Data Driven NFL Predictions Week 5 (2014)

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It’s time for NFL week 5!  Two teams have a bye week so we’ve got 15 NFL predictions for you.

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Here’s our data driven predicted score for tonight’s NFL game between the Minnesota Vikings and Green Bay Packers:

TEAM WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
Vikings 42% 21 48
Packers 58% 25 -8

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Bears at Panthers

Ravens at Colts

Rams at Eagles

Jets at Chargers

Data Driven NFL Predictions Week 4

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It’s time for NFL week 4!  Six teams have a bye week but we’ve still got 13 NFL predictions for you.

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Here’s our data driven predicted score for tonight’s NFL game between the New York Giants and Washington Redskins:

SportsFormulator’s Data Driven NFL Predictions
TEAM WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
Giants 33% 20 46u
Redskins 67% 28 -3½

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Packers at Bears

Eagles at 49ers

Jaguars at Chargers

Patriots at Chiefs (Monday night)

Data Driven NFL Predictions Week 3

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Here are the formula’s data driven NFL predictions for week 3 of the 2014 NFL season:

SportsFormulator’s Data Driven NFL Predictions
TEAM WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
THURSDAY
Buccaneers 36% 20 45
Falcons 64% 24 -6 1/2
SUNDAY
Chargers 44% 20 44 1/2
Bills 56% 21 -2 1/2
Cowboys 41% 19 -1
Rams 59% 20 45
Redskins 35% 20 50 1/2
Eagles 65% 27 -6 1/2

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Data Driven NFL Week 2 Predictions

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A good start to the 2014 NFL season as our data driven NFL predictions accurately predicted 11 of 16 (69%) game winners, 9 of 16 (56%) ATS and 10 of 16 (63%) on Totals!

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Here are the formula’s data driven NFL predictions for week 2 of the 2014 NFL season:

SportsFormulator’s Data Driven NFL Predictions
TEAM WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
Steelers 47% 21 44 1/2
Ravens 53% 23 -2 1/2
Lions 42% 19 43 1/2
Panthers 58% 24 -3
Dolphins 53% 24 -1
Bills 47% 20 43
Cowboys 41% 24 49 1/2
Titans 59% 27 -3 1/2
Cardinals 55% 24 -2
Giants 45% 19 43
Patriots 50% 27 -3
Vikings 50% 24 49
Saints 54% 24 -6 1/2
Browns 46% 20 47 1/2

Get all of our data driven week 2 NFL predictions here.

Data Driven NFL Week 1 Predictions

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The preseason is thankfully over and now it’s time to watch the games that count.  The race to Super Bowl XLIX begins now.

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The season starts with the defending Super Bowl Champs hosting the Packers in Seattle.  Pittsburgh and Cleveland renew one of the NFL’s best rivalries with Johnny Football possibly making his debut.  Peyton Manning faces his former team at his new home.

SportsFormulator’s data driven NFL predictions for week 1 of the 2014 NFL season:

SportsFormulator’s Data Driven NFL Predictions
THURSDAY
TEAM WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
Packers 44% 22 45.5
Seahawks 56% 27 -5.5
MONDAY
TEAM WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
Chargers 46% 24 44.5
Cardinals 54% 28 -3

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Check out our data driven NFL predictions for 2014.  Get predicted records, divisional standings and NFL playoff predictions.

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2014 NFL Predictions – AFC

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The 2014 NFL season is finally within sight.  A season of off the field issues dominated headlines but now the preseason is over with and it’s time to focus on the regular season.  The AFC will be back to try to recapture the Lombardi Trophy after the Broncos got beatdown by the Seahawks last year.

Here are our data driven predicted records and divisional standings for the 2014 NFL season:

2014 AFC East Predictions

1.  New England Patriots (12-4)

2.  New York Jets (7-9)

3.  Miami Dolphins (6-10)

4.  Buffalo Bills (5-11)

2014 AFC North Predictions

1.  Cincinnati Bengals (10-6)

2.  Baltimore Ravens (9-7)

3.  Pittsburgh Steelers (7-9)

4.  Cleveland Browns (4-12)

2014 AFC South Predictions

1.  Indianapolis Colts (13-3)

2.  Tennessee Titans (6-10)

3.  Jacksonville Jaguars (6-10)

4.  Houston Texans (5-11)

2014 AFC West Predictions

1.  Denver Broncos (12-4)

2.  San Diego Chargers (8-8)

3.  Kansas City Chiefs (5-11)

4.  Oakland Raiders (5-11)

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2014 NFL Predictions – NFC

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The 2014 NFL season is finally within sight.  A season of off the field issues dominated headlines but now the preseason is over with and it’s time to focus on the regular season.  The Sam Bradford injury was the biggest casualty of the preseason.  It knocked the Rams out of playoff contention.  The Aldon Smith nine game suspension could be the difference in the 49ers winning the division and hosting the NFC Playoffs or having to go on the road for their entire playoff run.

