Madden NFL 17 Predicted Patriots Win From Behind At Super Bowl LI

Feb 06, 2017 05:24 PM EST | Jayde Marvynne Zamora

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Madden run a Super Bowl simulation and it correctly predicted the Super Bowl LI outcome with Patriots winning from behind. What's more interesting is, it successfully predicted Tom Brady winning MVP and a connecting touchdown with Julian Edelman.

The company computer-simulated "The Big Game" is an annual tradition every year before the Super Bowl. This year, Madded NFL 17 outcome prediction to be true and somehow accurate. The New England Patriots winning Super Bowl LI from behind.

In Madden NFL 17, Falcons lead 17-10 which is 21-3 in reality heading into the second half. The final score ends up to be quite short. The patriots won 34-28 while Madden's prediction is 27-24. Nonetheless, Madden predicted almost the entire game including Tom Brady's last-minute turnaround which made Patriots bag Super Bowl LI.

"With under four minutes left to play, Brady and company returned to the field with their sights set on victory. They showed tremendous patience, riding short passes and the power run game to march the ball across midfield, but with less than two minutes to play, they knew they had to find the end zone. The Falcons defense, harangued by Brady and company all day, stiffened and forced the Pats into a 4th and 4 situations with only 20 seconds to go. With his Super Bowl legacy on the line, Brady turned to his most trusted receiver, hitting Julian Edelman for the game-winning touchdown and history is made," said EA Sports.

According to iDigital Trends, Tom Brady is the first-ever quarterback to win 5 Super Bowls. Very interesting isn't it? The Super Bowl is the annual championship game of the National Football League (NFL). Joining the festivities are the highest level of professional American Football players in the world.

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