Wayne and friends go live at Carpe Diem in Hoboken, NJ to give their Super Bowl 53 picks! Hot prop action, Patriots bashing, and audience participation – what could go wrong?? Get Involved!!
5-1 last week, 72-42-3 overall! That’s +30 units!! Wayne welcomes his brother Richard Salvatore (“The Math Whisperer”) back to the studio to recap last week’s action and dissect the Divisional Round matchups. Get the hot picks while they’re hot!
7-1-1 last week – WE JUST CAN’T STOP WINNING! This week it’s a family affair, as Wayne welcomes his brother Richard and his cousin Eric to the studio to try and make sense of the difficult final week of the NFL season and the college football playoffs. Get Involved!!
Getting close to the end of the regular season – good thing we’re serving up more winners for you again this week! Richard “The Math Whisperer” Salvatore is back with the comedian Jim Dodge to see if they can improve on last week’s 6-2-1 record. Wayne and company are 50-32-2 on the season – Get Involved!!! Music this week is “Blind” by The Gefkens.
Early action this week for Turkey Day! Comedian and actor Jim Dodge and “the math whisperer” Richard Salvatore join Wayne in the studio to pick your Thursday winners and encourage you to gamble with the whole family this holiday. See if the gang can bounce back from their first losing week, though the season record is still a very respectable 34-22-1. Music this week is “P.H.D.” by The Gefkens (thegefkens.com)
7-1-1 last week! Funnyman Jim Dodge returns in an attempt to extend his unbeaten streak to three weeks. Joining him are “the math whisperer” Richard Salvatore, new challenger Nick Giello, and of course, your humble caddy, Wayne Salvatore. Check out our brand new website at picksfromtheyard.com, and give us a follow on social media – we’re @ptfypod at twitter, instagram and facebook. Music in this week’s episode is “Anticipation” by the Gefkens (thegefkens.com)
We have two returning champions this week with a record of 3-0: Willie Lesko and Richard Salvatore (Wayne is not doing so bad himself, at 4-2). Listen in as we answer our first email question and spoon-feed you nine winners!