Now I know you're probably not all too familiar with the game, since we are a proud Rugby nation.
But I know for a fact that any sports bettor is looking for that one edge against the book makers
So from The Winning Streak Team, I want to show you how you can make money from America's favourite sport.
So let's start at the beginning
The men who control all the on-field mayhem
I’m sure you’ve seen that one guy on the side of the field, screaming into his headset while covering up his mouth.
They are playing a physical game of chess, with each player on the field as their chess pieces.
They have their own unique set of speciality’s the coaches use at their benefit.
And just like every chess game, every move is noted and recorded for study later on. This is one benefit to the game of Football and its where statistics successfully contribute to a winning forecast, game after game.
With soccer, the ball is passed sideways, backwards and forwards, with American Football the balls main objective is to go straight.
The one stat you need to know
With Statistics you can draw a clear picture of what might happen.
All the statistics are done for you, with the NFL compiling huge amounts of stats on every game, all you need to do is note them and pick out the most important ones.
So as I’ve made clear the main objective is to move the ball forward.
What you need to know is how efficient a team is doing this.
Knowing a team’s efficiency is different from knowing the amounts of points they scored in a particular game as well as the yards gained.
A more efficient team will more than likely beat a team that’s not.
You’ll find this by looking at ‘Average Yards Gained’ per play.
How to use ‘Average Yards Gained’ to help you find winners
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