The NFL Playoffs – Sportspicker AI Model Calibrated to Near Perfection

Sportspicker AI Members Have Profited From Outstanding Pick Accuracy

The calendar is about to flip from January to February, which means the NFL Playoffs have reached their final game, Super Bowl LIV. And oh what a ride it’s been. 4 Wild Card games, 4 Divisional Round games, and 2 Conference Championships were played, with plenty of drama along the way. Now the Super Bowl matchup is set. The Kansas City Chiefs will take on the San Francisco 49ers on February 2 in Miami, in what looks like a matchup for the ages.

But before we look ahead to the Super Bowl, it’s worth looking back at how we got here. And more specifically, how did Sportspicker AI fare at predicting the outcomes? How profitable was it for members? Spoiler alert…. VERY GOOD!

Wild Card Weekend. This first weekend of the playoffs didn’t look great on the surface. But looking deeper, there was clearly some real intelligence here. While Philadelphia was a trendy pick to win at home, Sportspicker AI correctly went with Russell Wilson and the Seahawks -2. And while we didn’t pick Tennessee over the Patriots, the AI model sensed that this was a dangerous game and wisely recommended no action. Yes, we were wrong on Buffalo and New Orleans, but hey, we missed the Bills by a single point….

Still, the numbers don’t lie. If your bankroll had been $1,000, it would have been reduced to $616, thanks to the -38.4% ROI.

Divisional Round. This is the weekend Sportspicker AI really shined for our members. The AI model was 3-1, returning members 44.9% ROI. So that $616 bankroll climbed back up to $892.

But again, even better than the raw numbers was how Sportspicker AI did it. Picking Kansas City -9.5 took some guts. But betting on the upstart Titans against heavily favored Baltimore took some real moxie and conviction, especially when 75% of casino money was on the Ravens. BOOM.

Conference Championship games. Sportspicker AI was a perfect 2 for 2, as we predicted that both favorites would cover the spread. Both did so quite easily. Sportspicker AI members enjoyed a whopping 90.9% return on investment. So that $892 bankroll ballooned up to $1,704! Cumulatively, that’s a 70% return on investment over the course of the Playoffs. Not bad for less than a month’s work…

The Sportspicker AI team is definitely looking forward to Super Bowl Sunday, but probably not as much as Sportpicker AI members are! Would you like to join us? If you’d like to join the Sportspicker AI community, click this button to view our various sports packages and sign up.


P.S. Don’t forget to check out our NHL Hockey and NBA Basketball packages. Hockey and basketball have traditionally been very strong sports for the AI model, and thus profitable for our subscribers!

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