When it comes to watching NFL football the biggest game is of course the Super Bowl. Trying to make Super Bowl 2015 predictions isn’t easy, but we have one for you below. This years big game is only a few days away, set to kick off on Sunday February 1st, as the New England Patriots take on the Seattle Seahawks at 3:30 PM PT. Today though, a few days ahead of Super Bowl 49 Electronic Arts has released its official Super Bowl 2015 Predictions video.
Every year the popular console game Madden is enjoyed by millions and millions of players who simulate the Super Bowl in an attempt to see who will be victorious and take home the trophy, and that includes Electronic Arts themselves. Each year they do one massive prediction game hoping to simulate who will be the winner.
The experts over at Madden have accurately predicted the winner of the Super Bowl multiple times. In fact, they’ve gone 8-2 over the past 10 years. Picking the correct winner eight out of the past 10 years. That’s pretty good odds, and they’ve just released their official 2015 Super Bowl Predictions video for your viewing pleasure below.
Madden 15 has been one of the most popular games for both the Xbox One and PS4 since being released last year in August, and even though it had its share of problems and glitches, it’s still extremely fun to play. Above you can find our link with 21 tips and tricks to become a better virtual ball player, but what you’re all here for is the Super Bowl 2015 predictions.
This year the folks from Electronic Arts have gathered all the data they need, inserted whatever magic they have that lets them accurately pick the winner 8 of the past 10 years, and just released the video for those interested. If you’d rather not spoil the big game you may not want to watch it, because they have a pretty good track record. That said, the EA Sports Madden 15 gods have spoken, and here is who will be the NFL Champions and bring home the Super Bowl 2015 trophy.
The game starts off with a 21-yard touchdown pass from Tom Brady, but that is quickly followed up by some strong running from Marshawn Lynch who gets the Seahawks in field goal range to make the score 7-3 with the Patriots in the lead. After a few turnovers from Tom Brady, who probably isn’t throwing very accurate due to fully inflated footballs, the Seahawks take a commanding lead by the end of the first half.
As the 3rd quarter progresses things are looking pretty bad for the Patriots, as the Seattle Seahawks run and pass all over the Patriots defense while also having some strong D of their own and sack Brady multiple times. However, the Patriots have Tom Brady, the comeback king, Gronk, and a few extremely fast and skilled athletes that are able to keep the game manageable and not let that scoreboard get out of control.
In Super Bowl 49 (2015) the game ends up coming down to the wire after an impressive interception by Darrelle Revis for the Patriots, who then manage to have a strong fourth quarter comeback after a completion to WR Julian Edelman. After the catch he speeds past one of the fastest corners in the league and dives for a game winning touchdown.
The Patriots Win, the Patriots Win! According to EA Sports and their Madden 15 predictions video the New England Patriots defeat the Seahawks with a score of 28-24 thanks to an MVP performance from Tom Brady who they claim will pass for nearly 335 yards and rack up four touchdown passes.
Surely this will be one of the best Super Bowl games in recent years thanks to having one of the best quarterbacks in the league (one who’s under scrituny for messing with the PSI of footballs) along with arguably one of the toughest defensive units in all of football. It should be a great game with excellent plays, a nice Katy Perry halftime show, then a strong performance from both teams with the Patriots taking home the trophy.
That’s it. Remember, EA Sports has accurately picked the winner 8 of the past 10 years, so this will be one game you won’t want to miss. Who do you think will win the Super Bowl?
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