Week 11 was a brutal week for most of the NFL handicappers as they come in with a collective winning percentage of just 43% overall. As a result, our Handicapper Consensus also finished with a losing record ATS for the first time since Week 5. Hopefully, a little Thanksgiving week action will get the NFL handicappers back on track.
Consensus Picks Recap
The Consensus picks finished Week 11 with a 3-5 (37.5%) record.
Week 11 Picks
Here are the Year-to-Date results for the Consensus picks:
- Overall: 38-40-1 (48.7% / -6.0 units / -7.0% ROI)
- Sides: 35-31-1 (53.0% / +0.9 units / 1.2% ROI)
- Totals: 3-9 (25.0% / – 6.9 units / -52.3% ROI)
Top Handicappers – Week 11
The collective picks from all handicappers finished with a losing record this week at 74-98-3 (43.0%). They were on the down side ATS with a 66-85-1 mark (43.7%) and lost on Totals with a 8-13-2 (38.1%) record.
Top Handicappers of the Week (multiple picks)
- CappersPicks (Wesley Scott): 2-0
- WalterFootball (Walter Cherepinsky): 4-1
- ActionNetwork (PJ Walsh): 3-1
- ActionNetwork (Sharp Report – RLM): 3-1
- CappersPicks (Shane Mickle): 3-1
- Sportsline (Tom Fornelli): 3-1
- Sportsline (Larry Hartstein): 3-1
Top Handicappers of the Week (single pick)
- BetQL (Against Public)
- Covers (Dave Cokin)
- Sportsline (Computer)
Top Handicappers – Season
Check out the Overall Leaderboard to see how all of the handicappers we track are performing. Need at least nine picks to qualify.
Top Handicappers – Win %
Top Handicappers – Units
Top Handicappers – ROI
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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