Leonard Advances in the Money Talks Invitational
Handicappers Bryan Leonard and Marc Lawrence advance to Round 2 of the Leroy's Money Talks $100K Invitational Football Handicapping Tournament this end of the week. The two will make right Friday night, November third, from the Silverton Casino. John Kelly and Jimmy Vaccaro will have on the radio and Internet live. The victor will get $80,000 with the second spot finisher changing out $20,000.
Just 16 members were welcomed and Leonard advances to Round 2 subsequent to fixing handicapper Al McMordie the few days of September eighth. Members were chosen by a panel that assessed sports handicappers around the nation, restricting it to 16. Just eight remain.
Every handicapper will deliver seven choices. Those ยูฟ่าเบท plays are evaluated from 1 to 7 in that every candidate will risk a legendary 110 to win 100 on his most fragile determination, expanding in 110/100 augmentations to the Best Bet which chances 770 to win 700. The competitor with the most cash won advances to the following round.
The two candidates who win their first three matches will meet in quite a while on Friday, December 15, 2006, and are guaranteed of winning either $20,000 or $80,000.
Leonard is in his 23rd year as a handicapper and has completed No. 1 as reported by The Sports Monitor in each significant game. His competitions remember completing first for the Millennium Invitational Handicapping Contest, runner up in the Vegas Sportswire Handicapping Contest in 2002, and runner up in the Station Casinos All-Star Handicapping Invitational in 2001.
There are a ton of new mentors in the NFL this season. Here is a gander at what some of done according to a crippling point of view.
Mike McCarthy (Packers): McCarthy needed to carry more equilibrium to the Green Bay offense, acquiring zone hindering plans. The object was to ease the heat off QB Brett Favre, and it has worked. The Packers normal 114 yards hurrying for each game, eleventh in the NFL. Tragically, the guard is a wreck, positioned third-most horrendously terrible in the association. This blend of good offense/terrible protection has made the Packers a decent play over the aggregate, at 4-2 over the last 6 games.
Brad Childress (Vikings): So are the Vikings cheats, which was uncovered in Monday night's 31-7 home misfortune to New England? No. This is as yet a respectable group, with a veteran QB, a fair offense despite everything No. 1 in safeguard against the run. They are 4-2 under the aggregate and the Monday's misfortune was the first time in quite a while that a group had topped 20 focuses on Minnesota (5-2 ATS).
Eric Mangini (Jets): Kind of a perfect representation of the Packers: Good offense, horrendous safeguard. Mangini has very little ability to work with on safeguard, however the offense has been useful. NY is 6-1 over the all out under Mangini, with the fourth-most awful safeguard in the NFL.
Dick Jauron (Bills): After seeming to overachieve in September, they are returning to earth. This is a powerless football crew with a great deal of openings. The offense has scored 7, 17 and 6 focuses the last three games (0-3 SU/ATS).
Scott Linehan (Rams): Linehan needed offense adjusted and has underscored the running match-up. It has helped QB Marc Bulger gigantically, as he as 12 TDs and just a single INT! Under Mike Martz, Bulger was turnover-inclined. That is a key explanation the Rams have a triumphant record and are 5-2 ATS.