ESPN Simulated The Entire NFL Season And Here’s Their Super Bowl...
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Prior to the NFL kicking off their season this Thursday, ESPN did a simulation of the entire season and ended up with this Super Bowl outcome. Per ESPN.com...
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Chiefs 42, Cowboys 17

It’s a repeat! The Chiefs blow out the Cowboys in a lopsided Super Bowl, and it’s time to talk full-on dynasty in Kansas City. Mahomes drops four touchdowns and, to no one’s surprise, wins Super Bowl MVP again. The Cowboys’ offense sputters out in the end, and Ezekiel Elliott is held under 50 rushing yards after Dallas falls behind quickly. Andy Reid, once thought of as a coach who couldn’t win the big one, has secured his place as one of the greats in NFL history.
This is the entire season simulated.

(The Spun)
Filed Under: NFL
Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

Comments

6 Comments
Slow news day.
Reply3 months
That was actually a fun read.
Reply3 months
{yawn}
Reply3 months
Brady not putting those numbers up. And they’re not going to the nfc championship. Cowboys sure as frick not going to the super bowl.
Reply3 months
If no one watches it does it really count?
Reply3 months
OK, great, now we can just wait for the movie to come!
Reply3 months
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