In the hierarchy of Dez Bryant's life, there is football-football, Madden football and "eating/random/other."

The man loves him some video games, and following finding a take a look at his player rating for the upcoming Madden 17 release, Bryant is just not delighted.

Per the Dallas News' Jon Machota, Bryant broke off on a tangent about his rating inside the game right after Friday's preseason tilt against the Miami Dolphins. Following a 2015 season derailed by injury, Bryant's all round rating has dropped from 96 to 90 inside the game, and Dez ain't pleased.

"It is what it is," Bryant said. "We're just going to see what occurs. Like I told Madden, they place me at 90. I'm not worried about that. That rating going to shoot up genuine swift, you very best think that.

"I play Madden, I [expletive] love Madden. They would do me like that? Oh my God. That may be an insult, like why would you do that to me? How much I appreciate y'all. Like that? Not John Madden, due to the fact I really like him. It is the developers."

This is not the initial time Bryant's felt the cold sting of digital injustice. Final year, it was his speed rating that seemed like an insult.

"89 speed? Y'all [expletive] crazy," Bryant tweeted at EA in 2015.