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 during the first week of the NFL season and the second week of the CFB season, when Sharp Selections become available for purchase.

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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--James Salinas, co-founder and NFL Sharp for Sharp Angle Sports.

Sharp Weekly Recap - Week 3 NFL, Week 4 CFB

Sharp Angle Sports had a bounce back week, as all Sharps on the site finished at 6-2 ATS. Lead NFL Sharp James Salinas, went 3-1 ATS, bringing his season-long record to 6-4 (60% Against the Spread), while lead college football Sharp, Brad Feinberg posted a 1-1 record ATS, taking his season-long record to 4-3 (57% Against the Spread). Click here to view full results for all Sharps.

Here's what Salinas wrote about the Panthers - “Allen has the mobility to run the full Carolina RPO offense and ability to extend plays outside the pocket. Oddsmakers overreacted to the news of Newton being sidelined this week as the line moved from -3 to +3, so take advantage of this error and play the Panthers currently sitting at +2.”

Here's what Brad Feinberg said about the Oregon Ducks in his game analysis - “Oregon is now the more physical team with the most dominant offensive line in college football. Stanford is going to be BAD this year. Oregon with QB Justin Herbert is going to have no trouble scoring on a struggling Stanford defense. I made this line at -15. Laying 10.5 offers serious value to the Ducks. Oregon -10.5 is the play.”