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Team OddsShark Enjoys Best Overall SuperContest Performance Since Week 6

More than half of Team OddsShark scored winning marks in Week 12 of the SuperContest at the  Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook, as the race to become the 2016 group champion heats up even more heading down the final stretch of the NFL season. Of the 24 team members, 14 went 3-2 or better with their five NFL picks, led by Ben Eckstein’s near-perfect record of 4-0-1. Eckstein jumped from a ninth-place tie in the group standings to a tie for second behind leader Nick Kostos.

Kostos regained the top spot by going 3-1-1, capped by a 27-13 victory for the Green Bay Packers as 4-point road underdogs against the Philadelphia Eagles. He turned in his first winning performance since Week 7 and has led the group for most of the year. But there remains a lot of competition atop the leaderboard heading into Week 13, with 11 other team members all within three points of catching Kostos for first place.

Those still in the mix for the Team OddsShark title won last year by David Fucillo include Hank Lockwood – who is tied for second with Eckstein after going 3-1-1 – along with Anthony Riccobono, Frank Schwab, Randall the Handle, Paulo Antunes, Matt Ufford, Jon Campbell, Rob Pizzola, Jon Anik and the OddsShark Super Computer. Riccobono, Ufford and Pizzola were the only ones who had losing weeks in the Top 10 while the Super Computer put together its fourth consecutive winning record to move one game below .500 overall. Schwab has been the hottest in the group lately with an 11-3-1 mark over the past three weeks to move from 13th to fourth during that span.

In the bottom half of the Team OddsShark standings, Ryan Fowler also deserves recognition after going 4-1 in Week 12 following a 3-1-1 mark in Week 11. Fowler is among four tied for 13th behind the Super Computer while four more are tied for 17th. The bottom four stayed the same, with Fucillo quite possibly going from first to worst in the group if he does not turn things around over the final five weeks.

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