Madden NFL 23 predicts Super Bowl and MVP winners
The Philadelphia Eagles will win their second Super Bowl for the City of Brotherhood this weekend, or so to speak. NFL Frenzy 23in American football’s biggest event simulation series.
The Eagles receiver AJ Brown made eight catches from 114 yards and one touchdown in EA Sports’ one-time simulation, which Philly won 31-17 against Kansas City. Unlike many of Madden’s previous big game simulations, this one doesn’t seem to come to a suspenseful final turn. Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts is the game’s MVP, according to crazy 23.
The Madden NFL Super Bowl simulation game dates back to 2004. This is a one-time, CPU vs CPU game played on All-Pro/Simulation difficulty, with six quarters of a minute, which is the setting for ranked play. online.
Fans of the Kansas City Captains can take some solace in the fact that Madden’s last two predictions have been completely wrong. Last year, the Los Angeles Rams won the franchise’s second Lombardi Cup; madness said that Cincinnati Bengals will bring it home. In 2021, Tom Brady won his seventh Super Bowl ring with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers; Madden called for a 10 point win for Kansas City in that game.
Overall, Madden NFL’s simulation is 11-8 live, 12-7 over score spread, and 9-10 over/under (total points scored). Currently, the Eagles are being liked by 1.5 points, with 50.5 points being the top/bottom door. Madden doesn’t simulate the length of the national anthem or the halftime performance, or other silly proposition bets, so you can do it yourself.
Super Bowl LVII, between Kansas City and Philadelphia, begins Saturday, February 12 at 6:30 p.m. EST/3:30 p.m. PST, from Phoenix’s State Farm Stadium, is what they’re calling it. is the stadium where the Arizona Cardinals play. Rihanna will perform at halftime. Fox is broadcasting the game in the United States, with Kevin Burkhardt and Greg Olsen in the commentary room.
Update (February 12): Kansas City beat Philadelphia 38-35, which means NFL Frenzy 23 miss all three: instant winner, point spread winner and over/under. Oh! Patrick Mahomes won the Super Bowl LVII MVP, to boot, so Madden missed that call for good.