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SuperContest Team OS Wk 12 Review

There are just five weeks to go in the SuperContest at the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook, and three members of Team OddsShark have a legit shot to finish in the money if they can keep up their winning ways for the rest of the NFL season.

The SuperContest pays out the Top 50 spots out of the record 1,727 contestants who entered this year, with the total prize pool worth more than $2.5 million and the winner getting $906,675. David Fucillo, Nick Kostos and Joe Ostrowski remain atop the Team OddsShark Standings after each again turned in winning performances in Week 12.

Fucillo continues to lead the group with 40 out of a possible 60 points and is currently tied for sixth place overall, only 2.5 behind the co-leaders Rounding Again and TD Love Machine. He is followed by Kostos with 38 points and Ostrowski with 37. Kostos is in second place in the group and tied for 29th overall while Ostrowski ranks third and 64th, respectively, sitting just a half-point outside the Top 50.

Fucillo and Ostrowski both went 4-1 in Week 12 to top the group along with Matt Ufford and Eric Sollenberger. Meanwhile, Kostos was 3-2 for his eighth straight winning week following a 9-11 start.

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Ufford (tied for sixth) and Sollenberger (tied for eighth) each jumped into the Top 10 of the Team OddsShark Standings, but some other group members were not so lucky in Week 12 and dropped significantly.

Jon Anik followed up a 4-0-1 Week 11 by going 1-4 for his first losing week in the past four, and he is now tied for 14th out of the 21 members in the group. Pete Prisco also went 1-4 to fall to 12th, but nobody was worse than Clay Travis at 0-5. Travis turned in a goose egg after the Cleveland Browns (2-9) failed to cover the spread against the Baltimore Ravens (4-7) in a 33-27 loss on Monday Night Football, dropping him into the cellar, where he is tied with Randall the Handle.

The other members of Team OddsShark in the group’s Top 10 (in order) include Rob Pizzola and Jason McIntyre (both tied for fourth), Ryan Fowler (tied for sixth), Ben Watanabe (tied for eighth) and Todd Fuhrman and Aaron Nagler (both tied for 10th).

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