NFL 2017 Week 7 Recap

Lobster Elbow DropAnother week, another cash windfall, and another…baby? Yup. As I’m sure you’ve all heard by now, AnonymousGamblr had a new addition to the family this week, welcoming a baby girl into the world. As his wife and baby slept soundly in their hospital room, AG slid into the bathroom with his laptop and banged out some decent plays for Monday Night Football, and broke even going 3-3. So even during one of the most beautiful and emotional times that a person will ever experience in their life, he still refused to have a losing gambling record. I’ll let that sink in for a moment.

To be totally transparent, our game line picks did suffer a bit this week due to all of the baby chaos. This is understandable when you consider that all of our props picks are rooted in secret algorithms and formulas that are based on strict mathematics and probabilities. We also sprinkle on 11 secret herbs and spices for good measure.

Macho Man FlexingIn short, our props plays are mathematically-based, while our money line picks are going to be slightly more volatile as there’s a little room for human error. Yes – AnonymousGamlbr and his crew are sports betting experts but sometimes the games just go the other way – that’s why they call it “gambling”. And for anyone wondering what the difference in winning percentage so far this year is, we’ve won 63.6% of our prop wagers and won 74.4% of our money line wagers. Oooops….I guess this shows that AG is actually better at making gambling picks than a computer. This is why you should always look at the total numbers for the season and not just a small sample size.

So lets move on to some actual numbers then, and at the risk of burying the headline, we had our best football gambling results of the season last weekend. I have very high expectations for the Sports Information Network and even I’m shocked at the winning percentage these mutts pulled off. Anyone wagering 1 unit per prop play last weekend is up an astounding 46 units. Seasoned gamblers will know that this is a jaw-dropping number and a win percentage like this is simply unheard of.

Here is each individual pick and their result…and scroll to the bottom for a special offer from S.I.N…

Game Lines: 3-4-1

Raiders +3.5 and ML +140 W,W

San Fran +6.5 L

Bengals +5.5 L

Jags -3 W

Redskins +4.5 L

Falcons +3.5 L

Bills -3 P

 

Props: 60 – 14

Amari Cooper (OAK) Receiving Yards o47.5 +120 W

Michael Crabtree (OAK) Receiving Yards u67.5 -130 W

Marshawn Lynch (OAK) Rushing Yards o52.5 +100 L

Michael Crabtree (OAK) Receiving Yards u66.5 -120 W

Jameis Winston (TB) Completions o21 -110 W

DeSean Jackson (TB) Receptions u3.5 -110 L

Doug Martin (TB) Rushing Yards u67.5 -130 W

Eric Decker (TEN) Receiving Yards u47.5 -115 W

Jared Goff (LAR) Completions o20.5 -125 W

John Brown (ARI) Receiving Yards u50.5 -130 W

Cam Newton (CAR) Completions o19.5 -110 W

C McCaffrey (CAR) Rush+Receive u72.5 -135 W

Jonathan Stewart (CAR) Rushing u54.5 -130 W

Rishard Matthews (TEN) Receiving Yards u64.5 -115 W

TY Hilton (IND) Receiving Yards u62.5 -120 W

Donte Moncrief (IND) Receiving Yards u36.5 -120 W

Tyrod Taylor (BUF) Rushing Yards u30.5 -115 L

Jonathan Stewart (CAR) Rushing u51.5 -115 W

C McCaffrey (CAR) Rush+Receive u70.5 -115 W

Zach Miller (CHI) Receiving Yards u35.5-110 W

Drew Brees (NO) Passing Yards u295.5 -120 L

Devante Adams (GB) Receiving Yards u50.5 -110 W

Carson Palmer (ARI) Completions u23.5 -115 W

Sammy Watkins (LAR) Receiving Yards u46.5 -120 W

Blake Bortles (JAX) Passing Yards +12.5 -130 vs Brissett 3x units W,W,W

Joe Flacco (BAL) Passing Yards +12.5 -115 vs Keenum W

Jarvis Landry (MIA) Receiving Yards -12.5 -145 v Kearse W

LeSean McCoy (BUF) Rushing Yards +2.5 -145 v Martin 3x units W,W,W

Cam Newton (CAR) Passing Yards -24.5 -115 v Trubisky W

Marcus Mariota (TEN) Rushing Yards o19.5 +130 L

Deshone Kizer (CLE) Rushing Yards u22.5 -125 W

Blake Bortles (JAX) Passing Yards o225.5 +115 W

Adam Humphries (TB) Receiving Yards o42.5 +115 L

Mitch Trubisky (CHI) Rushing Yards u22.5 -110 W

Randall Cobb (GB) Receiving Yards o40.5 +105 L

Todd Gurley (LAR) Receiving Yards o27.5 +115 W

Bears ML +145 W

Browns ML +230 L

^^^ Would Parlay these ^^^^

 

