Cowboys CB Trevon Diggs is ANGRY with his Madden Rating for this year

Trevon Diggs took to Twitter to call out the famed game for giving him a low rating.

Cowboys CB Trevon Diggs is ANGRY with his Madden Rating for this year

Trevon Diggs (Image via The Dallas Morning News)

Every single off-season, the Madden franchise comes up with poor ratings that erks plenty of people including some NFL players. The players rarely approve of their ratings in the video game. In that trend, the Dallas Cowboys cornerback Trevon Diggs has now expressed his disagreement with his overall rating in the Madden 24 NFL game.


“87 Overall, Throw your whole game away I’m not fw it lol,” wrote Diggs on social media while quote tweeting Madden’s rankings of the cornerbacks. Diggs barely missed entering the top 10 in the list of best cornerbacks in the NFL by Madden 24 rating. Diggs had an 87 overall rating while the 10th-best cornerback Denzel Ward was given 88 overall by Madden.

The New York Jets‘ star CB Sauce Gardner and the Denver Broncos CB Patrick Surtain II made the top 10 list with 93 and 94 overall ratings, respectively. Furthermore, the Miami Dolphins CB Jalen Ramsey topped the list with a 97 overall rating. While the Cowboys CB Diggs failed to break into the top 10, his new teammate Stephon Gilmore was ranked 7 with a 91 overall rating.

Trevon Diggs was drafted by the Cowboys in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft. He has been a menacing ballhawk in Dallas’ defensive backfield so far. In his first 3 years in the league, Diggs has been to two Pro Bowls and has received 1 first-team All-Pro recognition. During the 2021 season, Diggs led the league in interceptions with 11 picks. The dominant cornerback getting a lower rating has angered the Cowboys fans.


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Trevon Diggs expected to dominate in his contract year with the Cowboys

Trevon Diggs
Trevon Diggs (Image via SI)

The Cowboys’ star cornerback Trevon Diggs is entering the final year of his rookie contract in the upcoming season. He has already proved his worth, but the Dallas-based football team still hasn’t signed him to a contract extension.

This could motivate the 2-time Pro Bowler to dominate on the football field in 2023. He could secure his second contract in the league if he has a monster campaign like he had in 2021.

The Cowboys could still use the franchise tag on Diggs, which could cost them approximately $19 million for the 2024 season. However, both Diggs and general manager Jerry Jones would like to sign a contract extension rather than Diggs playing under the franchise tag.


The Cowboys are scheduled to open up their training camp on July 26 as the league steadily approaches the start of the 2023 regular season. Diggs would look to put up monstrous numbers to help his contract negotiations.

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