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predictions than Lions fans http://www.authenticsdallascowboys.com/cheap-tyrone-crawford-jersey , and they expect a loss Every week many of you here at BTB are polled on various things concerning the team and matters across the NFL. This is part of SB Nation’s new FanPulse tool. One of the things each fan base is asked every week has to do with their upcoming game and the confidence surrounding it, from a point spread-perspective. Fans are asked how many points they expect their team to win or lose by. It’s interesting to see which fan bases have the best grip on their team so far this season.Cowboys fans predicted wins in all three of their previous gamesFanPulse data has shown us how fickle Cowboys fans can be (they only have 6% confidence in the team as an example), but how correctly have BTB’s voices predicted the first three games of the season? Much like the real Cowboys, they are 1-2.Week 1: FanPulse predicts Cowboys win by 6, Cowboys lose by 8Week 2: FanPulse predicts Cowboys win by 4, Cowboys win by 7Week 3: FanPulse predicts Cowboys win by 6, Cowboys lose by 11Cowboys fans have been off by an average of 11.3 points per game this season, but you’ll note that FanPulse expected somewhat easy wins in Weeks 1 and 3 and that those ended up being wide swings because of losses. Lions fans have yet to correctly predict a Detroit gameAs mentioned, this data is accrued all across SB Nation. Considering the Cowboys are hosting the Detroit Lions this week, how has the FanPulse of Pride of Detroit done in terms of seeing the future?Week 1: FanPulse predicts Lions win by 8, Lions lose by 31Week 2: FanPulse predicts Lions win by 1, Lions lose by 3Week 3: FanPulse predicts Lions lose by 9, Lions win by 16Lions fans have been off by an average of 22 points per game this season, but they’ve had some pretty huge outliers twice in just three weeks. They got surprisingly round-housed by the New York Jets in their season opener and took down the vaunted New England Patriots last week which was http://www.authenticsdallascowboys.com/cheap-kavon-frazier-jersey , understandably, a game many Lions fans expected to be a loss. From a technical perspective Cowboys fans are closer to scores, but again this is some weird data so far. Dallas fans did correctly foresee a win against the Giants, Detroit supporters have yet to correctly predict a game but they were definitely pleasantly surprised with what happened against the Pats.How do Cowboys and Lions fans feel entering Week 4?The reality of the NFL, heck the reality of life, is that when something good happens our confidence is significantly boosted. The opposite is, of course, also true; when we smell smoke we typically scream fire. Cowboys fans are feeling lower than they have in quite some time and the Lions are coming off of beating the Patriots on primetime. Both predictions certainly reflect that.Cowboys fans predict Dallas will lose by 1Lions fans predict Detroit will win by 6There’s a disparity of seven whole points at stake here. For what it’s worth Bovada currently has the Cowboys as three-point favorites which is essentially just the home-field advantage. Who will ultimately be right? Remember that if you want to be part of BTB’s FanPulse that you can do so by signing up by clicking here or following the prompt below!FanPulse: Cowboys fans experienced an injection of confidence after the latest win There’s a simple truth that is yet to be defeated in the long history of sports: Winning. Cures. All. The Dallas Cowboys won last Sunday and improved to 2-2 on the season. They experienced quite the long week leading up to the Lions game, and the sky is definitely more blue (and silver perhaps) since the scoreboard locked in their favor. This idea was proven to a great degree with last week’s FanPulse data. After a rough Week 3 loss in Seattle there were hardly any Cowboys fans with confidence left in the direction of the team. Cowboys fans have bounced back on the confidence scaleRooters of America’s Team have bounced back and forth this season when it comes to confidence. Shocker of the century here, but Cowboys fans’ confidence has basically moved as the team’s wins and losses have. They started high, plummeted, pulled back up, almost touched the lava on the ground, and suddenly the pulse is alive once more. Dallas fans experienced the fourth-largest jump in confidence across all teams from Week 4 to Week 5 Youth Travis Frederick Jersey , but to be fair if you’re sitting at 6% and pull off a win you have almost nowhere to go but up. Fans of the Patriots, Cardinals, and Bengals all jumped higher than the Cowboys, but those teams find themselves in different positions. New England hadn’t looked like New England early on and finally did, Arizona got to see their rookie quarterback and future, and Cincinnati’s offense looked of supreme quality against the Atlanta Falcons in a big win for them (and nice bonus for us!).It also bears mentioning that last week’s game against Detroit was the first time this season that Cowboys fans predicted a loss for the team. Thankfully they were wrong, putting fans at 1-3 on the season when it comes to predictions, a whole game worse than the actual Cowboys.This week Cowboys fans have bounced back in more ways than their confidence. They’re once again predicting a win, but so is the FanPulse contingent that represents the Houston Texans. Confidence is contagious, I suppose.Things are getting shaky across the NFC EastOn a division-wide confidence scale there seems to be a bit of panic setting in with some of our foes. The Philadelphia Eagles started off on quite the strong note in their Super Bowl title defense, but losing to the Tennessee Titans can shake things up. Grid ViewOver in New York fans of the Giants have started to realize what the rest of the world has known for quite some time... Eli Manning is not very good.Redskins fans are feeling confident, but that will happen when your last win was against Aaron Rodgers and you have nothing but idle hands (Washington was on a bye last week). We’re a quarter of the way into the season for 75% of the division and teams are starting to fully become who they’ll be. Which of these four teams ultimately has the most right to be as confident as they are?We’ll have to wait and see. If you want to be part of the Blogging The Boys Fan Pulse sign up below or by clicking right here.
 
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