The NFL video game, Madden 2012, has produced a simulation of Super Bowl 2012 between the New York Giants and New England Patriots and its posted on YouTube. And according to its predictions, the Patriots, who are currently 3-point favorites, and Giants are going to end the game with a final score of 27-24 and create a push for degenerate gamblers everywhere.
Madden NFL 12 - Super Bowl XLVI Sim - Patriots vs Giants (via EASPORTS)
To be honest, its just a bad luck that the Giants earn a 24-10 advantage heading in the third quarter, but can't hang on because Patriots' tight end Aaron Hernandez is really good and New York quarterback Eli Manning somehow throws a pick in the early stages of becoming immortal -- really Eli? There was nobody there!! How do you throw that pass?!?!!?
Luckily, if you're a Giants fan, who laid some big bucks down, you leave the Super Bowl with no positive-money margin but instead your fourth title and second big-game victory over New England.
However, if you're a Pats fan and laid down some dough, well, this is just not your day.
All-in-all, at the end of the day, when push comes to shove, when the fat lady sings, we've all learned a solid lesson here: A) don't rely on Madden simulations to wager large sums of money; and B) don't bet on something you have no control over!
Good luck to all the degenerate gamblers out there!
For more on Super Bowl 2012, check out the SB Nation New York StoryStream. For everything on the Giants, visit the SB Nation blog Big Blue View, while Pats Pulpit has everything on the New England Patriots.