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Madden NFL 22: Ranking the likely candidates for this season's iconic cover

We are eagerly awaiting the reveal of who will be on the cover of Madden NFL 22 this year. EA Sports has announced that the next season's cover will be announced on Thursday, July 17th. The company also gave us a teaser clip that gives us hints as to the identity of the person (we also got a great cameo from Madden NFL 12 cover player Peyton Hillis). You can find it here.

The teaser showed two goats -- one notably older than the otherand causing a disturbance in a barn , before surfacing to reveal the date of the cover announcement.

While we only have a few days left until we know for sure who'll be on this year's cover, we decided to take on ourselves the task of rolling through a handful of candidates which could be considered to be considered for this award. Below are our top-three options for both an individual cover and our top choices should EA Sports decides to go with a two-player cover, which they appear to indicate they'll be doing in this teaser.

Four of Madden NFL's most recent cover stars were quarterbacks. It's not surprising that our top pick is a player who can be found underneath the center. After a successful 2020 season in which he was an MVP quarterback, Bills quarterback Josh Allen is an ideal choice for the next chapter of the Madden videogame franchise. Allen notched career-highs in passing yards and passing touchdowns last year and was able to put Buffalo nearing a Super Bowl appearance after appearing in the AFC Championship. Allen is definitely a superstar at this point in his career and Bills Mafia would surely like to have him become the first player in franchise history to see his faceand the logo of the team as the cover.

If you're not interested in having to take on the role of quarterback cover Then I don't see how you could ignore Derrick Henry. It was reported that there was a report in March which suggested Henry might be the cover's athlete. It's still unclear if he'll actually see himself on the cover of this year's issue, Henry is certainly deserving of it. The massive running back at times seems to play a video game as he passes over defenders almost every week. Henry was the league's top player in rushing during back-to-back seasons and surpassed every skill position player in the 2020 season for the most years at the scrimmage (2141). Madden NFL covers are not available if you've 126.7 yards per game.

While you may laugh at the idea of the inclusion of a defensive player onto the Madden NFL Cover, it's not unusual. Richard Sherman was the last defense player to make the Madden NFL 15 cover athlete. Ray Lewis (Madden NFL 2005) as well as Troy Polamalu were also there. Donald is by far the most impressive player on the cover side, having been a member for four consecutive seasons of the 99 Club. With that in mind there aren't many other avenues to make it in the game other then finally making it onto the surface.

Following the release of the teaser this week, everybody thought that it was the result of a combination. It's no secret that Tom Brady is considered the most successful quarterback ever (G.O.A.T), and Patrick Mahomes is widely considered to be the next great quarterback. It's only natural to believe that there's a chance or possibility of two sportsmen being featured on the cover. But, EA Sports' teaser shows an older goat as well as a goats, and it's easy to imagine Brady and Mahomes. Both quarterbacks have been a regular visitor to the Madden NFL cover, with Brady playing on it for Madden NFL 18 and Mahomes following the same pattern a few years later to cover Madden NFL 20.

This combo would be repetitive however, it's an excellent idea. It's as if they appeared on the cover a few minutes before. It's a good thing, as they went toe-to–toe at the Super Bowl last year.

EA Job Description: Madden Could Be Coming To A Switch

Madden NFL used to be an everyday feature on Nintendo platforms However, we've not seen it in over a decade after Madden NFL 13 on Wii U. EA is still providing annual updates to FIFA (even when they're "legacy versions"), EA previously declared that they wouldn't release the game on Switch at the time of 2018. However, a recent job announcement suggested Madden could finally be out.

Doctre81 on YouTube found the job description "Online Software Engineer (C++ - Madden" earlier in November of 2020. One of the job's requirements calls for 2 years' experience with "Microsoft or Sony game consoles". That may not sound like much however, previous EA job advertisements haven't listed Nintendo within their criteria.

At the very least, EA could be investigating a potential release. It is worth noting that EA had previously said that it would release seven Switch games in the 12 month period beginning in June 2020. Six confirmed games have been released in June 2020, which includes Apex Legends that was revealed just this week.

There's one more to be determined, however Madden's release schedule suggests that EA may be waiting until Madden NFL 22. This would rather than a Madden NFL 21 port, since they usually launch in August. We'll just hope that it's not another older edition.

Madden NFL 21 Makes Its Super Bowl LV Prediction

This weekend is set to play host to Super Bowl 55, the end of one of most turbulent seasons in the NFL ever. The teams competing for this year have been determined. In a showdown between top NFL quarterbacks Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes The Kansas City Chiefs will face against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Electronic Arts will celebrate the Super Bowl by running a Madden NFL simulation, as has become a custom. The Madden NFL 21 simulation this year is predicted to be the best match.
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