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
Parlay #1 1U lose -1
Monaco Over 2.5
PSG Over 3
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
Last week read +167.5U + 39.3U = 206.8 we finally broke our 200 Unit goal. 300 you're next!!
Borussia Monchengladbach at Freiburg
Over 2.5 – 125 2U
TT over 25.5
Tre'quan Smith Rec Over 3
Yards Over 43.3
scores Td +220
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All of a sudden, the Houston Texans have won three straight and host the Jacksonville Jaguars for a highly anticipated game this weekend
If the Texans come away victorious, they will take possession of first place in the division, and be in position to host a home playoff game for the first time since 2019.
Which got us thinking, is this the best version of the Texans we've ever seen? Many would say the best Texans teams were the ones coached by Gary Kubiak with Matt Schaub at QB. Or some may say it was the Bill O'Brien 2019 team with Deshaun Watson pulling the trigger at QB.
Regardless of which era of the Texans you believe was the best, one thing is for sure. This year's team has us optimistic on several levels. Ownership seems to have figured things out with the Easterby days behind us. Nick Caserio is a serious candidate for Executive of the Year, CJ Stroud is a favorite for Offensive Rookie of the Year, and has a chance to win MVP. And DeMeco Ryans has a legit shot at Coach of the Year.
But let's go even further. Has DeMeco done enough already to be considered the franchise's best coach? Many would say these questions are entirely premature, but are they really?
We could also make the argument that Tank Dell is already the third-best receiver in franchise history behind Andre Johnson and DeAndre Hopkins. He already has as many touchdowns (6) as Dre and Hopkins combined in their rookie seasons.
And let's make things even more interesting. Is CJ Stroud the best Houston QB since Warren Moon?
Be sure to watch the video above as we answer all these questions!