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Making the Prediction<br />
Introduction<br />	The ESPN Sports Network's analysts have all gotten sick from eating poorly made chicken salad and now p...
Task<br />	ESPN wants teams of three working on each game. First you have to find out what makes a good team by analyzing ...
Resources<br />	Use the following sources to find you data for your graphs<br />espn.go.com<br />nfl.com<br />pro-football...
Evaluation<br />
Conclusion<br />You have successfully supported your prediction for ESPN Sports Network through sound research, compiling ...
Credits/References<br />espn.go.com<br />pro-football-references.com<br />nfl.com<br />socialreseachmethods.net<br />image...
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Making the prediction

  1. 1. Making the Prediction<br />
  2. 2. Introduction<br /> The ESPN Sports Network's analysts have all gotten sick from eating poorly made chicken salad and now people are getting angry that they do not have their predictions for the next game.  ESPN wants you to help and will be giving you a game to make a prediction.  You have to prove to them that your prediction is good and needs to be supported with statistics. <br />
  3. 3. Task<br /> ESPN wants teams of three working on each game. First you have to find out what makes a good team by analyzing past greats and finding out their secret.  The you need to analyze both of the teams in the game you are predicting. Compare the two teams with the data you have collected through graphs.  Then write a report making inferences based on the information you gathers.<br />Pick a game to predict<br />Analyze past great football teams (What do they have in common) <br />Statistics to look at: TDs, TOP, Turnovers, 3rd down conversions, etc.<br />Analyze 1 football season<br />Graph the information<br />Identify what made the great teams great<br />Compare the teams of the game your predicting to the graphed information<br />Compare what the teams have done so far to the greats<br />Write a report on who should win and support your predictions using your data<br />
  4. 4. Resources<br /> Use the following sources to find you data for your graphs<br />espn.go.com<br />nfl.com<br />pro-football-reference.com<br />
  5. 5. Evaluation<br />
  6. 6. Conclusion<br />You have successfully supported your prediction for ESPN Sports Network through sound research, compiling information in graphs, and making inferences from that information.  No one can dispute you, because you made sure your information was sound by analyzing the median to see if the averages were good.  you also have done a great job working as a team to come up with a strong prediction. <br />
  7. 7. Credits/References<br />espn.go.com<br />pro-football-references.com<br />nfl.com<br />socialreseachmethods.net<br />images from google image<br />

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