NFL Betting Summary- 2014 Season

Using a model developed with Wayne Winston, I posted the bets I would make against the spread from Week 9 onward for the 2014 NFL season and 2015 playoffs. The model did very well, going 79-63.

When betting, you must perform well enough to make money after the betting market takes their cut (the vigorish). Typically, you bet $110 to win $100 if you are correct. If you had bet $110 on each game I suggested, you would have made $970, a return of 6.2% on the total $15620 bet.

Here are the links to each week of suggested bets (for posterity sake):
Super Bowl: 1-0
Conference Championship: 1-1
Divisional Round: 3-1
Wild Card Round: 3-1
Week 17: 8-8
Week 16: 11-4
Week 15: 7-9
Week 14: 6-9
Week 13: 10-6
Week 12: 8-6
Week 11: 9-5
Week 10: 6-7
Week 9: 6-6

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