Can’t wait until Sunday to know how the Super Bowl will go? Or are you like me and your only rooting interest is directly tied to the amount of money you’re prepared to lose with every bet you’ve made on Super Sunday?
No matter your level of interest in the game you might want to have an idea how things will unfold so as to save yourself the trouble of chasing your bad bets with even more degenerate prop bets. The prop bets we’ll breakdown tomorrow.
Today let’s talk about the big game. Specifically let’s talk about PredictionMachine.com’s 50,000 simulations of Super Bowl XLVII all of which indicate the San Francisco 49ers will defeat the Baltimore Ravens by the final score of 28-21.
But that’s just the tip of this betting iceberg. Statistical analysis whiz Paul Bessire developed and built the Predictalator a mathematic construct too complex for this gambling degenerate to understand. But I do know success when I see it and Bessire has correctly picked seven of the last nine Super Bowl winners.
Not just that but the Predictalator has even generated a box score for Sunday’s clash. Obviously it’s impossible to account for flaps such as injuries or even wardrobe malfunctions but in Bessire’s estimate Colin Kaepernick (who could have/should have been a Raider) is the favorite to win the MVP award on average going 17 of 28 for 231 yards, throwing for one TD while rushing for 38 yards on 6 carries.
Now keep in mind nothing is guaranteed. Don’t come crying to me on Monday if your bets leave you with the need to get some serious OT from your boss in February. That’s a YP, not an MP. None the less 50,000 simulations agree that there is 67% chance the 9ers will win, a 60% chance they’ll also cover the -3.5 spread and a 54% chance the game will go over its total. Bet at your own risk and enjoy the game responsibly. Be sure to get all your info now from PredicitonMachine.com.