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Madden NFL 2001 featured a section called 'Great Games' where one would be put in a situation where they control one team and would have to win the game with a set amount of time. If the player wins, they unlock either a new team or a stadium. Overall, there were more than 60 teams and over 80 stadiums in Madden NFL

Madden NFL 2002 showcased for the first time Create-A-Team where you would make a team and play with that team in either Play Today or Franchise mode. Additionally, it featured mode but it never caught on. Create-A-Team was not featured in Madden NFL 13 and moving teams was first featured in Madden NFL 2004 called 'Stadium' in the Franchise mode of this game. Madden NFL 2002 was the 2nd highest selling game in

Each NFL team is based in the contiguous United States. Though no team is based in a foreign country, the Jacksonville Jaguars started playing one home game annually at Wembley Stadium in London, England in 2013 as part of the NFL International Series.

Like the other major sports leagues in the United States, the NFL maintains protocol for a disaster draft
. In case of a 'near disaster' that caused the club to lose a quarterback, they could draft one from a group with at least three quarterbacks. In case of a 'disaster' that results in a club season being cancelled, a restocking draft could be held. Neither of these protocols has ever needed to be implemented.

EA reverse engineered the console to market the game without paying the standard $8 to $10 license fee per cartridge to Sega, then suggested a compromise of $2 per cartridge and a $2 million cap on the fee. The console manufacturer agreed, afraid that EA would market its reverse-engineered knowledge to other businesses; the agreement saved EA $35 million over the next 3 decades. As its Joe Montana-endorsed soccer game would miss the 1990 Christmas shopping season, Sega asked EA to allow it sell Madden with the Montana name. EA refused, but offered an inferior alternative that lacked Madden's 3D graphics and most of its 113 plays. From 1992 to 1994, Mega placed the match at #1 in their monthly Top 100 Mega Drive Games of All Time.

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