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Bookie Busters: On another level

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At a loss for words for the first time this year. The 300 unit goal was reached for last year and we did it in style. Perhaps my greatest run of the season, we easily picked up over 80 units in a 10-day span.

Be proud of yourself; it's work to get that kind of success in sports gambling. Know it doesn't always go your way and sometimes the ball just doesn't want to go in. Be prepared for that.

For now, we must continue building what we started. Anyone can give picks on Twitter, but it's what you can learn from me that makes the difference.

Cheers to continued success this year.... Let the good times roll

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Purdue vs. Auburn

Over 56 2U +2
Iowa st +3 3U Max +3
Liverpool/ Arsenal Over 3 8U MAX ORGAN PLAY +8

Salah scores goal 1U+1

Alabama first TT O 47.5 5U -5.5

Colts ML 8U +8

KC TT over 33 game 8U +8

Bears +4.5 2U +2

Atl/Tampa over 52.5 +1

1U Atl -1 1U +1

Chargers -6.5 3U +3
5U MAX live +5

San Francisco 49ers at Los Angeles Rams Over 48.5 1U +1

Mahomes Passing TD over 2.5 3U -4

Bears +3 first half 1U +3

small parlay 1U + 5.5

Bengals +14.5

Browns _7.5

Chargers -6.5

Kittle Over receptions 5.5 2U +2

Over 82.5 yards 2U +2

TD 1U +1

Colts TT over 11.5 2nd half 3U MAX +3

Teaser 7 point small 1U -1.2

Utah PK

Aggies -.5

Celtics -1.5 1U small -1.1

Tottenham TT over 2 5U MAX +5

OHIO ST -6 3U MAX -3.3

TEXAS TT Over 9.5 3U MAX +3

+51.4 and this even close to what we made counting the live bets. CRAZY start to the year

+51.4 2019

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Manchester Utd at Newcastle
Over 2.5 1U


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Celtics TT over 110.5 1U


UPDATE 138 CST

Liverpool/ Man City

First Half over 1 Kidney play

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Halftime

Pool/city Over 2.5 for the game 3U MAX


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Den/Sac

3rd Q over 55.5 3U MAX


UPDATE 1042

Warriors TT over 27.5 3rd Q 3U MAX


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RAVENS 33, TEXANS 16

5 observations from the Ravens win over the Texans

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Let's be honest; the Texans were not going to beat the Ravens. Baltimore has better players, a better quarterback and a better coaching staff. (And oh, a better kicker). All of that was on display in the Ravens' 33-16 win.

The Ravens move to 2-0, while the Texans dropped to 0-2 after facing the AFC's two best teams.

The Texans will still likely contend for a playoff spot, but nothing the last two weeks indicates they are anywhere near contending in the AFC. A look at five things from the Ravens win:

1) Oh, Brien...It did not take long for Bill O'Brien's goofy coaching to rear its ugly head. Down 3-0 at their own 34 as the first quarter was running out, O'Brien chose to go for it on fourth and one. The play was predictably blown up, the Ravens quickly scored to make it 10-0, and the Texans were instantly in a hole against a superior opponent. You can't give points away against the Ravens. They might have scored anyway with a punt, but there was no stopping them with a short field.

2) Some positives on defense. Despite the score, The Texans looked much better on that side of the ball against an explosive offense. J.J. Watt had two sacks, the team had four total, and they kept Lamar Jackson from destroying them. Seven of the points were scored by the Ravens defense, and O'Brien's gaffe led to seven more. The Ravens wore them down in the fourth quarter, but they played well enough until then to keep the team in the game had the offense been better. They did not force any turnovers, however, and that was one of the differences in the game. They were also blown off the ball on a fourth and one in the fourth quarter that led to the Ravens' 30th points and could not stop the run at all in the fourth quarter. But that's what the Ravens do with a lead, and the Texans offense gave them no breaks by being unable to stay on the field.

3) The difference between real contenders...The Ravens were just so much more skilled on both sides of the ball. Defensively, they focused on taking away the run. David Johnson averaged 3.1 yards per carry. Will Fuller had as many catches as you did. The Ravens forced two turnovers on just really good football plays. The Texans don't make plays like that. They might against lesser teams, but if your goal is to compete with the best, it's just not good enough.

4) Deshaun Watson needs to be better. His numbers looked so so on the surface (25 of 36, 275 yards, 1 TD, 1 interception). He was sacked four times and added 17 rushing yards on five carries. He did not make plays late when they needed one here or there to maybe get back in the game. With his big contract, it's time for Watson to stop being close to elite and take the next step. His interception was more of being fooled by Marcus Peters than throwing a bad ball, but the Texans were just 3 of 9 on third downs. Throw in the ill-advised fourth down play, and they were just 3 of 10 extending drives. Give the Ravens a lot of credit, but again, to compete with the best, you have to be better than that.

5) Now what? The Texans travel to Pittsburgh to take on the Steelers, who have not been impressive in their two wins. Still, it's hard to see Houston as anything but serious underdogs. They are last in the AFC South, and have a lot of work to do. The defense showed some promise at times, but will have to continue to improve. The offense has a long way to go. They match up better with the Steelers than they do the Ravens and Chiefs, but that does not mean they can win. If you were hoping they would give you some indication they can be more than just also-rans, they failed to do that on any level against either the Chiefs or Ravens.

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