Madden 22 cover vote: the 5 most likely cover stars

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The cover vote for Madden 22 is a vote that only EA can get. Before the NFL draft, we predicted 5 players who could become screen stars in the rankings below. If you want to acquire strong players, then you may need to buy Madden 21 Coins.

1. Lamar Jackson (QB, Baltimore Ravens)
EA has never selected the same screen player for two consecutive years, which severely deprived Jackson of the chance to win the Madden 22 championship – his amazing 2019 achievements in Baltimore allowed him to win the Madden 21 screen. Nor is it particularly subtle: he leaked the news in an interview on the official website of Crow.

2. Trevor Lawrence (QB, TBC)
Lawrence was selected first by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the upcoming NFL Draft, and will also become the first rookie ever to appear on the cover of Madden-EA’s bold statement consolidated the new PS5 and Xbox Series X era, and won many MUT Coins for players. The guy from Knoxville, Tennessee accumulated 10,000 yards and 90 touchdowns during his three-year college career at Clemson University.

3. Patrick Mahoms (QB, Kansas City Chiefs)
Mahomes, now the NFL's most worried QB, passed 4740 passing yards last season, making the Chiefs into the Super Bowl for the second time in a row. Sadly, the campaign ended in a Super Bowl loss to Tampa Bay, and the Madden 22 ticketing department may also have similar disappointments. Mahomes' Madden 20 cover may be too new to be re-elected.

4. Aaron Donald (DT, Los Angeles Rams)
In his eighth NFL season, few defensive players were as effective as Pittsburgh alumnus Donald P. Last time, the Rams' calf took out 13.5 sacks, enough to win his third NFL Defensive Player of the Year award. If he can grab the Madden 22 box, he will be the first to do so, because Richard Sherman of the Seattle Seahawks did it successfully on Madden 15.

5. Travis Kelce (TE, Kansas City Chiefs)
If Mahomes is not considered a contender for the Chiefs cover due to his appearance before the two versions, then teammate Kelce is a more valuable substitute than him. Even at the age of 31, many experts labeled him as the greatest finisher in NFL history, and in 2020, he once again has an advantage in 105 catches, 1,416 yards and 11 touchdowns. If you want to know more features, you can buy MUT Coins at GameMS.