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Inspiration for Seahawks logo visits Seattle with assist from Patriots fan (Yahoo Sports) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
A "transformation mask" that is normally on display at a museum in Maine can be currently found in Seattle. Yahoo! Tue, Jan 27
 
Simulator runs Super Bowl matchup 50,000 times, and winner is ... (Shutdown Corner) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
The Super Bowl has a point spread that is very close in Las Vegas, but a computer simulator has figured out who will win. Using an astounding array of analytics, the Predictalator on PredictionMachine.com ran 50,000 simulations of Super Bowl XLIX. And 57.5 percent of the time in its simulations, the Seattle Seahawks beat the New England Patriots. And from these tens of thousands of simulations, the site has the Seahawks most likely winning by a 24-20 score. According to the folks who run the Predictalator, the Seahawks are “simply, the team more capable of dominating.” “ For the second year in a row, we like Seattle when the vast majority of the public – over 70 percent based on available betting information – believes the AFC is going to win. Much of that perception is likely based off of what happened during conference championship weekend,” Paul Bessire, general manager of PredictionMachine.com told Yahoo Sports. “ I would caution against that mindset, acknowledging that the most important player on the field for the Seahawks (Russell Wilson) had the worst day of his professional career against one of the best teams in the NFL and Seattle still won. It’s tough to expect anyone, Wilson or otherwise, to play that poorly in the Super Bowl. If he and the team around him play up to expectations, Seattle looks like a clear favorite.” The site uses a variety of inputs to generate strengths and weaknesses for each team, and then lets it simulate 50,000 games. Each game simulates each play, making for a maddening amount of data to cull. Last year, the Predictalator went against conventional wisdom and picked the Seahawks to beat the heavily favored Denver Broncos. Seattle won 43-8. In the scenario that emerged from the 50,000 simulations this year, the Seahawks limit Patriots quarterback Tom Brady to 235 passing yards (the Patriots were 3-4 this season in games that Brady threw for less than 250 yards, including Week 17 when he was pulled after playing in the first half). As for Brady and the Patriots, not even deflate-gate could touch the Predictalator. Not even once in 50,000 simulations. “Every ball in every simulation we conduct in the regular or postseason is inflated to the proper 12.5 to 13.5 PSI. In 50,000 simulations, that’s a whole lot of balls, none of which seems to lose two-plus PSI during the games,” Bessire said. “That’s 1.5 million properly inflated balls for a normal game and 6 million for this week. It’s an assumption worth revisiting for future seasons, but, fortunately the Super Bowl is the only game all year in which the NFL provides all the balls.” Yahoo! Tue, Jan 27
 
Marshawn Lynch's tussle with media, NFL a brilliant move (Yahoo Sports) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
The Seahawks running back's refusal to answer questions has aided in his fame and popularity. Yahoo! Tue, Jan 27
 
Super Bowl caps season of turmoil in league (AFP) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
Seattle take on New England in what promises to be a compelling Super Bowl 49 on Sunday, but the title showcase caps a season of turmoil in the NFL. Commissioner Roger Goodell has been at the center of the storm as the league grappled -- often clumsily -- with charges of violence by players against women and children that put fans and sponsors on edge. Goodell was lashed for his handling of Ray Rice, the Baltimore Ravens running back who knocked out his then-fiancee Janay Palmer in a casino elevator. A probe conducted by former FBI director Robert Mueller uncovered no evidence that the league had seen the video of the punch, but scolded the NFL for failing to conduct a more complete investigation. Yahoo! Tue, Jan 27
 
Wilson recalls watching as a kid while Brady won Super Bowls (The Associated Press) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
Tom Brady began winning Super Bowls when Russell Wilson was still a teenager, tuning in to see the big game on TV. ''Of course I remember watching Brady,'' Wilson said Tuesday. Hopefully he doesn't make too many incredible ones this year.'' When Wilson leads the Seattle Seahawks into the Super Bowl against Brady and the New England Patriots on Sunday, both quarterbacks know the outcome will affect the way each is viewed for quite a while. Wilson can become the eighth starting QB to win consecutive Super Bowl championships, and the first since Brady did it 10 years ago. Yahoo! Tue, Jan 27
 
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