Sports Interaction News Week 4 2022 – Here is the action report and odds for the NFL and the Beijing Olympics with odds plus favorites for this week. See what Sports Interaction has to offer during week 4, 2022.
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After what was probably the greatest weekend of playoff football we’ve seen in recent memory, Sunday’s conference finals have a lot to live up to. In the AFC, the upstart Cincinnati Bengals visit the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium before an all-NFC West clash between the San Francisco 49ers and the Los Angeles Rams.
The Bengals are in the conference title game for the first time since 1988 and opened as 7-point underdogs. The total for this game opened at 53.5 and has bumped up to 55. The visitors have been on a roll with quarterback Joe Burrow making huge plays, but Cincinnati supporters have to be worried about the nine sacks he took last weekend. It’ll be a long day for the Bengals on Sunday if they don’t protect him better. Arrowhead is a very tough place to earn an upset, too. Kansas City is 6-0 against the spread (ATS) in its last six at home.
In the late game, the Rams have a chance at playing a Super Bowl in front of their home fans if they can get past the 49ers. Los Angeles opened as 3-point favourites and has moved to -3.5 even though 65 per cent of early wagers are on the 49ers to cover. The total opened at 48.5 and has dipped to 46.5. San Francisco has won six straight against the Rams, including both of their matchups this season. Possibly the biggest storyline here is Jimmy Garoppolo’s health and productivity. He’s banged up with thumb and shoulder injuries and has yet to throw a touchdown pass in either of the team’s first two playoff games. Aaron Donald and Von Miller will be coming after him just like they did against Tom Brady last weekend.
Hockey will still be the biggest draw for Olympics bettors, even though NHL players won’t be going to Beijing. On the men’s side, which begins on Feb. 9, the Russian Olympic Committee team is the gold medal favourite at +160, followed by Finland (+399), Sweden (+449) and Canada (+599).
In women’s hockey, Canada is a slim -112 favourite with USA just behind at -104. After that there’s a big gap with Finland checking in at +1600. The women’s tournament begins Feb. 3.
Norway is pegged as the favourite to take home the most overall gold medals at -390, followed by Germany at +391, Canada at +444 and USA at +800.
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