The Madden NFL 21 simulation picks the Kansas Metropolis Chiefs to beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Tremendous Bowl LV

It’s not real yet, but in the virtual world, the Kansas City Chiefs are the repeat Super Bowl champions.

In Madden NFL 21’s official Superden LV simulation, the Chiefs beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (37-27) for their Lombardi trophy for the second straight year.

The chief’s quarterback Patrick Mahomes kicked off the fourth quarter with a 12-yard run, putting Kansas City 34:27 ahead. The Chiefs added a late field goal to explain the final lead.

The Madden simulation got the Super Bowl right last year and picked the Chiefs to beat the 49ers and Mahomes as MVPs. There was a two year streak of bad luck for the Madden Sim, who picked the Rams to beat the Patriots in Super Bowl LIII (New England won) and the Patriots to beat the Eagles in Super Bowl LII (the Eagles and Nick Foles were winners) this year).

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The Sim got it right for Super Bowl LI, picking New England to come from behind to beat the Hawks, but not nearly as far as the Patriots historic comeback from a 28-3 deficit.

Mahomes is the most valuable player in the game after completing 31 of 41 passes for 422 yards and four touchdowns – being named Super Bowl MVP for the second straight year. Mahomes threw touchdown passes to Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Travis Kelce and two to Tyreek Hill – including one for 63 yards.

The effort was just enough to hold off Tom Brady, who made 30 or 44 passes for 322 yards, three touchdowns and an interception. Brady threw touchdowns to Chris Godwin, Mike Evans and a fourth quarter pass to Rob Gronkowski to end the game between 27 and 27.

Tampa Bay scored their first goal in the Super Bowl sim with a field goal from Ryan Succop, but the game’s first touchdown was a 5-yard pass from Mahomes to Edwards-Helaire, who finished Kansas City with a 7 at the end of the first quarter: 3 took the lead.

There was more action in the second quarter when Brady Godwin scored for a 24-yard TD before Mahomes linked up with Hill for a score. Succop made another field goal, but the Chiefs were leading 14-13 at halftime.

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