The Madden Super Bowl Prediction Was Very Wrong This Year, But So Were A Lot Of People


EA’s Madden NFL 21 Super Bowl 55 simulation predicted that the Kansas City Chiefs would defeat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers by a score of 37-27, with KC taking home their second straight Super Bowl title and Patrick Mahomes earning another Super Bowl MVP ring.

In reality, though? That’s not even close to what happened on the field on Sunday night in Tampa Bay.

In an upset and a scoreline that few would have predicted, the Bucs beat the Chiefs by a score of 31-9 to win the Super Bowl, giving Tom Brady his 7th Super Bowl ring and further cementing his legacy as one of the great quarterbacks of all time.

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