Supercomputer Makes Astounding Prediction for NFL Week 2

The NFL’s second weekend, and first full slate of games, will attract bets from the average Joe to professional bettors.

The Patriots are touchdown favorites in the Superdome against the Saints after getting stunned by the Chiefs in last Thursday’s opener. The Falcons are 2.5-point favorites at home against the Packers on Sunday night, and the Giants are 2.5-point favorites against the Lions on Monday night in a game that already has had plenty of line movement.

With so many eye-popping games and so many NFL odds on the move, you will want to know to what SportsLine’s advanced computer model is picking.

SportsLine’s Projection Model went an amazing 174-80-2 on straight-up NFL pickslast season — better than all 98 experts tracked by NFLPickWatch.

Every single one.

SportsLine computer picks also would have won more than 96 percent of CBS Sports Office Pools that made straight-up picks last season.

With Week 2 here, the computer simulated every matchup 10,000 times and came up with some surprising results.

One team the model loves in Week 2: the Carolina Panthers, who are 7-point favorites at home against the Buffalo Bills. SportsLine’s model has the Panthers winning 72 percent of simulations with a projected final score of 28-17. It has QB Cam Newton throwing for 247 yards and rushing for another 23 yards.

A shocker: SportsLine’s computers say the Tennessee Titans lose outright as 1.5-point favorites on the road against the Jaguars. SportsLine calls for the Jags to win 25-23, with Titans QB Marcus Mariota struggling mightily for the second straight week. The Jaguars have won the past three meetings at EverBank Field.

The model is also calling for another road favorite to get absolutely stunned in Week 2, meaning a big payday for anyone who bets on the big-time home underdog.

What NFL picks can you make with confidence in Week 1? Check out the NFL odds below and then visit SportsLine to see which NFL teams are winning more than 50 percent of simulations, plus see which side of Packers-Falcons is a virtual lock, all from the model that would have won 96 percent of football pools last season, as well as picks from 16 experts. 

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