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. For Week 4 in the NFL, there are a total of six plays
that project to cover the number greater than 57% of the time to be considered "normal" or better. Such picks are 10-5 (67% ATS and O/U) on the season.
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9/26/2016 Highlight: Using the ResultsFinder for the week of September 19th through the 25th, one could find featured, "normal" or better football plays for the week went a combined 25-14 (64% ATS and O/U) with College Football adn the NFL.
This includes the NFL Lock of the Week (Cleveland +10 at Miami), which is now 3-0 (100% ATS)
to start the NFL season. All "normal" or better (greater than 57% confidence to cover) plays in the NFL through three weeks are 10-5 (67% ATS and O/U)
. Since launching in January 2010, this technology is 60%+ against-the-spread with NFL Locks of the Week (78-51 ATS)
against-the-spread (723-598 ATS) picking all NFL games. The Predictalator is 44-20 (69% ATS)
against-the-spread in NFL Playoff games.
In College Football, the consistently strong, "normal" or better over/under plays went 13-7 (65% O/U)
in Week 4 and have been profitable in more than 85% of weeks since the site launched prior to the 2010 season. Even with the brutal loss of the free pick (UCLA +3.5 against Stanford, which failed to cover after Stanford returned a fumble for a touchdown on UCLA's last second Hail Mary attempt), "normal" or better against-the-spread plays went 7-5 (58% ATS) for the week in College Football as well.
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