Super Bowl LVI Odds Update After NFL Week 12

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Craig Edwards brings a Super Bowl LVI Odds update after NFL week 12 for Bookmakers Review!

Super Bowl LVI

Sunday, February 13, 2022 at SoFi Stadium

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How Was Thanksgiving NFL Night for You?

Hopefully, you took my advice to the obvious under in the Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions game and just enjoyed the food on the early match. Dallas Cowboys managed to lose a high scoring encounter to the LA Raiders and despite not drifting in the price for the Super Bowl LVI after two recent defeats the bigger price now of +1200 is more in keeping with their actual chance.

The Saints lost their fourth match on a spin to the Buffalo Bills who needed the win badly after recent weeks and as always are too short in all markets for my liking.

NFL Week 12 Early Slate Saw the New England Patriots Become Real Super Bowl LVI Contenders

Much to my chagrin, having advised the Tennessee Titans on the spread, the New England Patriots were much too good for my Gangster Squad. I still expect the Titans to be a factor in the Playoffs but with six wins on the spin, the New England Patriots have all but locked up their playoff berth while becoming realistic contenders for the AFC East with the Buffalo Bills. We all know the narrative when Bill Belichick makes the playoffs and with that in mind “The Pats” chances of Super Bowl LVI are suddenly requiring the utmost respect from bettors and firms alike but the prices of circa +900 feel too regressive.

It’s been quite a low-key week, especially on the early NFL Week 12 card with many Super Bowl also-rans like the Miami Dolphins, New York Jets, Atlanta Falcons, Cincinnati Bengals, and the New York Giants all winning bringing little palpable information for the Super Bowl LVI market.

The other match that looked tenably linked to the Super Bowl LVI market was the high-scoring win for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers over the Indianapolis Colts to sure up their position as favourites for the Super Bowl LVI which was no surprise.

The Late NFL Week 12 Card Was a Little More Helpful

The was another low scoring win for the Baltimore Ravens over the Cleveland Browns in the AFC North despite four interceptions against Lamar Jackson who once again gives that underwhelming feeling that bettors are always questioning his full fitness. That said no one can question the Raven’s team ethic and ability to roll up their sleeves and eke out hard-fought wins.

The match of the late card saw the Green Bay Packers consign the LA Rams to a third reverse in succession at Lambeau Field. To be honest, I had been against the Packers until now believing Aaron Rodgers antics pre-season would have an impact on the spirit in the changing room. The flipside to that is maybe the players are embracing the prospect of the star Quarterback’s final season and instead, it’s brought a new resolve and determination of bringing Rodgers a second Super Bowl ring and a perfect swansong, which is reflected in the price regression to +700 in places.

Pats Look a Value Bet on the Money Line Rather Than the AFC East at the Prices

To lose cornerback, Tre’Davious White for the remainder of the season is a massive blow to the Buffalo Bills chances. Their immediate future could meet an unmovable object this week as a brim-full of confidence New England Patriots are the visitors for a top of the AFC East clash in Monday Night Football.

Interestingly, when looking at the prices on the Division, The New England Patriots are only +100 but for Monday Night Football’s match, they are +240 on the Money line with YouWager.

With the Buffalo Bills defence built around stopping the pass, the Pats offence could have a consequence like the Indianapolis Colts who swept the Bills off their feet a couple of weeks ago. You factor in the loss of Tre’Davious White and we have a money line bet in a game of this importance on the New England Patriots to beat their Divisional rivals the Buffalo Bills in NFL Week 13.

NFL Week 13 Pick: New England Patriots to beat the Buffalo Bills +240 at YouWager

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Super Bowl LVI Thoughts

As readers and followers will know, I have my eye on the Arizona Cardinals, but I think this week we will keep our powder dry on the Super Bowl LVI market. We already have the Kansas City Chiefs at +1200 and the Tennessee Titans at +2000 who incidentally are now +2500 at BetOnline. I am not put off the Titans after last week’s loss and expect their team spirit to come to the fore in the playoffs and therefore if you missed last week’s advice at +2000, take the better price of +2500 this week.

Super Bowl LVI Pick: Tennessee Titans +2500 at BetOnline

*Only if you’re not already on last week.

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