Not sure if this got posted somewhere yet, but here's an article that downplays Hillis' accomplishments from '10, yet overlooks that he wasn't even the starting RB for the first two games. The author is arguing that white people are voting Hillis in so they can glorify a white RB http://www.avclub.com/twincities/articles/is-race-going-to-decide-the-madden-12-cover-vote,54920/ Notable paragraph blasting Caste Football, unwittingly bringing more traffic this way: In a Google search for "white football players,"Â the first site that pops up is Caste Football. The website alleges a hierarchical system is at play in sports that marginalizes the contributions of whites. Its "About Us"Â section reads: "It is clear and obvious that whites are just as good as if not better athletes than blacks"Â; the site's top story proudly reads, "The Whitest Team Wins the Super Bowl."Â This site has nothing to do with Peyton Hillis. It's probably frequented by overt racists; the fans who voted Hillis in are not. But if this sentimentÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬"one that seeks "A Great White Hope"ÂÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬"is alive and vocal, it's fair to think threads of it might dwell in the subconscious of Madden voters.