Brandon LaFell Voices Displeasure With ‘Madden NFL 16’ Rating On Twitter


Add Brandon LaFell to the list of professional athletes disappointed in their video game ratings.

The New England Patriots’ wideout voiced his displeasure with the people in charge of his rating in “Madden 16,” the latest installment in the football video game franchise.

For those who didn’t catch on, his acronym at the end of the tweet stands for “Get the f — out of here.”

Admittedly, 83 might be slightly low for LaFell, whose skillset is greater than the numbers he put up in the powerful Patriots offense last season. We’re guessing he’ll take a Super Bowl ring over respect from the video game creators any day, though.

He’s not the only one upset, however. NFL rookies voiced their hilarious opinions about ratings in a video released by EA Sports last month, while Boston Celtics point guard Isaiah Thomas also took to Twitter to casually throw a dig at his 81 overall rating in “NBA 2K16.”

Thumbnail photo via Peter Casey/USA TODAY Sports Images

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