The New England Patriots taking care of business at home against the Los Angeles Chargers was huge for the NFL pick’em. Last week’s co-leaders, Matt Martellucci and Milo Hay, were split with Martellucci taking the Pats and Hay going with the Bolts. Heading into Championship Sunday, Martellucci now holds a one game lead. After 252 bets against the spread, it essentially comes down to three games.

An impressive 4-0 performance by Martellucci was matched by Andrew Cabatingan who finds himself above the .500 mark. Several other writer are clawing to break even with their picks against the spread.

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NFL Department Head | The Armchair All-Americans, LLC
I grew up like most Philly fans in the 90s; watching my dad scream obscenities at the TV as the Eagles lost a heartbreaker. I idolized Allen Iverson (still do), and cried my eyes out when the Sixers lost four straight to the Lakers in the 2001 NBA Finals. I’ve seen some dark days in Philly, but have always Trusted the Process. Still have not stopped celebrating Super Bowl 52 and don’t plan on it anytime soon. Eagles are Super Bowl CHAMPS! Follow me on twitter @matthewlucci_ for some betting “advice” and @matthewlucci on Instagram for stupid pics of me.
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NFL Department Head | The Armchair All-Americans, LLC
I grew up like most Philly fans in the 90s; watching my dad scream obscenities at the TV as the Eagles lost a heartbreaker. I idolized Allen Iverson (still do), and cried my eyes out when the Sixers lost four straight to the Lakers in the 2001 NBA Finals. I’ve seen some dark days in Philly, but have always Trusted the Process. Still have not stopped celebrating Super Bowl 52 and don’t plan on it anytime soon. Eagles are Super Bowl CHAMPS! Follow me on twitter @matthewlucci_ for some betting “advice” and @matthewlucci on Instagram for stupid pics of me.

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