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i think its either peterson or RG3

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they might put a defensive guy for the first time..J J Watt..but I'd go with Peterson

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A Houston Texans team photo.

 

Andrew Luck's right arm.

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And there has been a defensive player on it before. Troy Polomalu in 2010 and Ray Lewis in 2005.

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I've always wondered why Peyton is never on there. He never passes up an endorsement chance. Perhaps they don't ask him?

I'm guessing Cam Newton.

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With Calvin's performance, I think it shows that there is no Madden curse.  That will hopefully increase the pool of players willing to be on the cover.  I'd love to see a defensive player on there.  Or even another duo like they had with Fitz and Polamalu.  Maybe something like Patrick Willis and Adrian Peterson?  That cover might explode with awesomeness

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They will do what they did the last couple of seasons and come up with a list of 32 and let the "fans", vote it down. It generates interest and it lets the fans feel they contribute to the decision. 

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I've always wondered why Peyton is never on there. He never passes up an endorsement chance. Perhaps they don't ask him?

I'm guessing Cam Newton.

I've always wondered if Peyton's decision to appear on the cover of "NFL Fever" somehow prevented/hindered him from being on the Madden cover.

It'll be RG3 this year this I think.

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Anyone but Luck...

They should just put a blank cover with the NFL logo in the front...

Maybe the whole NFL will get injured...lol

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It should be a mirror cover.  The customers that pay $60 every year should be on the cover. 

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RGIII wouldn't bother me, but QB covers have become almost cliche. I'm all for Watt, Peterson, or (even though he's coming off a 'down' year) Gronkowski. 

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It was so funny last year when Packers fans online had a commitment to vote AGAINST Rodgers.

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I've always wondered if Peyton's decision to appear on the cover of "NFL Fever" somehow prevented/hindered him from being on the Madden cover.

It'll be RG3 this year this I think.

Yeah, i feel that's the reason too.

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