Each year, the newest Madden ratings arrive to the delight or dismay of fans of the players or teams. It’s also a hot debate that ranges amongst gamers, sports fans, and the athletes themselves. Luckily, those numbers get adjusted throughout the regular season based on how good or bad a player is performing in real NFL games. Believe it or not, it’s a lot of work, and that job goes to the Madden Ratings Adjustors., who will be featured on the upcoming ESPN Numbers Game show.
ESPN Numbers Game trailer & premiere date
The Madden Ratings Adjustors get the task of evaluating NFL players to determine how they should be in the Madden video games. Those particular individuals will be featured in a new ESPN E:60 show called Numbers Game. On Monday, ESPN revealed the new E:60 Numbers Game trailer along with an official premiere date so viewers know when to watch.
Based on the trailer, this show will provide a unique insight into all that the Madden Ratings Adjustors have to do to get the numbers as best as they can. That involves traveling to games, team meetings, and dealing with the player backlash. The new E:60 is a collaboration between ESPN and EA Sports.
The trailer features a number of NFL players in it as they question their ratings. Among them are the Chicago Bears’ Mitchell Trubisky, the NY Giants’ Saquon Barkley, and Jacksonville Jaguars’ Jalen Ramsey. Ironically, it will debut just before the new Madden 20 arrives for gamers. Just recently, we took a look at the Baltimore Ravens players’ ratings for Madden 20.
Of course, the trailer caption also says it’s “the best job in the NFL you might not have ever heard of….” Getting to witness games and interact with the real NFL players or teams can’t be all that bad. That is if they are in agreement with their current Madden NFL ratings.
The E:60 Numbers Game show officially arrives on ESPN on Sunday, July 21 with a 9 a.m. Eastern Time start. Viewers can watch it on television or streaming devices.
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