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02-02-2015, 05:52 PM
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RE: Madden Game completely predicted Superbowl Game
https://www.yahoo.com/tech/madden-15-per...58169.html

Quote:Someone might want to check the offices of EA Sports for a time machine.

Last week, the game maker simulated Super Bowl XLIX using their latest Madden video game, just as they’ve done every year for more than a decade.

But this time, they nailed it. Really nailed it.

Not only did Madden NFL 15 accurately predict that the New England Patriots would mount a last minute comeback to defeat the Seattle Seahawks by a score of 28-24, it even foresaw Tom Brady’s fourth-quarter game-winning pass to Julian Edelman.

And that was just the tip of the prognostication iceberg.

Madden predicted New England would score first in the game. It predicted Tom Brady would take home the MVP trophy. It was 27 yards off Brady’s total passing yardage (355 vs. 328) and got his total touchdowns (4). It was only 3 yards and 1 catch away from perfectly calling Julian Edelman’s entire game.

About the only thing it didn’t foresee was Seattle’s bone-headed decision to pass to Ricardo Lockette instead of feeding the Beast and letting Marshawn Lynch try rumbling over the goal line. That and the dancing sharks.

The incredible accuracy of this year’s simulation more than makes up for last year, when Madden completely blew the call. It favored the Broncos over the Seahawks in a 31-28 victory, a 38-point swing from Seattle real-life 43-8 win.

But credit where credit is due. In the 12 years EA has using Madden to predict Super Bowls, it’s run up an impressive 9-3 record. Before Sunday night, its closest call came in 2009, when it was within one point of the final score of Super Bowl XLIII and predicted the exact yardage of Steelers receiver Santonio Holmes.

Here’s how the game’s fared over the years:

- Super Bowl XLIX - NAILED IT!
Madden: Patriots, 28, Seahawks, 24
Actual: Patriots, 28, Seahawks, 24

- Super Bowl XLVIII - WRONG
Madden: Broncos, 31, Seahawks, 28
Actual: Seahawks 43, Broncos, 8

- Super Bowl XLVII - CORRECT
Madden: Ravens, 27, 49ers, 24
Actual: Ravens, 34, 49ers, 31

- Super Bowl XLVI - CORRECT
Madden: Giants, 27, Patriots, 24
Actual: Giants, 21, Patriots, 17

----

While the prediction of Madden may seem incredible. When you take everything into account, rather than looking at it as a snapshot like you guys are. All of a sudden it's not as incredible anymore.

When did it become ok to not do any research on this site? It took me all of 2 minutes to look into this. It seems that we have become lazy (I include myself in this, I have been drawn in by things I've seen). Rather than posting one view I think we should try and get a fuller picture and present things as a kind of case study. It is only through doing this that we can really describe ourselves as freethinkers.

We need to get back to the days when we would rigorously deconstruct theories and test them out; rather than reading something that matches what we want to believe and posting it. If we follow my methodology I think this site will become the premier site on the Internet for the breakdown of theories.
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02-02-2015, 05:53 PM
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it's not a new concept. the romans had bread and circuses to be used as diversions to control the populace.

football plays pretty much the same function.

football, U FIGHT CHEAP etc. etc.
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02-02-2015, 05:55 PM
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(02-02-2015 05:52 PM)Benwahwah Wrote:  https://www.yahoo.com/tech/madden-15-per...58169.html

Quote:Someone might want to check the offices of EA Sports for a time machine.

Last week, the game maker simulated Super Bowl XLIX using their latest Madden video game, just as they’ve done every year for more than a decade.

But this time, they nailed it. Really nailed it.

Not only did Madden NFL 15 accurately predict that the New England Patriots would mount a last minute comeback to defeat the Seattle Seahawks by a score of 28-24, it even foresaw Tom Brady’s fourth-quarter game-winning pass to Julian Edelman.

And that was just the tip of the prognostication iceberg.

Madden predicted New England would score first in the game. It predicted Tom Brady would take home the MVP trophy. It was 27 yards off Brady’s total passing yardage (355 vs. 328) and got his total touchdowns (4). It was only 3 yards and 1 catch away from perfectly calling Julian Edelman’s entire game.

About the only thing it didn’t foresee was Seattle’s bone-headed decision to pass to Ricardo Lockette instead of feeding the Beast and letting Marshawn Lynch try rumbling over the goal line. That and the dancing sharks.

