Top NFL Handicappers – Week 7
Woof! That was a rough week for the NFL handicappers as they got destroyed on totals and finished just below 50% against the spread. A few of handicappers that did the best to avoid the pitfalls of Week 7 were Brett Anderson (Sportsline), Walter Cherepinsy (WalterFootball), and Mike Tierney (Sportsline).
As you would expect, if the handicappers perform poorly overall, then our Consensus Picks also struggle as they went just 3-7. At least they hit .500 on the picks that had a net consensus of at least five.
Consensus Picks Recap
The Consensus picks finished Week 7 with a 3-7 (30%) record with 3-3 ATS and 0-4 on Totals.
Week 7 Picks
Here are the Year-to-Date results for the Consensus picks:
- Overall: 32-34 (48.5% / -5.4 units)
- Sides: 27-24 (52.9% / +0.6 units)
- Totals: 5-10 (33.3% / -6.0 units)
- 5+ Net Consensus: 19-14 (57.6% / +3.6 units)
Top Handicappers – Week 7
The collective picks from all handicappers struggled this week with an overall record of 63-87 (42.0%). They were better on ATS with a 58-59 mark (49.6%) but got destroyed on Totals with a 5-28 (15.2%) record.
Top Handicappers of the Week (multiple picks)
- Sportsline (Brett Anderson): 2-0
- WalterFootball (Walter Cherepinsky): 3-1
- Sportsline (Mike Tierney): 4-2
- CappersPicks (The Wise Guy): 2-1
- ESPN (Doug Kezirian): 2-1
Top Handicappers of the Week (single pick)
- Covers (Will Rogers)
- Covers (Larry Ness)
- SportsIllustrated (Max Meyer)
- Sportsline (Stephen Oh)
Top Handicappers – Season
Check out the Overall Leaderboard to see how all of the handicappers we track are performing. Need at least 5 picks to qualify.