Good news, Chiefs fans. Madden NFL 21 is predicting that the Kansas City Chiefs will win Super Bowl LV over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Electronic Arts says that the game predicted a 37 to 27 victory for Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs over Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. There is good news for Bucs fans though. Madden NFL 20 incorrectly predicted that the San Francisco 49ers would win last year. And with Tom Brady leading your team, anything is possible.
According to EA’s Super Bowl simulation:
The Chiefs had an uphill battle with Tampa Bay having an unprecedented home-field advantage at Raymond James Stadium and a roster with three previous Madden NFL cover stars, Rob Gronkowski (‘17), Brady (‘18) and Antonio Brown (‘19). To win, the Chiefs high-powered offense had to go all out battling back and forth with the equally electric Tampa Bay offense, with both teams taking to the air early and often throughout the game.
Kansas City’s relentless attack ultimately proves to be too much for Tampa Bay, and Mahomes’ mobility is the standout factor, avoiding Tampa Bay’s pass rush late in the game to pull away for the victory. Both starting quarterbacks put up stellar performances with Mahomes throwing for 422 yards and four touchdowns, cementing his second MVP title, and Brady throwing for 332 yards, three touchdowns and one interception.
I’ll never bet against Tom Brady. Just sayin’!