The incredible accuracy of this year’s simulation more than makes up for last year, when Madden completely blew the call. It favored the Broncos over the Seahawks in a 31-28 victory, a 38-point swing from Seattle real-life 43-8 win.

But credit where credit is due. In the 12 years EA has using Madden to predict Super Bowls, it’s run up an impressive 9-3 record. Before Sunday night, its closest call came in 2009, when it was within one point of the final score of Super Bowl XLIII and predicted the exact yardage of Steelers receiver Santonio Holmes.

Here’s how the game’s fared over the years:

- Super Bowl XLIX - NAILED IT!
Madden: Patriots, 28, Seahawks, 24
Actual: Patriots, 28, Seahawks, 24

- Super Bowl XLVIII - WRONG
Madden: Broncos, 31, Seahawks, 28
Actual: Seahawks 43, Broncos, 8

- Super Bowl XLVII - CORRECT
Madden: Ravens, 27, 49ers, 24
Actual: Ravens, 34, 49ers, 31

- Super Bowl XLVI - CORRECT
Madden: Giants, 27, Patriots, 24
Actual: Giants, 21, Patriots, 17

----

While the prediction of Madden may seem incredible. When you take everything into account, rather than looking at it as a snapshot like you guys are. All of a sudden it's not as incredible anymore.

When did it become ok to not do any research on this site? It took me all of 2 minutes to look into this. It seems that we have become lazy (I include myself in this, I have been drawn in by things I've seen). Rather than posting one view I think we should try and get a fuller picture and present things as a kind of case study. It is only through doing this that we can really describe ourselves as freethinkers.

We need to get back to the days when we would rigorously deconstruct theories and test them out; rather than reading something that matches what we want to believe and posting it. If we follow my methodology I think this site will become the premier site on the Internet for the breakdown of theories.

it is incredible. they got the right final score + the score in the 3rd quarter.

the chances of that are astronomically low.

then add the inexplicable play call and you have a good case for a rigged game.

The NFL is a huge corporation and franchise. This would be the equivalent of cooking the books. it's not really that amazing if you think about it.

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02-02-2015, 05:59 PM
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RE: Madden Game completely predicted Superbowl Game
(02-02-2015 05:52 PM)Benwahwah Wrote:  https://www.yahoo.com/tech/madden-15-per...58169.html

Quote:Someone might want to check the offices of EA Sports for a time machine.

Last week, the game maker simulated Super Bowl XLIX using their latest Madden video game, just as they’ve done every year for more than a decade.

But this time, they nailed it. Really nailed it.

Not only did Madden NFL 15 accurately predict that the New England Patriots would mount a last minute comeback to defeat the Seattle Seahawks by a score of 28-24, it even foresaw Tom Brady’s fourth-quarter game-winning pass to Julian Edelman.

And that was just the tip of the prognostication iceberg.

Madden predicted New England would score first in the game. It predicted Tom Brady would take home the MVP trophy. It was 27 yards off Brady’s total passing yardage (355 vs. 328) and got his total touchdowns (4). It was only 3 yards and 1 catch away from perfectly calling Julian Edelman’s entire game.

About the only thing it didn’t foresee was Seattle’s bone-headed decision to pass to Ricardo Lockette instead of feeding the Beast and letting Marshawn Lynch try rumbling over the goal line. That and the dancing sharks.

The incredible accuracy of this year’s simulation more than makes up for last year, when Madden completely blew the call. It favored the Broncos over the Seahawks in a 31-28 victory, a 38-point swing from Seattle real-life 43-8 win.

But credit where credit is due. In the 12 years EA has using Madden to predict Super Bowls, it’s run up an impressive 9-3 record. Before Sunday night, its closest call came in 2009, when it was within one point of the final score of Super Bowl XLIII and predicted the exact yardage of Steelers receiver Santonio Holmes.

Here’s how the game’s fared over the years:

- Super Bowl XLIX - NAILED IT!
Madden: Patriots, 28, Seahawks, 24
Actual: Patriots, 28, Seahawks, 24

- Super Bowl XLVIII - WRONG
Madden: Broncos, 31, Seahawks, 28
Actual: Seahawks 43, Broncos, 8

- Super Bowl XLVII - CORRECT
Madden: Ravens, 27, 49ers, 24
Actual: Ravens, 34, 49ers, 31

- Super Bowl XLVI - CORRECT
Madden: Giants, 27, Patriots, 24
Actual: Giants, 21, Patriots, 17

----

While the prediction of Madden may seem incredible. When you take everything into account, rather than looking at it as a snapshot like you guys are. All of a sudden it's not as incredible anymore.

