Madden NFL 18’s cover athlete is Tom Brady featured on the G.O.A.T edition. Brady is the oldest player to grace the honor and privilege of the Madden Franchise. In Brady’s 15 seasons as a starter, he led the Patriots to 7 Super Bowl appearances, which is the most by any player in history.
Is the Madden curse still relevant ? The Madden cover was known to curse a player the next season, but many believe Brady is a different breed.
Is this Madden giving Brady a farewell for all his accomplishments? Could be as if the Madden Franchise are sending a message that the competition has only became stronger and Brady wouldn’t be much a threat for the few years he has left.
Brady years as a NFL quarterback are coming to an end, but it seems as if he is only getting better. The new face on the Madden cover, but a name that will always be remembered in the NFL.
Retired Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch visited his hometown Oakland Raiders on Wednesday.
The meeting was first reported by former NFL punter Pat McAfee of Barstool sports. Although the Seahawks still retain the rights to Lynch, they have given other teams permission to speak to him Continue reading “Marshawn Lynch visits Raiders Wednesday: Return may be imminent”
After last year’s heart break, the North Carolina Tar Heels won their 6th National Championship after defeating Gonzaga Monday night 71-65. North Carolina was led by their point guard Joel Berry II who put up 22 points and Justin Jackson who notched 16 points. Their big man down low, Kennedy Meeks also pulled 10 rebounds in the win. Continue reading “North Carolina! C’mon and Raise up!”
For the first time in history, the South Carolina Gamecocks are National Champions in Women’s basketball. Continue reading “Dawn of a New Era: Gamecocks win first National Championship in Women’s History”
With the Final Four quickly approaching, it is hard not to wonder if we will see a battle against the Carolinas in the National Championship. South Carolina continues on their historic run after defeating Florida in the Elite Eight 77-70 and North Carolina pulled off a nail biter after Luke Maye hit a last second shot to defeat Kentucky 75-73. Continue reading “Clash of the Carolinas?”