Former GVSU Star Matt Judon Thinks ‘Madden NFL 17′ Shortchanged His Abilities
Matt Judon was a star defensive end at Grand Valley State University. In 2015, he led the nation with 20 sacks before getting drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in the fifth round.
Judon is part of the Madden NFL 17 video game, but some of his attributes seem a little off.
In his final year at GVSU, Judon led the nation with 20 sacks, forced three fumbles and had 81 tackles including 23.5 tackles for loss. He also won the Gene Upshaw Award for being the best Division II lineman in the country.
Today, Judon is playing outside linebacker for the Ravens and is continuing to excel. The West Bloomfield High School graduate has 14 tackles and three sacks for Baltimore this season.
With all of that success you might assume Judon has good awareness on the field, but Madden NFL 17 doesn't see it that way.
I'm expecting an "awareness" upgrade for Judon in Madden 18 as long as he keeps working on those occasional draws. Either way, you can be sure opposing quarterbacks are aware of him.