Afternoon Games

Eli Manning (DAL) Passing Yards +30.5 v Wilson L

Dez Bryant (DAL) Receiving Yards -4.5 -105 v Garcon W

Pierre Garcon (SF) Receiving Yards u62.5 -110 W

Ben Roethlisberger (PIT) Passing Yards -15.5 -105 v Dalton W

Ezekial Elliott (DAL) Rushing Yards -18.5 -135 v Hyde 2x units W,W

Dez Bryant (DAL) Receiving Yards +10.5 -135 v Garcon 3x units W,W,W

Russell Wilson (SEA) Passing Yards -2.5 -160 v Manning W

Andy Dalton (CIN) Passing Yards u238.5 -120 W

Leveon Bell (PIT) Receiving Yards u34.5 -120 L

Pierre Garcon (SF) Receiving Yards u70.5 -115 W

Russell Wilson (SEA) Completions u22.5 -115 L

Russell Wilson (SEA) Rushing Yards u26.5 -120 W

Pierre Garcon (SF) Receiving Yards u62.5 +110 W

 

Sunday Night Football: PERFECT PICKS

Brandin Cooks (NE) Receiving Yards u76.5 -130 W

Julio Jones (ATL) Receiving Yards -24.5 -105 v Cooks W

Tom Brady (NE) Passing Yards u320.5 -120 W

Danny Amendola (NE) Receiving Yards u45.5 -110 W

Devonta Freeman (ATL) Receiving Yards u26.5 -125 W

Brandin Cooks (NE) Receiving Yards u73.5 -125 W

Danny Amendola (NE) Receiving Yards u44.5 -110 W

Danny Amendola (NE) Receptions u4 +125 W

Devonta Freeman (ATL) Receiving Yards u24.5 -105 W

Danny Amendola (NE) Receiving Yards u44.5 +105 W

 

Monday Night Football

Jordan Reed (WAS) Receiving Yards +16.5 +110 v Ertz L

Terrell Pryor (WAS) Receiving Yards u53.5 -120 W

Zach Ertz (PHI) Receiving Yards u70.5 -105 L

Jordan Reed (WAS) Receiving Yards o49.5 +115 W

Jamison Crowder (WAS) Receiving Yards o37.5 +115 L

Alshon Jeffery (PHI) Receiving Yards u60.5 -105 W

 

Season Totals:

Game Lines

35-12-1

Props

233-132-1

So with results like these we’re obviously raising the prices on our picks packages. Shockingly, even after this latest price increase we are still going to be much cheaper than our competition…none of whom have a better gambling record than us this year. Ya – it doesn’t make sense to us either.

One thing you need to know about our crew is that we respect those who were down with us from the beginning, and those who bought packages in Week 1 are still enjoying a discounted loyalty rate for believing in us. So here’s your last chance to save a few bucks this season…

Prices are going up to $45 for a 1 week package, and it’s going to be $360 for a rest of season package. But because we’re such nice guys, we’re going to offer everyone reading this recap a rest of season package for the low, low price of $300 if you buy before 9am on Sunday, October 29th. Why are we doing this? Because we’re champions of the people and we want to let as many people into this circle of knowledge as possible. We like making money for others while destroying the books at the same time – it’s what really inflates AnonymousGamblr’s ego.

Click this link to buy our NFL Rest of Season Package for $300 and have your email address immediately added to our mailing list and start receiving plays. As always, if you can do better on your own, we take our hats off to you…but let’s be honest, no one went 60-14 last week on props except for the Sports Information Network. Man, what a great weekend.

Finally, we’re getting a lot of questions from our subscribers about how to properly eat a lobster. Now that they have more money than they know what to do with, everyone wants in on the Lobster Life. So why don’t we throw things over to the realest O.G. on the street, Jasper White, and let him break it on down for you fools. Pay strict attention to his expert work with the claws…that’s how it’s done…you’re welcome…

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    Game Lines: 84-61-7 (57.93%)
    Props: 741-553-8 (57.26%)

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