Mr. Over/Under Divisional Round Betting (Final Season Record: 121-59-3, 67.2%, $1,259... Obviously, the best winning percentage in America by ANY foot

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Final Regular Season Record: 121-59-3, 67.2%
Final Regular Season Amount: +$1,259
*Historic, country-leading 29-2 run in Weeks 14-17 (Still looking to see if that?s ever been accomplished in NFL gambling history)

Over/Unders???. 20-9 (69%! Best in America this season for over/unders?)
Spreads?????... 15-9-1 (62.5%)
Teasers?????.... 38-16 (70.4%)
Props??????.... 16-15-2 (51.6%)
ML???????...... 2-0 (100%)
2nd Half????...? 4-4 (50%)
Live?????....?.. 26-6 (81.2%! Probably best in America this season for live bets)
(Parlays: 1-1, not reflected in my overall $$ amount or record)

Postseason: 7-5, 58.3%, +$6 (Over/Unders: 0-3, Teasers: 1-0, Props: 3-1, Live: 3-1)


Strange 7-5 start to my 2015 playoffs, as that ?lost? Arizona/Carolina under -- which was one of the best calls in recent postseason memory, considering the Cardinals set an NFL record for fewest total yards in a postseason contest -- is ultimately what led to me basically being even, resulting in a very undeserving $150ish swing against me. As people pointed out across the country, it was one of the biggest bad beats in NFL playoff history, but you just can?t dwell on it. We?ve now arrived to the Divisional Round, as hard as that is to believe, so let?s see what we can work with:


4-Game Teaser
Spurs -1 (NBA)
SEA +1?
DAL +18?
IND/DEN O40? - $65 to win $50
Analysis: I very rarely will combine an NBA game in one of my football teasers, but playing the struggling Timberwolves (Potentially missing Shabazz Muhammad as well) makes them a very safe option when they just have to win, so that secures one spot. As for the other three inhabited by playoff football, one, you have to take Seattle just to win at home against an unspectacular Panthers team that didn?t even look impressive in beating a very banged up Cardinals squad. The Seahawks have been amongst the hottest teams in football over the past couple of months, and it especially stayed that way down the stretch, so you have to expect them to win at least one playoff game, let alone at home where they never lose. Dallas getting 18? at Green Bay is normally a strategy I don?t go for in teasers (Betting on a team on the road against Packers, Saints, Patriots, and Broncos has probably burned more teasers than any other scenario over the past few years) but with Aaron Rodgers not at 100%, this is a game they actually have the potential to win outright. And as for the last leg of this teaser, it?s Peyton Manning against Andrew Luck in what has become a haven for overs throughout the former?s tenure in Denver. Looks like a very nice teaser to me, and remember, I haven?t lost a teaser bet since Week 13 (15-0 over the past five weeks, which is the best active streak in the country right now for teasers, obviously) so hopefully this legendary streak will continue.


Cole Beasley O3 Receptions - $39 to win $30
Analysis: You just knew I was going after this one again. Last week, I had about twice as much on the Cole Beasley over receptions prop (Which was only 2?, remember!), and it won fairly easily. This Dallas game should have more scoring than last week?s affair, and thus more going on with the passing game led by Tony Romo, who has made it pretty clear that Beasley has developed into one of his favorite targets out of all his weapons. In fact, Beasley has drawn a whopping 17 targets over the past two games combined! Beasley?s emergence actually reminds me of the path taken last postseason by Griff Whalen, who rewarded me big-time when I successfully cashed my biggest bet in the entire playoffs on Whalen Over 3 Catches, which, ironically, took place in the Divisional Round against the Colts. I don?t like going to the well too often, as the saying goes, which is why this isn?t a big bet -- at least not yet, it isn?t -- but given how the Cowboys offense has performed over the past several weeks with Beasley?s activity, needing only three catches on what should be six or more targets makes this a very solid bet.



Yes, not much of a Divisional Round betting card thus far, but of course, I?ll most likely add more action. But in terms of spreads and over/unders, it?s tougher than your average slate.
 
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Re: Mr. Over/Under Divisional Round Betting (Final Season Record: 121-59-3, 67.2%, $1,259... Obviously, the best winning percentage in America by ANY football handicapper this yr. Very awesome honor)

Correction: The Griff Whalen reference should say "for the Colts" in the Divisional Round last year, of course
 
#3
Re: Mr. Over/Under Divisional Round Betting (Final Season Record: 121-59-3, 67.2%, $1,259... Obviously, the best winning percentage in America by ANY football handicapper this yr. Very awesome honor)

Adding:

Car/Sea Under 40.5 - $30 to win $23
 
#4
Re: Mr. Over/Under Divisional Round Betting (Final Season Record: 121-59-3, 67.2%, $1,259... Obviously, the best winning percentage in America by ANY football handicapper this yr. Very awesome honor)

I think the Colts can beat Denver. Will play them on the Cap +7.5.
 
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Re: Mr. Over/Under Divisional Round Betting (Final Season Record: 121-59-3, 67.2%, $1,259... Obviously, the best winning percentage in America by ANY football handicapper this yr. Very awesome honor)

I think the Colts can beat Denver. Will play them on the Cap +7.5.
Agreed, they absolutely have a legit chance of winning outright, making that a solid bet. I would bet that at least one of the underdogs wins today, actually, although I ultimately feel that will be Dallas winning straight up. Aaron Rodgers banged up and not 100-percent, while Dallas clearly in a special groove right now. They've finally been getting some breaks this year and that trend could continue, along with their usual strong play this year, which could help propel them into the conference title game.
 
