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SportMadden NFL's Official Simulation Predicts Rams Win vs. Patriots in Super Bowl LIII

20:20  28 january  2019
20:20  28 january  2019 Source:   si.com

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Madden NFL's Official Simulation Predicts Rams Win vs. Patriots in Super Bowl LIII© Photo by Jesse Grant/Getty Images for NFL PLAYERS Madden simulation predicts rams win

Super Bowl week is finally here and Madden NFL's official pick is in.

In its annual simulation prediction, EA Sports's Madden is predicting a Los Angeles Rams 27–24 upset win over Tom Brady and the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LIII.

Aaron Donald was key to Los Angeles's virtual victory and sacked Brady four times en route to Super Bowl MVP honors.

In this Super Bowl simulation, the Patriots jumped to an early 17–3 halftime lead before failing to stop the Rams' high-powered offense in the second half. A late touchdown from running back Todd Gurley helped give Los Angeles the win.

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Madden NFL predicted the Patriots would rally late in the fourth quarter of last year’ s Super Bowl , including overcoming a 10-point deficit in The simulation also missed Jones scoring a touchdown. In predicting Sunday’ s game, the Madden NFL 18 simulation predicts the Eagles take an early lead

EA Sports has released their annual Super Bowl simulation , predicting the New England Patriots will win Super Bowl LII over the Philadelphia Eagles 24-20. The Patriots earn their sixth title and Madden NFL 18 cover star Tom Brady will walk away with the Super Bowl MVP yet again from a stellar

Last year, Madden's simulation predicted a Patriots win over Nick Foles and the Philadelphia Eagles, which only to be proved wrong when the Eagles won 41–33 in Super Bowl LII.

Madden has correctly predicted the Patriots' Super Bowl outcomes in three of four trips since the simulations began nearly a decade ago. It has been correct five of nine times overall.

The Rams and Patriots will meet on Sunday, Feb. 3. Kickoff is slated at 6:30 p.m. ET.

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Madden NFL's Official Simulation Predicts Rams Win vs. Patriots in Super Bowl LIII

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