Super Bowl didn’t go well for EA Sports

Last Sunday did not end well for Madden NFL 21 – the computer simulation from EA Sports that has been right more often than wrong in projecting the past 17 Super Bowls. The official game enactment by EA Sports had the Kansas City Chiefs would becoming back-to-back champions, defeating the Tampa Bay […]

Super Bowl didn’t go well for EA Sports

Last Sunday did not end well for Madden NFL 21 – the computer simulation from EA Sports that has been right more often than wrong in projecting the past 17 Super Bowls.

The official game enactment by EA Sports had the Kansas City Chiefs would becoming back-to-back champions, defeating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 37-27 – with the Chiefs’ 10-point margin coming near the end of the fourth quarter.

In reality, the fourth quarter was scoreless. Super Bowl LV ended without the losing Chiefs scoring a touchdown, 31-9.

More:Gadget Daddy: Madden NFL video game picks the Chiefs to win the Super Bowl

The computer program can take some consolation: Six NFL experts from the Sporting News were unanimous in picking the Chiefs. And last year, Madden got it right by picking the Chiefs to win with a fourth-quarter comeback over the San Francisco 49ers.

Also last year, Madden imitated reality by making Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes the most valuable player. And it predicted Damien Williams and Travis Kelce would be responsible for touchdowns.

More:Gadget Daddy: Madden NFL season simulator predicted a Chiefs vs. Bears Super Bowl matchup

On Sunday, things started to turn badly for Madden’s projections about five minutes into the real Super Bowl. Kansas City scored first with a field goal. Madden had Tampa Bay making the first score with a field goal and Mahomes following “quickly with a 5-yard touchdown pass to running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire.”

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