I unfortunately had my 3rd losing week in a row during week 5, as I went 2-3 on my sides/straight plays, 1-2-1 on my teasers, and hence 3-5-1 overall. My winning sides/straight
plays were on Miami and Seattle, while my losing sides/straight plays were on Arizona, Cleveland, and Houston. My winning teaser play was on Miami/Seattle,
where as my losing teaser plays were on Pittsburgh/Miami
and Pittsburgh/Seattle. I pushed my teaser play on
After having my best start ever last season when I went a remarkable 59-21-4 (73.8 percent) on all of my plays during the first 10 weeks of the season, I am off to a very slow start this season. I am just 12--22-1 (35.3 percent) so far this season on all of my plays. I am 6-8 on my sides/straight plays and just 6-14-1 on my teaser picks. However, it should
be noted that I am just 0-4 on my close sides/straight plays
so far this season. Hence, if I had just split my close
sides/straight plays I would be 8-6 on my sides/straight plays
However, do not allow my slow start this season to spook you. What matters the most is a handicapper's long-term track record. Since the beginning of the 2006 NFL season (the year that I launched my current website) I have gone a documented 787-609-42 (56.4 percent) on all of my plays.
A long-term winning percentage of 56-57 percent is as good
as it gets when it comes to handicapping the NFL, and I certainly haven't forgotten how to handicap the NFL during the past month or so. Therefore I am cautiously optimistic that I will be able to turn things around this season.
How many public NFL handicappers have won on nearly 57% of their plays documented since the beginning of the 2006 season (on more than 1400 picks)? Not too many, that's for sure. And the rare few that you might find almost inevitably will charge more for their picks than I do, which I keep very affordable. Since 1999 I have had 13 winning seasons out of 18, with me hitting between 55% and 69% of my plays in 12 of my winning seasons while I hit on 46%-48% of my plays during my five losing seasons (48% three times, 47% once, 46% once). I also hit on 51.2% of my plays during the 2013 NFL season. I have proven that I am a long-term winner. If you get my plays not only is it highly probable that you will make money, but in the long-run you'll almost certainly earn higher returns betting my NFL games than you will engaging in virtually any other investment! And yes, that includes the stock market. So do the smart thing and purchase one of my pick packages (weekly, monthly, seasonal) during the 2015 NFL season and start sharing in my substantial profits wagering on NFL games. Having fun and making money at the same time. You can not beat that!