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The money train continues this weekend with the return of NFL Sundays. We made it!!

With more opportunities to wager, lower your unit sizing and make sure you give yourself room to work. We will have plenty of action throughout the weekend. Good Luck

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Patriots 3rd Q over 3.5 points 5U MAX

9/8 310

49ers/Bucs Over 51 5U MAX

Previous Plays

Bears/Packers 2nd half under 23 5U MAX BOMB

715 CST

Bears -3 3U Bears

FH Team Total Over 12.5 3U

Allen Robinson Over 4.5 receptions 4U

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Houston/OU Over 80 5U MAX

Houston +23 3U

OK st/Oregon St

FH over 37 5U MAX

Game over 73 5U MAX

HT UPDATE 801 CST

Rutgers TT over 19.5 2nd half 3U

Rutgers -7 2nd half 5U MAX

552 CST 9/30

Yankees Team Total Over 5.5 5U MAX

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Utah/BYU Under 49 3U

8/28 220 CST

Yankees -1.5 2U

Yankees Team Total over 5.5 2U

MLS

LA FC vs LA Galaxy 5U MAX

Over 3.5 released earlier on Moneyline 97.5

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Should Watson be in the MVP conversation? Composite image by Jack Brame.

The 2020 NFL season has a lot going on. Even if we take the coronavirus out of it, there's still a lot to digest. There are so many great performances being put up, one can make an argument for several players to win league MVP. The quarterback position typically gets more credit than others. If I restrict the argument to quarterbacks only, we're looking at Russell Wilson, Patrick Mahomes, and Aaron Rodgers. Dalvin Cook, Alvin Kamara, and Derrick Henry are the leading contenders at running back. On defense, there really isn't a standout defender. The defense gets no love, but there are several guys in the running for NFL Defensive Player of the Year.

Deshaun Watson has been putting up numbers that have matched or rivaled some of the top MVP candidates over his last seven games. That stretch has coincided with the firing of head coach/general manager Bill O'Brien. Coincidence? I think not. Taking the reigns off a wild horse can often lead to said horse running free and flourishing! So question: Should Watson be getting league MVP considerations? I think so.

For starters, he's been one of the best players in the league over the course of the last seven games. 18 passing touchdowns and only two interceptions. The only quarterback with a better touchdown to interception ratio over that same span is Mahomes (19 and 2, as opposed to Watson's 18 & 2). Factoring in total season stats, of course Mahomes is doing much better. He's on a better team with a much better coach and general manager. The same could be said for Wilson and Rodgers. Put Watson on any of those teams and their records wouldn't be any worse than what they are now.

The Texans are 4-3 since firing O'Brien. While that isn't a great record, consider the fact they started the season 0-4 and looked like a total disaster. Watson looked like he was caged and couldn't wait to be freed. The team's record could be even better if the defense had a pulse. The proper supporting cast has a lot to do with a player's MVP candidate's chances. Now that one of his favorite weapons, Will Fuller, and the team's best corner, Bradley Roby, are both suspended for the rest of the season by the league for violating the substance abuse/PED policy, things will get much tougher for Watson.

If he continues to put up these cartoon like numbers, I don't see why he wouldn't be in the MVP conversation. He's currently fopurth in passing yards, sixth in completion percentage, tied for fifth in passing touchdowns, eighth in QBR, and third in quarterback rating. Watson is emerging as the star he was projected to be coming into the 2017 draft. I'm not saying Watson deserves to be the league MVP, but he deserves to be in the conversation. His MVP candidacy should be treated like the family gathering hierarchy: once you reach a certain age and/or status, you're no longer resigned to the kiddie table. Now you get to sit with all the adults, engage in their conversations, and gain access to things you couldn't previously. Watson won't win the MVP award, but I strongly believe he could finish top five. Especially if he keeps making lemonade with the lemons he's been given.

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