Madden cover: Great for Hillis, but let's not get crazy
When it was announced that Peyton Hillis would be on the cover of the newest take of the John Madden video game, I didn't see what the big deal was.
It's cool that fans banded together for a cause, but that's about it.
To me, this is a case in which video-game players attach a lot more importance than those who aren't gamers. Guess which group I'm in?
If Hillis goes on to NFL glory - or has a bad year - it won't be because he was on the cover of a video game.
It's good for him because he'll earn some endorsement money. But is it news? Not really.
- Howard Primer
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