Overall, Team Odds Shark's 2019 variant went 41-41 on a mixture of 82 NFL and college selections. From the team's 14 members, seven finished with a winning report on their selections while the seven fought a little, especially.
Where entrants can select any seven sides one of both college and pro football games the group's best performance came from the Golden Nugget's Ultimate Football Challenge. Harry Gagnon led how heading an impressive 6-1, such as winners on Missouri (-14), Arkansas State (+1) and LSU (-6) in college and the Buffalo Bills (+3), New England Patriots (-5.5) and Houston Texans (+7) in the pros. Cousin Sal also went 4-3 in Week 1, going 3-1 in college with simple winners on Maryland (-2), Baylor (-26) and San Diego State (+7.5). Sal also had the Tennessee Titans (+5.5). Brothers Darren and Brian Szokoli went 5-9 between them on their 14 selections in Week 1.
College football does seem like the team's strong suit so far, as Odds Shark's own Jon Campbell (5-2) and Clay Travis (4-3) went a joint 9-5 in the William Hill College Select 'em contest as well. Campbell and Travis combined Gagnon with LSU (-5.5) over Texas, along with the duo shared a different winner with Penn State (-29.5) routing Buffalo.
The results weren't as great for Team Odds Shark from Circa Sports Million along with the SuperContest, with entrants required to select at five NFL sides. The Group of Anthony Riccobono (2-3), Frank Schwab (2-3), Jon Anik (3-2) and Paulo Antunes (3-2) managed to go 10-10 from the SuperContest, as a number of these dropped with all the Denver Broncos (Pick'em) on Monday Night Football to shut out Week 1.
From the Circa Sports Million, Odds Shark's Joe Osborne (3-2) has been the only one of four members to have a winning record in Week 1. Kris Abbott (2-3) and Joe Fortenbaugh (1-4) were burned by the Broncos (-2.5) as well while the only winner for Pamela Maldonado (1-4) was an easy one with the Titans (+5.5) on the Cleveland Browns.
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