TeamRankings Premium Services FAQ
July 18, 2017 - by Seth Trachtman
An FAQ for users of TeamRankings premium picks, especially our betting picks.
September 4, 2012 - by David Hess
Wondering why we're projecting the San Francisco 49ers to decline by several wins in 2012? Or why we think the Eagles are a good bet to top the NFC East rather than the defending Super Bowl champion Giants? Just as we did with our college football preseason rankings, here are all of the underlying statistical components that went into our 2012 NFL preseason rankings.
August 30, 2012 - by David Hess
We've showed you our rankings and projections, and a lot of lists and picks derived from those. But how did we come up with the preseason ratings in the first place? In this post we lay out exactly why each team is rated where they are, and how their individual rating components combined into an overall team rating.
March 15, 2011 - by David Hess
Do you have a questions about our models or picks? Chances are, we answer it here, or at least point you to another page that has the info you're looking for. Read on to find descriptions of our predictive models, what our confidence ratings mean, and why you're seeing red (and green).
March 12, 2011 - by David Hess
This post is the last of a four part series describing our ratings and models. We use six different statistical models to predict the outcomes of games, and to make picks against the spread, over/under, and money line. Read on to find out how each model works, and what the strengths and weaknesses of each are.
March 11, 2011 - by David Hess
In Part 3 of a 4 part series describing our ratings and models, we compare our Predictive ratings to the Pomeroy ratings, examining pros and cons of each approach. We also compare the accuracy of the two systems, for this year's games.
March 10, 2011 - by David Hess
Today's post deals with the differences between our various power ratings, including how win credits are assigned in each. If you're curious about why we have multiple ratings, or if you're trying to decide which rating would be best for a particular purpose, this post is for you.
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