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What the NFL Doesn't Want You to Know


First Call, Second Guess
By Dennis Ranahan

I had Seattle and I thought the call on the last Seahawks offensive possession in Super Bowl XLIX was exactly what I was betting on; a team seizing the moment to cap a victory.

Even before the Patriots had done enough to draw a celebration flag, Chris Collinsworth was chastising the Seahawks for the call. “When you have the best back in Marshawn Lynch and you do that, I’m sorry,” the NBC color analyst said not leaving a lot of room for differing opinions.

Sometimes, the best calls that don’t work are the ones most criticized.

The winning coach in Super Bowl XLIX was highly criticized in 2009 for a decision to go for a fourth and two at their own 28-yard-line rather than punt the ball back to Peyton Manning and his Colts. Belichick made a calculation, Manning was slicing up his defense and if his team strength, the offense, got two yards he could run out the clock to seal the 34-28 win.

Tom Brady’s fourth down pass was complete, but the tackle was made short of the first down marker. It took Manning only four plays to score the winning touchdown for the Colts.

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Before I opened Qoxhi Picks in 1981, all my experience was focused on the football game itself. I knew players, motivation and point spreads, but my education in gambling was mostly learned from clients more qualified in the pursuit than myself.

Naive to the importance of money management with a total focus on winning point spread decisions it wasn’t too long before I realized that winning picks without sound money management is no more beneficial than a high-powered sports car with missing wheels. Most gamblers hate money management while thriving on the thrill of huge risks … which too often erode would be profits.

For the first 20 years Qoxhi was in business the contact with clients on game days was limited to phone conversations. Before long, it became obvious to me what clients were best capitalizing on my work and which ones were throwing money at the pursuit with no more success than a drunken sailor in a tattoo parlour.

Not all the successful clients followed the same path … but they all followed a plan that was well conceived and faithfully executed. Success could be gained from a method as fundamental as wagering the same amount of money on every game delivered, to those that focussed strictly on the one play each week identified as the Top Pick.

In 2001, I introduced the Account Manager on the Qoxhi Picks site. This is a tool designed to duplicate the methods I had learned from my most successful clients; those individuals that were not overly interested in player names or team success but more importantly focussed on bottom line results. Today, five proven successful money management methods are available online, each is designed to guide clients to consistent wager amounts to maximize profits based on opening account balances and past results. The five different strategies incorporate the best strategies I learned from clients with varying degrees of risk versus reward variables.

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