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Who Should Cover This Years Madden?

The Madden 17 cover will be revealed on SportsCenter at 6 p.m. ET
2016 was an interesting season in regards to star players. While many would say it's a passing and offense friendly league, a lot of standout players in the league were defensive players.
Von Miller and J.J. Watt are two dominant players who changed the game, but will that cause fans to grab the game off the shelves? On many cases, the Madden cover goes to offensive players. The obvious choice would be Cam Newton, who led his team to the Super Bowl.
Who Should Cover This Years Madden?
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The better question is who should get the EA curse
I kinda like having Gronk as the cover!
Well not a huge fan of Gronk but he's a good fit to be on the cover of the game
It's Gonk.....smh
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