Sunday, January 24, 2010

What will happen today in the NFL?

Today the AFC and NFC championship games will be played to see which teams will face each other in the Super Bowl. Here are predictions from the Wall Street Journal of all places. I'll be curious to see how this pans out. While the New York Jets at Indianapolis Colts prediction seems a safe one the Minnesota Vikings at New Orleans Saints one surprised me a bit. I usually turn to the WSJ for my finance news and to ESPN and NFL.com for my NFL news, but we'll see. Maybe they are using a Black-Scholes model or something similar to predict the outcomes.

3 comments:

FreakSmack said...

That second game was sloppy, but it kept me on the edge of my seat, with anticipation for who was going to try to lose the game more. In the end it was the gunslinger that cost his team a field goal attempt to win. Don't get me wrong, I love watching Favre play, but it just feels like a fitting end to his career... Maybe

FreakSmack said...

My captcha was nogoodd

T. T. Douglas said...

Hey FreakSmack, it's all over but the partying now. I guess it's fitting that the 2 number 1 seeds are in the Super Bowl. As a Dolphin fan, I am just happy that the Jets didn't somehow miraculously get by Indy. I couldn't have taken it if they made it to the SB.