We have a lot of handicappers who sell picks on our site. Sometimes it can be tough to filter through everyone and make a decision on who has the best chance to make you money.
I'm an action junky, so I like to follow a few handicappers in each sport. Below I'm going to give you my top advice on who to follow in each sport.

I break each sport up into specific time periods. Some handicappers prepare for the beginning of the season better than others and kill it out of the gate. Others need to see the team's perform before they get enough information on who to back.
Other handicappers, well they specialize in types of bets. Some may be good at everything, others are better at totals than point spreads or vice versa.

Consider this page your cheatsheet to higher profits this year.
*Unless noted I recommend flat betting each handicapper's picks. Essentially all of my data ignores unit values. We do track top play v. non top play and I'll mention to only follow top plays if the data suggests it hits at a higher rate.

*Page Updated 08/01/2016. Records and new recommendations for changing time periods will be updated regularly.


We are quickly approaching the stretch run of the 2016 MLB season, as the dog days of August are here. We have a clear idea of which teams are in contention and which ones are building for the future. Here's a look at three baseball experts who are worth following at this time of year.
Follow May 1st Through Aug. 31st


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