Like my grandparents used to tell me, patience is indeed a virtue. Careers, relationships, gardening and certainly sports gambling…all require steadfast dedication and always seeing the big picture. If you position yourself correctly over and over, don’t go overboard and let the chips fall into place…good things will happen. The opening weekend of the NFL Season saw new jurisdictions taking NFL bets for the first time, tons of betting options, a few real beatdowns and of course, the yearly crushing of the souls of all Jets fans.
It was the mid-90’s all over again as the Cowboys and 49ers looked like the studs of the NFC, dominating two other 90’s stalwarts – the Giants and Steelers. In very Jets fashion, they won but Jets lost, losing their latest savior to a torn Achilles on his first drive of the game. It was sour opening week for KrackWins as we unusually struggled with our player props, going 6-10 (-5.4 units) overall in NFL plays. As we have discussed, losing weeks happen here and there but we always come out on top so to you new folk, stay on course as we continue to grind into week 2. Remember, NFL Week 2 is all about tempering the overreactions from Week 1. The Bengals are not suddenly bad and Tampa Bay isn’t suddenly good, as things start to fall where they should as the season goes on.
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College Football saw the fall of Alabama and the continued rise of the Colorado Buffalos. We did not find great traction with our plays, going 6-7 (-2.8 units.) Weeks 3 and 4 in NCAAF provide a mix of interconference and out of conference games and we have sent several out to our members already as we look to flip the script this week. As you know we are still hitting Major League Baseball, going 2-1-1 on our MLB picks last week. Overall, we went 14-18-1 (-7.6 units).
Remember, good week or bad, our message is the same – always make sure you follow our bank roll percentage guidelines. Even if you have had a bad week, you cannot chase one week to the next and the percentage that you bet on each game remains the same. We are primed for a big NFL week 2.