The Philadelphia Eagles will win the City of Brotherly Love’s second Super Bowl championship this weekend, or so they say Madden NFL 23in the latest simulation in the series of the biggest event in American football.
Eagles receiver AJ Brown had eight catches for 114 yards and a touchdown in EA Sports’ single simulation, which Philly won 31-17 over Kansas City. Unlike many previous Madden sims of the big game, this one doesn’t seem to boil down to a suspenseful end game. Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts was the MVP of the game, according to Crazy 23.
The Madden NFL Super Bowl simulation dates from 2004. It is a CPU versus CPU game played on All-Pro/Simulation difficulty, with six-minute quarters, which are the settings for online ranked play.
Kansas City Chiefs fans can take comfort in the fact that Madden’s last two predictions have been complete misfires. Last year, the Los Angeles Rams won the franchise’s second Lombardi Trophy; Madden said the Cincinnati Bengals would bring him 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, the Madden NFL simulation is 11-8, 12-7 ATS and 9-10 ATS over/under (total runs scored). Currently, the Eagles are 1.5-point favorites, with 50.5 points as the top/bottom line. Madden doesn’t simulate the duration of the national anthem or halftime shows, or other wacky proposition bets, so you’re on your own there.
Super Bowl LVII, between Kansas City and Philadelphia, kicks off Saturday, February 12 at 6:30 p.m. EST / 3:30 p.m. PST from State Farm Stadium in Phoenix, which is now home to the Arizona Cardinals. play. Rihanna will perform at halftime. Fox is airing the game in the United States, with Kevin Burkhardt and Greg Olsen in the commentary booth.