Detroit Lions Madden simulation
Simulating Lions games with the Madden video game
Come watch the game before the game.
It’s not quite Monday night yet, but we have Madden, so we can pretend it is.
It’s a time-honored tradition like no other... The Madden sim, that is. What did you think I was talking about?
It’s time to celebrate everybody’s favorite hashtag.
It’s Lions and the Browns, and it’s going to be... something.
Are you ready for some (fake) football?
OOOOoooOOHHHHHHhhHHH, SUNDAY NIGHT.
After blowing out the Panthers in last week’s simulation, and then not blowing out the Panthers on Sunday, the Lions head to the virtual Superdome for a date with artificial Drew Brees and the Saints.
Detroit picked up a victory last week to make them 1-2 in Madden simulations, but they maintained their consistency of predicting the opposite of what would take place during the real thing.
Detroit is 0-2 so far in Madden simulations this year, but they’re 2-0 for the real thing. So... go Falcons?
The Lions are 0-1 so far this season in the simulation game, but look to right the ship against the Giants in Week 2.
It’s our first Madden simulation of the season, and you’re invited.
The Lions have yet to provide Matthew Stafford with a ground game, but Madden NFL 17 let’s us bring a formidable rushing attack to Detroit.
With the help of Madden NFL 17, we’ve got definitive answers.
The virtual Matthew Stafford is every bit as good as the real one.
This wasn’t very entertaining. Like, at all.
Against all odds, and in a game where there were 11 field goals, the Lions manage to knock off the undefeated Eagles in our Madden simulation this week.
With a whole bunch of injuries to both team’s defenses, the Packers’ defensive unit came up big when it counted the most.