Using the same NFL prediction engine that accurately picked the winner in 67.8 percent of 2014 regular season games - and which currently boasts an 8-2 postseason record - we simulated Super Bowl XLIX 1,001 times.
Will it be the old guard of Bill Belichick and Tom Brady or the reigning champion Seattle Seahawks? See which team our engine favors.
We used our NFL simulation engine and the collective wisdom of the WhatIfSports.com editorial staff to tackle some of the most popular prop bets of Super Bowl XLIX.
What will be the result of the coin toss? How long will Idina Menzel's national anthem last? What color will Bill Belichick's hoodie be? We make our predictions for these pressing matters and more.
With a victory over the New England Patriots, the Seattle Seahawks would become the eighth franchise to win back-to-back Super Bowls, joining the likes of the 1966-67 Green Bay Packers, the 1992-93 Dallas Cowboys and the 2003-04 Patriots.
Using our NFL simulation engine, we placed every back-to-back champion, as well as the 2013 and 2014 Seahawks, into a round-robin tournament.
Hardball Dynasty player and Kinsella world commissioner overeasy joins us for our latest User Interview. Overeasy is a 10-time World Series champion in HBD and also won 11 conference titles during a 29-season Hoops Dynasty tenure. Among the topics discussed, overeasy offers great Hardball Dynasty budgeting tips and shares some valuable league rules to improve world competitiveness.
Ohio State knocked off both No. 1 Alabama and No. 2 Oregon to claim the inaugural College Football Playoff National Championship. Before the Buckeyes call it a season, we have one more challenge.
Using our college football simulation engine, we played a round-robin tournament featuring OSU and all 16 BCS national champions to see how the Buckeyes fare.