Here are our data driven predicted records and divisional standings for the 2014 NFL season:

2014 NFC East Predictions

1.  Philadelphia Eagles (10-6)

2.  Dallas Cowboys (7-9)

3.  New York Giants (6-10)

4.  Washington Redskins (6-10)

2014 NFC North Predictions

1.  Green Bay Packers (12-4)

2.  Chicago Bears (8-8)

3.  Detroit Lions (7-9)

4.  Minnesota Vikings (6-10)

2014 NFC South Predictions

1.  New Orleans Saints (13-3)

2.  Atlanta Falcons (7-9)

3.  Carolina Panthers (7-9)

4.  Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-9)

2014 NFC West Predictions

1.  Seattle Seahawks (13-3)

2.  San Francisco 49ers (12-4)

3.  Arizona Cardinals (10-6)

4.  St. Louis Rams (5-11)

Check out our NFC and Playoff predictions in the links below.

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2014 NFL Playoff Predictions

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2014 AFC Playoff Predictions

Wildcard Round

(3) Denver Broncos over (6) San Diego Chargers

(5) Baltimore Ravens over (4) Cincinnati Bengals

BYE:  Indianapolis Colts and New England Patriots

Divisional Playoff

(1) Indianapolis Colts over (5) Baltimore Ravens

(2) New England Patriots over (3) Denver Broncos

Conference Championship

(2) New England Patriots over (1) Indianapolis Colts

2014 NFC Playoff Predictions

Wildcard Round

 (3) Green Bay Packers over (6) Arizona Cardinals

(5) San Francisco 49ers over (4) Philadelphia Eagles

BYE:  Seattle Seahawks and New Orleans Saints

Divisional Playoff

(1) Seattle Sehawks over (5) San Francisco 49ers

(2)  New Orleans Saints over (3) Green Bay Packers

Conference Championship

 (1) Seattle Seahawks over (2) New Orleans Saints

Super Bowl XLIX Prediction

Seattle Seahawks over New England Patriots

Check out predicted records for every NFL team in 2014 by clicking on the conference predictions below.

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NFL Mock Draft (Round 1) – Version 1.0

The NFL Draft is two months from tonight.  We decided to take a crack and mock up the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft.  With such debate over the QB’s and the top player in this draft, there could be a lot of movement in round 1.  St. Louis is almost a lock to move down why Atlanta seems primed to move up.  The suspense surrounding the top pick should continue up until draft night.  Here’s our projected first round of the 2014 NFL Draft:

1.  Houston Texans – Johnny Manziel (QB – Texas A&M)

2.  St. Louis Rams – Greg Robinson (OT – Auburn)

3.  Jacksonville Jaguars – Jadeveon Clowney (DE – South Carolina)

4.  Cleveland Browns – Blake Bortels (QB – Central Florida)

5.  Oakland Raiders – Teddy Bridgewater (QB – Louisville)

6.  Atlanta Falcons – Jake Matthews (OT – Texas A&M)

7.  Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Khalil Mack (LB – Buffalo)

8.  Minnesota Vikings – Justin Gilbert (CB – Oklahoma State)

9.  Buffalo Bills – Sammy Watkins (WR – Clemson)

10.  Detroit Lions – C.J. Moseley (LB – Alabama)

11.  Tennessee Titans – Mike Evans (WR – Texas A&M)

12.  New York Giants – Taylor Lewan (OT – Michigan)

13.  St. Louis Rams – Marqise Lee (WR – USC)

14.  Chicago Bears – Timmy Jernigan (DT – Florida State)

15.  Pittsburgh Steelers – Louis Nix III (DT – Notre Dame)

16.  Baltimore Ravens – Eric Ebron (TE – North Carolina)

17.  Dallas Cowboys – Anthony Barr (LB – UCLA)

18.  New York Jets – Brandin Cooks (WR – Oregon State)

19.  Miami Dolphins – Zach Martin (OT – Notre Dame)

20.  Arizona Cardinals – Austin Seferian-Jenkins (TE – Washington)

21.  Green Bay Packers – Darqueze Dennard (CB – Michigan State)

22.  Philadelphia Eagles – Jason Verrett (CB – TCU)

23.  Kansas City Chiefs – Odell Beckham (WR – LSU)

24.  Cincinnati Bengals – Kony Ealy (DE – Missouri)

25.  San Diego Chargers – Lamarcus Joyner (CB – Florida State)

26.  Cleveland Browns – Kelvin Benjamin (WR – Florida State)

27.  New Orleans Saints – Morgan Moses (OT – Virginia)

28.  Carolina Panthers – Davante Adams (WR – Fresno State)

29.  New England Patriots – Jace Amaro (TE – Texas Tech)

30.  San Francisco 49ers – Stephon Tuitt (DE – Notre Dame)

31.  Denver Broncos – Calvin Pryor (FS – Louisville)

32.  Seattle Seahawks – Dee Ford (DE – Auburn)