Americans can disagree on just about everything. From politics to music to who has the best chicken sandwich. There is one point however, that everyone agrees. The NFL is King. It was before sports gambling took over the conversation and it exponentially more now. My media appearances quadruple during the football season and on each one, without a doubt, the question I get asked most is: “What is your play of the week?” With all the new blood in the game, people are always pressing for the “Pick of the day.” I simply refuse to do that and by now you know why. Each game I bet has a 2-3 percent edge over the sportsbook, making any one game, just over a coin flip. Winning is a long term commitment based on multiple wagers over the course of a full season. Always beware of anyone offering a “Lock of the Week” because as we know, nothing is a lock in this industry other than if you keep betting someone’s “Bet of the Day,” you will go broke.
College football rebounded with a winning Week 3, going 8-4 (+8.8 units) overall – including 2-0 easy winners on our 3% FCS games. NFL totals and player props ended up in the black as well, going 9-8 (+.2 units.) With just two weeks before the playoffs begin, MLB plays went 2-1 (+.2 units). Overall for the week, KrackWins Nation went 19-13 (+9.2 units.)
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I am really looking forward to this weekend’s college football schedule. FSU-Clemson; Ole Miss-Bama; The Primes-Oregon; and Ohio State-Notre Dame. All told, at the end of the season we may look back at this Saturday as the best in NCAAF all year. Now, as members know very well, the games that draw the most TV eyeballs are usually not the ones where we find advantages. Over a half dozen NCAAF plays have been sent out to members so far and as of yet, none of the ranked matchups are on the list. That of course could change as we head closer to Saturday.
The WNBA Playoffs are off and running and MLB’s 12 game bracket is around the corner. Combine that action with the start of NCAAF conference play and the NFL four days a week and you have a full board to be aware of. Legitimate, professional handicapping is a full time job. It takes hours of work a day if you want to be successful. That’s the work the me and my team have been doing for decades the work we promise to always do for our members. We never take the trust you have put in us for granted so enjoy the games this weekend and let’s get after it.