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The weekend is here, and you know what that means for the Bookie Buster family. Well, let's be honest, not only weekends but this basically is like printing money for some time now. Let's see how we did:
 

Last articles plays

Red Star vs Liverpool  14.3
1st Half over 1.5   5U MAX winner +5 48.6

Brugge vs Monaco

Over 2.5   -130 1u LOSS  -1.3

Dortmund/ Atl  -125 BTTS 3U MAX  LOSS -3.8

Tottenham BTTS and over 2.5   5U MAX winner +5

BTTS  2U winner +2

Over 3   2U winner +2

Live over PSG 3-3.5   5U winner +5

Parlay 3U   loss -3
PSG ML
Pool  ML

Parlay #1     1U lose -1
Monaco Over 2.5
Dort/Atl    BTTS
PSG Over 3

Leipz/ Celtic
Over 3  -130 5U MAX BOMB  -6.5
Sevilla first half   5U +5
Over first half       5U +5
TT over 4. 5 live     5U +5
Frankfurt 1st half -1.5   1U +1
Astana 2nd half over -1.3
Texans Under 45  -3.9

West Virginia TT live over 47.5  5U MAX +5
Fuller receptions 5U     +5
Yards over   2U +2
TD    1U +1.6
Teaser  5U win
Texans
West V

+39.3U  14-6

Last week read +167.5U    + 39.3U  = 206.8   we finally broke our 200 Unit goal. 300 you're next!!
 

New Plays

Friday
Germany
Borussia Monchengladbach at Freiburg
Over 2.5 – 125    2U

 

SNF

Vikings +1

TT over 25.5

Tre'quan Smith Rec Over 3

Yards Over 43.3

scores Td +220

 

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There's an elephant in the room when it comes to the Houston Texans. No, it's not Bill O'Brien. He's the ominous black cloud that hoovers over the whole building. That cloud is like a slow moving weather system that's constantly dumping rain and flooding the city. Eventually, it'll pass, we'll rebuild and recover from it.

It's not even the McNair family. Cal and Janice are the building itself. It exists, but needs people around and operating it in order for it to fully function. Sure, it could use some work. After all, it's almost twenty years old and could probably use a facelift. It happens when buildings age and are only taken care of or held to minimal standards.

The elephant in the room is Deshaun Watson. More specifically, his progress as a franchise/superstar quarterback. I've heard different people talk about this in one way, shape, form or whatever. AJ and Fred covered it on ESPN Houston's The Blitz. My friend @itsDanielBsr tweeted it and brought it up as well. There were others who talked about this topic, but these were the two places I encountered it in which I could pay closer attention.

When it comes to Watson, most people believe he's a great talent. However, there is a growing sentiment that it's time for him to take the next step. Watson turned 25 on September 14. He signed his four-year extension about a week before his birthday. When you're getting paid like a top quarterback and people recognize you as one of the better young quarterbacks, there comes a time when you need to poop or get off the pot.

When calling Watson to the carpet, people will call O'Brien into question. O'Brien is a factor in holding Watson back some. He's been the play-caller his whole time here in Houston up until this year when he allegedly turned it over to Tim Kelly. We've all seen how that has gone. O'Brien is also the general manager that traded away Watson's top target in DeAndre Hopkins. These type of things can hinder a young quarterback's growth and development, but at what point do we stop blaming O'Brien and start looking at Watson?

Some will point to the offensive line as a key factor as to why Watson isn't progressing. We've seen him escape sacks and create plays out of thin air. But when is it time to call him to the carpet for not going through his reads and/or making a check-down? He often escapes sacks and looks downfield, but should he be looking to scramble more often? Should he be reading progressions better? These intimate details are answers we won't ever get, but we hope we can understand that Watson is making his reads and decisions the way he's supposed to.

Whether it's his big extension, his bumbling idiot of a head coach, his lack of protection, or his lack of weapons, fans will eventually stop giving Watson a pass. Del said it best on ESPN Houston's The Bench: When will people stop bringing up Clemson when talking about Watson's greatness? NFL quarterbacks have their college career talked about in their rookie seasons. After that, it's all about what have you done for me lately. I sincerely hope Watson realizes his tremendous potential. He's a star now and a superstar in the making. The one thing that he needs is the success on the field that will catapult him into the upper echelon of the other top talents at his position. Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Aaron Rodgers, Pat Mahomes, Russell Wilson, and Lamar Jackson all have either a league MVP award and/or a Super Bowl ring. If Watson is to be mentioned in that rarefied air, he needs to start taking the necessary steps. The clock is ticking and people are watching. Your move Deshaun.

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