It's that time of the year again. Time for American Football fans to upgrade their cable, purchase overpriced replica jerseys, stock their freezers full of chicken wings, purchase season tickets, and of course purchase the new edition of Madden. Luckily this year's version is an actual improvement over the previous next-generation installments, so spending $59.99 won't make you want to strangle Madden himself.
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When it comes to sports curses, aside from the Chicago Cubs, there’s no more active superstition than the Madden curse. Since 1999, almost every year something bad has happened to the cover athlete of Electronic Arts’ bestselling Madden NFL franchise. Cleveland Browns running back Peyton Hillis is the latest victim of this curse.