2020 Circa Sports Million Standings Week 16: ‘ODBMG-2’ with Half-Point Lead Entering Final Week
The race for the Circa Sports Million’s $1,000,000 top prize is fast and furious heading into the final week of the season. In Week 16, ‘ODBMG-2’ went 3-1-1 to improve to 53-26-1 overall and take a half-point lead atop the Circa Sports Million leaderboard.
Had the Buffalo Bills not covered as 7-point road favorites against the New England Patriots on Monday Night Football, first place in the contest entering the final week wouldn’t belong to ‘ODBMG-2.’ If the Patriots covered the point spread, it’d have been ‘DSR90-1’ with the lead and ‘ODBMG-2’ in a four-way tie for second place. If the Bills beat the Patriots by exactly 7 points, ‘ODBMG-2’ and ‘DSR90-1’ would be tied at the top of the Circa Sports Million standings.
The 2020 Circa Sports Million contest attracted a field of 3,148 entries, all ponying up $1,000 to enter for a chance to win the $1,000,000 first-place prize.
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Circa Sports Million Top 10 After Week 16
1. ODBMG-2: 53-26-1 (53.5 points)
2. DSR90-1: 52-26-2 (53 points)
T3. DV8-1: 52-27-1 (52.5 points)
T3. Presence-2: 52-27-1 (52.5 points)
T5. ChickenDinner-1: 51-27-2 (52 points)
T5. Minura11-1: 52-28 (52 points)
T7. Albo-1: 51-28-1 (51.5 points)
T7. Hornet-2: 51-28-1 (51.5 points)
T7. SunnySanDiego-1: 51-28-1 (51.5 points)
T10. Mr. Invisible-2: 50-28-2 (51 points)
T10. Scoopski-1: 50-28-2 (51 points)
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In Week 16, ‘ODBMG-2’ picked the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-9.5), Los Angeles Chargers (-3), New York Giants (+11), Seattle Seahawks (-1), and Buffalo Bills (-7). The Buccaneers, Seahawks, and Bills covered, the Chargers pushed, and the Giants lost against the spread.
Tom Brady and Josh Allen put up big numbers for their teams to help get ‘ODBMG-2’ two important points. Brady only played a half of football, but he still managed to throw for 348 yards and 4 touchdowns. Allen was also pulled early in his game, but he still went off for some big numbers, throwing 320 yards and 4 touchdowns. Allen also ran for 35 yards.
Since spending time in the top five of the Circa Sports Million standings at the early part of the season, ‘ODBMG-2’ slipped to as low as 20th on the leaderboard after Week 9. He’s fought his way back in recent weeks and now has a half-point lead entering the all-important final week of the season.
The Circa Sports Million isn’t the only major sports betting contest out of Las Vegas that ‘ODBMG-2’ leads entering the final week. ‘ODBMG-2’ also leads the 2020 SuperContest entering Week 17, playing as ‘ODBMG2,’ where there is a first-place prize of $435,623 up for grabs. In the SuperContest, ‘ODBMG2’ has a half-point lead just like he does in the Circa Sports Million.
In second place is ‘DSR90-1,’ who went 3-1-1 in Week 16. Then it’s a pair of contestants tied for third place and another pair tied for fifth place. Only 1.5 points separate ‘ODBMG-2’ and the contestants tied for fifth place, and only 2.5 points separate ‘ODBMG-2’ and the two contestants tied for 10th place.
‘The Fitz Is In-1’ Leads Fourth Quarter Leaderboard
The $1,000,000 top prize and overall leaderboard prizes aren’t the only things up for grabs in the final week of the Circa Sports Million. Contestants are also fighting it out for a share of $287,000 in the final Quarter Prize of the season. Winning first place in the last quarter will get a contestant a whopping $187,000, with second place worth $75,000 and third place worth $25,000. Entering Week 17, ‘The Fitz Is In-1’ leads this race with a record of 17-3 for 17 points.
Behind ‘The Fitz Is In-1’ are three contestants with 16.5 points from records of 16-3-1 each. There are then five contestants with 16 points and nine contestants with 15.5 points.
The final Quarter Prize will be awarded to the top contestant Over Week 13 through Week 17.
Circa Sports Million Prizes
The top 50 spots on the Circa Sports Million leaderboard are set to finish in the money, with the winner looking to take home a cool $1,000,000 top prize. Second place is $300,000 and third place is $100,000, so there is plenty of big money on offer.
Last season, Isaac Meier, playing as ‘Booty Blockers-1,’ took home the contest’s first-ever $1,000,000 prize.