Bing performed horribly with its NFL Week 2 predictions

Every week, Bing uses search, social, and other relevant data to make intelligent predictions about upcoming NFL games. Week 2 of the NFL just passed. How did Bing perform? Let's take a look.

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Week 2Bing's pickGame winner
Broncos vs ChiefsChiefsBroncos
Texans vs PanthersPanthersPanthers
Patriots vs BillsBillsPatriots
Cardinals vs BearsBearsCardinals
Chargers vs BengalsBengalsBengals
Titans vs BrownsBrownsBrowns
Lions vs VikingsVikingsVikings
Buccaneers vs SaintsSaintsBuccaneers
Falcons vs GiantsGiantsFalcons
49ers vs SteelersSteelersSteelers
Rams vs RedskinsRamsRedskins
Dolphins vs JaguarsDolphinsJaguars
Ravens vs RaidersRavensRaiders
Cowboys vs EaglesEaglesCowboys
Seahawks vs PackersPackersPackers
Jets vs ColtsColtsJets


Out of the sixteen games in Week 2, Bing correctly predicted only six games. That's a 37.5% accuracy score. If I was gambling, I probably wouldn't rely too much on Bing's predictions. Perhaps it'll do better next week?

You can see the predictions by typing "NFL predictions" in the Windows 10 search form or at Bing makes predictions about upcoming events, like sports games, reality TV shows, and more. You can read more about it here. If you're a huge NFL fan, make you have the NFL apps installed on your Xbox and/or Windows 10 device. Check out our NFL apps hands-on video if you haven't seen it yet.

The Windows Central office is based in Boston, so we're happy with the New England Patriot's win. Did your favorite NFL team win this week?

Mark Guim

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