Neil Best leaves no stone unturned in the world of sports media.

Computer sez: Pats to win Sunday, 77.2 percent of time!

(Credit: Watchdog)

WhatIfSports.com, which calls itself “the Web’s leading sports simulation site," played Super Bowl XLII 10,001 times, the result of which was an average projected 30-16 victory for the Patriots.

The site, which correctly predicted the past four Super Bowls and last weekend’s conference title games, projects 234 passing yards for Tom Brady, five catches for 99 yards by Randy Moss and two interceptions thrown by Eli Manning.

The Pats won 77.2 percent of the 10,001 projected games.

Inspired by all this, I am going to run a projected result of the 10,002 e-mails I have received this week.

Check www.WhatIfIStartToIgnoreThem.com to see whether I can keep up or whether I throw my laptop into the Grand Canyon to make it stop.

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