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How Do NFL Computer Picks Work?
The above table displays computer picks based on the last 100 NFL games played – it gives football bettors like yourself a data-backed look into which NFL games could be ripe for a bet.
Units Of Profit For NFL Picks: Profit And Closing Odds
This is a computer-generated pick that calculates profits off the last 100 NFL picks made, based on a bettor placing $100 on each game. “To Win” indicates any NFL picks -- straight-up or moneyline wagers -- that the player wins. “ATS” is a representation of the record based on wagers against the spread. “Total O/U” shows the record for both OVER or UNDER picks.
NFL Picks Record: Consensus Picks And Closing Odds
The first column in the above table is labeled “To Win,” the second “ATS” and the third “Total O/U.” “To Win” represents the record based on straight NFL moneyline bets. “ATS” indicates the record based on wagers placed against the spread. “Total O/U” represents the amount won OVER or UNDER wagers.
NFL Picks 2023-2024: NFL Schedule
The 2023–24 National Football League season is its 104th and officially began with the NFL Kick-Off Game on Thursday, Sept. 7, from Arrowhead Stadium, with the Super Bowl Champion Kansas City Chiefs hosting Dan Campbell and the Detroit Lions.
NFL Playoff Scores
The National Football League regular season wraps up on Sunday, Jan. 7, 2024, and the postseason begins on Jan. 13th. Super Bowl 58 is slated for Sunday, Feb. 11, at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada.
Looking For NFL Predictions?
Our computer generates expert NFL picks online and expert NFL predictions that can help you cover the point spread for every game. Review our computer’s NFL picks for this NFL week and take advantage of free picks before you place any money on the NFL.
NFL Expert Picks
Humans are biased and their opinions color their decisions – the same is true for football bettors. Machines don’t care if you love Justin Herbert or despise Russell Wilson. If the stats say that the Los Angeles Chargers will win and the Denver Broncos will lose, then the computer will tell you exactly that.
This is why advanced stats have grown in popularity for fantasy leagues, pro sports teams, agents and even the general stats geek. And it's why NFL computer predictions are coming to be relied upon more than the screaming, angle-quoting handicapper.
NFL Picks Against The Spread
Picking NFL games against the spread is one of the toughest tasks in sports betting. Professional handicappers can sell you their NFL picks ATS and you can try to figure out NFL picks ATS yourself, searching through:
Increasingly, bettors are relying on computers to do the work, in order to come up with unbiased, stats-focused predictions on NFL games throughout the regular season, including the Super Bowl. Of course, the output is only as good as the input. If the stats are accurate with significant handicapping measurements and if the formulas or algorithms are solid, then the resulting NFL computer selections will be reliable.
NFL Weekly Picks
Our free NFL picks at Odds Shark are generated by a computer algorithm that accounts for metrics such as injuries, the time of day, which day of the week it is, recent records, recent matchup records, and much more.
NFL Over/Under Picks And Pro Football Scores
If you aren’t entirely sold on which NFL team will win in any given football game, or you’d rather bet on the game itself instead of a particular team, get in on the betting action with a pick on the total. As opposed to taking a side, you wager on whether both football teams will combine for a final score of more than (over) or less than (under) the total number of points set by the oddsmakers.
A pick on the total makes late-game drives in matchups that are well out of reach exhilarating as they have the potential to push the points total over or under the line that was set. Odds Shark previews every NFL season game, offering expert analysis along with NFL betting picks on the over/under market.
Moneyline NFL Picks This Week
With NFL moneyline picks, you simply bet on which team will win the game, without any point spread. If you’re an underdog type of person, moneyline bets are great as far as increasing your profits go. For example, if Lamar Jackson’s Baltimore Ravens are a +10 against the spread vs. Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs, they could be up to +450 on the moneyline to win outright, which means a $100 wager would payout $450 (if the Ravens won).
NFL Score Predictions
Depending on how complex the formula is (does it include player data, weather variations, and depth chart consideration?), you could have more success picking NFL games at sportsbooks online. Of course, naysayers will always argue that a coin toss or some zoo animal will be able to do just as well predicting a Thursday night football score, but those are true flukes.
Monday Night Football Score
Computer picks are rooted in fact and stats. It's just a question of finding the right mix of data and math. Don't forget to weigh handicapping factors that you believe are relevant and important, like how an offensive line will hold up against the pass rush of the opposing defense or just how strong Josh Allen's passing game is. If you pinpoint that perfect mix, you should be able to find edges and advantages that you can exploit at the sportsbook window each Sunday (or Monday or Thursday).
Bookmark the Odds Shark NFL football picks page for updated computer-generated NFL picks. Best of luck with your NFL betting this 2023-2024 season.
NFL Picks FAQ
Do NFL computer picks always win?
No, as nice as that would be, unfortunately NFL computer picks do not always guarantee a winning wager at your favorite NFL betting site online. If NFL computer picks were to always win, then there would essentially be a screeching halt to betting on the National Football League, as sportsbooks would lose everything and cease to exist.
Why should I choose NFL computer picks?
You should consider choosing NFL computer picks because there’s no human influence, which means there’s no personal bias at play. NFL computer picks also don’t make mistakes in their calculations. National Football League computer picks are influenced strictly by facts and figures. On average, NFL computer picks are more accurate than the expert NFL football handicappers of the world.
Are NFL picks services worth it?
For some bettors, NFL picks services might be worth it. For other bettors, sports picks services may not be worth it. If you don’t have a full grasp in regards to how to bet on NFL games, picks services probably don’t make a whole lot of sense. But if you’re a pro at betting on football, it could be another way to get a leg up.