Eddie Lacy is tough to bring down in Madden 15, making him a fun running back to control.
Nothing shouts "realism" quite like the "Manningface" of Peyton Manning.
It doesn't matter who his QB is, Andre Johnson continues to be capable of plucking passes out of the air.
Johnson's Texans teammate, the first overall selection of the 2014 NFL Draft Jadeveon Clowney, is a great linebacker to control using Madden 15's new defensive mechanics. Shown here is the new defense-focused camera angle, the jump-the-snap mechanic and tackle cone.
Madden 15's Skills Trainer includes The Gauntlet, a mode that tests players' ability to complete dozens of training drills in a row without failing. The Gauntlet's "boss battles" get a little zany, starting with a 100-yard field goal in 225 mile-per-hour winds. Note that the new aiming arc for kicking and punting can be seen briefly here.
The Skills Trainer also tests players' pass progression reads against defenses like Cover 2 and Cover 3.
Juking opponents out of their cleats in Madden Ultimate Team is still quite enjoyable.
Meet our created athlete for Connected Franchise mode, Jeremiah Tank. He's a seven-feet-tall, 400-pound running back with 99-rated speed. Oh, and 99-rated jumping.
Among the touchdown celebrations in Madden 15 is the "string dance" popularized by comedian and late night talk show host Conan O'Brien. Athletes are more "active" after the whistle in Madden 15, so expect to see more celebrations within the game's engine, not just in cut-scenes.
Aaron Rodgers and Randall Cobb will be a popular quarterback/wide receiver duo in online matches for Madden 15.
Wide receiver Doug Baldwin is an underrated talent opposite of Percy Harvin that can stretch the field in Madden 15.
It wouldn't be a complete gallery of Madden 15 images if we didn't include Johnny Manziel, who is certainly fun to use on 4th and 1 at the goal-line.
...But let's be honest about which quarterback we'll be using in this game, people.
Even his celebrations are great! Boy, we love Aaron Rodgers.
Not to be outdone, 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has his own touchdown celebration that will be seen quite often.
Also not to be outdone, Eli Manning may have the best Manningface in the game.