Top NFL Handicappers – Week 2
The second week of the NFL season didn’t go as well as the first for the NFL Handicappers who came up with a losing record overall. As such, our Consensus Best Bets also fell short of break-even with a 5-6 record for Week 2.
The top handicappers that were best able to navigate the difficult week included David Bearman (ESPN), Brett Anderson (Sportsline), Walter Cherepinsky (WalterFootball, and Stuckey (ActionNetwork). Read on to see which handicappers are leading the way early for the season.
Consensus Picks Recap
The Consensus picks finished Week 2 with a 5-6 (45.5%) record with 3-4 ATS and 2-2 on Totals.
Week 2 Picks
Here are the Year-to-Date results for the Consensus picks:
- Overall: 14-9-1 (60.9% / +4.1 units)
- Sides: 10-4-1 (71.4% / +5.6 units)
- Totals: 4-5 (44.4% / -1.5 units)
Top Handicappers – Week 2
The collective picks from all handicappers finished with a losing overall record this week at 124-132-3 (48.4%). They were on the downside ATS with a 96-101-1 mark (48.7%) and also took a loss on Totals with a 28-31-2 (47.5%) record.
Top Handicappers of the Week (multiple picks)
- ESPN (David Bearman): 2-0
- Sportsline (Brett Anderson): 2-0
- WalterFootball (Walter Cherepinsky): 4-1
- ActionNetwork (Stuckey): 9-3-1
Top Handicappers of the Week (single pick)
- Covers (SpreadKnowledge)
- ESPN (Doug Kezirian)
- Sports Illustrated (Casey Olson, Dr. Roto, Frankie Taddeo, Ian Ritchie, Mitch Goldrich, Roy Larking, Scott Atkins)
Top Handicappers – Season
Check out the Overall Leaderboard to see how all of the handicappers we track are performing. Need at least 1 pick to qualify.
Top Handicappers – Win %
Top Handicappers – Units
Disclaimer: Picks are recorded as of the Saturday prior to the NFL games for the week so that we can provide our Consensus Picks. The handicapper records shown may not reflect all of the recommended wagers by that handicapper and does not take into account any variation of units recommended by the handicapper.
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