What Does A 0-2 Start Indicate There’ll Be No Playoffs?

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Oct/07/2017

In any business endeavor, when you understand how your market trend behaves, you are able to figure out how much profit you’ve made progress in terms of business and other things with regard to your business.

Pay per head bookie business is no exception. When as a bookie you understand NFL trends, you will better handle any situation in your bookie business.

That is why, many pay per head bookies, including those that have been in the online gaming industry find it challenging when a team that was well-trusted starts with a 0-2 loss. They are left wondering whether or not there would be playoffs. What is your view?

In order to answer the question whether or not there will be playoffs when a renowned team starts with a 0-2 loss, it is important to look at what history reveals.

Thankfully, for pay per head bookie and their agents that have been here, maybe a year two or three ago, they can perfectly remember the following three typical examples:

In 2014 it was Indianapolis Colts

In 2015 it was a turn for Houston Texas as well as Seattle Seahawks

In 2016, just last year, it was a turn of Miami Dolphins

The above are just from three years ago. There are several other living examples in the past few years that show how teams that started off badly finally faired.

Of all the three teams that were listed above, if by now you can remember very well, Indianapolis Colts performed very well. After the Colts lost to the 2016 Champions New England Patriots, in what is referred to Deflate-Gate infamous game, all sports bettors and pay per head bookie agents were shocked.

It is good to remember that Deflate-Gate was not just any regular team or an underdog on that match. In fact, we are talking of the AFC Conference Championship, a big thing for the team but yes, Indianapolis Colts showed their prowess.

There are several examples anyone who has been around can always refer to. Miami is one of them when they lost 12-30 to Pittsburgh during the Wildcard Game. Additionally, everyone knows how the Dolphins worked extremely hard to reach to the playoffs after losing 0-2 at the very start of the season.

Later, it was impressive that the Dolphins actually won 7 out of 9 games and booked a ticket to the post season.

That is why in 2017, these teams are likely to make the playoffs:

·      L.A. Chargers

·      Cleveland Browns

·      New York Jets

·      Chicago Bears

·      Indianapolis Colts

·      San Francisco 49’ers

Pay per head bookies that use the online bookie software at Premier Per Head should be on the watch as well as enthusiastic bettors.

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