Sep 5, 2013; Denver, CO, USA; Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas (88) runs with the ball after catching a pass during the first half against the Baltimore Ravens at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Mandatory Credit: Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports

Week 2 Madden 25 Simulation

Each week during the season I will run a full simulation of the Giants game. All Madden, 15 minute quarters, injuries and depth charts up to date to the best of my ability. So with that said, here’s the Madden 25 Week 2 Recap:


All Around Offensive Effort Carries Broncos Past Giants 41-17

Peyton Manning wasn’t perfect on Sunday, but he didn’t have to be.

The older brother threw for 416 yards and 2 TDs but also threw an interception in the game.

Ronnie Hillman helped as well rushing for 92 yards and 2 TDs as the Giants defense had a hard time keeping him from the endzone.

The Giants actually did a good job against Wes Welker holding him for 9 receptions for 87 yards and zero TDs but Demaryius Thomas had his way with the secondary posting a stat line of 12 receptions for 133 and 2.

Eli had another inflated stat day with 476 yards for 2 TDs but those stats were countered by the 2 interceptions he threw.

Wilson had another bad day with only 59 yards and fumbled once again.

Cruz shred the defense to a tune of 184 yards but could only get in the endzone once.

Nicks also had over 100 yards with 116.

Brandon Jacobs made his presence felt, but through the air, catching a TD pass.


Well, Madden is 1-0 this year. Obviously stats were not right, but wins and losses are all that matters. Let’s see if the Giants can prove Madden wrong this week.


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