Make Your Own Madden NFL Super Bowl Predictions Now

Posted: Feb 2 2016, 8:24am CST | by , in News | Super Bowl


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Official Madden NFL 16 Super Bowl Prediction
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The official Madden NFL 2016 Super Bowl predicts that Carolina Panthers will emerge as the NFL Champion this season, defeating the Denver Broncos 24-20. But that is not all about the predictions, you can also make yours at the Madden NFL 16 Super Bowl Prediction Hub and then share your supposed outcome with the hashtag #MyMaddenPrediction.

One of the most accurately and widely celebrated game predictions in the world, the Madden NFL Super Bowl has become a veritable tool where fans can predict the outcome of championships from a given platform.

Out of the 12 last championships, the Madden NFL Super Bowl prediction accurately called nine. And last year, the predictions had it that Tom Brady would be awarded the Super Bowl MVP award; and New England get atop a 10-point 3rd quarter deficit; while Julian Edelman scored the deciding touchdown. All these came true as the final score was also correctly predicted.

According to news released Electronics Arts Inc., “EA Access members can get even more football action starting tomorrow, when Madden NFL 16 enters The Vault, a growing collection of great EA games like Battlefield 4™, Dragon Age™: Inquisition and EA SPORTS™ FIFA 15 that members can play as much as they want.

“Players will have access to the full game, and can enjoy popular features like the new playmaker controls for receivers, defenders and quarterbacks, as well as a whole new way to play Madden NFL with Draft Champions. EA Access members also receive a 10% discount on all EA digital purchases on Xbox One, including Madden Ultimate Team points, pre-orders, and full games.”

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/52" rel="author">Charles I. Omedo</a>
Charles is covering the latest discoveries in science and health as well as new developments in technology. He is the Chief Editor or Intel-News.




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