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Peyton Hillis Believes In 'madden Curse' After Injury-Plagued Season

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Peyton Hillis didn't believe in the "Madden Curse" before this season started. He does now. "Things haven't worked in my favor this year," Hillis admitted in an interview on NFL.com "There's a few things that happened this year that made me believe in curses. Ain't no doubt about that."

Read more at: http://www.nesn.com/2011/12/peyton-hillis-believes-in-madden-curse-after-injury-plagued-season.html

Keep thinking it's not real.

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Keep thinking its real.

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He aint a true gamer like Cam. End of story bro.

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Honestly, what player went on to have a great season after being on the cover? Even the ones who escaped without injury sucked it up the following season. It may be just superstition but football players AND fans are superstitious as a whole

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I dont care anymore dealing with people here wears your soul out....

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I don't really believe in it, but at the same time I don't want to chance anything either. There's part of me that wants Cam to win, but also part of me that would rather not have to wonder about the curse either way.

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considering i'm a grown man who doesn't believe in magic, sure.

It's gonna be fun with Derek Anderson at QB this year!!

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