Ed Szczepanski-USA TODAY Sports
The Kansas City Chiefs will look to go 6-0 this Sunday when they host the Oakland Raiders at Arrowhead stadium.
We do a lot to get you ready as the game approaches and one thing I always enjoy checking out are the latest Madden 25 simulations. By now you know that Arrowhead Addict is part of FanSided, a network of sports and entertainment sites. In the last couple of months, I helped to launch our new video games site, GameSided.com. The three editors over there are terrific and if you are a gamer, GameSided is a daily must visit.
Mike Straw over at GameSided is responsible for putting together the weekly madden 25 simulations for all of the NFL games. Be sure to check our the entire slate of Madden sims each week.
How did the Chiefs do in this week’s sim? Well, I think you’ll like the result but I can’t promise you’ll like anything else about the sim.
"The miracle Kansas City Chiefs season just keeps on rolling as the Chiefs scored the last 10 points of the game to top the Raiders 10-6 and move to 6-0 on the season.It wasn’t a good game on the injury front as the starting quarterback and running back for each team left the game with injuries in the first half and didn’t return. Tarrelle Pyror left with a leg injury, Darren McFadden left with bruised ribs, Alex Smith was knocked out of the game with a concussion and Jamaal Charles left the game with a broken arm."
Yikes! Let’s hope none of that (other than the win) actually happens. A concussion could keep Smith out for a week or longer and a broken arm would essentially end Jamaal Charles’ season. The thing that kind of gives me the creeps is that I could see both of these things happening. With Smith’s propensity to run and the number of touches Jamaal…You know what? I’m just gonna stop talking.
Chiefs win the fake electronic game.