Below are our computer predictions for the NFL championship games for this weekend. Remember that a positive number means the home team is favored, and three points is added to the home team’s number for home field advantage. You can see the complete NFL and NBA ratings at www.biasfreerankings.com.
Below are our computer predictions for the NBA games for Wednesday, January 16th. Remember that a positive number means that the home team is favored, while a negative number means the visiting team is favored, and a 3 point home court advantage is already built in. You can see the complete team rankings for the NBA and NFL by going to www.biasfreerankings.com!
Below are Bias Free Sports computer predictions for the NFL Divisional Playoff Games. A positive number means the home team is favored, while a negative number means the visiting team is favored. To see the complete rankings for all NFL teams, go to www.biasfreerankings.com.
Here are our computer predictions for today’s NBA games. A positive number in the difference column means the home team is favored, while a negative number means the visiting team is favored. For the complete NBA rankings, go to www.biasfreerankings.com/NBARankings.htm.
Happy New Year everyone! Hope you all had a safe and happy new year’s eve (and you’re not hurting too much this morning!). I’ve taken a look at the games over the next few day, and disregarding what the computer says, here are the teams I like today:
Oklahoma State vs. Purdue — Oklahoma State by 20Northwestern vs. Mississippi State — Northwestern by 4
South Carolina vs. Michigan — South Carolina by 6
Georgia vs. Nebraska — Georgia by 13
Stanford vs. Wisconsin — Stanford by 3
Florida State vs. Northern Illinois — NIU in an upset by 1
We’ll publish all our updated computer ratings after today’s games. Remember you can go to www.biasfreerankings.com for all the ratings for the NCAA football teams, as well as ratings for the NBA and NFL.
At last, the end of the regular season, and with it, some teams (and their fans) can finally be put out of their misery, like Arizona, Jacksonville, Kansas City and Buffalo. The best part of the year, the playoffs, begins next week, and we’ll continue our computer predictions right through to the Super Bowl. You can get all our NBA, NFL and NCAA football predictions for free (it’s not a subscription service trying to have you buy Vegas picks!) at www.biasfreerankings.com. Here is what our computer spit out for this weekend’s NFL games (remember a positive number in the difference column means the home team is favored, a negative number means the visiting team is favored, and the home field advantage of 3 points is added in already):
I typically don’t try to shout my own praises, because those who do inevitably have to spend more time defending their own deficiencies, but I was the only prognosticator (out of more than 50) on The Prediction Tracker (www.thepredictiontracker.com) to have accurately predicted the Central Michigan outright win over Western Kentucky. We’ve had a pretty good start to the bowl season, which probably means we’re due to lose the next 10 games. You can keep track of all our predictions by going to our web site at www.biasfreerankings.com, or go to The Prediction Tracker to see how our computer predictions stack up with everyone else’s!