Welcome to Sharp Angle Sports

Welcome to Sharp Angle Sports

Welcome to Sharp Angle Sports, the exclusive home of James Salinas, winner of the 2015 Westgate Resorts NFL SuperContest and third place SuperContest finisher in 2016. James is the most successful SuperContest player over the last four years with a combined record of 205-119-16, (63.3% ATS).

Throughout this site, you'll be able to access free selections as well as subscribe to selections from our team of sports betting Sharps for CFB and NFL.

To qualify as a Sharp, we look for one of two qualities: 1) a proven track record of success selecting games against-the-spread; 2) a professional sports bettor who makes a living betting sports.

What's unique about Sharp Angle Sports is we ask our Sharps to concentrate on just one sport. And for college football, just one or two conferences. Our Sharps are the lifeblood of the business and we believe that their hyper-focus is the best way to produced positive selection records for subscribers.

We will provide full transparency into each Sharp's record by grading every selection against the game result. All records will stand in the form of wins and losses, not by units bet or some other incomplete grading system.

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Sharp Weekly Recap - Week 14 NFL, Week 15 CFB

In Week 14 of NFL and Week 15 of CFB Sharp Angle Sports went 2-4 as a group. Lead NFL Sharp James Salinas, went 2-1 ATS, bringing his season-long record to 22-17-2 (56% Against the Spread), while lead college football Sharp, Brad Feinberg posted an 1-1 record ATS, taking his season-long record to 25-16-1 (61% Against the Spread). Click here to view full results for all Sharps.

Here's what Salinas wrote about the Denver Broncos- “As the NFL schedule grinds its way towards season's end the Denver Broncos couldn't have asked for a better scheduling setup to play the Houston Texans. Fresh off an emotional win against the Patriots last week on SNF and an enormous division game looming in Week 15 vs the Titans, the Texans are tasked this week with playing a last place Broncos team with nothing to lose. Not only is this game an absolute flat spot for Houston they also do not matchup well vs the Broncos. The Texans strength is its passing game led by dynamic QB Watson, however Denver has rebuilt its secondary into a competent 2019 version of the no fly zone. Houston will also be without vertical speedster WR Fuller condensing the field for Denver's safeties allowing for more run support near the line of scrimmage. In what should be an uneventful, low-scoring contest take Denver +9 as the bet”

Here's what Brad Feinberg wrote about the LSU Tigers in his game analysis - "I have been waiting for this game for weeks. Because these are two teams I have watched all year and I feel like I know them both incredibly well. Georgia is a very good defensive team. They really are. But they are incredibly limited on the offensive side of the ball. I don't see them scoring much more than low 20's in this game. They are also down their two best WR on top of it. LSU is a different animal in college football this year. Different than Clemson, Ohio state, anyone. Joe Burrow has put together arguably the best year in the history of the sport. He has been that dynamic. While Georgia does have a good defense, they will be no match at all for an LSU team that is going to pound this Georgia team into submission. This is a bad matchup fo Georgia and a good one for LSU. LSU win this by 14+. Tigers -7 is the play."