The Konosa pro football pick system (version 1.0.0)

Green Bay Packers @ Minnesota Vikings

Sunday, November 23, 2014

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This contest was a 3-point win for the Packers. The final score was GB 24 to MIN 21.

Model 1 Analysis

Model 1 is a static model. The displayed group names will remain the same from week-to-week, at least for the duration of the current season. While Model 1 is largely less relevant in determining a pick for a game, it provides a much easier way to produce a narrative regarding a game, and therefore we feature it first when discussing games.

This game is considered a "group 5" game for the Packers. The model feels that this game is 36% indicative of how Green Bay might perform in its next game against an opponent that is similar to the Vikings.

NFL teams prevail in 100% of these games. They are often marked by early leads that hold up for the course of the game. They are broadly seen as top-quality games and are the type of contests that coaches aspire to achieve.

This game is considered a "group 4" home game for the Vikings. The model feels that this contest is 42% indicative of how Minnesota might perform in its next game against an opponent that is similar to the Packers.

NFL host teams prevail in 13% of these games. They are frequently characterized by turnovers and falling behind early. They are broadly seen as low-quality home games and are the type of contests that leave fans a bit sick.

Overall, within Model 1, this game is presently considered to be 60% relevant in predicting the next game that either Green Bay or Minnesota might play.

Model 3 Analysis

Model 3 is an evolutionary model. The displayed group names may change from week-to-week. The Model 3 analysis is most often considered more relevant in determining a straight pick in a pro football game.

This contest is considered a "group 0" game for the Packers.

This game is considered a "group 0" home game for the Vikings.

Overall, within Model 3, this game is presently considered to be 53.29% relevant in predicting the next contest that either Green Bay or Minnesota might perform.