Bears Look to Stay Hot in Season 4 Hybrid Madden CFM

Mike Lowe and Terron Smith, division rivals in the original SSG Madden league, were able to meet at the Bellagio in Las Vegas.
After accomplishing the perfect undefeated season topped off with a Super Bowl, coach Terron Smith of the Chicago Bears looks to carry on what brought him success in the 2020 season. The 4th season of the league has officially begun, the offseason was a very intense and crucial time for many teams as owners/gm’s looked to build their franchises with young talent. As we approach this much anticipated start of the season we asked coach Terron Smith what he looks to bring with him into this new season and how adding younger talent can help build his dynasty for years to come. Here is what he had to say… “Coming off two straight seasons of lackluster performances in the playoffs the Bears decided to run it back with our same squad. Which turned out to be extremely beneficial by going a perfect 16-0 in the regular season, knocking off the back to back champions Atlanta Falcons and back to back AFC champions the Kansas City Chiefs in the super bowl completing our magical undefeated 19-0 season keeping those champagne bottles corked and in their cellar in South beach. This marks the 1st Superbowl the city of Chicago has celebrated in 35 years! Their long drought has finally ended and looking to maintain what we built. We plan to run things back once more while adding on young fresh faces to swiftly change the guard before regression seeps it’s ugly paws onto vital key pieces such as: Khalil Mack, Akiem Hicks, AJ Green, David Johnson, and Patrick Peterson. A tall task to complete but will be interesting to tune into this upcoming season.” -Terron Smith