is the most advanced sports forecasting software available today because it has the ability to account for all of the relevant statistical interactions of the players (playing or not playing/injured), coaches, officials, fans (homefield advantage) and weather in each game.
plays every game 50,000 times before it's actually played. This provides us the ability to assign probabilities to the likelihood of just about any outcome occurring in any contest including straight-up, against-the-spread and over/under winners
of each game.
Using the ResultsFinder for Week 14 of the NFL, one could find that all highlighted, “normal” or better (greater than 57% to cover) against-the-spread and over/under picks went 4-1 (80% ATS and O/U). It was a great week overall for the NFL as all playable picks went 20-5 (80% ATS and O/U)
, including going 11-1 ATS on Sunday alone. Meanwhile, normal or better halftime plays in the NFL went 9-5 (64% ATS and O/U) which returned a +$696 profit for those following play value recommendations for a normal $50 player.
Conference Championship Week in college football was also solid with all normal picks going 3-1-1 (75% ATS and O/U). This includes the Lock of the Week, Rice +5, not only covering but winning outright over Marshall in the C-USA Championship game. As we head into bowl season, College Football Lock of the Week is now 13-2 (87% ATS)
on the season as part of all football Locks of the Week which are 21-7 (75% ATS) on the year.
As strong as the last week was in football, it was as profitable overall in basketball. Overall, all playable college basketball sides went 54-29 (65% ATS)
as part of a week with overall playable college basketball picks were 30 games over .500 at 87-57 (60% ATS and O/U). College basketball "normal" over/under plays went 8-4 (75% O/U). Since the start of the season, all normal or better over/under picks in college basketball picks are 61-41 (60% O/U). And, In the NBA, all normal plays went 5-2 (71% ATS and O/U), continuing the profitable 2013-14 season for such plays in the NBA.
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