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Madden 16 simulation crowns Carolina Panthers as Super Bowl champions

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For over a week and a half now, everyone in the football world has been asking one question, which team will win Super Bowl 50?

It will pit a veteran quarterback against a young one, a great defense versus another great defense and two former Super Bowl champion franchises against each other.

Another correct prediction?

While everyone has an opinion on who will emerge victorious when the Denver Broncos take on the Carolina Panthers, one source has made it's prediction very clear.


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The annual video Game Madden has produced 12 Super Bowl predictions and has been right nine times already.

It's most notable prediction came last year when it correctly picked the exact score and winning touchdown scorer in Super Bowl XLIX.

This year's game is expected to be a defensive battle but the simulation focuses very much, on the offensive side of the ball.

EA Sports is clearly predicting a dominant Panthers win with them going 10-0 after the first quarter and being up 17-0 at the half.

With a final score of 20-17, if the video game is correct, it would be just the second time this season that the Panthers would score 20 points or less.

Including touchdowns for Greg Olsen, Emmanuel Sanders and DeMaryius Thomas, the game predicts that it will come down to a rushing touchdown from quarterback Cam Newton.

Newton running in the winning touchdown would certainly be a fitting end to the Panthers season and he will surely be hoping that it is how the game ends.

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