After the game, Madden was already predicting the Giants to be 1-1 this season. Based on previous simulations of the Pittsburgh Steelers, the game predicts that the Pittsburgh team will score very low, and Saquon Barkley's output will be low. Just as little as the output of Mut 21 coins. These expectations were met last Monday.
Check out "Madden 21" against the Chicago Bears this week.
The game started very slowly on both sides. The first four drives ended in a pan and the Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky started 5-0.
Finally, in the first quarter, the Giants entered the scoring position. Soon after Berkeley fell into the end zone, the Giants (7-0) hit. Then, they had a long touchdown interview with Dalia Slayton, won a certain number of Madden 21 coins, and became the leader.
It continued between the second and third quarters. Anthony Miller scored a touchdown pass and Barkley alone pushed the lead back to 14 with a 21-7 advantage.
The Giants seemed to lead 21-10 in the fourth quarter until Tashaun Gipson picked Daniel Jones. The Bears managed to score no more than 1 point in the 21-16 long Miller touchdown relay.
Fortunately, Golden Tate wasted a lot of time and received touchdowns off the screen during the game, thus officially pushing the game away. At the end of the game, Jimmy Graham had just scored and the final score was 28-23.
Berkeley will have a huge offensive day, and his 27 pit stops and two touchdowns will each score 125 yards. Slaton ended the game with a three-yard 72-yard reception and his lonely result. Jones lost two touchdown passes in his late interception. The peak traffic was also smooth, and two sacks were produced from B.J. Hill and Lorenzo Carter.