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SuperContest Struggles Continue for Most of Team OddsShark After Week 3

Through the first three weeks of the world-famous SuperContest at the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook, only five of 24 Team OddsShark members have winning records. Week 3 was again tough for most of them, with 16 going 2-3 or worse on their five NFL picks, including two who went 0-5 to drop dramatically in the group standings.

Pete Prisco of CBS Sports, OddsShark’s very own Jon Campbell and newcomer Dan Lyons each put up a goose egg in Week 3 of the SuperContest. Campbell was tied for second in the group before Week 3 and fell to 6-9 overall while Prisco and Lyons both suffered their second straight losing weeks to plummet down the standings.

Prisco’s co-worker at CBS Sports Nick Kostos continues to lead the group with an impressive 11-4 record overall after going 3-2 in Week 3. Kostos is the only Team OddsShark member to have a winning mark in every week so far, but he also fell victim to the infamous consensus bug that has not won a pick since Week 1.

The Top 5 consensus NFL picks in the SuperContest have gone 0-10 the past two weeks combined, and the two picks Kostos lost were among them, the Jacksonville Jaguars and San Diego Chargers. The Jaguars (Pick’em) and Chargers (+3) were involved in arguably the two worst bad beats of Week 3, with each of them choking after holding late leads. The other three top consensus plays that lost were the Pittsburgh Steelers (-3.5), Arizona Cardinals (-4) and Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-5.5).

On a positive note, seven other members of Team OddsShark besides Kostos also enjoyed winning weeks, including another newbie Anthony Riccobono, who went a perfect 5-0. Riccobono jumped into a tie for second place in the group along with Rob Pizzola at 9-6 overall after he went 4-1. Like Pizzola, Randall the Handle and Dan Katz also went 4-1 in Week 3 to move up the standings. Randall is tied for fourth in the group with Ben Eckstein at 8-7 after he had his first losing week at 2-3.

To view updated SuperContest Standings for the entire field, click here.

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