What If Sports NFL Picks?

If you’re looking for some expert NFL picks, you’ve come to the right place. At What If Sports, we use our proprietary simulation engine to make predictions for every NFL game. Check out our picks for Week 1 and see if we can help you make some winning bets!

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In this What If Sports NFL Picks column, we will be looking at the top 5 NFL picks for the upcoming week. We will be using the What If Sports simulation engine to predict the outcomes of these games.

What if the NFL were to institute a new rule that allowed any team to score one point whenever they want?

If the NFL were to institute a new rule that allowed any team to score one point whenever they want, it would have a major impact on the game. This would change the way teams approach both offense and defense, as well as how they game plan for their opponents.

On offense, teams would be more likely to take more risks, going for the big play more often in an effort to score more points. This could lead to more exciting games with higher scores, but it could also lead to more turnovers and less consistent scoring. Defensively, teams would have to be more disciplined in their gameplanning, as they would need to be able to stop their opponents from scoring at will. This could lead to boring games with low scores, but it would also make defense more important than ever before.

Ultimately, whether or not this change would be good for the NFL is up for debate. Some fans may enjoy the higher scoring games that this rule change would create, while others may prefer the defensive battles that would result. What is certain is that this rule change would have a major impact on the way the game is played and could drastically alter the competitive balance of the league.

What if the NFL decided to do away with the extra point altogether?

In order to add more excitement to the game of football, the NFL has decided to do away with the extra point. This means that after a touchdown is scored, the scoring team will no longer have the opportunity to kick the ball through the uprights for an extra point. Instead, they will have to go for two points.

There are a few different ways that this could be done. The first option is that the team could line up and attempt to run or pass the ball into the endzone for two points. This would be similar to what is currently done in college football. The other option is that the team could line up at the one yard line and attempt to punch it in for one point, just like in Canadian football.

Either way, this change would add a lot more excitement and drama to NFL games. It would also make things far more interesting for fans who love to bet on NFL games. With so much on the line, every touchdown would mean so much more than it does now.

What if the NFL made a rule that said any team could challenge any call by the officials?

In today’s What If, we look at what would happen if the NFL allowed teams to challenge any call made by the officials.

The NFL has a pretty extensive list of reviewable plays, but there are always going to be calls that are missed or officiating errors that can’t be corrected under the current rules. This can be frustrating for teams, players, and fans alike.

Under this What If scenario, any team could challenge any call made by the officials. This would include things like pass interference, holding, illegal hits, and more.

There would obviously be some challenges that would be frivolous and waste everyone’s time, but on the whole thiswould give teams a chance to correct bad calls and help ensure that the correct call is made on the field.

What if the NFL decided to have a playoff game between the two best teams in each conference?

The National Football League (NFL) is a professional American football league consisting of 32 teams, divided equally between the National Football Conference (NFC) and the American Football Conference (AFC). The NFL is one of the four major professional sports leagues in North America, and the highest professional level of American football in the world. The NFL’s 17-week regular season runs from early September to late December, with each team playing 16 games and having one bye week. Following the conclusion of the regular season, six teams from each conference (four division winners and two wild card teams) advance to the playoffs, a single-elimination tournament culminating in the Super Bowl, which is usually held in February. The league is headquartered in Midtown Manhattan.

What if the NFL decided to have a rule that said any team could kick a field goal from anywhere on the field?

We asked What If Sports’ NFL simulation engine to find out. The result: A whole lot more points would be scored, Dude.

Based on 10,000 simulations of the 2019 season, the average NFL game would see 63.5 points scored if field goals could be attempted from anywhere on the field. That’s up from the current average of 46.8 points per game. And get this: In nearly 27 percent of those simulated games, 100 or more points were scored. One hundred!


In the end, the What If Sports NFL Picks tool is a great way to make sure you’re on the right track when it comes to your NFL picks. It’s easy to use and it gives you a lot of information to help you make your picks.

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