Madden NFL 10 Picks Saints Over Colts 35-31 + A Super Bowl Poll

EA Sports did its annual Madden NFL Super Bowl simulation and had the New Orleans Saints beating the Indianapolis Colts 35 to 31. Here’s a snippet from the official press release:

The first three quarters display the offensive fireworks that both teams have become known for, with the Colts leading 24-21. A nail biting fourth quarter begins with a big play, courtesy of the Saints’ special teams, when Reggie Bush returns a punt for a 42-yard touchdown. However, with minutes left in the game the duo of Joseph Addai and Peyton Manning put the Colts back on top with a go-ahead touchdown pass. With the game hanging in the balance, Drew Brees hits David Thomas for an 11-yard touchdown and the game winning score. Drew Brees takes home MVP honors as the Saints earn their first Super Bowl Championship title in the franchise’s 46 year history.

What do you think of Madden NFL 10’s prediction? While I’m at it, what’s your Super Bowl XLIV prediction? It’s poll time!

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Author: RPadTV

19 thoughts on “Madden NFL 10 Picks Saints Over Colts 35-31 + A Super Bowl Poll”

  1. My heart says Saints, but my head says Colts.

    Besides, as a Giant's fan, I need the Colts to win to maintain the pattern that assures my team's Championship next year.

    2005: Steelers

    2006: Colts

    2007: Giants

    2008: Steelers

    2009: Cols vs Saints (need Colts win to maintain pattern)

    All this leads to a 2010 Super Bowl championship for my G-Men!!

    Yeah, I know how thin this logic is, but being a football fan is a form of masochism.

  2. Saints win this game hands down. I don't think Indy can keep pace with Drew this Sunday.


    what did your head tell you when Gmen played NE or when Tampa played a stacked Raiders team? Hehe.

  3. Ha. Your Mom! She would dominate, which is why she is stuck in Arena Football. Too big for the pros! Where's my chunky soup?!?

  4. @Smartguy: They were going up against their former coach who knew all the personnel and had the best defense in the league. Picking Tampa was a no brainer that year.

  5. @ The Raiders that year

    Their whole strategy was "kill the QB early". They injured like 12 starting QB's that year.

  6. @Nightshade

    not saying the bucs didn't have a chance but Oakland had at least a half dozen hall of gamers that year. They were stacked man.

    Geaux Saints!!

  7. Roch Gannon got hurt in '04 and was forced to retire. Bill Romanowski attacked one of his teamates in '03 and retired at the end of the year. Charles Woodson left for the Packers in '06.

  8. @Smartguy: I expected the Raiders to lose that game. Everybody forgets that Tampa had a better record than Oakland in 2002 and that they gave up less than 200 points on the year.

    As for the Pats, I saw the Giants give them all they could handle the last week of the season that year. The Giant’s may have been 10-6 that year, but after they opened up the season against Dallas & Green Bay in horrible fashion, they were were not the same team. It was obvious to anyone who actually watched the games that they had just as good a chance of winning the NFC as either Green Bay or Dallas, and that they matched up very well with New England. I didn’t know if they’d win, but they had as good a shot as anyone.

  9. Go colts!! I'm hoping they pull off the win, but i think it will be a good game to watch. I'm looking to see a competetitive and even matchup throughout most of the night.

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