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Three Tied Atop Team OddsShark Standings After Week 4 of SuperContest

And then there were three. Following a grueling four-week start to the NFL season, only three members of Team OddsShark have a winning record in the SuperContest at the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook. All three just so happen to be tied for the lead in the group standings as well right now after Nick Kostos went a season-worst 1-4, with Anthony Riccobono and Randall the Handle both joining him at the top at 12-8 overall.

Riccobono and Randall have each gone 8-2 over the last two weeks to rise up the leaderboard, the same mark Kostos had the first two weeks. Rob Pizzola and Ben Eckstein are tied for fourth in the group standings at 10-10 through the first month.

Of the 24 members of Team OddsShark, 10 of them are either 9-11 or 8-12. But in the much bigger scheme of things, that’s about average and puts them around the middle of the record field of 1,854 contestants. The reason for that is quite simple, as the SuperContest Top 5 consensus picks have been really atrocious so far, currently riding a dismal 1-16 run dating back to Week 1 en route to going 4-16 overall. To put that in perspective, a 4-16 record would currently put you in a tie for 1,810th place.

Regardless, a couple of team members did very well in Week 4, led by Randall and Paulo Antunes, who won four of their five NFL picks. Antunes had gone 2-8 in weeks 2 and 3 but bounced back behind the Jacksonville Jaguars (+2.5), Houston Texans (-5), Denver Broncos (-3) and Minnesota Vikings (-4.5). Randall also had the Jaguars along with the Oakland Raiders (+3.5), Dallas Cowboys (-2.5) and New Orleans Saints (+4). 

Kostos did not have the worst performance for Team OddsShark in Week 4, as two members failed to win a pick. Last year’s group runner-up Joe Ostrowski and newcomer Frank Schwab each went 0-5 to continue their drop in the standings. In addition, 2016 group winner David Fucillo went 2-3 for the second week in a row, but that was not enough to pull him out of a tie with Schwab, Gustavo Villani and Clay Travis for 21st.

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