October, 01 2014
Trev was #1 NCAAF Handicapper 2012, finishing with a record of 66-41 (62%). He was the #2 NCAAF Handicapper 2013 with a record of 84-52 (62%). On top of that he was the #2 NFL Handicapper 2013! Over his last 533 football selections, Trev has gone an Amazing 329-204 (62%). Rogers is also the #1 Overall for 2014, #1 NFL Handicapper, #4 NCAAF Handicapper & #2 MLB Handicapper!
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Everyone agrees that finding value is the key to a long-term winning percentage as a sports handicapper. It is easy for the public to follow early season momentum in college football. It is easy because it is obvious. Obvious tends to be a long-term loser in football handicapping. If you are serious about seeking value, you will consider using the AFP as a profitable contrary indicator.
AFP is an abbreviation for “away from the pointspread.” It is the number that a team wins or loses vs. the pointspread in any given game. For example, if a 7 point favorite wins the game by 17 points, they have a +10 AFP in that contest. The AFP can be used for individual games as a cumulative measure for any period of time, or season to date; or, as a home/road indicator using only those games. It is an easy to use way to determine a true measure of how successful a team has been vs. the pointspread in a given period of time. It is also one of the ways the linemaker uses to...