Every year prior to the Super Bowl, Electronic Arts run a simulation using their most recent Madden
game to see who will win the big game. This year, the Steelers beat the Seahawks 24-19 with a great defensive effort limiting the MVP running back Shaun Alexander to 70 yards and sacking QB Matt Hasselbeck 4 times. Meanwhile, the Steelers offense did enough to win the game behind Super Bowl MVP Jerome Bettis' two TDs and 40 yards rushing. I'll update you on Monday to see how accurate this simulation turns out to be.
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Bolstered by a tough defensive effort that limited NFL MVP Shaun Alexander to just 70 yards rushing and sacked Seattle quarterback Matt Hasselbeck four times, the Pittsburgh Steelers won their fifth overall Super Bowl championship in a game simulated by EA SPORTS, downing the Seahawks 24-19 in a preview of what might happen in Super Bowl XL.