Achievements in Handicapping: Brandon finished the 2014-2015 football season with an overall winning percentage of 62.7% in NFL and College Football combined and that was capped off with a PERFECT 6-0 record in the Playoffs. Brandon finished the 2015-16 NFL Season at another solid 56% as he has continued to build his client’s bankrolls since becoming a full-time professional.
Biggest Win of the Year: I cashed in with Clemson in the National Championship Football Game (2016) and cashed in with the Broncos in the Super Bowl (2016) to cap off another profitable Football Season for my clients along with myself. I also cashed in with Duke over Wisconsin in the National Championship Basketball game in 2015. Biggest Loss of the Year: I immediately think of ‘bad beats’ and still remember when I had Western Kentucky -2.5 in the 2014 ‘Bahamas Bowl’. They were up 49-14 in the 4th quarter against Central Michigan. Central Michigan mounted a ‘crazy’ comeback and completed a ‘hail mary’ with 3 seconds left. Down by 1 point, they elected to go for the two point conversion instead of forcing overtime. They missed the conversion and lost the game by 1 point, killing my bet on Western Kentucky -2.5. Why you like Covers Experts: I love Covers Experts because there is a talented roster of long time sharp handicappers along with a blend of up-and-coming handicappers like myself that are able to give the ‘players’ exactly what they want, and that is winning picks and substantial profits whether that is a single pick, a weekly subscription, or a monthly subscription. I take my job very seriously and I know the other Covers Experts do as well. If you want to win, this is a full time tedious job, and it’s great to be joined with those handicappers that share the same work-ethic as myself which in turn allows us to make our clients more and more profits. Your favorite stats/pages on Covers: My favorite pages at Covers are the ‘Scores and Matchups’ page. This page is extremely useful to my handicapping as I can go in depth on stats, recent matchups, and box scores.