|NFL Hilton Super Contest Consensus|
|Saturday, 11 November 2006 21:38|
NFL Hilton Super Contest Consensus
Overall, the consensus preferred nine favorites and seven pooches.
Top play in Week 10 was 4-4 St. Louis, which is getting 4 points from reigning conference champion Seattle.
The Seahawks (5-3) will be playing without injured Pro Bowl quarterback Matt Hasselbeck and league MVP Shaun Alexander.
At stake is first place in the NFC West.
SuperContestants took the Rams by a 119-23 tally.
Sunday night's conflict between 7-1 Chicago and the 6-2 New York Giants could offer a preview of the NFC Championship and illustrates how contest numbers may vary from those available later in the week.
The Bears, who were receiving 1 point on the street Friday night, are getting 2 1/2 in the contest and rated 101-66 support from SuperContestants.
Detroit, which is laying 5 1/2 to San Francisco, was the week's top favorite play by a 95-23 count.
Two calls were made by a single nod and another by three.
Hilton players picked Kansas City 96-95 over Miami; Jacksonville 49-48 over Houston and the New York Jets 46-43 over New England.
Tampa Bay was a 41-32 selection on Monday night.
Other choices were Cincinnati, 110-71 over San Diego; Atlanta, 70-26 over Cleveland; Baltimore. 67-41 over Tennessee; Indianapolis, 69-35 over Buffalo; Pittsburgh, 110-64 over New Orleans; Philadelphia, 77-44; Green Bay, 55-33 over Minnesota; Denver, 76-37 over Oakland; and Aeizona over Dallas, 95-37.
The consenus evened out at last week at 62-62-3, while best bets are 5-4.
The SuperContest attracted 416 entrants who paid $1,500 apiece.
They pick five pro games weekly, earning one point for a win and a half-point for a push.
Twenty players will cash, with just under $250,000 going to the champion.
The two co-leaders, Win Big and Jarhead, have 32 points and a 1 1/2 game advantage over Tony Soprano 2 and ATS Stats.com.
Five others are 2 1/2 games behind.
By: Michael Cash - theSpread.com - Email Us
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