Pickswise is the home of the Super Bowl Computer picks and Super Bowl score predictions. Our Super Bowl computer picks are solely based on statistical analysis and event simulation and due to their objectivity, are popular among Super Bowl bettors. A Super Bowl computer pick rids the prediction of any human bias or influence, resulting in a totally unbiased, and stats-driven prediction for the big game. For the thoughts of our expert handicappers, which can be used in tandem with our computer picks, check out our Super Bowl Predictions and Super Bowl Prop Bets pages today!
One of the most popular and useful ways to make the most of our Super Bowl computer picks are for the NFL computer picks score predictions. For every game of the NFL season, including the Super Bowl itself, our supercomputer generates a score prediction as a result of over 10,000 stats-based simulations.
A computer pick score prediction allows us to compare them with real-time odds to highlight the best betting opportunities in the Super Bowl. It’s also a great tool for sports bettors to reaffirm what they may already be looking to wager on and plenty of users make use of our player stat computer predictions for the likes of fantasy football and their Super Bowl Prop Bets.
In our Super Bowl computer picks and predictions, you will find the current spread line for the Super Bowl as well as our supercomputer’s probability projections for each team to cover the spread along with their odds to do so. Lines do change throughout the game week, particularly with the Super Bowl with a two week build-up, so our Super Computer continually updates to reflect and react to these changes, probabilities, and stats.
In our Super Bowl computer picks and predictions, you will find the current total points line for the Super Bowl as well as our supercomputer’s probability for both the over or under hitting. Much like the spreads, the total points line moves throughout the game week and in the build-up to the Super Bowl so our supercomputer continues to update the probabilities as information comes to light or when the lines or odds change with the sportsbooks.
The supercomputer also predicts the outcome of each NFL game of the year including the Super Bowl itself. Moneyline wagering is the simplest form of sports gambling, simply picking who will win the game. The supercomputer will calculate the chances of each team winning the match, as per the 10,000+ simulations it runs for each game. It also details the current odds for each team to win on the Moneyline.
One of the most popular and commonly wagered Super Bowl Prop Bets among sports bettors is player touchdowns. The three ways you can wager on a touchdown score are First Touchdown & Last Touchdown which offer bigger odds but bigger risk and difficulty, or you can wager on an Anytime Touchdown scorer, leaving the whole game open for your ticket to cash. Our supercomputer runs over 10,000 stats-based simulations to provide a full game prediction and does so by simulating individual player stats before building a bigger picture. With this, we have touchdown predictions for the Super Bowl highlighting the probability of both First and Last Touchdown Scorers, as well as the probability of the player scoring anytime during the Super Bowl. All of which are great tools to use ahead of making those Super Bowl Touchdown Scorer wagers
Another great use of our supercomputer is the projected player stats for the top expected players in the Super Bowl. Along with touchdown wagers, you can also wager on player prop bet markets such as over or under set lines around receiving, rushing, passing, or scrimmage yards. The core of our supercomputer is based on player performance simulations so our computer projections have yardage calculations as well as touchdown probabilities, which can be a great tool for deciding on those players’ prop bet wagers.