2012 VegasTopDogs.com Football Report

The 2012 VegasTopDogs.com Football Report-

Last season was a record breaking event, as our Top 3 College Football handicappers combined to rake in more than $60,000 for their dime players and half that amount for the Nickel Players.  Our Top 3 NFL handicappers showed their dime players $32,000 of profit!  Just think how much extra you could have made$$$$$          The handicappers here at VegasTopDogs.com are chomping at the bit to bring home huge amounts of profit for their clients!

Now let’s review some of last year’s top individual football performances. Chip Chirimbes led the way in College Football as he was on a legendary run with a NCAAF 87-55-2 (62%).          Chip was followed in the College Ranks by Scott Spreitzer and Michael Alexander (both very solid on their top plays and 59% overall in college),  Click Here for the Complete 2011-2012 College Football Leader Board!

The #1 spot in the NFL was turned in by KYLE HUNTER who had a MONSTER NFL season hitting 66% and winning over $17,000 for his dime clients.   Several of our cappers are in the Famous Las Vegas NFL Hilton Contest and do very well on their side selections.  Several cappers had a huge NFL Season last year. Click Here for the Complete 2011-2012 NFL Leader Board!

In the past 4 years combined Tony Karpinski finished in one of the top spots in College Football raking in over $8,100 for his $100 players alone.  Tony is a model of consistency and is very selective with his College and NFL picks each year!  As such, we are shining the spotlight on Tony’s unbelievable Early-Bird Football Offers! They are expected to be posted on the website today.

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