There are only a few days to find out

There are only a few days to find out


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There are only a few days to find out who will grace the cover of this year's issue. We have decided that we would roll through some of the candidates who could be eligible for the honour. Below are our top three choices of a cover athlete and our top options if EA Sports chooses to cover two players, as the teaser implies.

Three of the previous four Madden NFL cover athletes have been quarterbacks, and it follows that our best choice is also someone who plays in the middle. Bills quarterback Josh Allen is an ideal selection for the latest edition of the video game franchise especially following a successful 2020 season that saw him develop into an MVP-caliber quarterback. After appearing in the AFC Championship, Allen set new records in his career for passing yards as well as passing touchdowns. Allen had Buffalo just only a few steps away an Super Bowl appearance. At this stage in his career, he's already a superstar. The Bills Mafia would be thrilled to have Allen's name and image on the cover of the Super Bowl.

If you're not planning to cover the quarterback, then I don't see how you could overlook Derrick Henry. In fact there was a potential leak from March that suggested Henry as the cover's athlete. While it's unclear the likelihood that Henry is going to make the cover this year, it is certain that he's deserved it. At times, the big-bodied running back appears as something out of an action movie as the defenders he takes frequently on a daily basis. Henry was the league's top player in rushing back-to-back seasons and topped every skill position player in 2020 by the number of years in a scrimmage (2141). If a season where you average 126.7 yards of rushing per game cheap Mut 22 coins earn you the attention of Madden NFL, I'm not sure what will.