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Dual-tiered power ratings for the 2019 NFL season, which allow you to get a projected score for each game.
A look at dual-tiered power ratings for the NFL, which allow you to project a score of each game.
Can Zimmer reproduce an elite defense with what is, on paper, less talent? Will Cousins prove he was worth the hefty price tag? These questions loom for the Vikes in 2019.
Has this team regained the hunger which seemed lacking early last season? Does the defensive line still have enough talent to provide the push they did in key moments in the past? Most importantly what’s the health status of Carson Wentz moving forward?
The Seahawks may have more questions than answers for the first time since 2011 and that leaves us with a lot to think about.
As a member of an AFC East division headlined by the New England Patriots, with no clear second choice in the preseason prognostications, the Bills could be a surprise team and it wouldn’t be that much of a stretch.
The Saints are a clear-cut favorite to win the Super Bowl, as they have been the best and most consistent team over the course of the season.
The Chargers still believe Rivers is capable of leading them to the Super Bowl, but this could be his last shot with so many young guns stepping up around the league.
In this Super Bowl edition of MarketWatch, I’ll focus on these publicly dictated side, total, and money line markets, looking for any evidence of potentially sharp involvement, while also considering how recreational money may have influenced these numbers over these past few weeks.