In the video game "Madden NFL 23" the Chiefs defeat the Eagles to win the National Football League championshi

The anticipation for Super Bowl LVII, which will be played at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona and will feature a matchup between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs, is only growing as we get closer and closer to the start of the game


The anticipation for Super Bowl LVII, which will be played at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona and will feature a matchup between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs, is only growing as we get closer and closer to the start of the game. In light of the fact that this game is anticipated to be of an epic nature, it is only natural that some impatience will build up; I can personally attest to this. If you are as impatient as I am to watch some football, then I have some good news for you in the form of a CBS Sports simulation of the upcoming Super Bowl LVII. You probably already know this if you've been paying attention to these simulations for the last few Super Bowls; they have a remarkable ability to predict the outcomes of the games. It correctly predicted the victory of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers over the Kansas City Chiefs the year before, and it correctly predicted the victory of the Los Angeles Rams over the Cincinnati Bengals in the previous season. Will it make a perfect score of three in a row this year? If you're a fan of the Eagles, you probably have this hope.

Because of this, the Chiefs cruised to a rather convincing 24-11 victory in the simulation of Madden NFL 23, giving Patrick Mahomes his second Super Bowl title. Mahomes was brilliant right out of the gate, assisting Kansas City in starting the night on a 14-0 run that featured the quarterback completing his first 14 passes, including a 12-for-12 run during those consecutive touchdown drives, and Mahomes was a major contributor to Kansas City's success. Following an initial three-and-out, Philadelphia did show some signs of life in the first half. Jalen Hurts was able to connect with DeVonta Smith for a 55-yard reception, which immediately put the Eagles within scoring range before the half. However, the Eagles were unable to score before the break. However, Kansas City's defense would hold strong and limit them to a field goal, allowing them to take a 14-3 lead into the halftime break. The Eagles were able to muster their strongest offensive effort against the Chiefs on the very first drive of the second half. A touchdown drive that was led by Hurts and ended with a score by Miles Sanders from the goal line covered 75 yards. Following a touchdown by Sanders, which brought the score to 14-9, Nick Sirianni elected to keep his offense on the field in order to attempt a two-point conversion and reduce the deficit to a field goal.

Once more, he put the fate of the club in the hands of Sanders, and Sanders was able to add two points to the board, bringing the score to 14-11 with the middle of the third quarter still to play. The subsequent drive that the Chiefs went on took 4 minutes and 46 seconds and 11 plays to complete. This was done on purpose by the Chiefs so that they could slow the tempo of the game down while Philadelphia was gaining steam. That drive was capped off by a touchdown pass from Mahomes to tight end Noah Gray, which extended the Chiefs' lead back to double digits, which made matters even worse for the Eagles and their hopes of mounting a comeback. The final blow was delivered by Philadelphia on the ensuing drive, when the offense bungled a screen pass, which led to a turnover and effectively ended the game. Hurts dropped back and threw the ball before his lineman or back could get out in space.


The ball rocketed off the back of Lane Johnson's helmet and was able to be picked off by Chiefs linebacker and Super Bowl LVII Most Valuable Player Nick Bolton at the 3:11 mark of the fourth quarter


- Hurts's pass was intercepted by the Chiefs

- Because of this, Kansas City was able to go on a drive to kick a field goal, which increased their lead to 13 and put them in a position to win

- However, there was a brief sense that the Eagles could work some late-game magic, particularly after Hurts ripped off a 53-yard run that put the Philadelphia offense on the 1-yard line with less than a minute to play in regulation

- This was the moment that heightened the sense that the Eagles could pull off some late-game magic

- If they were able to score there in a short amount of time, then an onside kick would be in play, right

- Hurts was eventually intercepted by safety Bryan Cook at the goal line, which effectively ended the game for Kansas City and prevented us from finding out what would have happened next

- During the victory, Mahomes had a completion percentage of 19 out of 20 and threw for 158 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception

Isiah Pacheco had 11 carries, which he used to gain 61 yards and score a touchdown. While this was going on, the Most Valuable Player of the Super Bowl, Nick Bolton, had six total tackles and that clutch interception on Hurts to end any hopes of a comeback.