The videogame Madden NFL 22 of Electronic Arts predicted that the Cincinnati Bengals will win Super Bowl LVI by defeating the LA Rams 24-21 at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles.
The video game prediction Madden NFL It has become a tradition prior to the game of the year, and it is that the popular EA football video game has an accurate history of predictions, having hit nine of the last 12 Super Bowl games.
According to the simulation, Joe Borrow, the young quarterback of the Cincinnati Bengals, will be the star of the game, connecting three touchdown passes and commanding an offense that will allow a field goal to prevail over the favorites, the Los Angeles Rams.
“For his leadership and performance, Burrow was awarded the coveted title of Super Bowl MVP in just his second year in the league, becoming the first QB to win the Heisman Trophy, the College Football National Championship and the Super Bowl.” Electronic Arts highlighted in a statement.
In the prediction, the Bengals trailed 14-7 at halftime, with the Rams scoring twice through running back Sony Michel and hit receiver Cooper Kupp.
However, the Bengals responded through Ja’Marr Chase by only one touchdown. Early in the second half, Cincinnati’s defense raised his hand through the corner Eli Apple intercepting Matthew Stafford, to drive the ball into the end zone and tie the game.
Joe Burrow took the lead starting the fourth quarter with a touchdown pass to Tee Higgins, but Los Angeles responded quickly with an Odell Beckham Jr. TD to even the score. In the final minutes, Burrow put his team within field goal distance giving Evan McPherson another chance to get on the field to kick the decisive FG, securing a historic win for the Bengals franchise.
Could it be that on Sunday, February 13, we will see such a close and spectacular game?