn’t so much as upset with player rating as the way he was depicted in the game. He didn’t care for the way he looked.
Honestly, why should any of us really care? Why does he have the time to care? While it is appreciated he tries to get himself on the players level, at the same point isn’t there other more pressing drama we should be talking about?
I will say it is better than talking about the next failure or the more recent injury. From that standpoint, I’ll take Madden talk every day.
However let’s all again remember, it’s just a video game. Albeit a very popular video game, it’s just that.
Yes, some of the ratings are rather low, although quarterback Kyler Murray is highest among rookie quarterbacks. Overall, neither side of the ball, offense or defense, received favorable ratings.
Now these things can change over time with new uploads. However the perception among Madden people, along with media and fans outside of Arizona, there isn’t much to be excited about.
However real Cardinals fans will disagree. They’ve been fun to watch in practice by most accounts. They are still over a week away from their first preseason game against the Los Angeles Chargers at State Farm Stadium.
At the end of the day Madden 20 is just entertainment, just like the Cardinals. The Cardinals are real though. The Madden entertainment is just artificial.
So let’s just skip all the drama. Oh and someone might want to clue in national sports networks as well as Kingsbury’s comments made screen crawls on Tuesday. Must be a slow news day.