Inside Media Day
Super Bowl Media Day is always a wild scene for players, coaches and fans. As the Ravens and 49ers gear up for Super Bowl XLVII, Madden got up close and personal with the biggest stars playing on Sunday.
49ers QB Colin Kaepernick says he’s not the type of guy who gets nervous before a big game. Super Bowl XLVII is only his 10th career NFL start, but he’s already shown he’s built to handle the pressure.
49ers RB Frank Gore was bumped up to a 94 OVR in the latest Madden ratings update. But will he be able to run on the Ravens defense in NOLA?
49ers MLB Patrick Willis has been compared to his childhood idol Ray Lewis. He anchors a brutal Niners defense, both in Madden NFL 13 and on the field.
49ers WR Randy Moss gets another crack at a ring, this time as the elder statesman on a deep crew of receivers. And the rumor is he may even suit up for another year.
49ers OLB Aldon Smith was named the team’s MVP after finishing second in the NFL with 19.5 sacks this season. He’s looking forward to making some trouble for the Ravens offense on Sunday.
Ravens veteran Safety Ed Reed is serious about getting his first Super Bowl ring this week. This is the 11-year vet’s first trip to the big game (and it’s in his home state).
Ravens QB Joe Flacco hopes our Madden NFL 13 Super Bowl prediction comes true. He’s now made good on his opinion that he’s one of the game’s elite QBs.
Ravens veteran LB Terrell Suggs is one of many Ravens seeking their first Super Bowl ring. He bounced back from an Achilles’ tendon tear last spring to get on the field for Baltimore’s playoff run.
Ravens RB Ray Rice is very confident in his Madden NFL 13 skills. Rice’s insane 4th-and-29 conversion against the Chargers in November helped set Baltimore on the path to the Super Bowl.
Ravens MLB Ray Lewis has crafted an all-time legacy in Baltimore, and says the Madden NFL franchise has been a big part of his storied career.