Quandre Diggs shares his feelings about Madden

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EA Sports released ratings for running backs and safeties today for the latest version of Madden.

As for the Seahawks’ pair of stars on the back end of their defense, Jamal Adams came in at No. 5 among strong safeties. Meanwhile, Quandre Diggs was somehow only ranked No. 9 among free safeties. That brought on a strong reaction from Diggs, who shared a couple of tweets with his feelings.

That’s a reference to Tupac’s infamous 1996 song Hit ‘Em Up, largely considered the most vicious diss track in hip hop history.

Diggs elaborated a bit with another tweet, claming his ’72’ catch rating is too low, especially considering he leads all safeties in interceptions over the last few years.

We don’t have much else to say about Diggs being underrated – a running theme over the last two and a half seasons since he was traded from Detroit.

This isn’t the first time Diggs has been peeved by Madden, either. Last year he took issue with the ridiculous caricature they used as his likeness.

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