Bracketizing the NFL's Madden Cover Vote

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Bracketizing the NFL's Madden Cover Vote
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Social media is a great way to offer fans their chance to opine on certain topics, as well as voice their wants. 

EA Sports most certainly has done this. Last year, a fan vote in a bracket style tournament helped decide who was going to be on the Madden NFL cover. Peyton Hillis, the winner, was given this honor. 

Because of the success of the voting program, EA offered it again, only this time, they increased the field to 64 candidates, two for each team. 

This slideshow is going to project who could possibly win the cover vote. For the first round, the two nominees will be put against each other. The winner will move on to the second round. The second round matchup will be between teams whose seeds sum up to the number 33.

For example: (1) Giants play (32) Colts, (2) Patriots play (31) Rams, etc. This will go on until the final round, in which the projected Madden Cover winner will be chosen. 

Without further ado...

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