EA Sports' Madden 24 missed the mark a little bit by ranking these 49ers players far lower than they should have been.
It's almost comic how EA Sports' hit video game series, Madden NFL, has created a buzz across the league itself.
At least in terms of EA Sports' player ratings and whether or not they should be what they are.
Granted, no NFL player (or fan of that player) is going to complain about a rating that's too high. Yet there are plenty of gripes about players being ranked too low, including the San Francisco 49ers' new defensive tackle, Javon Hargrave, who has some issues with his 84 rating:
Hargrave, following an 11-sack season with the Philadelphia Eagles last year, should at least be in the high 80s, not 84.
So, with that as the kickstart, here are other Niners players who were rated far too low.
49ers left tackle Trent Williams Madden rating: 98
There are those who'd argue All-Pro left tackle Trent Williams is, pound for pound, the best player in the NFL right now. And while reaching a 98 mark in Madden 24 is no underachievement, Williams should have made it to that elite-level Madden "99 club."
San Francisco had no such players in that club this season, and Williams was probably the best candidate to be in that group.
Edge Nick Bosa, the reigning Defensive Player of the Year, also received a 98 but was also the top edge rusher in this year's Madden class, so not much of a snub there.