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Heading into week 15 of the Bookies Battle Joe Porrello of the Cannery is still leading the way, but Cavin Kishi(Monte Carlo), and Jack Forst(Harrah’s) are nipping at his uhm, heels.
Last week Richard McInerney of NYNY went 12-3, and Tom Blazek(South Point), and Jeff Hoose(Luxor-Excalibur) went 11-4.
Here are your leaders and their selections for week 15:
JOE PORRELLO-Cannery last week 8 – 7, overall 118 – 89; JAC TB WAS GB MIN SEA MIA CAR IND CIN OAK DEN NYJ ARI BAL SF and Best Bet ARI
CAVIN KISHI-Monte Carlo last week 7 – 8, overall 116 – 91; ATL DAL NYG GB NO CHI MIA CAR TEN CIN DET NE PHI CLE BAL SF and Best Bet BAL
JACK FROST-Harrah’s last week 6 – 9, overall 115 – 92; JAC DAL WAS GB NO SEA BUF HOU TEN STL DET NE NYJ CLE BAL PIT and Best Bet PIT*
*see note below on line moves
And the Consensus picks:
CONSENSUS, last week 8 – 7, overall 109 – 98; JAC DAL WAS GB NO SEA BUF CAR TEN STL DET NE NYJ ARI SD PIT and Top Best Bet for the Consensus this week is the Pittsburgh Steelers with 7 Bookies making that their best play.
Line moves to consider this week:
Falcons line is ATL-13.5, Bookies picked this one at ATL-11.5
Dolphins game is OTB, but the bookies picked it at MIA-3.5
Bengals game is CIN-6.5, but the bookies picked that one at CIN-7.5
Steelers game is OTB, but the bookies picked it at SF-2.5
Top Bookies all picked the Ravens over the Chargers, but the Consensus has the Chargers. Top selection this week is the Green Bay Packers, with 43 outta 48 Bookies picking the Pack.
Took some time to go through these since week #2. I only counted games that were in the write-ups, and I only used the lines that the bookies picked the games at. It’s somewhat dismal, so if you use this info, do so at your own risk!
Top consensus plays are 5-8
Top Best Bets are 7-3
Top Bookies vs the Consensus picks(this has been profitable in the past) are 5-11