Many fans and analysts liken American football to a game of chess. Each team strives to stay one step ahead of its opponents, and the team with more talented players can lose any game if their gameplan is poor. With machine learning, the NFL can develop tools to help its teams optimize their in-game strategies, and put players in the best position for success.
In an arena where any slight edge could mean the difference between winning and losing, machine learning has never been more important in sports. As the industry becomes more and more inundated with data, sifting through information to create meaningful insights is paramount to the success of sports organizations around the world.
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