Tom Brady didn't quite pass the torch to Madden 22 coins Patrick Mahomes in Super Bowl LV, but he did have a battle with another potential cover star. Brady and Mahomes will share the cover of Madden NFL 22, EA Sports announced on Thursday in less than a month after the two fought on the game's biggest stage.

EA Sports teased the pairing by posting a video featuring former Browns running back Madden NFL cover athlete Peyton Hillis and two goats. In the video, Hillis is shown taking an oath with the goats as she talks on the phone. He tells the unidentified individual during the call "they repeated it."

What exactly "they" (meaning those from EA Sports) did was an unusual thing that's not been done in two generations of consoles. It's been 10 years since Hillis graced the cover of the Madden NFL series' annual game, and even longer when the game featured an athlete with dual abilities on the cover.

Madden hasn't had two players split the precious real estate that forms the front of the game, since Madden NFL 10 the year that Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald and Steelers safety Troy Polumalu appeared on the front, posing as if they were about to hit each other. This choice was an ideal fit for the sport that year, and was built around a brand new system that allowed players to compete for a ball that was loose and battle for extra yardage in the form of inches. discuss that can often determine the outcome of a game.

A few years later, Hillis appeared on the cover of Madden NFL 12 in the most stunning of fan vote upsets. EA selected him as its perfect pitchman on the teaser video for Monday. The message was clear on Thursday with the barely-veiled message that Hillis goats were simply placeholders for buy Mut 22 coins two G.O.A.T.s.