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Jim Feist - About Me

For five decades, Jim Feist, a professional bettor, handicapper and businessman has been the leader in the sports wagering information field. Beginning in the 1970s Jim was ahead of the curve with National Sports Services, utilizing the first telephone line services, Sports Tracker, former publisher of the Official Nevada Rotation and hosting/producing “Pro Line”,the longest running sports handicapping show on USA Cable Network and the web.

Jim has served as a professional consultant to the New York State Lottery and appeared on television programs ranging from ESPN’s “Inside Football” and “Sports Center” to CNN’s esteemed “Crossfire.” He has won numerous handicapping contests, including the Stardust Championship “Winner Takes All” football competition and twice won first place in the Philadelphia Inquirer’s Handicapping Contest. In the 2005 World Series of Poker he finished 426 out of 5,600 participants and finished second in the 2010 Bookmaker.com basketball handicapping contest.

His other endeavors include building multi-million dollar businesses in the communication arena as well as building successful websites, weekly radio interviews and articles published around the globe. Never one to stand idle, Jim has been able to tap the latest in technology in an effort to provide clients with the best possible tools and information to succeed in the challenging world of eleven-to-ten.

In the handicapping and betting world you must be focused and diligent in your approach and conservative in your money management. Mental toughness and discipline, especially when things are not going your way, are paramount. Those are qualities that have set Jim apart. Picking winners is just one phase of a successful gaming approach. You need to have it all to not only win but hold on to your winnings over the long haul. Success is in the details and Jim Feist measures success not by the sports season, but by the decade.
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By Jim Feist
Posted 07/06/2018 at 08:27 AM

Baltimore Ravens:  Very marginal the last few years and have a potential QB problem.  Quarterback Joe Flacco has been a subpar performer since winning the Super Bowl a few years ago. Drafting Lamar Jackson will surely put pressure on Joe, if he continues to play like he has the last few years. I think Lamar could be a steal if he gets a chance to show it. You have to get real about this club from what they did last season. The Ravens were 27th in offensive total yards and passing yards. Nothing there will inspire, but they were 9-7 and that is not so bad. In addition, they were 9th in points scored. They added some speed and depth at WR, so if Flacco can deliver it, they could be a quick strike team. Can the OL give Big Joe time he needs? He certainly has the arm to go deep.  Offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg will need to be a bit more daring this year.

Cincinnati Bengals:  Come on man! Marvin Lewis should have been gone years ago.  He and quarterback Andy Dalton are just average at what they do. That’s ok for some but not for the beleaguered fans in Cincinnati. Check this out; the Browns are actually favored to do better this year than the Bengals.  That says a lot and I should quit there when it comes to discussing this team. The Bengals have endured back-to-back losing seasons for the first time since 2007-08, so it’s fair that experts and oddsmakers alike aren’t high on this team entering 2018.

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By Jim Feist
Posted 06/29/2018 at 08:54 AM

The AFC South produced two playoff teams last season with the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Tennessee Titans. Both clubs actually went a few games deep into the postseason as well.

Jaguars: The Jags won the AFC Championship. However, I’m not impressed with either team, from an overall league standpoint. The AFC was not very good last season when you consider both the Colts and the Texans finished 4-12 and played most, if not all of 2017, without their star players. The Jaguars return their entire coaching staff intact for 2018 and that will give them a head start on both the Colts and Titans who made wholesale changes.

Titans: Tennessee cleaned house in their coaching department. Mike Vrabel takes over at the head coach helm. Mitt LaFluer is in at offensive coordinator and Dean Pees takes over the reins of defensive coordinator. That is a lot of changes for one team in one season and we’ll see how long it takes this team to mesh and get the chemistry and styles right. Quarterback Marcus Marriotta has been hit and miss so far in his career. He has certainly not lived up to his hype coming out of college. Sure, there have been flashes of brilliance from the young signal-caller, but he has to get more consistent in his passing game, which would really give balance to an already strong running game.

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20-1 CBK Run: 3/11/18 - 3/19/18
2016-17 NBA Percent Leader: 56%
2016 MLB #2 Money Leader: +4,765
2016 MLB #3 Underdog Leader: +1,589
2016 MLB #3 Totals Leader: +1,416
2016 MLB Guaranteed Leader: +3,403
2015-2016 NCAA BK #3 Guaranteed Leader: +1,323
2014-2015 NCAA BK #3 Members Leader: +183


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