Articles tagged "NFL Bets"
Final 2014 Intelligence Index: Patriots NFL's Smartest Team; Redskins Dumbest
Smart, well-coached teams win games and win fans money. Dumb, poorly coached teams lose games and lose fans money. Dumb coaches also get canned at the end of the season. New England ended the year No. 1 on the Intelligence Index; Washington finished dead last.
Smart Bets: Mental Mismatches Abound on NFL Week 17 Schedule
But we ride the Einstein of analysis, the Cold, Hard Football Facts Intelligence Index, once again here in Week 17, looking for a big finish to a big month of intellectual excellence.
Rex Ryan's Downfall: Jets The Dumbest Team in Football
Rex Ryan was cleaning out his locker Saturday morning as the axe is about to fall on his coaching career with the New York Jets. New York's 3-12 record can be blamed on one major factor: Ryan's Jets are the dumbest, most poorly coached team in football, a fact we witnessed in their 17-16 to New England last Sunday.
Smart Bets in Week 15: The NFL's Top Mental Mismatches
The Baltimore Ravens and Kansas City Chiefs are playoff contenders because they're two of the smartest, most well-coached teams in football. They enjoy the biggest Mental Mismatches of the NFL's Week 15 slate.
Genius! Mental Mismatches Produce Brilliant 4-1 Record Against the Spread
Our five "Mental Mismatches" on Sunday produced yet another brilliant performance, with a 4-1 record against the spread. It further solidified the CHFF Intelligence Index as the smartest way to pick ATS winners.
Houston Texans, Minnesota Vikings Enjoy Big Mental Mismatches in Week 14
The Cold, Hard Football Facts Intelligence Index tells us that smart teams are smart bets ATS and dumb teams are dumb bets. We take a look at the biggest Mental Mismatches in Week 14.
Intelligence Index Proves Smart Teams are Smart Bets
The Cold, Hard Football Facts Intelligence Index debuted last season and quickly proved one thing: smart teams are smart bets. Conversely, dumb teams are dumb bets.
Real and Spectacular: Uncle CHFF Wins BIG Again in 2013
Seattle's dominant Super Bowl victory proved a perfect ending the 2013 season for the Mighty CHFF that once again validated our analysis, methodology and Quality Stats. We produced a spectacular late-season slate of money-making picks for CHFF Insiders across four different portfolios.
Knowshon vs. Marshawn: The Final Pick in King of Props' Super Bowl Six Pack
The King of Props completes his Super Bowl six-pack sizing up the ability of Knowshon Moreno and Marshawn Lynch to catch passes. His Royal Highness has won big all year: 52-27-1 (.658) overall, 32-13 (.711) since Week 9, and 8-4 (.667) in the 2013 postseason.
King of Props Wagers On A Tight End War
The King of Props dishes out his fifth of six Super Bowl props, weighing in on a head-to-head positional prop for the first time this season. His Royal Highness of Football Nation has been a big winner all year: 52-27-1 (.658) overall, 32-13 (.711) since Week 9, and 8-4 (.667) in the 2013 postseason.
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