Madden 22 trailer features Kansas City Chiefs comeback win over the Denver Broncos

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Video games have come a long way since the 1970s and they continue to get more realistic each year.

For example, EA Sports released its Madden 22 trailer on Thursday and a good chunk of the video includes Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and tight end Travis Kelce. That’s both in real life and in video game graphics.

And to show how realistic the game has become, the Madden 22 trailer highlights Mahomes throwing a game-winning pass to Kelce to beat the Broncos in Denver.

The Chiefs have beaten the Broncos 11 straight times with Denver’s last win coming in 2015.

Here is the Madden video, which also shows a clip of Mahomes and Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady in real life:

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Speculation earlier this week was that Mahomes and Brady would share the cover of the game.

That indeed is the case:

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Mahomes talked with the media on Thursday and was asked about being on the cover.

“It’s obviously an honor to be back on the cover of Madden again,” Mahomes said. “It’s something that you look up to as a kid is you want to be on the cover. And for me it’s the second time to be on that thing. I didn’t even know you could be on it a second time.“

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Mahomes was on the cover in 2019 and the Chiefs went on to win the Super Bowl.

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