Super Bowl result simulated on Madden NFL video game with surprise result in Chiefs vs Eagles clash
SUPER Bowl 57 has been simulated by gaming gods at EA Sports with surprising results.
Madden 23 ran a simulation of the showdown between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs.
And it predicted a 31-17 landslide win for the Eagles.
Philadelphia are slight favorites to win the clash at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
But EA Sports’ simulation is forecasting an easy night at the office for Philly.
Jalen Hurts won the quarterback fight with Patrick Mahomes and was named Super Bowl MVP.
Hurts completed 26 of his 33 pass attempts for 282 yards and two touchdowns.
According to the simulation, he also ran 10 times for 88 yards.
Hurts threw touchdown passes to AJ Brown and a deep one to De’Vonta Smith.
He also ran one in and was the Eagles’ leading rusher ahead of Miles Sanders — who had 78 yards.
Mahomes, meanwhile, completed 29 of his 39 pass attempts for 249 yards and a touchdown.
His touchdown pass went to tight end Travis Kelce — but he, too, was picked up in the third quarter.
The good news for the Chiefs is that Madden’s simulation has been wrong for the last two years.
Last year they predicted a Cincinnati Bengals win over the Los Angeles Rams, which was wrong.
And last season, they ditched the Chiefs to beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but they were wrong.
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