Sportspicker AI for the NFL Launches This Week!

Sportspicker AI for the NFL is here!

Week 2 of the NFL Season was another big one. The Chiefs and Patriots look unstoppable. Big wins for the Packers and Browns. Tough loss for the Chargers. Big injury news in Pittsburgh and New Orleans.

But perhaps the best news of all is that the Sportspicker AI data science team used the data they ingested into the AI model in week 1 to do a dry run of predictions in Week 2.

These picks were NOT released to the public, but if they had been, Sportspicker AI members would have recevied recommendations for 11 of the 15 games analyzed. Those 11 picks went 7-4 against the spread. Not bad. Not bad at all…

So, we are ready. The algorithms have been calibrated. The AI model has been fine-tuned. As promised, weekly NFL game predictions from Sportspicker AI are available NOW, starting with this week’s games!

Single Week and 4-Week packages are now available, in addition to the full season package. Just tap this button to learn more and sign up.


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