A former player talking NFL betting lines? Yep!! Ross Tucker (@RossTuckerNFL) will be joined by 2X “Super Contest” champ Steve Fezzik (@FezzikSports) to offer a truly unique perspective for NFL bettors. Fezzik is known as an "advantage player," a style of wagering that relies heavily upon the use of probability, statistics, and other mathematical techniques to maximize the "expected value" of wagers. The documented results of their bets on this show speak for themselves.
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So Ross is just teasing every single possible combination of teams. Factorial? This is dumb. With the juice there is no way he’s made a profit this year.
I think Ross is starting to become aware that the teasers are lame and with good reason. It’s a shame, I like Ross and this used to be a great podcast but it’s at a point with this show where Steve doesn’t commit to any picks and instead just leans once in a while and does wayyyy too many teasers to pad his unit numbers. Teasers aren’t remotely impressive and not what you listen to an nfl betting podcast for.
Good show, but I can’t help but become annoyed that they grade every bet at even odds. Ross & Steve play a bunch of teasers, which are typically -120 at most books. I would love to bet NFL teasers at +100! Every straight bet is also graded at even odds, when typically books grade those at -110. more
I first heard Ross as a guest on The Dan Patrick Show, and would always watch the YouTube clip, if I missed a DP Shoe appearance. Then I started hearing him doing games on the radio on weekends, and he was terrific. Now I’ve been introduced to podcasts on Spotify — and I’m glad to see Ross is active here, too. Who says “Nice guys finish last?” Not in this case, anyway. Keep up the good work!
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