Kliff Kingsbury Doesn't Love His Madden Self

Kliff Kingsbury isn't happy about what he looks like in new Madden game

Kliff Kingsbury isn't happy about what he looks like in new Madden game

Arizona Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury is among those mad at the latest version of "Madden", though not because of his team's ratings.

Kliff Kingsbury has been talked up for his looks since long before joining the National Football League ranks, but according to the new Arizona Cardinals coach, "Madden 20" isn't doing him almost enough justice in that category. "And it just said, 'Looking good, bud'". Kingsbury, who has often been compared to actor Ryan Gosling, thinks he looks like a character on "The Walking Dead".

He thought he looked like a zombie.

"It's amusing you bring that up because I had seen a bunch of guys kind of getting in their feelings about their rating", Kingsbury told the team website. "I want to get adjusted on looks rating".

Kingsbury was responding to a question about how the Cardinals' offense (73) and defense (80) were rated in the game.

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Ask a person off the street to name something notable about new Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury and they will say one of two things-either that he is an offensive mastermind or that he is a good-looking man.

"It's amusing you bring that up", Kingsbury began.

"It looks like they're all pretty low to start", Kingsbury said. Those complaints come every year, too, nearly always because players think they are better than their video game version.

"Let's work on that, adjusters".

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