Selected at this year’s NFL draft 2010, Tim Tebow is already sporting his new uniform, the Denver Broncos. Will this first round draft pick live up to his name. Many don him as one of the premier quarterbacks in college last year, so how will he fare in Denver?
It’s no surprise that Tebow was added to the Madden 11 roster. What is a surprise is that Tim Tebow will be the featured cover athlete for NCAA Football 2011 and playable in Madden 11 in the same season. I know there were talks of Tebow going pro, so I’m not sure why EA selected him as the cover athlete. Could it have something to do with him being a Morman? And Morman’s are known to break curses. And we all know that being featured on a Madden cover comes with a price. But not if you’re on the NCAA Football cover… That really made no sense, but I’m just throwing it out there since I’ve got no word from EA.
With a new emphasis on receiver intelligence–including better catching and boundary awareness–as well as defensive opportunities, Madden 11 promises to deliver the most realistic and pulse-pounding football action this franchise has ever seen.
I’m really looking forward to this years version of Madden. I know many people think it’s the same game just a new cover athlete but it’s not. The improvements made year in and year out and enough for a football fan to pick up and play. Being a NY Giants fan, I’d love to see how the new stadium plays. One of my few gripes with EA is their terrible background audiences. They should take a page from MLB 10 The Show since I rated them an “outstanding” in that category. There were some other items we mentioned in our review, but overall Madden NFL 10 was and is their best yet. Let’s see what next years brings.
What are you looking forward to in Madden NFL 11? Stadiums? Rookies? Comment below.
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