Week 17 Regular Confidence Pool Picks

Hello fellow Confidence Pool Picks participants, happy holidays!  We hope everyone had a good Christmas and enjoyed the slew of basketball and football games! We are entering the last 2 weeks of the 2022 football season (until post season)! 4 of our chosen picks hit last week: the Saints, Texans, Packers, and Panthers! Without further ado, below are the week 17 chosen picks.

Scores from last week:

  • Base pick: 110
  • High Risk: 117
  • Med Risk: 112
  • Some Risk: 76

Total season base pick score: 1339

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2 thoughts on “Week 17 Regular Confidence Pool Picks”

  1. Brian Weinstein

    Dale – I’ve been using a different strategy that you suggested a few weeks ago. I started it in week 11 and have won my weekly league twice since using it. Picking just one or two of the yellow, green, or blue picks and put them about middle of scoring (between 6-9) and go with favorites in their base pick alignment for the rest. I went from averaging 79 points per week in weeks 1-10 to 113 points per week in 11-16 (16 points for top pick even in bye weeks). Granted, my correct picks during that stretch has also gone up from previous so really hard to say if it is one, the other, or a combination (went from average 9 correct in weeks 1-10 to 11 correct in weeks 11-16). After week 10 I was sitting in overall 34th out of 60 places and 101 points behind. Now, after week 16 I am in 2nd place and only 35 points behind. Who knows the reason for sure, but I like it!

    1. Awesome Brian! Thanks for sharing. I’m gonna try to crunch some numbers in the off-season to see how legit it is… or if we’re just getting lucky.

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