I started out the second half with another touchdown, and from there I just focused on not giving up any big plays. While I did give up a touchdown and a two point conversion in the second half, I was able to eat up enough clock to watch out the game, knowing my opponent needed a touchdown in their final drive.
I must acknowledge the success did feel a little hollow because my opponent's impatience finally handed me the game. If he'd have played aggressively, I believe he was a better player, and could have beaten me. We also, luckily, had rather evenly matched squads; the higher-level Ultimate Team players essentially rely on the attributes of particular cards, and while I've an excellent group, I don't have the best squad.
I can not shout about pay-to-win, however, because the truth is that you could give most Madden NFL players a group of 80 overall players and they'd still beat my team of 90s.With the majority of people inquiring why this event is happening, as nobody involved Madden NFL 21 has commented further on the crossover, it would be simple to assume that there is simply no answer behind the team-up.
However, one Twitter article from CBS perfectly explains the logic behind the pairing, as SpongeBob's function in Madden NFL 21 is attached to the NFL playoffs. This Sunday, the New Orleans Saints and Chicago Bears will be playing each other in a Wild Card game, with every group hoping to brave the tough route to the Super Bowl. However, the game won't only be broadcasted on CBS, as a dual broadcast will happen on Nickelodeon.
The Twitter post announcing that the news stipulates a few of the things that are going to be seen from the Nickelodeon version of this event, together with all the inaugural appearance including some cheesy graphics like slime in the Kid's Choice Awards and googly eyes being put onto NFL stars. With visuals mimicking the most popular online game Roblox being used to recap certain plays, the broadcast certainly seems to know its audience.