Tom Brady has already been around a Madden NFL pay before. However, there is no rule which says that Madden 21 coins an athlete can not do it again. Not merely did the the ageless quarterback post among those greater campaigns in the league this season, but what he accomplished in the 2020-21 season has enough of a"story-book" texture to it that Electronic Arts may not have the ability to resist.
Brady joined a new team this fall after enjoying his entire career with the New England Patriots. He did so in his era 43 season. Despite a brand new team and a time in his career most players have already long ago retired, he posted one of their finest seasons of his career. After casting 40 touchdowns to just 12 interceptions and for 4,633 yards, he finished off the effort by beating a second former Madden NFL cover athlete at Patrick Mahomes in the Super Bowl.
What better way to celebrate what will almost surely be a completely next-generation version of Madden NFL 22 than placing one of the next generation of stars on the game's cover? Third-year quarterback Josh Allen just keeps getting better and better. In 2020, he might have only unofficially taken the baton from Brady.
He was also a danger on the ground, as he rushed for 421 yards and eight touchdowns. Over the span of his career, he has never rushed for under 400 yards in a year. Further demonstrating he is part of this younger generation of celebrities, he is even followed in the footsteps of fellow Madden NFL celebrity Mahomes when it comes to being a participant.
In the long run of cover athletes for the Madden NFL series, virtually all them have been offensive players. Running backs and quarterbacks have been the most widespread, with a few wide receivers mixed in. That does not mean that a big time defensive star has never made an appearance. It is just incredibly infrequent. Actually, since 2000, just three defensive players have reached the cover of this match. Ray Lewis, Troy Polamalu (who shared the cover with mut 21 coins xbox one Larry Fitzgerald) and Richard Sherman. The then-Seattle Seahawk Richard Sherman has been the most recent of this trio.