Every season, EA Sports has released Mut 22 coins the results of its Madden Super Bowl simulation as well this time, the pro football game believes this year's Cincinnati Bengals will upset the Los Angeles Rams in a thrilling and thrilling game that comes down to the last play.
According to the model it appears that the Bengals are trailing the Rams at the halftime break by 14-7 before Bengals corner Eli Apple picks off Rams QB Matthew Stafford for a pick-six to win the game by an extra point. Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow then connects with Tee Higgins in the fourth quarter, giving the Bengals the edge, until Stafford gets Odell Beckham Jr. for a touchdown that will tie the game once again.
For the final game of the day, Burrow together with players from the Bengals move the ball down the field far enough to give player Evan McPherson a chance to win the game. McPherson doesn't fail to make it. The Bengals won by a score of 24-21. Burrow makes history as the only QB to be a part of winning the Heisman, College Football National Championship as well as in the Super Bowl, at least when this scenario comes to fruition.
Electronic Arts' Madden Super Bowl Madden 22 coins predictions have a long history of being completely accurate, yet off the mark. Last year the game's prediction was quite, very incorrect. Head to the EA Sports blog to see the full breakdown of Super Bowl LVI, as predicted by Madden.