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SuperContest Team OS Wk 15 Review

After suffering consecutive losing weeks in the SuperContest at the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook for the first time this season, David Fucillo of Team OddsShark now finds himself as a co-leader in the group with Joe Ostrowski.

Fucillo went 2-3 in Week 15 while Ostrowski was 3-2 to move into a tie atop the Team OddsShark Standings with two weeks left. Both remain in the Top 50 that will be paid out at the end of the season out of 1,727 entrants overall with 47 out of a possible 75 points (63 percent).

Fucillo and Ostrowski are currently tied with 12 others in 21st place overall, 7.5 points behind leader Rounding Again, who went 4-1 for the third straight week to increase his lead over most of the field. The winner will take home a record $906,675 this year.

Fowler, Ufford Move Up Team OddsShark Standings

Ryan Fowler and Matt Ufford both passed Nick Kostos for third place in the Team OddsShark Standings after each of them went 3-2 in Week 15. Kostos – known as Mr. Monday Night – avoided an 0-5 performance by picking the Detroit Lions as 3-point road underdogs against the New Orleans Saints in the Week 15 Monday Night Football game and fell into sole possession of fifth in the group.

Detroit’s 35-27 victory at New Orleans also saved Rob Pizzola from going 0-5, as he went 1-4 like Kostos and dropped into a tie for seventh in the group with Jason McIntyre (1-4 in Week 15), Aaron Nagler (2-3) and Todd Fuhrman (3-2). Jon Anik (3-2) and Dan Katz (2-3) round out the Top 12 in the group heading into Week 16.

On a positive note, Pete Prisco and Clay Travis had the best performances for Team OddsShark in Week 15 of the SuperContest with 4-1 marks. Prisco jumped into sixth place in the group while Travis is no longer in last, now tied for 17th with Randall the Handle and Kelly Stewart (aka kellyinvegas) out of the 21 members.

Stewart, the reigning Mini Contest winner, went 3-2 and would likely have to go 10-0 the last two weeks to have any shot at repeating. Ben Eckstein and Whaifsports both went 1-4 to fall into 20th and 21st place, respectively. However, they did not have the worst week in the group, as Eric Sollenberger went 0-5 to plummet into a tie for 13th.