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Riccobono Moves Back into First Place for Team OddsShark With Winning Week

It was yet another difficult week for Team OddsShark in the Super Contest at the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook, which meant posting a winning mark allowed members to move up the group standings. New York native Anthony Riccobono was just one of nine among the 24 team members overall who did just that to retake the lead for the group with 40.5 points heading into the final two weeks of the NFL season.

Riccobono was one of six to go 3-2 in Week 15, although a trio of members with Boston connections turned in the three best performances for Team OddsShark to jump up the group leaderboard. Mike Cole of Team NESN led the way by going 4-0-1, with a push on the Oakland Raiders (-3) the only thing keeping him from a perfect 5-0 record. Cole ranked 15th in the group last week and moved up to ninth with 37.5 points.

Meanwhile, UFC commentator Jon Anik, a diehard fan of the New England Patriots, had the biggest move of the week, going from tied for 12th to tied for fifth with 38 points after posting a 4-1 mark. Another Massachusetts native and Patriots fan – Hank Lockwood of Barstool Sports – went 3-1-1 to move into sole possession of third, sitting behind only Riccobono and former leader Frank Schwab, who went a disappointing 1-3-1.

Schwab’s impressive run of seven consecutive winning weeks may have come to an end, but he was not alone on the team with a losing mark. Seven others went 2-3 or worse, including Barstool’s PFT Commenter, who dropped from tied for fifth to tied for 13th following a 1-4 week. He had gone 9-1 in the previous two weeks combined.

In addition, like seven team members who went 2-2-1 in Week 15, the Top 5 Consensus Picks finished with that same record as well after going 15-4-1 the previous four weeks. The consensus picks currently sit at 32-39-4 (34 points) while the overall leader going into Week 16 is ORANGE CRUSH with a 48-24-3 mark (49.5).