When did it become ok to not do any research on this site? It took me all of 2 minutes to look into this. It seems that we have become lazy (I include myself in this, I have been drawn in by things I've seen). Rather than posting one view I think we should try and get a fuller picture and present things as a kind of case study. It is only through doing this that we can really describe ourselves as freethinkers.

We need to get back to the days when we would rigorously deconstruct theories and test them out; rather than reading something that matches what we want to believe and posting it. If we follow my methodology I think this site will become the premier site on the Internet for the breakdown of theories.

Great post ben. always good to see it come from a Neutral like yourself or Devil's Advocate or Fugazi.

This is what I posted in the other thread before reading that.

Quote:Who freaking cares about about a 24 -28 score? thats a common scoreline against two evenly matched teams. I don't know the vegas spread but I bet it reflected that same score. It's not like last year and they predicted 42 -8 (with a rare safety) or whatever it was which as my dawg winnson would say would be "kooky" like Sandy Hook.

I guarantee thousands of people predicted that score dude. 4 td and 3 td and a field goal.
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02-02-2015, 06:06 PM
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(02-02-2015 05:55 PM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  it is incredible. they got the right final score + the score in the 3rd quarter.

the chances of that are astronomically low.

then add the inexplicable play call and you have a good case for a rigged game.

The NFL is a huge corporation and franchise. This would be the equivalent of cooking the books. it's not really that amazing if you think about it.

What about last years prediction? Rather than looking at this on a micro level you need to look at it in context. Yes this year it got it amazingly right, but in previous years Madden has either got it very wrong (like last year) or got the winner right, but not the scores.

Plus, why would the NWO or some power structure like that fix a sports game? It doesn't make any sense to me.

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02-02-2015, 06:15 PM
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(02-02-2015 05:53 PM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  it's Norcross of concept. the romans had bread and circuses to be used as diversions to control the populace.

football plays pretty much the same function.

football, U FIGHT CHEAP etc. etc.
Yep thats talked about in the vid.wasn't even a secret.theres records of meetings where they openly agreed to divert attention towards the colisseum and sucj in order to divert attention from their world which was crumbling around them

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02-02-2015, 06:18 PM
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(02-02-2015 06:06 PM)Benwahwah Wrote:  
(02-02-2015 05:55 PM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  it is incredible. they got the right final score + the score in the 3rd quarter.

the chances of that are astronomically low.

then add the inexplicable play call and you have a good case for a rigged game.

The NFL is a huge corporation and franchise. This would be the equivalent of cooking the books. it's not really that amazing if you think about it.

What about last years prediction? Rather than looking at this on a micro level you need to look at it in context. Yes this year it got it amazingly right, but in previous years Madden has either got it very wrong (like last year) or got the winner right, but not the scores.

Plus, why would the NWO or some power structure like that fix a sports game? It doesn't make any sense to me.

Gambling. it's a 100 billion + industry.

same reason why they rig soccer games all over Europe and Asia. Even your country is not immune. English soccer is sometimes rigged.

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02-02-2015, 06:19 PM
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U fight cheap is not agenda though

No way the rulers would involve themselves with a company that has dana white running shit

That fucking guys mouth is a huge liability in the secrecy game
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02-02-2015, 06:19 PM
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predicting the winner probably isn't hard. predicting the EXACT final score + the score in the 3rd is astronomically amazing.

then you have the inexplicable play call. a good case can be made for rigging.
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02-02-2015, 06:22 PM
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(02-02-2015 06:19 PM)Uncle Tomahawk Wrote:  U fight cheap is not agenda though

No way the rulers would involve themselves with a company that has dana white running shit

That fucking guys mouth is a huge liability in the secrecy game

I think somehow they are part of it.. Dana is trying to be a don king type of heel character.

Dana also pushes female MMA pretty hard, which is part of the masculinization of the female agenda.

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02-02-2015, 06:30 PM (This post was last modified: 02-03-2015 03:19 AM by antidisestablishmentarianism.)
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(02-02-2015 06:06 PM)Benwahwah Wrote:  
(02-02-2015 05:55 PM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  it is incredible. they got the right final score + the score in the 3rd quarter.

the chances of that are astronomically low.

then add the inexplicable play call and you have a good case for a rigged game.

