Madden 13: Connected Careers
Follow the story of First Round draft picks creator Richard Havlicek Jr, from his career as a Tight End for the Oakland Raiders, to his quest for the Hall of Fame. From headlines, twitter feeds, stats, week by week synopsis, and highligh reels, you dont want to miss this epic story!
2012/2013 Season Week 1
Week 1 was a dogfight against the division rival San Diego Chargers. Although the team fought hard, Phillip Rivers and company proved to be too much for the Oakland defense, defeating the Raiders 54-35. No doubt a tough loss, rookie Tight End Rich Havlicek Jr had legendary performance. With top running back Darren McFadden hurt and the Oakland wide recievers shut down, Carson Palmer looked to his new tight end. The result was epic. Rich Havlicek Jr in his rookie debut, reeled in an NFL record 25 catches for 333 yards and 3 touchdowns. Sporting the old school neck roll, Havlicek Jr looked like a throwback tight end in the glory days of the Oakland Raiders. The future is bright indeed. As a matter of fact, some people are even calling Havlicek Jr the second coming of Hall of Famer Mike Ditka. While it may be too early to compare, Havlicek Jr certainly looks the part. NFL defenses are offically on notice.
De Ja Lose? Rich Havlicek turned in another legendary performance in week 2 against the Miami Dolphins. This week 2 records were broken, including one he set himself just a week ago. This time he finished with 26 receptions, bringing his season total to 51. The ridiculous thing is that its only week 2! Havlicek Jr also broke the record for most receiving yards in a game with a whopping 428 yards, shattering the old record. He also had 5 touchdowns. Unfortunately, Havlicek Jr seems like a one man band. His team continues to lose despite these godly numbers. What gives? Havlicek Jr is known to be a fierce competitor and hates losing with all his soul. How much longer can he put up with the losses? When is enough, enough? Richard Havlicek Jr though only playing in his second professional game, is easily on his way to a Hall of Fame career. The question is, can you make the Hall of Fame playing only one year? Havlicek Jr would rather retire and miss playing football than to lose. The quest continues...