The two contestants for Team Odds Shark in the Ultimate Football Challenge of the Golden Nugget had results that are very different in Week 6 months, together with one of these rising up into the Top 10 while another dropped significantly in the standings. Harry GagnonsCuseboy entry went an impressive 6-1 on a mix of five college soccer (4-1) along with 2 NFL selections (2-0), along with his lone loss came about the Michigan State Spartans because 10.5-point road underdogs at a 38-0 loss to the Wisconsin Badgers on Saturday.
Otherwise, Gagnon correctly picked the Texas Longhorns (+11.5), Iowa State Cyclones (-10.5), Utah Utes (-14) along with Washington Huskies (-6.5) in college football. From the NFL, he had a set of winnings in the Houston Texans (+5) and Detroit Lions (+4.5). After that performance, Gagnon is tied for eighth in the area of 282 contestants in 28-13-1.
Cousin Sal Iacono was about the opposite end of the spectrum to get the group in the supreme Football Challenge with a disappointing 2-5 markers to tie for 88th. Sal sat only one game behind Gagnon heading into Week 6 having a 21-13-1 album but went 1-2 on his college football picks with the Miami Hurricanes (-2.5), Oklahoma Sooners (-11.5) and Iowa Hawkeyes (+3.5). Then in the NFL, the Cleveland Browns (+1.5), Atlanta Falcons (-2.5) and Los Angeles Chargers (-7) let him down. Providentially, the Cincinnati Bengals (+11.5) came through with a late touchdown to cover the spread due to his next success to salvage his week to some level.
It was a wonderful week for a few Odds Sharks entrants from the NFL-only Circa Sports Million. Kris Abbott went a perfect 5-0 using all the New England Patriots (-17), Carolina Panthers (-2), Seattle Seahawks (-1.5), New Orleans Saints (+1.5) and Arizona Cardinals (+2.5). Moreover, Joe Osborne was 4-1 with champions about the Bengals, Seahawks, Minnesota Vikings (-3) and San Francisco 49ers (+3.5).
After going 3-2 to the third time in six 21, Jon Anik improved to 17-13 complete. Anik directs four team entrants from the worlds biggest pro football handicapping contest with Paulo Antunes also going 3-2 to move to 15-15. Clay Travis moved 3-4 in the William Hill College Pickem competition as well to fall to 20-22 overall.
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