Articles tagged "CHFF Insider"
Super Bowl XLVII: Baltimore-San Francisco (-4)
The Cold, Hard Football Facts have been money since 2009 and we're riding a monster hot streak late in the year, including a 7-3 mark ATS in the postseason. We break down a statistically compelling Super Bowl XLVII as only we can.
Jim Harbaugh 'System' Makes San Francisco 49ers NFL's Deadliest ATS Machine
Harbaugh’s 49ers have been consistently great in three different areas since he took over the team before the 2011 season – three things that give San Francisco the shiny gold look of a champion.
Baltimore Ravens Reach Super Bowl Despite Roller Coaster Season, Doubting Public
Baltimore has been the underdog in six of their last seven games – and yet still reached the Super Bowl.
Comeback Player Of the Year Spurs CHFF To Huge Late-Season Run
Screw Peyton Manning or Adrian Peterson. The Comeback Player of the Year in the NFL is the lovely Ms. Teri Hatcher, the original Real and Spectacular pigskin prognosticating muse.
San Francisco 49ers Biggest Road Favorite In Modern Title Game History
Good news 49ers and Patriots fans: favorites win consistently in the conference title games. But San Francisco is a huge anomaly: at -4 to -4.5, the 49ers are the biggest road favorite in a conference title game in the Live Ball Era.
Baltimore at New England (-8): AFC's Best Rivals Fight For Super Bowl
Baltimore has proven over the years that it has the nuggets to punch above its statistical weight class.New England is the same ruthlessly efficient team we’ve come to expect over the years: forcing turnovers and almost always capitalizing behind the surgical precision of Tom Brady.
San Francisco (-4.5) at Atlanta: The 49ers Wow! Factor
The San Francisco 49ers roll into Atlanta as heavy road favorites in an arena where the home team rarely loses. Makes perfect sense based upon San Francisco’s recent “Wow!” factor – the kind that forced us to drink crow this week.
Wild Divisional Round: Real And Spectacular Picks Week In Review
The Cold, Hard Football Facts Real and Spectacular Picks did something that the Texans, Broncos and Packers all failed to do in the divisional round: play defense.
Playoff History Is Kind To Home Teams ATS
Home teams win much more often in the postseason than they do in the regular season. We tapped Spreadapedia to learn about some of the long-term trends in the playoffs and in the divisional round in particular.
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