Gambling Guide

Bookie Busters: Fresh bread

Time to haul in some bread. Credit: Getty Images

As a gambler, sometimes switching things up is a good thing. When you make a wager and the game has played out, you usually get a sense of whether you were on the right side or not. When completely wrong, the bettor can assume their read and handicap was completely wrong. But in some instances, you lose a bet but still believe you had the right side.

The ability to be able to withstand those kind of beats and runs is what will separate you from the novice gambler. Knowing when to slow down and when to ride out bad spells can be crucial to the future of your bankroll. Know when to eject, just because I list a game it doesn't mean to empty your account, Play according to your specific situation.

On the winning side Tuesday, we went back to our old ways and crushed the hoops slate. Lets build on that momentum and keep cashing midweek tickets. There's a ton of games in the next 5-7 days, please give yourself bullets to be able to fire comfortably.

New Plays


Barcelona first half over 1 risk 10U

Parlay 5U -124

Arsenal ML

Liverpool ML

Arsenal -1.5 5U

Game over 4.5 5U


Tennessee first half TT over 35.5 5U MAX

Tenn game TT over 75 7U MAX


Illinoise St 2nd half ML 7U MAX



Rockets game over 241.5 7U MAX


Play at your own risk but Im riding Cinci -5 2nd half 7U

Previous Plays

Ohio St ML risk 10U

Western Michigan game over 142 5U

Ohio ST parlays pending ( Two 3 unit plays)

Over Ohio St TT O live 10U

first half over 64.5 live 5U

Previous Plays


Over 3 5U MAX


Newcastle ML 3U


Barcelona over 3



over 2 2nd half +105 5U MAX

so over 5 for game

Update 1154

Kentucky TT over 75.5 5U MAX play

First half -4 3U

Warriors TT over 61.5 2nd half 5U MAX

Arsenal first half -1 5U MAX

Frankfurt over 3 5U MAX

Frankfurt TT over 1.5 2U

Valencia /Celtic Over 2.5 2U

Parlay 1U Valencia ML

Zagreb ML

Arsenal first half -1

Frankfurt TT over 1.5

Zagreb/ Plzen over 2.5 +115 1U

First half over 1 1U

UNC max 5U

First half TT

2nd half UNC

Man city first half

City TT

city -1.5

2nd half over 5U MaX

Sacramento St vs Weber State

Over 144 5U MAX


First half over 1 2U

Bremen ML 2U


Wellington /Sydney Over 1 First half 2U

Bounce back week!

Leipzig vs Hoffenheim

BTTS and over 2.5 5U


Spurs/Nets over 233 2U

76ers -2 2U


Golden State Warriors - 3rd Quarter TT over 29.5 5U MAX

2nd half TT over 59 5U MAX


Houston Rockets 2nd half TT over 61 5U MAX
3rd Q -4.5 3U

3rd Q TT over 31 5U


Sacramento Kings at Minnesota Timberwolves
2nd half over 114.5 7U MAX


England Championship

Sheffield vs Brentford over 2.5 10U

For any questions or comments reach me @JerryBoKnowz Twitter.

Be sure to check out my show MoneyLine with Josh Jordan on ESPN 97.5. We're on every Sunday from 10-noon, and we'll talk a lot of fantasy football and NFL gambling. Also, be sure to follow us @Moneyline975 on Twitter.

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Here's what Davante Adams' big day against the Texans really proved

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Seven weeks into the season, Bradley Roby has been the sole bright spot playing for a secondary that has been subpar at best. He entered Week 7 against the Green Bay Packers trailing only Eric Murray for the most tackles as a defensive back, while owning the Houston Texans' only interception of the season.

During his media availability on Thursday, Roby spoke about having the Texans' confidence to trust him as the primary defender shadowing the opposing team's best receiver.

And with Davante Adams coming to NRG Stadium with Aaron Rodgers on Sunday, Roby had an opportunity to illustrate why Houston's coaching staff have so much faith in him.

Three plays into the game, Roby sustained a knee injury that sidelined him the rest of the afternoon. In his absence, the Texans felt his importance competing with a depleted secondary.

Adams would go on to have a career day against the Texans. He recorded a career-best 196 receiving yards on 13-of-18 targets and two touchdowns — as the Packers handed the Texans a 35-20 loss on Sunday.

Had the Fort Worth native avoided the injury, would it have resulted in a victory for the Texans? Perhaps not. It is always hard for a team to come away victorious after going scoreless during the first half, but Roby would have limited the destruction caused by Adams. Rogers completed four deep passes where he recorded 28 or more yards, with Adams being the recipient of three.

Not only did Houston have to deal with the effects of not having their best corner shadow one of the league's premier receivers, but the team was not prepared to battle without Roby, according to Michael Thomas following the loss.

"When you lose your starting corner like that, it's going to affect [the team]," Thomas said. "Anytime you have to make adjustments. If you're not prepared, and you don't have the right mindset, then you're probably not going to get the right results you want. Maybe we could have done it a little sooner, but you definitely miss a guy like Roby. You plan on having your number one guy go against their number one guy all the time."

Roby's premature exit left the Texans with a gaping void to slowdown Rodgers and the Packers without two of their projected starting corners. Gareon Conley — who revived his career during the second half of last season — has yet to play a single snap for Houston in 2020 as he continues to recover from offseason ankle surgery.

Their lackluster performance on Sunday showcased the lack of depth and talent the Texans have in the secondary. And with the trade deadline a week away, it may be in the Texans' best interest to invest in a young defensive back they can build around in the future — especially considering the timetable on Conley's return remains unknown.

Interim head coach Romeo Crennel said on Monday that the team is hoping Roby's injury is short-term and hopes to have their top corner make his return following the bye.

At 1-6 on the year, all the Texans have left to play for is pride as they close out the remaining nine games of the season, and the best way is to prevent another receiver from recording nearly 200 yards in a single game.

For this vulnerable secondary, it is a feat easier said than done. And with the talents of Jarvis Landry, T.Y. Hilton, and A.J. Brown remaining on the schedule, it is only best for Roby to make his return to the field sooner rather than later.

"I take pride in it. It's an opportunity that not a lot of guys get throughout the league, and I'm thankful for that. Just to be able to go against the best and try my best for the team and see how I match up. I'm very thankful for that." — Roby.

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