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Jerry Bo's Bookie Busters World Cup edition: Fire starter

Bookie Busters is beating up the World Cup right now. Catherine Ivill/Getty Images

Some refer to it as being on fire; in Spanish En Fuego. Once again, we are riding a major run and the back end of 6 for 6 on MAX plays, 4 for 4 on 4*s  and much more including 2 parlays. In total, in the last five days, Bookie Busters brought us in a little over +40 units, never risking more than 5 U on a single wager (Peru we bet twice).

Fire Starter ….

Costa Rica vs Brazil - FIFA World Cup - Group E
Brazil -1.5    MAX WIN
Brazil TT Over 2     4U PUSH
Brazil to nil    2U WIN


Iceland vs Nigeria - FIFA World Cup - Group D
Nigeria TT Over 1      1U WIN

Switzerland vs Serbia - FIFA World Cup - Group E
Under 2      2U LOSS

Tunisia vs Belgium - FIFA World Cup - Group G
Belgium -1     MAX 5U WIN

Mexico vs South Korea - FIFA World Cup - Group F
Mexico  ML MAX 5U    WIN

Panama vs England - FIFA World Cup - Group G
England -1.5   4U WIN
England to nil  1U LOSS


Senegal vs Japan - FIFA World Cup - Group H
Senegal PK     2U PUSH

Colombia vs Poland - FIFA World Cup - Group H
Over 2     MAX 5U WIN

Colombia advances from Group H   +155 1U

Egypt vs Saudi Arabia - FIFA World Cup - Group A
Egypt ML     1U LOSS

Portugal vs Iran - FIFA World Cup - Group B
Portugal ML     2U LOSS

Peru vs Australia - FIFA World Cup - Group C

Peru    PK 4U WIN

Argentina vs Nigeria - FIFA World Cup - Group D
Over 2.5   MAX 5U WIN
BTTS   4U WIN


Uruguay win Group Max 5U WIN

Peoples Parlay  1U + 7-9U WIN
Brazil  -1.5
Peru PK
Mexico ML
Col/Pol  Over 2


That is 11-4-2  +40U never risking more than 5 on a game.

Final group game plays

Germany vs South Korea - FIFA World Cup - Group F
Germany -1.5 MAX bet 5U

Sweden vs Mexico - FIFA World Cup - Group F
Under 2.5    1U

Brazil vs Serbia - FIFA World Cup - Group E
Brazil TT Over 1.5   2U

Costa Rica vs Switzerland - FIFA World Cup - Group E
Switzerland ML   1U

Poland vs Japan - FIFA World Cup - Group H
PASS

Colombia vs Senegal - FIFA World Cup - Group H
Under First Half

Tunisia vs Panama - FIFA World Cup - Group G
PASS

Belgium vs England - FIFA World Cup - Group G
England PK 2U

Two MAX Bets coming on Bookie Busters Weekend edition.

Any questions or comments reach me @JerryBoknowz on Twitter.

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The Houston Texans started fast but faltered late as the New York Jets hand Houston their ninth loss of the season 21-14. Here are 11 observations from the game.

1. Starting safety Justin Reid was benched for the game. David Culley said after the game it was his decision as head coach and he would keep the matter internal with Reid.

2. This is the third defender benched for disciplinary reasons this season. Reid joins Zach Cunningham and Desmond King as players who missed time for discipline.

3. Justin Reid told Fox 26 he was benched because he had a disagreement with the coaching staff. He also said he was shocked the Texans benched him. You have to wonder if the “culture” the team is building is right when one of the more likable and personable players falls victim to their rules. Reid, who is a free agent this offseason, could leave the Texans.

4. Tyrod Taylor had a couple of nice plays early on for the Texans. His willingness to take some shots downfield was refreshing and led to a touchdown pass to Brandin Cooks.

5. Rookie tight end Brevin Jordan found the end zone. He has played well in recent weeks after finally getting on the field. Jordan is playing over Jordan Akins as Akins was a healthy scratch again this week.

6. Tytus Howard started at left tackle with mixed results. Howard has struggled to find his way at guard but could be a long-term option at tackle if given the chance.

7. The offensive line overall played poorly after some early success. The pass rush of the Jets got going and the run blocking was poor again. Lane Taylor played at left guard some, with Max Scharping also playing some at that spot.

8. The offense was horrendous after the two scoring drives. The Texans amassed 202 net yards with 91 yards coming on those two scoring drives. Houston gained just 49 net yards after their opening three drives.

9. After the game, I asked David Culley if he would be making a change with his play-caller. Culley stood behind offensive coordinator Tim Kelly and said he would remain the team’s play-caller.

10. Second-year defensive lineman Ross Blacklock had two horrible errors that handed the Jets a chance to turn three points into seven points. Blacklock got a personal foul on a field goal attempt giving the Jets a first down. The very next play his offsides penalty erased a sack. Each week Blacklock falls even more behind a bevy of players drafted after him who contribute positively on a regular basis.

11. The loss to another bottom-dweller has the Texans back in the second spot in the 2022 NFL Draft order. It also feels like the deflating nature of this loss erased some of the good feelings after the victory over the Titans. The Indianapolis Colts come to Houston next week to begin December’s portion of the schedule.

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