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Schwab Posts Another Strong Week to Maintain Team OddsShark Lead

The top four members of Team OddsShark all went 4-1 or better in Week 3 of the world-famous Super Contest, with defending champion Frank Schwab staying atop the group standings at 11-4. Schwab’s lone loss came with the Los Angeles Chargers, who fell 24-10 to the Kansas City Chiefs as 3-point home underdogs. The Chargers were one of the team’s most popular plays in Week 3, picked by seven of the 25 members.

Following Schwab in the team standings are a pair of Chicagoans in Sam Panayotovich and Joe Ostrowski, as they also went 4-1 to stay within a half-game of him at 10-4-1. Panayotovich is making his Super Contest debut while Ostrowski finished second in the group two years ago. Another newcomer joining them near the top of the leaderboard is Jason Kirk, who went a perfect 5-0 to move into sole possession of fourth place.

Kelly Stewart (aka kellyinvegas) was the fourth and final team member to go 4-1 in Week 3, with the Arizona Cardinals costing her a 5-0 record on Monday Night Football. Stewart jumped over the .500 mark overall with the impressive showing, and she is now one of 10 in the group to hold that status. Meanwhile, Nick Kostos and Rob Pizzola are both right at .500 at 7-7-1, and the remaining 12 members currently have losing records.

Ryan Fowler had the roughest week for the team with an 0-5 mark, and he now resides in the group cellar. But eight more team members are within two points of him, including names like Clay Travis of FOX Sports and Pete Prisco and Will Brinson of CBS Sports.

The Washington Redskins were the only top consensus pick among the top six that won for Team OddsShark in Week 3, as they routed the Oakland Raiders 27-10 as 3-point home dogs on Sunday Night Football. The Chargers, Cardinals (+3), Seattle Seahawks (+3), Denver Broncos (-3) and Baltimore Ravens (-3) all disappointed those who took them. However, the New Orleans Saints (+5.5) did come through for five team members who chose them, including Schwab. The Saints blew out the Carolina Panthers, 34-13.

To view updated Super Contest standings for the entire field, click here.

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