Wise Kracks Ep. 16 (w/ Nick Kostos & Maurice Greene)
Too Many Games
Bill “The Krack Man” is back, with his pal Jon Orlando, for another week of sports betting mayhem. The guys discuss the wild NFL finishes from the previous week, and how the COVID 19 lockdown has led to a plethora of sports all at once. Bill reveals he’s never had a losing year with his sportsbook wagers.
Jon has Bill recap the crazy game between the Giants and the Bucs from Week 8.
Krack says he’s not a fan of Bill Belichick and the Patriots, and tells Jon he’s glad Tom Brady has moved on.
Jon shares his favorite Instagram story of the week, Avery Williamson’s trade from the lowly NY Jets to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Bill and Jon preview the upcoming college football season.
Our hosts sit down for a fun chat with high energy sports anchor, Nick Kostos, to recap the craziest shifting betting line of the year, the US Presidential election.
The guys have a great talk with five-time World Champion and two-time Olympic gold medalist, former track and field sprinter, Maurice Greene.
Mo’ shares his thoughts on the NFL season, and how the players can increase their speed.
This Week’s Bets
Jon runs his Week 9 NFL picks past the Krack Man. Jon shares why he’s taking the money line over the spread with the Panthers at the Chiefs and Bill explains why it isn’t the best way to bet the game.
Jon picks his hometown Raiders over the Chargers, takes the Moneyline again, and predicts Derek Carr will “drive the Raiders to victory”.
Jon makes another street cred pick, taking another money line on Drew Brees and The Saints, over Brady and the Bucs.
Jon picks his favorite Twitter questions from the week to ask Billy.
Jon O and the Krack Man sign off after their best show of the season.
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Billy “Krackman” Krackomberger has made his living as a professional sports gambler for nearly three decades. You have seen him on ESPN, Gaming Today, and SiriusXM. His connections in the sports gambling industry run all the way to the top. His bets move the lines and regularly have him banned from books for being too sharp.
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