The new ratings for EA Sports Madden NFL video game came out on Tuesday and nobody had any complaints.

Said nobody ever.

As expected, plenty of players voiced their frustrations about their rating in the ever-popular video game. Guys like Leonard Fournette and former Ohio State star Tyvis Powell were among those who weren’t big on where Madden had them.

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Another former Buckeye star took that to another level.

Former Ohio State and current Pittsburgh Steelers star Cameron Heyward wasn’t a fan of his 88 rating. H made sure that the video game’s official Twitter account knew about it:

But wait, there’s more!

Not only did Heyward voice his opinion over the “trash” rating, he also shared why he felt he should’ve at least been among the top 15 defensive ends in the game:

Apparently players can actually send video on why they deserve to be ranked higher. At least that’s what Madden’s account tweeted back at him:

Those are all fair points. It looks like Madden will actually consider them:

if Heyward actually gets his rating improved, don’t say Twitter never did any good.