NFL Football Computer Picks – Simulated Predictions for Each Pro Football Game Every Week
Each week we enter information into our stats database which crunshes them and spits out final score predictions. These figures should be used as a guide, not solely to base your picks on! Expect these to be posted on the site by late Friday each week during the NFL football season. Enjoy!
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NFL Computer Picks
NY Giants 22.6
Tampa Bay 25.3
LA Chargers 15.0
NY Jets 13.5
LA Rams 30.0
New Orleans 28.6
San Francisco 21.9
New England 31.5
Green Bay 25.2
Kansas City 25.6
Did you know… that we also offer free weekly college football computer picks? Check’em out! They’re a GREAT handicapping tool for determining which over/unders are good bets!
As noted above, these predictions are compiled by a computer. There is a heck of a lot more to handicapping NFL games than a bunch of averages produced by technology.
Proper football handicapping should consist of taking numerous variables into consideration such as injuries (especially to key positions on an offensive line/defensive secondary), situational variables (teams playing on a short week, coming off a bye or horrible travel conditions, etc), how a team has been playing lately, coaching and more.
The point we’re trying to make here is that one should not rely on these picks as the sole source/reason for placing a bet. Please use the above numbers as a GUIDE to help bolster your decision to bet on or against a team.
With all that being said, these stats do have some merit when it comes to helping pick totals (over/unders). Especially with the weekly college football computer picks that we put out, which can of course be found in our NCAA football section.