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Peyton Manning Throws for 203 Yards, but Gives the Ball Up Five Times as the Chicago Bears and their Defense Dominate the Indianapolis Colts

PARKVILLE, MD – February 2, 2007 – Enlight, one of the world’s leading developers and publishers of entertainment software for the PC platform, today gave their prediction for the outcome of Super Bowl XLI through a “Football Mogul 2007” simulation of this week’s big game. With the bittersweet culmination of the 2006 NFL season on Sunday, fans can rest assured the action will live on the way they want it to with Football Mogul 2007.

“Fans who want the most realistic statistical-simulation football game on the market should look no further,” said Paul Lombardi, CEO of Enlight Interactive Inc. “Come Monday we’ll all see how accurate the Football Mogul 2007 simulation of Super Bowl XLI really was.”

As the simulated Super Bowl game progressed, the Bears clamped down on Manning and the Colts offense, holding them to just 299 yards total and forcing three interceptions and two fumbles. Meanwhile, Rex Grossman and the Bears methodically moved the ball down field for three touchdowns; one passing, one rushing, one defensive and three field goals as they went on to win it all, 30-10.

With the Super Bowl this week and fantasy football now over, fanatics don’t have to wait until next year for NFL action. “Football Mogul 2007,” the deepest football simulation for fans keeps the season alive year round with a new play calling engine, formation editor, complete historical stats, HTML output to run a league for friends and much more.

For more information, please visit: http://www.sportsmogul.com/footballcd/index.htm

Member Comments
# 1 Rainey @ 02/05/07 08:10 PM
They were kinda off...
# 2 bluengold34_OS @ 02/05/07 08:14 PM
Originally Posted by Rainey
They were kinda off...
If by " gives up the ball fives times and the Chicago Bears dominates them" they mean the Colts kick Our ***** in the dirt, then they were right on......great simulation

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