Super Bowl LVI Odds Update After NFL Week 13

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Craig Edwards brings a Super Bowl LVI Odds update after NFL Week 13 for Bookmakers Review.

Super Bowl LVI

Sunday, February 13, 2022 at SoFi Stadium

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Cowboys Looking Dangerous Gun Slingers

Thursday Night Football saw a near full-strength Dallas Cowboys back to winning ways against the New Orleans Saints, and you could see the palpable difference wide-receivers CeeDee Lamb and Amari Cooper, playing together for the first time in months, made to the victors.

Amari Cooper was only used sparingly having just come off the Covid-19 list and both could be a huge positive factor moving forward for the Cowboys and I must confess the +1400 with Everygame for Super Bowl LVI looks too big.

Similar to NFL Week 12, this week felt like the franchise teams were swimming in calmer waters and the results were more in keeping with all known forms. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Arizona Cardinals were comfortable winners on the early card as they marched relentlessly to the NFC Conference playoffs.

The only real shock on the early slate of the NFL Week 13 card was the Detroit Lions belatedly getting off the mark for the season with a last-minute walk-off touchdown win over the hapless Minnesota Vikings

NFL Week 13 Late Card More Informative With LA Rams Back to Form

The only misstep so far for our Super Bowl LVI perm of bets was advising the LA Rams for the NFC Conference at which point they proceeded to go on a three-match losing run.

NFL teams losing matches is a given this crazy season, but that three-peat of matches was very concerning particularly with Matthew Stafford appearing slightly wrong. Sunday’s demolition of the Jacksonville Jaguars has gone some way to soothing those fears, but they will need to back it up in the coming weeks and their price is holding at +1200.

Our Kansas City Bet Slips Look Our Chief Hope

As badly timed as our bet on the LA Rams were, our bets on the Kansas City Chiefs are looking better by the week. Yes. It’s been five weeks since we started backing them in the Super Bowl LVI, AFC Conference, and AFC West but it’s been five winning weeks whereby the defense has plugged the previous leaks.

Steve Spagnuolo is well-known for his defense’s getting better as the season progresses with his meticulous planning to combat each opponent’s strengths as they become more apparent. Sunday’s win over the Denver Broncos was another illustration of that theme and the overall solid-looking Kansas City Chiefs +700 with Bovada are now pushing for Super Bowl LVI favoritism.

Monday Night Football Saw the Pats Run the Bills Into Submission

The Monday Night Football match between the New England Patriots and the Buffalo Bills was one hell of a grind as the New England Patriots ground down their opponents with a strong run game exposing the Bills deficiencies as hoped for readers and followers who were on the New England Patriots to win on the money line at +240.

It wasn’t the most exciting game but the Pats are starting to look as reliable as those Brady days of the past while the Buffalo Bills Super Bowl LVI price has finally drifted to a more realistic +1200 at the NFL odds.

Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington Looks the Match of the Week

The Washington Football Team continued to catch the eye with their late-season push for the playoffs after a third successive win since their bye week, which has obviously helped Ron Rivera refocus his team. There was much optimism around the Washington Football Team at the start of the season and that is beginning to look shrewd, but it may be that it’s the next campaign that they start to justify their promise.

This week’s Divisional clash with the Dallas Cowboys means many could be saying differently this time next week but, I won’t judge either on this week’s match because the Cowboys will still be one game clear at the top of the NFC East should they lose.

I think it’s entirely plausible that Washington is playing the best football of the two teams while the Cowboys have the more realistic chance of winning Super Bowl LVI. Therefore, with home-field advantage, the Washington Football Team is the value play for your NFL picks to beat their divisional rivals at +170 with Heritage Sports.

NFL Week 14 Pick: Washington Football Team to Beat Dallas Cowboys (+170) at Heritage Sports

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Take the +1400 Dallas Cowboys

The +1400 being bandied about by Everygame looks too big for the Dallas Cowboys to win the Super Bowl LVI as Amari Cooper and CeeDee Lamb start to flourish with more practice as we enter the Playoffs.

If you can’t get +1400 then maybe keep your powder dry until next week as I don’t expect that the Dallas Cowboys will be less than +1200 should they win and if they lose as predicted, they will be bigger.

Super Bowl LVI Pick: Dallas Cowboys (+1400) at Everygame

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