There are two weeks to start the NFL regular season. Because the playoff starts to look clearer, and we long to know who does Madden have coming out on top in Week 15? You can also find more details on U4GM News.
With the regular season winding down in the next couple of weeks the NFL playoffs are starting to take shape, and the road to the Super Bowl is getting more narrow by the week. This week could see some divisions being clinched and wild-card teams from both conferences gaining an edge in those respective races. In Week 14, the Madden NFL 18 simulation went a respectable 11-5 and even correctly picked the Dolphins to beat the Patriots on Monday Night Football. Before getting into who wins on the virtual gridiron this week, here are the usual parameters for the simulation:
- Absolutely no user games were played.
- Live rosters used were up to date as of December 13, 2017, and we had to make just a few changes to account for injuries and suspensions.
- Screenshots were taken after using Super Sim.
- Settings included All-Pro difficulty, Simulation sliders and six-minute quarters.
Denver Broncos 30, Indianapolis Colts 13
C.J. Anderson took 30 carries for 138 yards rushing and a touchdown, and Trevor Siemian’s two passing scores lifted the Broncos to a primetime road win at Indianapolis over the Colts. Anderson, who averaged nearly five yards per carry, caught his first score on a 13-yard connection from Siemian early in the game and then ran in another on a four-yard play in the fourth quarter. The quarterback also hooked up with Jamaal Charles on a 15-yard touchdown play in the second quarter, proving that the veteran back has indeed not lost his step in Denver.
At the end of the game, Siemian got 159 yards, while Indy’s Jacoby Brissett had 197 yards and an interception. The Colts’ lone touchdown came on a short run by Frank Gore in the fourth quarter. And ore took 16 carries for 70 yards in a struggle against the Bronco defense. Adam Vinatieri nailed two field goals for the Colts while Brandon McManus hit all three of his attempts for the Broncos.