The Seahawks and the Broncos will only play once for the title of Super Bowl champion. The game won’t be played on a computer, but on the field. But that doesn’t stop people from trying to guess what will happen on the field, with what happens in a computer simulation.
As the quarterback debate (it’s short of a controversy right) rages on in Philadelphia, the discussion is regarding whether Nick Foles is better for the Eagles than Michael Vick. Vick was injured in the Eagles 36-21 win over the Giants, and Foles came in and impressed, throwing for two touchdowns and zero interceptions.
The Jacksonville Jaguars are a bad team. Not just your average, every day, NFL bad team, but perhaps a bad team of historic proportions.
Notre Dame has a legendary college football program, and just saying the words “South Bend,” makes you think of Saturdays in the Fall.
The Eagles have the 11th ranked offense in the simulations, and the 29th ranked defense. Their greatest strengths are “speed and tempo,” and their greatest weakness is listed as “uncertainty.”
A mock draft done by a computer simulation says the Eagles should take OG Warmack in Thursday’s draft.
A computer simulation says the 1971-72 Lakers would defeat the 2012-13 Miami Heat.
A computer model run 50,000 times says the Phillies have a 2% chance of winning the World Series.