Kicker Predictatron- Week 14

It was a wild week 13 in the NFL with shock results, lots of touchdowns and some really poor kicking?!? That weirdness was reflected in a set of disappointing Predictatron results. It managed a paltry 9 correct predictions, had 10 underestimates (+40 points) and a whopping 13 overestimates (+43). Although the raw results weren’t great the majority of our overestimates (9) were only in the region of a missed point or field goal (1-3 points) so it shouldn’t have lost you too many games 😉

The worst overestimates; Oakland, Green Bay, New England and Miami (4, 5, 6 and 7 points respectively) all belonged to high powered offenses that had bad weeks and we can take some solace in the fact that Green Bay and Miami were highlighted as potential under-performers.

The biggest over performers of the week belonged to Atlanta and Dallas (8 and 10 points respectively). Neither made our overperformers alert, but the two teams we did highlight Baltimore and Indianapolis, Baltimore exceed their prediction by 1 points whereas the Colts just made their minimum output.

This week the Predictatron issues an underperformer alert Green Bay, Jets and Kansas City for and thinks that Chicago, Indianapolis and Oakland have the best chance of over performing their predicted output.

TEAM HIGH LOW
Arizona 12 9
Atlanta 10 5
Baltimore 10 5
Buffalo 7 6
Carolina 10 7
Chicago 8 5
Cincinnati 9 4
Cleveland 10 7
Dallas 9 5
Denver 17 9
Detroit 8 6
Green Bay 17 9
Houston 8 6
Indianapolis 6 3
Jacksonville 11 7
Kansas City 15 10
Miami 7 6
Minnesota 9 5
New England 10 8
New Orleans 10 7
NY Giants 7 6
NY Jets 17 9
Oakland 4 2
Philadelphia 7 6
Pittsburgh 10 7
San Diego 7 4
Seattle 11 10
San Francisco 8 6
St. Louis 10 7
Tampa Bay 17 9
Tennessee 9 5
Washington 13 6
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