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The Green Bay Packers Just Won Super Bowl LI (According To A 'Madden '17' Simulation)

Image via Screengrab // Madden '17

The NFL Playoffs begin this weekend, with a slew of AFC and NFC Wild Card Games that will whet the appetite of football fans across the globe, wondering who will successfully make it through the postseason grind, reach Super Bowl LI and be named world champion.

And while we'll all tune in to watch the hard-hitting action, there's really no need to, because, according to a Madden '17 simulation of the entire playoff games from our friends at UPROXX, we now already know who will be hoisting the Lombardi Trophy on February 5th in Houston.

AFC Wild Card

Oakland Raiders (5) at Houston Texans (4)

Miami Dolphins (6) at Pittsburgh Steelers (3)

NFC Wild Card

Detroit Lions (6) at Seattle Seahawks (3)

New York Giants (5) at Green Bay Packers (4)

AFC Divisional Round

Oakland Raiders (5) at New England Patriots (1)

Pittsburgh Steelers (3) at Kansas City Chiefs (2)

NFC Divisional Round

Seattle Seahawks (3) at Atlanta Falcons (2)

Green Bay Packers (4) at Dallas Cowboys (1)

AFC Championship

Kansas City Chiefs (2) at New England Patriots (1)

NFC Championship

Green Bay Packers (4) at Seattle Seahawks (3)

Super Bowl LI

Green Bay Packers (4) vs. Kansas City Chiefs (2)

You can read the full analysis of each and every NFL playoff game over at UPROXX, which breaks down stats and recaps from the contests.

So, there you have it, guys, the Green Bay Packers are going to average an insane 44.5 points in their four playoff games to win Super Bowl LI over the Kansas City Chiefs. Now, let's sit back, watch and see how creepy it'd be if Madden '17 really knows the future.

UPROXX

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