Coin Up content for Super Bowl 50 is live! Things are a bit different this week as there are a total of 12 scenario sets you can complete. You can earn a Super Bowl Coin Up collectible from each of the two Coin Up solo challenges and another from getting at least one win in Draft Champions. Here are the scenarios and their rewards:
Peyton Manning -- 25 coins per passing yard
Greg Olsen -- 50 coins per receiving yard
Demaryius Thomas -- 50 coins per receiving yard
Jonathan Stewart -- 50 coins per receiving yard
Emmanuel Sanders -- 1,000 coins per catch
Luke Kuechly -- 1,000 coins per tackle
Cam Newton -- 2,500 per touchdown
C.J. Anderson -- 7.500 coins per touchdown
Von Miller -- 25,000 coins if he records 2+ sacks
Ted Ginn Jr. -- 25,000 coins if he records 2+ touchdowns
Broncos Defense -- 75,000 coins if DEN records 4+ turnovers
Panthers Defense -- 75,000 coins if CAR records 4+ turnovers
Which of these do you think have the best potential?
It is officially Super Bowl week, and a brand new Super Bowl program is live. The program contains a mix of current Super Bowl players and items representing legendary performances in past Super Bowls. The program centers around several new sets that allow you to unlock and upgrade Super Bowl content.
Today through Super Bowl Sunday, new Super Bowl Legends will be released into the mode. It sounds like half will be available through sets, and the other half will be available in packs directly. You can find the players and collectibles needed to complete the sets in packs and by completing the new Super Bowl solo challenge sequences.
Here are the known Super Bowl player items with full ratings:
You probably noticed that the superstars on both Super Bowl teams are missing. It will be interesting to see how they will be included in this year's Super Bowl program. For more information on all of the new content, check out the official blog post by EA Sports. Check back throughout the week for full ratings on the latest Super Bowl Legends as well.
What are your predictions for Super Bowl Legends coming later this week?
Today's new Playoff Legends are D'Brickashaw Ferguson and Vince Wilfork. For a breakdown of how the Legends program works, check out our news post from the beginning of the year. Here are the full ratings:
Four new Football Outsiders player items have been released this morning tied to dominant performances on conference championship weekend. This week's 24-hour only Hero is Rob Gronkowski, one of the best TEs currently in the mode. Here is the list:
TE Rob Gronkowski, NE (24-HOUR HERO): Led all TE with 32 DYAR in conference championships (8-for-15, 144 yards, TD)
WR Ted Ginn, CAR: Led all WR with 60 DYAR in conference championships (52 receiving yards, 22 rushing yards, TD)
RT Mike Remmers, CAR: Helped block for 154 rushing yards on 35 carries.
RE Derek Wolfe, DEN: Led Broncos with 6 tackles, plus 2 QB hits, sack, pass defensed.
For more information on the selections, check out this article from Football Outsiders.
The last Schefter's Star of the season can take the top off of just about any MUT defense and pick up yards after the catch with 97 speed, 94 acceleration, and 99 agility. John Brown is the definition of a vertical threat and he will be affordable on just about any budget. For a breakdown of how the Schefter's Stars program works, check out our news post from earlier in the MUT season.