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Sep
23

By Computer Sports

As I did with college, I split up my NFL trends this week for easier viewing. My 100% trends – and there are only a few of those – can be found on my Facebook page, found here (just “like” the page to view them). All of the trends with only 1 or 2 losses are in the article posted below. The rest will be tweeted on my Twitter page late Saturday and very early Sunday morning. Enjoy, and good luck for the week.

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By Computer Sports

Because I produced so many college football trends this week, I decided to split them up for easier viewing. My 100% trends – and there are 9 of those – can be found on my Facebook page, found here (just “like” the page to view them). All of the trends with only 1 or 2 losses are in the article posted below. The rest will be tweeted on my Twitter page late Friday and very early Saturday morning. Enjoy, and good luck for the week.

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Sep
16

By Computer Sports

It’s that time again for some nice NFL trends for the week. These numbers are crunched from 9/9/01 through 9/12/2011. These 10-year trends cover most games this week.

Note that I will be posting 3-year trends on my twitter page early Sunday morning, and 5-year trends on my Facebook page prior to the weekend.

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Sep
15

By Computer Sports

For this week, I decided to pare down my trends a bit to only deliver the very highest percentage trends in this blog. So for this week, the only trends you’ll see here are those which have only one loss. We have 13 solid trends, ranging from 8-1 to 11-1 ATS. I’ve also posted my 100% trends for Saturday, totaling 112-0-2 over on my Facebook page for free. All you have to do is “like” the page to see them. Both sets of trends date back 5 years, so back to the beginning of the 2006 season. So without further delay, here are the 123-13-2 college football trends for Saturday 9/17/2011.

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Sep
09
Filed Under (Computer Sports) on 09-09-2011

By Computer Sports

Here are some of my favorite trends – college football totals. For this week, I’ve picked among tens of thousands generated to bring you the ones I think have the most pull when it comes to beating the spread this week. So without further delay, here are 62 college football over/under trends for this week.
Sep
08
Filed Under (Computer Sports) on 08-09-2011

By Computer Sports

No more waiting! The NFL regular season is finally upon us, and you can be sure that the computers have been churning out numbers this summer. So before you head to the window, take a look at some of these trends I have for you for week 1, including Thursday and Monday action. All are ATS and spanning 9/2006 through 1/2011.

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By Computer Sports

As we head into the first week of college football, I’d like to share some 20-year college football trends with you. Most of the big games are represented here, and almost every situation below is an active trend for the week. So without further delay, here are 31 college football trends for this Saturday, dating back to the beginning of the 1991 season.

Note: I’ll be posting additional trends on my Facebook and Twitter pages.

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By Computer Sports

Week 3 of the NFL preseason is here and we have three matchups on Thursday August 25. In this article, I’ll be delving into the numbers for the Redskins vs Ravens matchup to see if we can uncover any hidden info to help us make a play on this game.

The game, known as the “Beltway Battle,” goes at 8pm Thursday night and will be televised nationally on ESPN. Baltimore opened as 6-point home favorites with a total of 33.5. The line has now moved slightly to Baltimore -5.5.

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Aug
16

By Computer Sports

The first week of the 2011 preseason is behind us, and we begin Week 2 with a couple of Thursday night matchups: Patriots vs Bucs and Philly vs Pittsburgh. In this article, I’ll be taking a look at some of the numbers behind the Patriots vs Bucs matchup, which goes at 7:30pm on Thursday Night.

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Aug
05

By Computer Sports

In my first preseason article, I discussed how Super Bowl champs fare in the following preseason. For most of my preseason articles, however, the coach will be the focal point of discussion, as his goals for the preseason typically determine if his team wins or loses – or covers the spread.