Edwards-Helaire finished No. 19 in terms of all running backs for total yards this season. While his squad didn't fare too, Sanders composed 867 yards and six touchdowns. He was also seventh in the league along with his 72.3 yards per game this year. Ahead of the holidays, the Madden NFL 21 Video Game Numbers Challenge launched. It enabled gamers to take part in choosing the final AFC and NFC Pro Bowl roster members through gameplay. All that was required was to evaluate touchdowns with players in specific game modes, and according to the closing amounts, they scored quite a bit.
Gamers listed a total of over 9,000 touchdowns between Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Miles Sanders. They each finished about 1,000 touchdowns within the second-place finisher in their respective conference too. While there will not be an official 2021 NFL Pro Bowl game held this year, both players now get the honor additional to their career resumes.
Ahead of the playoffs, Madden NFL 21 will be part of a special event featuring players and NFL stars. The ESPN Madden NFL 21 Wild Card Duos will take place on Thursday, January 7. They will be teaming up with experienced gamers to take part in the new Madden NFL 21 manner, The Yard. It will also be available for viewing through ESPN, NFL, and Madden digital channels, giving fans plenty of ways to watch.
That will lead lovers into this coming weekend when six NFL Playoffs Wild Card games will take place on the field. However, Clyde-Edwards Helaire and his Chiefs will await their competitions for the AFC Playoffs, as will Aaron Rodgers, Davante Adams, along with the NFC's top-seeded Green Bay Packers.
The NFL regular season has wrapped up giving way into the playoffs. With that, 14 hopeful teams will be competing for a shot at the Lombardi Trophy. Including the No. 1 seed AFC team, the Kansas City Chiefs, and the No. 1 NFC group, the Green Bay Packers. Both teams now offers a part of the 99 Club, as Davante Adams has officially obtained exclusive membership.