One of the coolest things about the internet being hooked up to our new-fangled gaming machines is that sports games can update on the fly. For instance, every week of the football season Madden 2011 will be updated with the correct rosters and injuries for your team. This first week there are over 500 hundred changes. How crazy is that.
You can check them all out over at Madden's website, but I'm pretty sure most of us don't care about 95 percent of the changes. Then again if you are the kind of person who cares enough about all 500 updates you're probably the kind of person who also already knows all 500 changes and have reorganized your 50 fantasy football teams accordingly.
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