Los Angeles Rams vs. Kansas City Chiefs - 5/29/20 Madden20 NFL Sim Pick, Odds, and Prediction
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Kansas City Chiefs at Los Angeles Rams
Madden20 Sim: Friday, May 29, 2020 at 2:00 pm
The Line: Kansas City Chiefs -3.5 -- Over/Under: 49 Click Here for the Latest Odds
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The Kansas City Chiefs and Los Angeles Rams meet Friday afternoon in a Madden20 NFL simulation game. Click Here To Bet This NFL Sim Game
The Los Angeles Rams may not have accomplished much last season, but they have eight players who are ranked at least 85 overall in Madden20. Defensive tackle Aaron Donald is one of the best players in the game with a 99 overall rating and a 99 strength rating. Cornerback Jalen Ramsey is a 94 overall and 93 acceleration rating, while left tackle Andrew Whitworth is 88 overall and has a 90 awareness rating. Running back Todd Gurley has a 86 overall rating and a 91 speed rating and quarterback Jared Goff is rated 77 overall with an 86 acceleration rating. The Los Angeles Rams has one of the better wide receiver trios in this game and have a defense filled with game changers. You can win a lot in this game playing with the Los Angeles Rams.
The Kansas City Chiefs are the defending Super Bowl champs and have six players ranked in the 90s overall. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes is damn near a cheat code with his 99 rating overall, 97 awareness rating and 87 acceleration rating. Wide receiver Tyreek Hill has a 96 rating overall and his acceleration and speed ratings are 99, and he’s an easy touchdown once he gets off press coverage. Defensive end Frank Clark is a speedy pass rusher who gets to the pass rusher regularly and tight end Travis Kelce is a beast across the middle with his 96 rating. Like most teams that win the title, Madden shows love to a lot of the players and it’s been no different for the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Los Angeles Rams have been bigger underdogs in past simulations against better competition, so you have to question this line and wonder if this is a trap. Either way, the Kansas City Chiefs have the edge in a lot of spots in this game and I'm not confident the Rams have the offensive horses to respond if the Chiefs play to what they're capable of.
I'm going to take the Kansas City Chiefs and the reasonable chalk.