Four-way tie atop the Westgate SuperContest at 13-2 ATS The Westgate Las Vegas SuperContest drew a record number of entries this year. Ethan Miller/Getty Images 5:07 PM ET Dave TuleyESPN Staff Writer Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email print comment LAS VEGAS -- There are no more perfect records in the Westgate Las Vegas SuperContest as the vast majority of players had a rough NFL Week 3. The contestants going by the aliases Scorpio and Codlock both went 2-3 against the SuperContest spread over a weekend that saw the top five consensus (the most-selected teams) go 0-5 ATS for the second straight week and the overall consensus also go 4-12 for the second week in a row. There are now four entries tied for first place at 13-2: KM Sports, OhioAgainstTheWorld, Winning Angle and 4ViewsFromVegas (which, in case you haven't heard, is a four-player team that I'm involved with). KM Sports, OhioAgainsttheWorld and Winning Angle all went 5-0 in Week 3 as they avoided the most popular plays while 4ViewFromVegas was 4-1 with the only loss being on the Jacksonville (a 19-17 loser to Baltimore at pick 'em), which was the fourth most-selected team. All picks of the record 1,854 entrants (actually, there was one no-show in Week 3) went 3,724-5,541 (40.2 percent). What we learned: Week 3 NFL betting recap Missed any of the NFL action on Sunday? Dave Tuley runs through all 13 games to give a recap from a betting perspective, including which teams covered easily and which games were toss-ups. Early shifts in Week 4 NFL betting lines How have the early Week 4 NFL lines moved with sharp money? Dave Tuley takes a look at where all the lines stand after early betting. After the first three weeks of the season, the top five consensus has dropped to 3-12 ATS (20 percent) while the overall consensus isn't much better at 17-30 (36.2 percent) -- and all picks of all contestants are 12,786-15,009 (46 percent). (Note: the Steelers-Redskins game in Week 1 had the exact same number of entrants pick each side, so that's not included.) The leaderboard is pretty crowded at the top with 30 entrants, including last week's co-leaders, tied for fifth place at 12-3 with another 47 tied for 35th at 11-4, just two games behind the leaders. SuperContestants pay $1,500 to enter and are playing for more than $2.5 million in prizes (after an administrative fee of 8 percent was taken out) and a first-place prize of $895,482. The contest runs all 17 weeks of the NFL season and we'll follow it here at ESPN Chalk until the champion is crowned. Golden Nugget leader goes 7-0 to vault to 19-2 ATS overall A Friday Football Showdown entrant named @NFL_Totals went 7-0 over the weekend and is now 19-2 ATS (90.5 percent) after three weeks of the $2,000 buy-in contest at the Golden Nugget that allows contestants to also pick NFL over/unders as well as college sides and totals. @NFL_Totals, who prefers to stay anonymous at this time (though he won't have that option if he makes the playoff portion of the contest that takes place on The Las Vegas Sportsline radio show starting in Week 11), has a 2.5-point lead over RoughRider39 and Will Landers, who are tied for second at 16-4-1 (just like the SuperContest, a win is worth 1 point and a push is worth half a point). Timothy Billow is fourth at 16-5, last year's runner-up Anthony Curtis is fifth at 15-6 and FreaksForum and Mucked Nuts are tied with 14.5 points for sixth and seventh place, which is the cutoff for the playoffs. The eighth berth will be determined in a "wild-card chase" in Weeks 9 and 10. So, @NFL_Totals is 4.5 points above the cut while there are 37 entrants that are within 3 points of that covered seventh spot. The Friday Football Showdown drew a field of 96 players at $2,000 apiece for a prize pool of $192,000. The eight qualifiers will earn $3,000 each and then face off in head-to-head matches between Nov. 19 and Dec. 9 on The Las Vegas Sportsline radio show from 2-3 p.m. PT Fridays on ESPN AM 1100 here in town. Those four winners will each win another $2,000 each. The remaining $160,000 is then split up with $96,000 to the eventual champion (for a total haul of $101,000), $40,000 to the runner-up, $8,000 each to the semifinal losers and $8,000 to the winner of a bonus mini-contest held in NFL Weeks 15-17 for all contestants (even those eliminated earlier).