Chicago Bears: Madden 21 simulation for Week 17 versus Packers
Madden predicts the Chicago Bears final 2020 regular-season matchup
This Sunday there will be a game that is deciding whether the Chicago Bears will be in the playoffs this season. Even though the Packers are a great team, how awesome is it a game with this much on the line for both teams ends up being between one of the biggest rivalries in all of sports? For some, this game could be welcomed with everything going on in our world. As a Chicago Bears fan, I am super hyped for this game. This is what Bears fans live for.
We simulated this game in Madden 21 to see a possible outcome. The result would disagree with most predictions, having the Chicago Bears beating the Packers, with a score of 28-24. Let us all hope this is the result on Sunday and that the Bears secure their spot in the playoffs. This was a tight game the whole way through, and the Bears were able to edge the Packers by scoring 14 points in the fourth quarter while Green Bay scored none. Here are some key stats from the game.
- Mitchell Trubisky – 29/40, 321 yards, three touchdowns, one interception, four carries, 30 yards.
- David Montgomery – 18 carries, 89 yards, one touchdown, five catches, 36 yards, one touchdown
- Allen Robinson – 11 catches, 131 yards, one touchdown
- Darnell Mooney – five catches, 72 yards, one touchdown
- Cole Kmet – three catches, 58 yards
- Roquan Smith – twelve tackles, one sack, three tackles for loss
- Khalil Mack – five tackles, two sacks, one tackle for loss
- Danny Trevathan – nine tackles, two sacks
- Eddie Jackson – seven tackles, one interception
Green Bay Packers:
- Aaron Rodgers – 28/34 completions, two touchdowns, one interception, two rushes, 18 yards
- Aaron Jones – 17 carries, 48 yards, three catches, 17 yards
- Davonte Adams – eight catches, 109 yards, one touchdown
- Robert Tonyan – six catches, 80 yards, one touchdown
- Allen Lazard – five catches, 46 yards
- Adrian Amos – seven tackles, one interception
- Jaire Alexander – nine tackles, one tackle for loss
- Preston Smith – two tackles, two sacks, one tackle for loss
- Kenny Clark – three tackles, one sack, three tackles for loss
The Bears were able to do just enough in the simulation to outscore the Green Bay Packers. They found great efforts from Mitchell Trubisky, David Montgomery, Allen Robinson, and Cole Kmet. Their defense also was good enough to hold Green Bay to only 24 points. The Packers are a top-three offense this year and to be able to hold them to only 24 could go a long way in helping the Bears to beat them this week.
The Madden 21 simulation has been off and on this year, so let’s hope this week they were on. This game not only means so much for the fans, but this game will decide a direction for their offseason moves. If Madden 21 ever needs to be right, it is for this game. It will be a legendary one no doubt.