It should be a classic battle in Super Bowl 57 as the top seeds in their respective conferences meet for the coveted Lombardi Trophy.
But don’t be surprised if the Philadelphia Eagles end up having their way with the Kansas City Chiefs.
According to the official Super Bowl simulation on EA Sports’ popular video game, Madden NFL 23, the Eagles will soon be celebrating their second championship in the past six seasons.
Game MVP Jalen Hurts threw for 282 yards and two touchdowns – with an additional 88 yards and another score on the ground – to lead Philadelphia to a 31-17 simulated victory over Kansas City.
Hurts got the Eagles on the board with a 9-yard TD run in the opening quarter, then connected in the third quarter with wide receiver A.J. Brown for a 26-yard score and with DeVonta Smith on a 63-yard bomb to turn a 10-10 halftime tie into a relatively easy win.
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The Chiefs briefly had the lead on a 4-yard touchdown pass from Patrick Mahomes to Travis Kelce in the first quarter. But that was about all the Chiefs could muster as the Eagles held Mahomes to 249 yards passing for the game.
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