The World Series of Handicapping puts the best handicappers in the world up against one another during the football season in attempt to pick the most winners and gain the most units. So far this year those handicappers have not disappointed.
Heading into week six the handicappers are ready to challenge for the top of the leaderboard but first let’s take a look back at week 5.
Week 5 was a very tough week for all the handicappers as no one went undefeated. In fact the best record of the week was 5 wins and 2 losses. Eleven handicappers ended week 5 with that record but it was flyingjets who finished on top of the leaderboard. Flyingjets placed the right unit amount on his picks and gained +19.60 on the week. Icevancise jumped in at second with a return of +17.50 and SocraticMethod tied for third with a +13.30 return.
Petrogia is still setting the pace as he finished at 5-2 and is still firmly placed at the perch of the overall leaderboard. The overall record for Petrogia is an amazing 26-8-1 and +75.20. Jaykatt sits at 2nd with a record of 24-11-1 (+43.40) and Bluenose is third 20-13-2 (+33.3).
Now on to the consensus picks. Last week the consensus finished 2-1 on the week with big winners on the Bears and the 49ers. IN week six the most consistent play among the handicappers is not even close. The New England Patriots are getting the most attention as they were selected as a 7-unit play six times by the leaderboard.
The Bengals were a big play as five handicappers selected them as a 5-unit play. Finally the Ravens round out the top three consensus picks with four handicappers making them a 4-unit selection.
Check back every week as the recap and consensus on the WSOH is posted.