The NFL is a huge corporation and franchise. This would be the equivalent of cooking the books. it's not really that amazing if you think about it.

What about last years prediction? Rather than looking at this on a micro level you need to look at it in context. Yes this year it got it amazingly right, but in previous years Madden has either got it very wrong (like last year) or got the winner right, but not the scores.

Plus, why would the NWO or some power structure like that fix a sports game? It doesn't make any sense to me.

Honestly and not to upset Evilyoshida because I feel bad about my behavior in the Putin thread and would like to apologize Publicly to him but this reminds me of the World cup all over. I wasn't here for that live but read it over when I got back.

EVILYOSHIDA had an emotional investment for some reason in the Hawks(maybe because they play in the conference with the 49ers?) or maybe because the Patriots are loaded with white players?( we all know how much he hates the white devil and his choppy dancing)

His Seattle bias was evident by his posts in the other thread. Once it went the other way he created this scenario where it was "fixed" to justify his worldview that Seattle would win which was shattered.

This is also like Sandy Hook all over again where all thousands of people are in on the fix. Do you realize how difficult that last "fixed" play would have been to pull off? Bill Belicheck would have done the same thing because he is a gambler. The Packers coach Mccarthy plays it safe which is why he lost to Seattle in a more "fishy" game than this.

You do realize Pete Carroll is one of the highest paid coaches in the league and probably has incentive clauses where if HE WINS the Super Bowl he makes a few more million. Many players have this as well with stats. So this MULTI MILLIONAIRE would risk it all and be banned for life and maybe arrested for a few more million?

Why do you use so much "critical thinking" and "logic" when it comes to issues we all know you support like "Russia" and "Putin" yet stick you head in the sand when you get an opportunity to trash the USA/NWO/NED/CIA, ect. Sorry dude buts its pretty obvious to others if you can't see it yourself.

Like Ben is saying it's not an attack on YOU personally but the reality is it's your name on the Website and you are a polarizing figure that some here and elsewhere look up too. Take this as constructive criticism by people who would like to see the place they spent way to much time at succeed and not be a circle jerk of "THE WEST IS FINISHED!"
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02-02-2015, 06:31 PM
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(02-02-2015 06:18 PM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  
(02-02-2015 06:06 PM)Benwahwah Wrote:  
(02-02-2015 05:55 PM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  it is incredible. they got the right final score + the score in the 3rd quarter.

the chances of that are astronomically low.

then add the inexplicable play call and you have a good case for a rigged game.

The NFL is a huge corporation and franchise. This would be the equivalent of cooking the books. it's not really that amazing if you think about it.

What about last years prediction? Rather than looking at this on a micro level you need to look at it in context. Yes this year it got it amazingly right, but in previous years Madden has either got it very wrong (like last year) or got the winner right, but not the scores.

Plus, why would the NWO or some power structure like that fix a sports game? It doesn't make any sense to me.

Gambling. it's a 100 billion + industry.

same reason why they rig soccer games all over Europe and Asia. Even your country is not immune. English soccer is sometimes rigged.

Ok, I get the gambling side of things. But why would they advertise the fact through a video game? How would that possibly be a good idea for them? It just doesn't add up.

If you have a sure fire way of winning games, you wouldn't advertise the fact. Obviously that would be an incredibly dumb thing to do. So if we want to believe it is the NWO or something like that there must surely be a bigger reason.

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02-02-2015, 06:31 PM
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(02-02-2015 06:22 PM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  
(02-02-2015 06:19 PM)Uncle Tomahawk Wrote:  U fight cheap is not agenda though

No way the rulers would involve themselves with a company that has dana white running shit

That fucking guys mouth is a huge liability in the secrecy game

I think somehow they are part of it.. Dana is trying to be a don king type of heel character.

Dana also pushes female MMA pretty hard, which is part of the masculinization of the female agenda.


Yep.hadn't thought of that

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02-02-2015, 06:46 PM
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I actually don't know jack crap about any of those teams. I thought it was pretty fun the back and forth.. and it was cool how they made that crazy pass towards the end. when they made that ridiculous play call I had to call it out.

sometimes people that are not invested in the sport can be more impartial. I really don't care about this game and only watched it due to DJ's thread.
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02-02-2015, 06:51 PM
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I only attack this because I want people less focused on these dog and pony shows. you really don't get any utility or value by watching these entertainment shows.

at least with MMA you can learn some self defense. football is an abstraction of fighting. it is pretty much useless.
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