Some Madden 15 Gameplay featuring the Detroit Lions (rio the king638) vs the Oakland Raiders (BoRaiders) & the Detroit Lions (rio the king638) vs the Cincinnati Bengals (Cincy life). Rio is stepping up his game, trying to shake his Overall 31 Ranking in the TSG Madden 15 CF Power Rankings. Checkout the gameplay, like & subscribe on youtube please!!
TSG is ultra competitive in everything we do, nothing is more competitive than our Madden Leagues. The GroupMe is constantly full of people telling each other they stink or they are better or their SB doesn’t count or they have an asterisk. Very few of the league members give each other props other than their own little click. So BoRaiders & Jesmonkey69 came up with an idea, put together a ballot of the top 24 active TSG Madden members and have an anonymous group vote to make up the top 12 or “Dirty Dozen” of all time in the TSG Madden Community. Without further ado here are the nominees & the TSG Dirty Dozen:
From playing Madden 25 CF on the Xbox 360 for 2 seasons, then transitioning to the Xbox One for another 5 season, it has been one heck of a ride. From new members, to the returning of old ones, to the crowning of new champions, another awesome year is in the books for TSG. Without further ado here are the TSG Madden 25 CF (Xbox One) Year End Awards:
Whether it was the disrespect of not being voted into the Top 5 or maybe it was the possible match-up with Cincy, something lit a fire under Coach ResistingFrame1 in the playoffs despite only qualifying as a Wild Card. He tore threw the playoffs, beating Twon, then Jesmonkey, then Captain on his way to a convincing win in Super Bowl 5 of TSG Madden 25 CF (Xbox One) over the Buffalo Bills & Coach Cincy life. Whether through the air or on the ground this was one of his most dominating Super Bowl runs. This is Frame’s 2nd Super Bowl in Madden 25 on the Xbox One & his 3rd overall, proving the NFC South is a very dominant division. He may have officially cemented himself into the Top 5 of TSG All-Time Greats. Congratulations Frame on your 3rd Super Bowl Victory!
After being a throw in for the trade that landed the Buffalo Bills, CB Tommie Campbell, QB Jake Locker revitalized his career in his 2nd year under Coach Cincy, earning the MVP & a run to the Super Bowl. Locker helped lead the Bills to the highest scoring offense in TSG, amassing 5,517 Passing Yards, 50 TD’s to only 20 INT’s with a 70% completion percentage. Putting up eye popping numbers wasn’t the only thing he did, he lead his team to the a 13-3 record, #1 Seed and a disappointing loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the Super Bowl. Congratulations on a once in a lifetime season & your 1st MVP.
ROLB Brian Orakpo has officially put himself up there as one of the greatest Defensive Players of all time, also making a case for being the best LB of all time along side Lawrence Taylor. Having broken the sack record 2 years in a row, this season totaling an astonishing 31 Sacks. With this accomplishment this is the 5th season in a row (3rd straight for this player) a Washington Redskins OLB has become the leagues Defensive Player Of The Year, he had a dominate season leading the Redskins to a #2 Seed & the league’s #1 Defense!. In this season Orakpo totaled 82 tackles, 44 tackles for loss, 31 sacks & 3 forced fumbles. Congratulations on putting yourself in NFL History, among the all time greats.
While there will be no usual golf game from EA Sports this year – as they transition away from Tiger Woods and attempt to launch in strong fashion on the new systems in 2015 – the new generation won’t be going without golf after all.
HB Studios, who has partnered with Electronic Arts in the past, most recently developed Rugby World Cup 2011 and the infamous NBA Baller Beats. They have also contributed to games like Madden and FIFA on the Wii and other EA Sports tiles that made their way onto secondary platforms including PS2, PC, and PSP.
Their latest effort is The Golf Club which will release on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC this spring. Being described as a simulation the game will include a course creator with final designs able to be shared and used in online matches. Tournaments and Tours can be customized and shared as well. Also touted is practically zero load time between holes, challenges vs friends, and social media integration. Check out some early videos highlighting gameplay and the Course Creator.
The cover campaign featuring both legends and current stars for Madden NFL 25 has reached the finals in the two brackets. The “Old School” and “New School” participants have been shaved down to two each with the eventual winners from each side facing off for the cover honors.
Barry Sanders goes up against Jerry Rice while Arian Foster will take on Adrian Peterson. Foster’s run is the only thing that could be considered a surprise especially having quit social media prior to the tournament. He has gone on to beat Julio Jones, Colin Kaepernick, and now Russell Wilson. There are currently one, two, three, and four seeds remaining. Peterson is likely to move on (he absolutely CRUSHED Robert Griffin III) with the Rice-Sanders pairing (both collected about equal percentage with comparable opponents) much more difficult to call.
EA Sports today announced the schools that have advanced to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Football 14 cover tournament and have opened up the voting. Once again it is being handled through Facebook with a main poll which will be followed by secondary ones.
Alabama led the way in the round of 16 followed closely behind by Texas A&M and Michigan. Those three had the benefit of being listed first in the poll options on Facebook which provided a huge advantage as users had to click through to another page to see the other programs. The trio totaled 88K votes which was more than the remaining 13 schools combined with 78K. That represents yet another gaffe in what has been a poorly staged cover vote process from the start. 6 of the 8 options from the primary poll are displayed on the main FB page with Oregon and Texas A&M now seemingly at a disadvantage.
Penn State slipped out after looking as though they would likely advance. That leaves Notre Dame as the only program that EA would certainly like to avoid now given the Manti Te’o story. If they had planned for him to be a cover option that at least will have been scrapped now. Within the next 10 days the company will be announcing the potential cover athletes for the programs leading into a voting stage to choose the eventual candidate for each that will end on February 18.
Though there is ample time to go in the voting round of eight programs for the NCAA Football 14 cover here is an update on the current standings. Michigan is leading the way with 22,044 votes and Alabama is close behind having totaled 20,343. Texas A&M is sitting comfortably at 12,623 while Oregon remains somewhat vulnerable with 8,111 votes. As things stand right now they would all be moving on to the final four.
Florida State at 7,149 is in range to make a run at the final spot while Ohio State, Notre Dame, and Georgia look as though they won’t be going any further. If additional polls are posted though – depending on how they’re structured in particular – that could change their outlook.
Unfortunately EA has not actually defined when this round of voting will actually end. Potential cover athletes for each school are expected to be announced by February 3 with the advancing schools and their athlete moving on come February 18.
Just taking a guess here since it has not at all been made clear but the voting on athletes may represent the secondary poll/s for this round. That could shift the results dramatically depending on which programs have the most appealing individuals attached (more likely for non-fans to vote for players now than schools) and eliminate the fatigue of voting for the same school over and over by now as some have surely tuned out of the process.
Could the silhouettes in the above image (larger version) provide hints at the soon-to-be-revealed candidates? That Michigan has a QB could be a sign of that given Denard Robinson would likely be their representative. The others are more difficult to define however. Alabama could be a running back which would make sense with Eddie Lacy, Georgia could be Jarvis Jones (in fact it may be based on this picture or one similar), Notre Dame might be Tyler Eifert (note the hair out the back of the helmet). What do you think for the others?