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Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About The Last Five Years Of NFL Conference Championship Games

The embedded Excel file contains several frequencies that break down the last five years of NFL Conference Championship Games.

Please keep in mind that this five year history is comprised of only 10 games, so the sample size is very low.

Never the less, we find it interesting to review this kind of data, and hope you find it informative as well.

BY ROLE

BY LINE

BY TOTAL

BY ATS AND TOTAL CORRELATED

BY LINE MOVE

BY TOTAL MOVE

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In the embedded Excel workbook below,  you will find the following worksheets:

  1. BY_ROLE – BREAKDOWNS BY VARIOUS ROLES
  2. BY_LINE – BREAKDOWN BY CLOSING LINES
  3. BY_TOTAL – BREAKDOWN BY CLOSING TOTALS
  4. BY_ATS_TOT_CORRELATED – BREAKDOWN BY ATS/TOTAL CORRELATIONS
  5. BY_LINE_MOVE – BREAKDOWN BY LINE MOVE DEFINED AS (CLOSING LINE) – (OPENING LINE)
  6. BY_TOTAL_MOVE – BREAKDOWN BY TOTAL MOVE DEFINED AS (CLOSING TOTAL) – (OPENING TOTAL)

Please note the following regarding the data:

    • On the Excel Web App toolbar of embedded spreadsheet, if you click the right-most button, View Full Size Workbook, the entire workbook will open for viewing in a new window

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We hope you find the information an asset to your handicapping and please visit our free site, GreyMatterStats, where we put this information at your fingertips.

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