Articles tagged "against the spread"
Turnovers: The Great Equalizer Between Straight Up And ATS Victory
A team or coach with a stellar straight-up winning percentage in a given situation is almost always closer to .500 in that same situation against the spread. Except when that situation is turnovers. Some killer winning info for CHFF Insiders.
Houston Texans-Chicago Bears: The Real and Spectacular Pick
The Wall Street Journal reports that fewer than 100 people can win 53% to 55% ATS over time. That reports makes CHFF a blonde statistical bombshell of NFL analysis. Here's a look at our real and spectacular pick for the big Week 10 Texans-Bears game.
Spreadapedia: 50 Week 5 Trends That Hit 60% Or Better ATS
A gorgeous harvest moon rose over Planet Pigskin this week. It was conveniently timed for us to dig into Spreadapedia and harvest a record haul of 50 different against-the-spread trends that hit 60 percent or better against the spread.
50 Week 5 Trends That Hit 60% Or Better ATS
A gorgeous Harvest Moon rose over Planet Pigskin this week. It was conveniently timed for us to dig into Spreadapedia for the first time in October and harvest a record haul of 50 different trends that hit 60% or better ATS.
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