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SuperContest Team OS Wk 11 Review

For the second time in six home games this season the unbeaten New England Patriots (10-0) saw the final score land right on the number posted on the SuperContest Card, awarding a half-point to all of those who selected them and the Buffalo Bills (5-5) after their 20-13 victory in the Monday Night Football game.

The Patriots were 7-point home favorites, with five members of Team OddsShark picking them and four others choosing the Bills. Among those on New England were the OddsShark Super Computer and UFC commentator Jon Anik, who led the group with a 4-0-1 mark in Week 11.

Anik Moves into Tie for NInth Place

Anik turned in his third straight winning week to rise up into a tie for ninth place in the Team OddsShark Standings, pulling within 6.5 points of group leader David Fucillo, who went 3-2 to improve to 35-28-2 overall. Nick Kostos also stayed in second place in the group by going 3-2, although his streak of consecutive 4-1 weeks ended at five.

Kostos and Fucillo each remained in the Top 50 out of 1,727 contestants overall, with the SuperContest paying out more than $2.5 million to those who finish in that range, including a record $906,675 to the winner.

Overall leader Rounding Again had Buffalo, which turned out to be the only team that earned any points for him en route to a disappointing 0-4-1 week. TD Love Machine moved into a tie for first place with Rounding Again after going 3-1-1. They each have 40.5 points out of a possible 55.

Rounding out Team OddsShark week

Other impressive performances for Team OddsShark members in Week 11 included Rob Pizzola, Jason McIntyre and Todd Fuhrman, who are all now in the top third of the group standings. Pizzola went 4-1 for the second straight week to move into fourth place in the group, trailing just Fucillo, Kostos and Joe Ostrowski, who also went 3-2.

McIntyre is in sole possession of fifth place after going 3-1-1, which is the same record Fuhrman had, moving him into a tie for seventh with Ryan Fowler.

Fowler suffered his fourth losing week in a row and continued to drop in the group standings. He was tied with Fucillo for the group lead through the first five weeks. Meanwhile, the Super Computer is 5-13-2 over the past four weeks and has fallen all the way down to 19th place out of the 21 members in the group.

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