What We Learned: Mid-Season Report
|Written by The Team @ EA Sports Consultants|
|Monday, 24 October 2011 22:04|
Since we are halfway through the NCAAF Season and over a quarter of the way into the NFL, we thought this was a great time to take a look back and investigate what we have learned during the season’s first two months. It has been a fine season thus far at EA Sports Consultants; where we have been on fire the last month. Returning customers over 5 times their initial investment.
One thing that we have learned is that college football has never been more unbalanced. It is a clear case of the “haves and have not’s”. Going into the weekend the Top Ten teams in FBS have produced an unbelievable record of 57-13 ATS. That is an incredible winning percentage of 81.5%. Another amazing stat is favorites of 20 points or more are covering the spread at an unheard of 65% clip. What a headache for books and bookies everywhere!
The most glaring statistic that sticks out so far in the NFL is the rate at which games in the league are going Over the posted total. Brady, Brees and Newton are all on pace to rewrite the record books like never seen before.
Prior to last weekend Overs were hitting at a rate of 66%. The average total in the NFL last week was 46, the highest ever it has been in the league. With the weather turning colder and books beginning to adjust we would suggest giving the Under a good look going forward.
Boise State is and has been the real deal for a long time. They are a machine that destroys anything in their path. Anyone left doubting them should have their football-viewing license revoked permanently.
We thought that McNabb and the Vikings were horrible and that has since been confirmed. Donavan McNabb is one of the most overrated quarterbacks in the history of the game and over the last two years has been exposed for the average quarterback that he is.
We also learned that the LSU Tigers are absolute killers. They have brought new meaning to the phrase “anywhere anytime”. They started the season smacking Oregon on a neutral field, traveled to Starkville and busted up a ranked and hyped Mississippi State squad and then went to Morgantown and embarrassed the Mountaineers on their home field at night. If that wasn’t enough, they took apart Tennessee in Knoxville by 30 some. Note to self: Don’t mess with these Tigers.
Going forward we are really excited and feel there are going to be some tremendous opportunities to make a bundle of cash on the horizon. With Overs coming in at an unreal rate and top ranked teams running the table each week, these anomalies are setting us pros up for an amazingly profitable second half of the football season. The first phase of the 2011-2012 season at EA Sports Consultants has been very good, we look for the next phase to be GREAT!
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