Below are a list of the 10 Best NFL Football Handicappers based on results over the last 30 days. We track sports picks daily and rank experts for each game they've picked. Picks must be entered into our system before the start of the game.
Josh Gilcrest is our resident accountant. Josh was formerly a CPA for fifteen years and moonlighted as a sports handicapper. Josh first introduced his services for free through a sports betting blog. While giving away free picks he became pretty popular and decided he needed to get paid for his services. Josh has been handicapping NFL for 5 years and looks to make a big name for himself online.
Timmy Klein has been with Sports Investor Central for the past three years working his way up the chain. Timmy has learned the intricacies of sports gambling from some of our top sports investors. Timmy is our resident sports machine that provides matchup predictions for a specified amount of football games.
Timmy's concept provides a platform in which NFL and NCAAF teams are plugged into this software allowing for our staff to analyze and make matchup predictions several times before releasing a result. This allows for Timmy, and our staff, to craft odds before they are actually released by Vegas which in turn provides us with the information on what we predict Vegas will do with certain games.
In Timmy's view, when you can analyze enough data on specific matchups that simulate game play relating to each team it gives you an opportunity to essentially forecast a game with a winner and final score. Quite a handy tool to use for football spreads and totals.
My approach to football tipping is to proactively maintain my fundamental approach to betting. NFL and college football teams are constantly evolving and the turn over rate is high for players and coaching staff. It's imperative to maintain a disciplined system which allows you to pivot at any moment in time. This is the reason I don't rely solely on stats or trends because I feel that each game and each year bring a different scenario that must be analyzed from every angle. I find it very important to be able to spot value as teams and players evolve before the betting market catches on.
"Slick" Rick as his colleagues call him due to his naturally smooth attitude is a Houston, TX native. Rick played football from the age of 8 through college. A Division II standout, Rick had a desire to keep football in his life when he was offered a sports marketing job out of college. Rick gained experience in sales and marketing before taking a leap of faith to turn to sports betting as a full time job. Rick brings a client list of well over 100 people scattered over the state of Texas and hopes to offer his NFL betting experience to other parts of the globe.
Kevin Fitch has a long history within the gambling industry and is a former associate of William Jacobs. Kevin has a documented 62% NFL record from 2010-2012 and a 60% record in college football from 2011-12. Kevin will release football picks based on but not limited to statistical betting analysis, motivational factors, sports betting trends and systems, short and long term historical statistics, and in-game matchup analysis.
Tim was part of a two person sports handicapping investment firm from 2001-2013. While his firm was a profitable venture, his long time partner retired which lead Tim to Oddsboard.com in early 2015. For the better part of 10 years Tim and his partner averaged +$35K to +$40K in profits during the MLB season and NBA was routinely a $5,000 to $8,000 per month money maker for his client base.
"A common question from my client base is what handicapping system do I follow? My answer is simple: I don't follow a handicapping system. My sucess has come from analysizing the public data and a big part of that comes from watching line movements. One of the many reasons the general public will lose money to sportsbooks is they have no clue how to study the line movement to decipher the sharp money and sqaure money. Public perception is an important factor when determing odds and no one does it better than Las Vegas. In order to bank long term profits you must be able to beat the public".
Based out of Phoenix, Arizona, Patrick Adams is a former freelance sportswriter that has been a part of the sports reporting industry for over twenty years. Pat has combined his love and in-depth knowledge of sports into a lucrative career providing sports picks for his members.
As a former free-lance sports writer, Pat was often asked to appear on Sports Edge hosted by Dan the Man. Patrick was an orignal member of Oddsboard beginning in 2006. Patrick has been handicapping major sports for over 25 years.
"Like most handicappers, I felt that my research with sports reporting went hand in hand with sports betting. I take pride in my research and preparation for each selection I release to my clients. The substance and detail of my research still remains a key component to my pick selection. I'm a firm believer that any professional sports bettor that makes a living from betting sports does not use just one system, or any for that matter. Most old school professionals rely on their research, notes and experience".
King Jon is a tenaciously driven sports handicapper that has been practicing or perfecting his picks for over 10 years. King comes from a football background so naturally he focuses on the gridiron. King Jon has been releasing NFL and College Football picks through an independent online service and now is exclusively selling picks through SPF.
In the 2009-2010 NFL season, King won 62% of his NFL picks (77-47-6 ATS), while winning 64% of his investments (110-63-3 ATS) in College Football. At the urging of other handicappers impressed with his skill at consistently picking winners, King decided to follow his passion full time with SPF.
When it comes to sports betting and you believe in quality not quantity than look no further. I provide tips on NFL and NCAAF only with full confidence that I will provide you with a profit at the end of each football season. Anyone that has experience betting football understands how difficult it is to beat Vegas at their own game and just because you watch SportsCenter does not make you qualified to bet football on the weekends with your own picks. I live and breath football.
My professional experience and the understanding of odds is the key a long, successful partnership with my clients. My football handicapping experience dates back to the early 90's and it took me many losing seasons in the beginning to learn how to win.
James Landas was working as an independent handicapper to private clients offline before joining Sports Investor Central. James has over 12 years experience as a professional sports handicapper and will release investment tips on MLB, NBA, NCAAB, NFL and NCAAF.
James has assisted industry veterans with research and analysis and has been involved in multiple aspects of the sports gaming industry over his 12 year career. While James is new to the online handicapping world, James will be featured investor with SIC and his knowledge and experience will be a welcomed addition to our staff.