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Week 4 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 4 Recap:


Jamaal Charles and the Chiefs Run Past Giants 62-34

Jamaal Charles rushed past the Giants for the win on Sunday.

Jamaal Charles rushed past the Giants for the win on Sunday.

No Alex Smith? No problem. All the Chiefs needed Sunday was Jamaal Charles.

Charles could not be stopped rushing for 317 yards and 3 TDs off of 37 carries.

Alex Smith went down in the 1st quarter and Chase Daniel stepped up passing for just under 300 yards and 2 TDs.

Donnie Avery had himself a day catching the ball with 8 receptions for 137, but no TDs.

It was Dexter McCluster that did the damage through the air with 8 for 92 and 2.

The Giants makeshift offensive line only allowed 2 sacks, both by Tamba Hali.

Eli Manning still could not shake the turnover bug. He threw for over 400 yards but also gave the ball away twice, throwing one in the beginning of the 4th down 2.

David Wilson ran for 87 yards but also fumbled twice and scored zero TDs.

The wide receiving corps of the Giants took advantage of Dunta Robinson going out with a concussion in the first.

Cruz had 118 yards, Randle had 124, and Nicks had 82. The issue, not one of them scored a TD.

Giants got to the QB 6 times, intercepting him twice, but it was not enough to secure the win.

Special teams let the Giants down with a Jernigan fumble on the kickoff and letting McCluster run a punt back 63 yards to the house in the 4th.


Madden is STILL undefeated this season with an impressive 3-0 record. Giants need to really step up this week, makeshift line and all if they want to finally prove Madden 25 wrong.



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  • Adam Ganeles

    Realism in video games seems to have come a long way.. this is an ‘NFL 95′ type score. You know, when you high kicked your way to the EZ and couldn’t be tackled.

    • Taylor Kazlauskas

      yes it is interesting how high the score was. This years Madden however is geared heavily towards the offensive side of the ball so that may explain it.

  • jacati

    If the running back and the wr’s didn’t score, then who did. 34 pts is a lot.

    • Taylor Kazlauskas

      Not looking at the stats, but I believe Jacobs scored at the goal line, Pascoe caught a TD, I also remember either Wilson or Scott catching one as well. Doesn’t explain all the points but the article was more based on the conclusion of the game.. I will be much more thorough next week, my apologies.

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