NFL Handicapping – SuperContest Update

A record 1,727 entries in the 2015 SuperContest

FairwayJay 29-10-1 ATS and Top-5 through 8 Weeks

I receive many inquiries about my football picks each week. Over the past month more bettors have become members as both my NFL and college football plays have produced plenty of profit.

Members who join my service also receive my weekly NFL SuperContest picks. Following a 16-3-1 ATS start through the first four weeks, we’ve continued our strong selections and remain in the top-5 out of 1,727 entries. Last week’s 5-0 sweep brought our record to 29-10-1 ATS through 8 weeks, and we’ve had seven winning weeks picking five games each week against the set lines @LVSuperBook in Las Vegas.

The SuperContest standings show us in the top-5, and to be in the top-10 you have to be hitting at least 72% ATS; top-25 – 69% and the top-50 entries are currently hitting 65% or better against the spread (ATS). The top-50 places get paid, and the top-9 all receive at least $75,000 with first place pulling down over $900,000 in a top-heavy prize structure with less than 3% of the entries being paid.

The SuperContst has become extremely popular with more articles, posts and social media coverage than ever before. After going 51-34 (60%) in last year’s SuperContest and finishing top-80 (6%) out of over 1,400 contestants and entries, I decided to enter again this season at the urging of one of my betting partners from last season.

While we’re doing great, I know a few bad weeks or unfortunate breaks in games can be the difference between a top finish or out of the money. The SuperContest also features a final three weeks ‘mini-contest’ with the winner getting $15,000. Last year we finished 17-3 in the final four weeks, and what I would give for that late kick down the stretch this season!

Regardless of how we finish in the SuperContest it’s fun to go through the handicapping process and be rewarded with weekly winners; especially for members who trust your expertise and are rewarded with more winners than losers.

Thanks to those that send messages, support and members who profit from the experience.

Author: FairwayJay

FairwayJay is a leading national sports analyst and is recognized as one of the sports industry's most insightful handicappers and professionals. Follow him on Twitter: @FairwayJay