For Super Bowl 50, the ever popular video game franchise Madden NFL 16 simulated what will go down between the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos. The final result is going against what the majority are predicting will take place.
On Super Bowl Sunday, two of the top teams of the NFL will face off to win a Vince Lombardi championship. It’s been a long and memorable season that saw many teams do their best to make it this far with only the best of the best left in a final showdown towards glory.
On one side, a red hot team in the Panthers are looking for their first ever championship in franchise history. Led by quarterback Cam Newton, they are a powerhouse of a team that are playing near perfect football in all aspects.
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On the other side, the Broncos have been here before but couldn’t get the job done.
They face a similar situation against a tough opponent, but with this possibly being the last game ever for quarterback Peyton Manning, he could put up his greatest performance straight to adding a second championship ring to his prolific career.
It promises to be a great game between two tough teams, but what was the final outcome when Madden NFL 16 simulated Super Bowl 50? Take a look below:
I actually believe the Broncos will pull the upset but I see how this game could come down to being a very close one. To have a final score of 24-20 seems realistic and one thing about Madden is that it’s rarely wrong when it comes to predictions.
Overall, Madden has predicted the final Super Bowl winner 9 out of 12 times. Last year, Madden eerily predicted the final score of Super Bowl XLIX which had the New England Patriots beat the Seattle Seahawks 28-24. If they’re correct yet again this time, it looks like history would be made for the Panthers in finally winning their first ever Super Bowl championship.