My Madden Team Says Justin Miller Is Great for Cards

Jess RootCorrespondent IMay 4, 2010

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - NOVEMBER 01: Justin Miller #32 of the New York Jets runs with ball against the Miami Dolphins at Giants Stadium on November 1, 2009 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The Dolphins defeated the Jets 30-25. (Photo by Chris Trotman/Getty Images)
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So CB Justin Miller is now a Cardinal?

He is another former Jet, joining K Jay Feely, S Kerry Rhodes, and OL Alan Faneca. He gives the Cardinals depth at cornerback, a veteran presence, and a guy to compete for returning kicks and punts.

What I know about him is not much in reality. He made the Pro Bowl in 2006 as a returner and he only played two games in 2009, and it wasn't because of injury.

For many, that would be a red flag, but I'm not worried. Why? I know a secret, and it is because of my Madden 2008 game.

I've played through the 2011 season as the Cardinals with Miller as one of my starting corners. How has he done, you might ask? Take a look at the stats:

2007: 4 INT, only 11 catches allowed

2008 : Pro Bowl, 13 INT, only 4 catches allowed

2009: Pro Bowl, 10 INT, only 5 catches allowed

2010: Pro Bowl, 13 INT, only 3 catches allowed

2011: Pro Bowl, 9 INT (he's slipping), NO CATCHES ALLOWED

So, according to my Madden reality, the Cards just got themselves a shut-down corner. He and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie are going to be the best corner tandem in the league.

According to Kerry Rhodes, he and Adrian Wilson are the best pair of safeties. This should guarantee another postseason trip for the Redbirds. You can't convince me otherwise (because I'm not using logic or reality).

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