Four weeks of the NFL season are in the books, which means the first quarter of the Circa Sports Million contest has wrapped up. Who cashed big from the first quarter prizes? Who is atop the Circa Sports Millins standings after Week 4? Read on for the answers to those questions from this Gridiron Gamble’s Circa Sports Million Week 4 recap.
The average points per contestant in Week 4 was 2.9, up from 2.81 the week before. There were 152 contestants that posted a perfect 5-0 result in Week 4, and 138 contestants that went 4-0-1.
Last Undefeated Contestants Fall
Coming into Week 4 of the Circa Sports Million IV, only two contestants were undefeated at 15-0. Those two contestants were DONT_STOP_BELIEVING-3 and THE LEONG SHOTS-1. Both of them failed to stay undefeated through the week. DONT_STOP_BELIEVING-3 went 3-1-1 and THE LEONG SHOTS-1 went 2-3.
As a result, DONT_STOP_BELIEVING-3 remains in a tie for first place because CT TRIGG-2 caught up with the same overall record. THE LEONG SHOTS-1 dipped back a little bit and is now in a 14-way tie for ninth place.
Circa Sports Million IV Top 10 After Week 4
T1. CT TRIGG-2: 18-1-1
T1. DONT_STOP_BELIEVING-3: 18-1-1
T3. ACTION SPORTS CENTRA-1: 18-2
T3. PEPPERS PICKS-1: 18-2
T3. TAIL PARTY-2: 18-2
T3. WALTERFOOTBALL.COM-1: 18-2
T3. WOSSAKOW-2: 18-2
8. DESERT TO THE SEA-1: 17-2-1
T9. ADAM 37-1: 17-3
T9. BONGOS BOYS-1: 17-3
T9. DB COOPER-1: 17-3
T9. GOGGLES PAISANO-1: 17-3
T9. GOLDIELOCKS-1: 17-3
T9. KINSHO-2: 17-3
T9. MIAMILACHICAGO-1: 17-3
T9. MUFFIN 37-1: 17-3
T9. NOX AND FRIENDS-1: 17-3
T9. SMITHVILLE SQUAD-1: 17-3
T9. SWEET PICKS BRO-3: 17-3
T9. THE LEONG SHOTS-1: 17-3
T9. TRENT66-1: 17-3
T9. WISE GUYS-1: 17-3
In Week 4, CT TRIGG-2 went 4-0-1 by selecting winning picks with the Seattle Seahawks (+4), Las Vegas Raiders (-2.5), New England Patriots (+9.5), and San Francisco 49ers (-1.5). His one push was with the Baltimore Ravens (+3).
DONT_STOP_BELIEVING-3 went 3-1-1 in Week 4, selecting the New York Giants (-3), Los Angeles Chargers (-5), and Arizona Cardinals (+1.5) as winners, the Buffalo Bills (-3) as a push, and the Cleveland Browns (-1) as a loss.
Behind CT TRIGG-2 and DONT_STOP_BELIEVING-3 are five contestants tied at 18-2, one contestant at 17-2-1, and then 14 contestants at 17-3.
First Quarter Prize Results
Being in first place after Week 4 meant CT TRIGG-2 and DONT_STOP_BELIEVING-3 tied for the first quarter win. The Circa Sports Million awards $300,000 in prize money each quarter of the season. The top five places on the leaderboard during each quarter (Weeks 1-4, 5-9, 10-13, and 14-18) win prizes, as does the contestant finishing in last place.
Due to the tie for first place, CT TRIGG-2 and DONT_STOP_BELIEVING-3 chopped up first- and second-place prize money, taking home $105,000 each. The original prizes were $150,000 for first and $60,000 for second.
The five contestants tied for third place – ACTION SPORTS CENTRA-1, PEPPERS PICKS-1, TAIL PARTY-2, WALTERFOOTBALL.COM-1, and WOSSAKOW-2 – chopped up the first-quarter prize money for places three through five, taking home $13,000 each.
Finishing in last place during the first quarter was IEANALYTICS-1. He was 2-18 over the first four weeks and won the $25,000 “booby prize.”
Gridiron Gamble Improves To 14-6
Week 4 resulted in another Rich Ryan “boby blow” with The Collective going 3-2 to improve to 14-6 on the season. If you missed last week’s picks podcast, we can let you know that the team picked the Tennessee Titans (+3.5), Seattle Seahawks (+4), and New England Patriots (+9.5) as winning picks. The two losing selections were the Chicago Bears (+3) and Denver Broncos (+2.5).
At Gridiron Gamble, we like to lean on our friends at FantasySuperContest.com when looking at contest leaderboards and statistics. It is a great resource both for those in the big Vegas sports betting contests and anyone interested in following along. Due to FantasySuperContest.com being a third-party platform, any official standings and information for the Circa Sports Million, Circa Survivor, SuperContest, and SuperContest Gold can be found on CircaSports.com and SuperBook.com.
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