The narration of this one begins memorably or even a bit dramatically: "This is the kind of game that can make you want to put a on your eyes with a thumbtack . When it comes to playing Madden 22 the joy of life becomes something of a curse. You'll never want to live. It is a source of existential fear."
Like any subculture, Madden comes with its own terminology. For precise throws, they can be described as "lasers" (self-explanatory). The most common throw is one that is a "dot" and you'll be "dotted up" -- which in turn changed from "dart" (less self-explanatory). Similar to strong defensive coverage.
Good defensive coverage was previously "bagged," though recently I've come across YouTubers declaring that they were "booked." The most logical one for me to understand is "mossing" somebody as in when an athlete leaps over a corner to catch the ball out of the air, inspired from Randy Moss.
However, hating Madden appears to be just as prominent a part the society, even if it's a bit theatrical at times. The subreddit , r/Madden, is nearly all "rants" about the reasons why the game sucks , usually it's just a clip of a glitch or bug. The tag Madden22 that is on TikTok is an equal part highlights and calls out faulty play that EA should address.