@David got news for you dude. The Steelers are not my team. The Eagles are. I am not about to tout them as #1 as I feel they are not close yet..... Although I am happy they are 3-0. Maybe even make the play offs this year if I am lucky...
@David OK, so the Broncos played 3 teams.... I do not get your point. Also, what is my excuse? Really, it is about me now? You seriously have issues or you are in HS.... Walt just put out his new rankings and has your team #4. I see nothing wrong with that. Others probably have them #1 or #2... That is fine also. You can make your rankings anyway you like. Just stop the hating on other rankings. These are opinions. Just because someone does not agree with yours they are wrong? Grow up Dave...
This is a compilation of what the top handicappers in the Las Vegas Hilton Super Contest are selecting each week. I'd like to thank Matvei for sending this over and providing great analysis for it.
Here's how to read the chart below:
- The first team is the sharps' pick.
- The first number is how many sharps are taking that team.
- The figure in the parantheses is the difference between the number of sharps taking that team versus the number of sharps betting against them.
- The second team is the opponent.
- The number at the end is the number of sharps taking the opponent.
Here's this week's Sharps picks:
Seattle 16 [16*] St Louis 0
San Francisco 21  Arizona 6
Detroit 13 [13*] Minnesota 0
Atlanta 15  Carolina 3
New England 12  Washington 3
Houston 14  Cincinnati 6
NY Giants 12  Dallas 4
Green Bay 13  Oakland 6
San Diego 7  Buffalo 2
Tampa Bay 6  Jacksonville 3
Tennessee 11  New Orleans 9
Miami 7  Philadelphia 5
NY Jets 6  Kansas City 4
Chicago 7  Denver 6
Indianapolis 3  Baltimore 2
Please note that the Seahawks and Lions both have much better lines in the contest than they do at the moment in Vegas (both -7), which ought to explain the preponderance of action on their side(s).