After a breakout 2018 season and making his first ever Pro Bowl, Eric Ebron doesn't feel like an 86 is good enough.
The Colts tight end took issue with his latest Madden rating on Twitter yesterday:
Ebron's fourteen touchdowns last season were by far the most in the league, but he still battled some inconsistency and drops. I think most people are eager to see what he does for a follow-up, now that he's finally gotten to the level most expected him to as the 10th overall pick in the draft.
Also, to be fair to Ebron, he isn't the only one complaining. Several other NFL standouts, including Chargers WR Keenan Allen and Chiefs S Tyrann Mathieu, also had problems with their or other teammates' ratings.
Even after almost thirty years, it's pretty cool to see Madden still holds this much weight and relevance.