2022 Week 2 Against the Spread Confidence Picks

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8 thoughts on “2022 Week 2 Against the Spread Confidence Picks”

  1. Kathryn E Ford

    Having trouble understanding your table this week. For instance, you seem to be show Chicago as 10 point favorites over the Packers but every other spread I am seeing from other sources has the Packers as 9-10 point favorites. What am I missing?

    1. Hi Kathryn, I’m working on that bug… it just shows everything as “-” when some should show “+”.

      The Packers are favored by 10 over the Bears (as usual). The pick is Chicago to cover for 3 points.

      1. Kathryn E Ford

        Ok – I see there are a few others that are wrong as well. In your email you had a table of picks that doesn’t match what is on the link. As a Premium member playing the spread with confidence points, which table should I be looking at? The one embedded in your email or the one on the link?

        1. The picks in the email are for regular confidence pool picks. The ATS confidence picks are only on the website right now. But we will make that more clear and look into sending out separate emails.

  2. Andrea Bartels

    I’m trying to understand the picks by risk table. I’ve watched your video and read and neither places. Did you explain it. What’s “no conf”..high.. low mean?

    1. Hi Andrea, thanks for the question! The “high” and “low” are high risk and low risk. If you want to take more risk, use the high, if you want to take less risk use the low.

      There are two types of against the spread games, one with confidence points and one without. If you don’t use confidence points, use the “No Conf” column and pick a few of the colored picks.

      Let me know if you have further questions!

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