Dez Bryant calls 'Madden NFL 17' rating an 'insult'; Madden responds on Twitter

Should Dez Bryant be mad at his Madden '17 rating? (1:40)

The First Take crew debates whether Dez Bryant has a case against his overall rating of 90 in Madden '17. (1:40)

FRISCO, Texas -- Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant was rated as a 90 overall in the video game "Madden NFL 17," and he wasn't happy about it.

"They would do me like that? Oh my God,” a smiling Bryant told The Dallas Morning News after Friday’s preseason game. “That is an insult, like why would you do that to me? How much I love y'all. Like, what? Not John Madden, because I love him. It's the developers."

Bryant takes his video games seriously. He’s also considered among the game’s best receivers, but he was rated as the No. 8 receiver in the game. Antonio Brown, Julio Jones, A.J. Green, Odell Beckham Jr., DeAndre Hopkins, Larry Fitzgerald and Alshon Jeffery are each rated higher than Bryant.

The folks who runs the game's Twitter account decided to have some fun with Bryant after his comments, poking fun at the reason he was only rated as a 90.

"We're just going to see what happens," Bryant said on Friday. "Like I told Madden, they put me at 90, I'm not worried about that. That rating going to shoot up real quick, you best believe that."