EA Sports has released the results of its simulation. The Patriots will come from behind within the final minute to defeat the Falcons 27-24, as outlined by the simulation. Tom Brady connects to Julian Edelman for the game-winning TD. Here's to hoping the actual game is this fascinating.
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Football fans have to wait until Sunday to discover who will win Super Bowl LI. But what team does EA's Madden game assume will win? The developer will announce the results of its annual Madden Super Bowl simulation these days, crowning either the New England Patriots or Atlanta Falcons the champions.
The developer will use Madden NFL 17 to simulate the game, utilizing up-to-date rosters, in the end determining a final score. We really should also understand who the MVP is, among other items. We'll update this post together with the outcomes of the simulation as quickly as they are announced.

Last year, the Madden Super Bowl simulation got it wrong, choosing the Carolina Panthers to win, when in reality it was the Denver Broncos who emerged victorious. A year ahead of that, however, the simulation picked the Patriots to beat the Seahawks 28-24--and that is precisely what occurred.

Super Bowl LI takes location on Sunday, February six, in Houston, Texas. The Patriots are three-point favorites, though the over/under is 58.5; that's the highest-ever for any Super Bowl.

We're expecting a lot of new movie trailers to air through the huge game, and we'll round them up in a post here on GameSpot so you are able to watch them all in one location.