We’re getting out of the pick-posting business. Rufus explained why on his Twitter feed September 8. Quoting @RufusPeabody here…
“Not blogging @MasseyPeabody NFL plays this year. Why? It’s one input to my betting but not the only one. It doesn’t feel right to give out a ‘model play’ on, for example, the Bengals, while I’m not betting it myself because of my other inputs (player-level stuff).”
“We’ll still publish our NFL power ratings every week, and I’ll give out a few plays on @BetTheProcess. You can easily calculate MP lines by looking at the difference in team ratings and adding in home field advantage (on average about 2.4 points).”
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“In short, the information that went into the picks the previous decade is still there, and still free. You can still bet based off of it or use it as a data point for your betting, but you’ll just need to do a *little* bit more work.”
“Giving out picks is the thing I least like to do in this space. I hate the tout space (including the free tout space). It started as a way to show that our rating system actually had value, but now it’s become a chore, and one I don’t like.”