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Week 3 results

After analyzing the NFL teams before the start of the season, is currently tracking their Super Bowl contender ‘SportSims Super 32’, week by week.

Tracking by wins and losses, is following the strength of their SportSims Super 32 rankings. Depending on the rankings of the two teams that played, if the higher ranked team won the game, it is considered a win. After the second week of the season, is 25-11. Six games were dismissed since stars were missing from the lineups on game day.

This week’s results:
1. New England defeated 24. Atlanta*
2. Dallas defeated 13. Carolina
3. Pittsburgh lost to 28. Cincinnati*
4. Green Bay defeated 32. St. Louis
5. San Diego defeated 9. Miami*
6. Minnesota defeated 19. San Francisco
7. New Orleans defeated 27. Buffalo
8. Tennessee lost to 22. New York Jets
9. Miami lost to 5. San Diego*
10. New York Giants defeated 23. Tampa Bay
11. Indianapolis defeated 12. Arizona
12. Arizona lost to 11. Indianapolis
13. Carolina lost to 2. Dallas
14. Chicago defeated 20. Seattle*
15. Washington lost to 29. Detroit
16. Kansas City defeated 18. Philadelphia*
17. Oakland lost to 25. Denver*
18. Philadelphia lost to 16. Kansas City*
19. San Francisco lost to 6. Minnesota
20. Seattle lost to 14. Chicago*
21. Baltimore defeated 31. Cleveland
22. New York Jets defeated 8. Tennessee
23. Tampa Bay lost to 10. New York Giants
24. Atlanta lost to 1. New England*
25. Denver defeated 17. Oakland*
26. Jacksonville defeated 30. Houston
27. Buffalo lost to 7. New Orleans
28. Cincinnati defeated 3. Pittsburgh*
29. Detroit defeated 15. Washington
30. Houston lost to 26. Jacksonville
31. Cleveland lost to 21. Baltimore
32. St. Louis lost to 4. Green Bay
* Games not counted in’s running tally because stars were missing from the roster on game day (due to injury or other factors).

When researching historical NFL statistics, player performances and team make-up, identified the key elements in all Super Bowl teams throughout NFL history. discovered was that all successful teams require eight Pro-Bowl level star players in key positions: four on offense and four on defense. Using this information, ranked all 32 NFL teams based upon their chances of winning the Super Bowl., a unique online franchise football simulation, allows subscribers to compete against other people in dynasty football seasons using customized game plans, team management, trading and a state-of-the-art Live Draft.’s Super Bowl prediction is for entertainment only and not for gambling purposes.

Check back in subsequent weeks to track the projections.