least $1,000 to a weekly winner, rain or shine. As an added bonus, the player who makes the most accurate predictions at the end of the season will receive $5,000.
You can start a pick’em pool with your friends, family, or coworkers and choose from a wide range of games, including straight-up picks, against-the-spread picks, survivor pools, confidence points, and many more. Get started right away by signing up to play on your computer or through the CBS Sports app.
You can get football predictions for every game from a tested NFL system.
During the first week of the NFL season, we’ll suggest one team to root for. The Miami Dolphins will open the season with a victory over the New England Patriots at home, according to SportsLine’s cutting-edge computer model, which replays every NFL game 10,000 times.
The Patriots went 10-7 last year and were eliminated by the Bills in the wild card round, while the Dolphins finished 9-8 and missed the playoffs. After trading five draft picks to the Chiefs for Pro Bowl wide receiver Tyreek Hill, however, Miami hopes to make significant progress.
Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is expected to reach his full potential after the addition of Hill and Jaylen Waddle as dynamic wide receivers. They’ll be put to the test early on by the Patriots’ pass defense, which ranked second in the NFL a year ago. However, the loss of J.C. Jackson in the offseason is likely to have hampered that unit’s performance. In nearly 60% of simulations, the model predicts a Dolphins home victory. Right now is the time to commit to a pool and secure your selections.
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