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For Week 8 in the NFL, seven picks cover the number more than 57% of the time to be considered “normal” or better plays and a total of 11 of the 13 games feature a playable against-the-spread opinion. Normal or better plays are an undefeated 8-0 (100% ATS and O/U) over the last three weeks with normal or better ATS picks 11-2 (85% ATS) on the season. All playable picks are 49-33 (60% ATS) on the year.
10/26/2015 Highlight: Using the ResultsFinder for the week of October 19-25th, one could find that all “normal” or better (greater than 57% to cover) NFL plays in Week 7 went 2-0, including the Lock of the Week (Jets +9) covering at New England. Normal or better NFL picks are undefeated over the last three weeks (8-0 O/U and and ATS). For the season, all “normal” or better against-the-spread picks in the NFL are 11-2 (85% ATS). Meanwhile, all playable against-the-spread picks in the NFL this year are 49-32 (61% ATS).
In College Football Week 8, the historically very strong “normal” or better over/under picks had one of their best weeks of the season at 6-3 (67% O/U). All-time (since start of 2010 season), normal or better over/under plays in college football have been profitable in over 75% of all weeks.
On the ice, all NHL puck-line plays went 14-11 (57% PL), including going 2-1 (67% PL) on normal puck-line plays. All playable over/under picks topped .500 yet again. Such plays have generated a profit of +$230 for a normal $50 player using play value recommendations just three weeks into the season.
With the NBA starting this week, all-time full season over/under win total picks in the NBA with greater than 57% confidence (“normal” or better) are 31-16 (66% O/U).