With the 2020 NFL season just weeks away, teams are still in the midst of preparations following an unprecedented offseason due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. However, EA Sports’ “Madden 21” is predicting that the circumstances bode well for the Chicago Bears and quarterback Nick Foles in particular.

A simulated season from Yahoo Sports revealed that Foles would lead the Bears to a Super Bowl victory over the Kansas City Chiefs while racking up multiple MVP honors in the process:

Nick Foles (yes, Nick Foles) wins NFL MVP. If you’ve made it this far, congrats, because you’re about to enter the “Madden” Twilight Zone. Foles finished with a league-best 4,801 yards, 44 TDs, 5 interceptions and 70 percent completion rate.

The Bears had the league’s best record, finishing 14-2 before eventually advancing to Super Bowl LV against Kansas City.

The Chicago Bears won Super Bowl LV 42-24, with Nick Foles throwing for six touchdown passes and tying Steve Young’s record from Super Bowl XXIX.

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It is safe to say that another resurgence led Foles seems rather far-fetched given his and the team’s struggles as of late. Regardless, there is no question that this is what Bears fans were hoping for when he was signed to compete with Mitchell Trubisky under center this offseason.

Foles already managed to complete the bulk of the simulation when he led the Philadelphia Eagles to their first Super Bowl victory in franchise history during the 2017 campaign and winning MVP for his performance. However, he would need to find a way to combine his playoff efforts from that year and his 27-touchdown, two-interception season in 2013 in order to make it happen.

Although expectations have been tempered with the ongoing quarterback duel in Chicago, this will not stop the hype from generating around Foles should he win the starting job. For now, the question remains on what had to go into play for the simulation to reach such an outlandish result.