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Re: Mr. Over/Under Divisional Round Betting (Final Season Record: 121-59-3, 67.2%, $1,259... Obviously, the best winning percentage in America by ANY football handicapper this yr. Very awesome honor)

Adding another prop, which will be my biggest bet of the day it looks like:


Emmanuel Sanders O5? Receptions - $92 to win $80
Analysis: This bet has really grown on me, and for good reason. One, it should be a no-brainer that this game is high-scoring. It's Andrew Luck vs Peyton Manning in a haven for overs that should feature a lot of high-volume passing. Two, while Manning has been off the past handful of weeks, that actually might help us, as he might be leaning extra on his safest wr, that being Emmanuel Sanders, who is utilized anywhere on the field, which also could point to additional targets. Sanders has topped 5? catches and been as consistent as any receiver in football all year long, making him reliable when it comes to a bet like this in a high-scoring affair.
 
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Re: Mr. Over/Under Divisional Round Betting (Final Season Record: 121-59-3, 67.2%, $1,259... Obviously, the best winning percentage in America by ANY football handicapper this yr. Very awesome honor)

Taking something else from 4 o'clock game:

Colts/Broncos O53 (-120) - $30 to win $25
 
#8
Re: Mr. Over/Under Divisional Round Betting (Final Season Record: 121-59-3, 67.2%, $1,259... Obviously, the best winning percentage in America by ANY football handicapper this yr. Very awesome honor)

I can name 4 guys who had a better then 67% winning record this year and reaching 70%. So, shouldn't they get the honor? Obviously?

CH Ballers
General Tso
Degenchat
T-Time

All documented https://www.westgatedestinations.co...s-hotel-casino/casino/supercontest-standings/
 
#9
Re: Mr. Over/Under Divisional Round Betting (Final Season Record: 121-59-3, 67.2%, $1,259... Obviously, the best winning percentage in America by ANY football handicapper this yr. Very awesome honor)

I can name 4 guys who had a better then 67% winning record this year and reaching 70%. So, shouldn't they get the honor? Obviously?

CH Ballers
General Tso
Degenchat
T-Time

All documented https://www.westgatedestinations.co...s-hotel-casino/casino/supercontest-standings/
Okay, I stand corrected. Was unaware that anyone actually hit 70%... although that's in FAR less bets (I bet more than TWICE as many games as them; I'd love to see if any of those guys could actually maintain that percentage in a much larger sample size... like I did), but still 70% nonetheless and they deserve amazing acclaim for those seasons, without question.

Thank you for pointing that out, as I was actually legitimately interested to see where my own performance this year stood amongst the best in the country. Obviously, it's not standing as No. 1 and my thread titles will be changed accordingly after this week.

At the same time, I'm still seeking to see if anyone over the course of time has ever had a 29-2 run, like I accomplished in Weeks 14-17. So until someone points out otherwise, my 29-2 run ranks as the best extensive run in recent memory, if not all time (In terms of winning percentage, of course. Not money).

By the way, how'd you do this year, 'Trends?
 
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Re: Mr. Over/Under Divisional Round Betting (Final Season Record: 121-59-3, 67.2%, $1,259... Obviously, the best winning percentage in America by ANY football handicapper this yr. Very awesome honor)

Zylbert, do you spit or swallow when self-fellating?
 
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Re: Mr. Over/Under Divisional Round Betting (Final Season Record: 121-59-3, 67.2%, $1,259... Obviously, the best winning percentage in America by ANY football handicapper this yr. Very awesome honor)

Zylbert, do you spit or swallow when self-fellating?
Lol if you went on a 29-2 run over a four week period, or simply experienced the type of amazing season I just had, wouldn't you be excited about your incredible accomplishment also? I'm really not even trying to brag, it's just awesome pulling off such a feat that [apparently] has never been accomplished before (The 29-2 run). If someone else has ever done it, I'd really, really love to know.
 
#12
Re: Mr. Over/Under Divisional Round Betting (Final Season Record: 121-59-3, 67.2%, $1,259... Obviously, the best winning percentage in America by ANY football handicapper this yr. Very awesome honor)

I think the Colts can beat Denver. Will play them on the Cap +7.5.
Nice call lol very impressive. I thought only one underdog would win this weekend (Dallas) and almost nailed it. If not for one of the worst blown calls in the history of professional sports, it would've rang true
 
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Re: Mr. Over/Under Divisional Round Betting (Final Season Record: 121-59-3, 67.2%, $1,259... Obviously, the best winning percentage in America by ANY football handicapper this yr. Very awesome honor)

Nice call lol very impressive. I thought only one underdog would win this weekend (Dallas) and almost nailed it. If not for one of the worst blown calls in the history of professional sports, it would've rang true
Cowboys probably should have had that game. But i could go either way on that call. I'm not too negative on the call like half the gambling nation was.
 

George753

EOG Enthusiast
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Re: Mr. Over/Under Divisional Round Betting (Final Season Record: 121-59-3, 67.2%, $1,259... Obviously, the best winning percentage in America by ANY football handicapper this yr. Very awesome honor)

By my prediction i think the Colts can beat Denver. As they absolutely have a legit chance of winning outright. They are performing very well this year.
 
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Re: Mr. Over/Under Divisional Round Betting (Final Season Record: 121-59-3, 67.2%, $1,259... Obviously, the best winning percentage in America by ANY football handicapper this yr. Very awesome honor)

:LMAO:doh1:lol

Zylbert! Check in, dude. What is going on with you in MLB? What a fucking massacre!
 

George753

EOG Enthusiast
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Re: Mr. Over/Under Divisional Round Betting (Final Season Record: 121-59-3, 67.2%, $1,259... Obviously, the best winning percentage in America by ANY football handicapper this yr. Very awesome honor)

I think the Colts can beat Denver. thinking to play on caps..​





 
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