Predictive Rate of Victory

Through Week 1 of the 2012 Regular Season

About Predictive Rate of Victory. Predictive Rate of Victory measures how often a given indicator predicts victory, i.e., how often teams better in a given indicator beat their opponent that week. Please note Week 1 performance is measured by final year-end stats from the previous season. Also note that indicators such as the Relativity Index (REL) and our Quality Standings (QS) are not measured until two and three weeks into each season, respectively. Those are comparative stats based upon previous games that year, so we need those weeks before we can calculate those indicators. Our proprietary Relativity Index proved to have the highest Predictive Rate of Victory in football in 2011: teams better in that indicator went on to win 67.4% of all NFL games. You’ll notice that Predictive Rate of Victory grows stronger later in the year, as we develop a critical mass of data.


 Quality Stats 
Week 17-90-1610-69-79-79-70-168-87-9
Regular Season7-90-1610-69-79-79-70-168-87-9


 Quality Stats 
Week 19-70-160-1610-610-611-50-160-160-160-169-7
Regular Season9-70-160-1610-610-611-50-160-160-160-169-7


 Commonly Used Stats 
Week 110-69-712-410-69-75-1110-6
Regular Season10-69-712-410-69-75-1110-6

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