The Week That Was: How Our Picks Performed

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September 16, 2020 4:12 PM

The NFL is officially back and what a week it was, not only for football in general but for those bettors that tailed our picks! This past week saw NFL, College Football and the US Open tennis finals and our predictive analytics model absolutely crushed it.

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🏈 College Football: Saturday Spread

 

An absolutely ridiculous start to the weekend here, where not only did all three of our top picks cover as underdogs, but they all WON their respective games.

Georgia Tech +12.5 @ Florida State ✅

Arkansas State +13 @ Kansas State ✅

Louisiana +12 @ Iowa State ✅

See for yourself: Last week’s Saturday Spread


 

🏈 NFL: Sunday Spread

 

If not for a disappointing display from the Browns, we could’ve had another clean sweep with our NFL picks. The Cardinals and Jaguars made up for it though, with two massive wins against favored opposition.

Cardinals +6.5 @ 49ers ✅

Browns +7.5 @ Ravens ❌

Jaguars +8 vs. Colts ✅

See for yourself: Last week’s Sunday Spread

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🏈 NFL: Top Five anytime TD scorers

 

Our model had the hot hand going with its TD picks this weekend, with four of our top five getting in for six, including a huge day out for Josh Jacobs who got across the line THREE times against Carolina.

Ezekiel Elliott ✅

Christian McCaffrey ✅

Josh Jacobs ✅ ✅ ✅

Saquan Barkley❌

Dalvin Cook ✅ ✅

See for yourself: Last week’s most likely TD scorers


 

🎾 US Open Tennis

 

Through the 2020 US Open at Flushing Meadows, we provided daily picks with a solid success rate, with many days bringing profits.

But before all of that, we predicted the winners of the men’s and women’s draws including a top pick of Naomi Osaka!

This is what our tennis expert wrote about Osaka before the tournament 👇

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At just 22 years old, Osaka has already won two majors and has plenty of upside. Due to a weakened field she’ll likely be one of the top five seeds and has proven that she’s got what it takes to string a whole tournament together. Although she hasn’t been flawless, Osaka has a couple of wins under her belt leading into the tournament and could be building towards something big. We wouldn’t be surprised if she was supported in the market before things get underway.