Voting For Madden '12 Cover Tournament Moves Into Round Two

The NCAA tournament-style vote for the next player on the cover of EA's Madden '12 continues into the second round. The first round didn't feature many close matchups and only a couple of upsets including 10-seed Peyton Hillis over 7-seed Ray Rice and 9-seed Adrian Peterson over 8-seed Julius Peppers.

The biggest blowout in the first round came at the hands of Matt Ryan who dominated Jordan Gross, 89 percent to 11 percent. The closest matchup was Patrick Willis edging out the 12th man, 54 percent to 46 percent.

With that, we're onto the second round. Here are the matchups:

(1) Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers vs. (8) St. Louis Rams QB Sam Bradford

(4) New England Patriots RB Danny Woodhead vs. (5) New York Giants WR Hakeem Nicks

(3) Jacksonville Jaguars RB Maurice Jones-Drew vs. (6) Kansas City Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles

(2) Atlanta Falcons QB Matt Ryan vs. (10) Cleveland Browns RB Peyton Hillis

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(1) San Diego Chargers QB Philip Rivers vs. (9) Minnesota Vikings RB Adrian Peterson

(4) New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees vs. (5) New York Jets QB Mark Sanchez

(3) Philadelphia Eagles QB Michael Vick vs. (6) Houston Texans WR Andre Johnson

(2) Pittsburgh Steelers WR Hines Ward vs. (7) San Francisco 49ers LB Patrick Willis

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