A Computer Simulated The 2019 NFL Season 10,000 Times To Predict Win Totals, Postseason Chances For All 32 Teams

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Computer Simulated NFL Season 10000 Times To Predict Win Totals

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This week the NFL released the starting dates for 2019 training camps for all 32 teams as the league begins its historic 100th season.

The first teams to kick things off will be the Baltimore Ravens, Denver Broncos, Arizona Cardinals, and Seattle Seahawks, who will have their rookies report to camp on July 17th, with every player for all 32 NFL teams eventually showing up to training camp by July 26th.

Some fans will be more interested than others when camps open, as there have been some rather seismic changes in places like Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Jacksonville, New York, Miami, and Green Bay.

How these changes will work out are anyone’s guess at this point, but if we’re going to guess, we might as well do it right… with computers!

SportsLine used their Projection Model to simulate the entire 2019 NFL season 10,000 times in an attempt to predict the win totals and playoff chances for all 32 teams.

Let’s see what the computer determined and then speculate wildly about its accuracy, shall we? We shall.

AFC East
New England Patriots: 11.1 wins and 91.6 percent postseason chance
New York Jets: 7.7 wins and 24.0 percent postseason chance
Buffalo Bills: 6.6 wins and 9.7 percent postseason chance
Miami Dolphins: 4.1 wins and <1.0 percent postseason chance

AFC North
Cleveland Browns: 9.4 wins and 57.9 percent postseason chance
Baltimore Ravens: 9.1 wins and 49.7 percent postseason chance
Pittsburgh Steelers: 8.8 wins and 46.4 percent postseason chance
Cincinnati Bengals: 6.3 wins and 7.3 percent postseason chance


 

AFC South
Indianapolis Colts: 9.2 wins and 59.2 percent postseason chance
Houston Texans: 8.1 wins and 33.2 percent postseason chance
Tennessee Titans: 7.2 wins and 22.0 percent postseason chance
Jacksonville Jaguars: 7.2 wins and 20.2 percent postseason chance

AFC West
Kansas City Chiefs: 10.9 wins and 85.7 percent postseason chance
Los Angeles Chargers: 10.2 wins and 75.1 percent postseason chance
Denver Broncos: 7.2 wins and 15.1 percent postseason chance
Oakland Raiders: 5.2 wins and 2.2 percent postseason chance

NFC East
Philadelphia Eagles: 9.4 wins and 68.0 percent postseason chance
Dallas Cowboys: 8.3 wins and 40.8 percent postseason chance
New York Giants: 7.0 wins and 16.9 percent postseason chance
Washington Redskins: 6.5 wins and 13.9 percent postseason chance

NFC North
Chicago Bears: 8.9 wins and 53.2 percent postseason chance
Green Bay Packers: 8.3 wins and 41.1 percent postseason chance
Minnesota Vikings: 7.9 wins and 33.1 percent postseason chance
Detroit Lions: 7.7 wins and 28.0 percent postseason chance


 

NFC South
New Orleans Saints: 10.6 wins and 86.9 percent postseason chance
Atlanta Falcons: 7.7 wins and 26.4 percent postseason chance
Carolina Panthers: 7.2 wins and 18.4 percent postseason chance
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 6.3 wins and 10.5 percent postseason chance

NFC West
Los Angeles Rams: 10.1 wins and 78.3 percent postseason chance
Seattle Seahawks: 9.0 wins and 54.9 percent postseason chance
San Francisco 49ers: 7.6 wins and 26.1 percent postseason chance
Arizona Cardinals: 5.4 wins and 3.6 percent postseason chance

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