Meet Our Newest Expert: Monster Roster
WELCOME MONSTER ROSTER
We couldn't be more excited to welcome Monster Roster to the Covers Experts team.
Monster Roster was founded in 2014 on the principal of using analytics and machine learning to achieve success in predicting outcomes for player performance in the NFL, NBA and MLB.
Monster Roster believes in only supplying the “best bets” that factor into their algorithmic recommendations, the current vig & line, and the highest probability of success to help you maximize your profitability.
Check our some of Monster Roster's accomplishments:
NBA Props Overall s/March 17: 57.7%
MLB Props Overall s/May 28: 56.4%
MLB Game Bet Underdogs: +$10,145 profit
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Get the best in Baseball picks and advice to take you to the end of the Regular Season. Not sure which Expert to go with? Check out their hottest records to the All-Star break:
Zack Cimini: 66W – 51L (56%), +$14,616
Swish Insider: 66W – 50L (57%), +$14,375
Larry Ness: 181W – 153L (54%), +$7,906
Take it to the books!
- Covers Team
- James White Anytime TD
- Jesse Schule
- February 3, 2019 - 6:30 PM
- Offered at:
- bet365 @ 110 (True) - James White Anytime TD
1* free play on James White anytime TD.
This is a Free #NFL play on James White anytime TD.
The 2017 NFC Championship game between the Packers and the Falcons closed with a playoff record high total of 59.5 (just slightly higher than the opening total of 58 in SB LIII). That game lived up to expectations, with Atlanta winning by a score of 44-21. Eight different players scored touchdowns in that game, and plenty of money was made by bettors who play the prop market.
Despite expectations of record scoring, the bookmakers failed to adjust the prices for individual players to score touchdowns, and offered low totals on receptions and total yards for receivers. I wrote a couple of articles, detailing what I felt was a “Big Mistake” by bookmakers. In one of those articles I listed my top nine players to score touchdowns, and seven of those players ended up finding “pay dirt”, which would have been quite profitable considering five of those players were paying out as underdogs.
It doesn’t look like the books have made any adjustments for the Super Bowl, certainly not when it comes to individual players to score touchdowns. James White hasn't scored yet in the playoffs, after being the "go to guy" in the regular season. My PERFECT 5-0 Super Bowl card last season included a play on James White to score a TD, and he didn't disappoint.