Matt Josephs doesn’t talk much about himself. He doesn’t try to sell himself with promises and percentages and special names for his picks. He doesn’t get caught up in the spectacle of talking his special “dominator” or “play of the week.”
No, Matt just puts in the work, analyzes all angles of every matchup, and makes solid picks. He’s not a guy who brushes elbows with Vegas elite, or who boasts a vast “offshore network.” He’s just good at his job: making money off the sports books.
In other words, Matt is just a regular guy who doesn’t try to sell you with extravagance. He’s just going to let his results speak for themselves, and so far, that’s worked out just fine for him.
Matt’s college football capping style is that he tends to focus on mid-major schools. It isn’t the most glamorous job, picking winners out of the MAC, C-USA and even the FCS, but there is money in it. And Matt knows how to find it.
Matt is also riding a nice 62% winning streak in MLB capping since May. Subscribers have earned over $2,800 in that time frame. He also went 50-25-2 capping the NFL in 2015, and has opened the 2016 season with a win as well.
So if your goal is to find a new, no-nonsense handicapper who has already laid down a record of success, look at Matt. His unorthodox methods and hard work have brought success thus far, and he shows no signs of stopping.