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The Dallas Cowboys’ fan base was demoralized after star quarterback Tony Romo suffered a long-term back injury in the preseason. However, two rookies have put forth incredible performances, pushing the Cowboys to a healthy 5-1 SU and ATS. Running back Ezekiel Elliott leads the NFL in rushing, and quarterback Dak Prescott has played so well he might take the starting role from Romo.

 

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Dallas Cowboys

This Week’s Super Bowl Odds: +1000

Last Week: +1800

The Cowboys continue to rise up the ranks. Sunday’s road game in Green Bay was their toughest challenge of the season, and they passed with flying colours, securing an easy 30-16 victory. Rookie quarterback Dak Prescott has gone from being a serviceable replacement for veteran Tony Romo to the potential new starting quarterback of the team. This week, the Cowboys are on their bye, so you can expect lots of talk regarding their possible new starting quarterback.

 

Kansas City Chiefs

This Week’s Super Bowl Odds: +1800

Last Week: +2800

The Kansas City Chiefs limped into their bye week a game out of last place in the AFC West, but they’ve rested and emerged with an impressive 26-10 victory in Oakland, which now puts them a game out of first place in the division. They’ll have a chance to build some momentum in the coming weeks when they face a few struggling defenses, including the New Orleans Saints, Jacksonville Jaguars and Indianapolis Colts. These defenses rank 21st or worse in points per game allowed.

 

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Philadelphia Eagles

Last Week’s Super Bowl Odds: +3300

This Week: +5000

Back-to-back road losses have brought the Philadelphia Eagles back down to earth. Rookie quarterback Carson Wentz impressed fans when he started the season, but is now coming off his worst game to date. He completed just 11 passes for 179 yards in a 27-20 loss to the Washington Redskins on Sunday.

 

Carolina Panthers

Last Week’s Super Bowl Odds: +4000

This Week: +7500

The Carolina Panthers’ tumble continued into Week 6 when they lost 41-38 to the New Orleans Saints. The Panthers, who lost just once the entire 2015 regular season, have managed to win only once in their 2016 campaign thus far. While they’ve dealt with all sorts of issues across the roster, their defensive struggles are their main challenge these days. They’re allowing 29.3 points per game (30th in the NFL), and that has to stop if they want to turn things around.

 

Updated Super Bowl Futures Top Three

1. New England Patriots (+300): It was another steady week for the New England Patriots, who improved to 5-1 after beating the Cincinnati Bengals 35-17.

2. Minnesota Vikings (+700): The Vikings were on a bye, but a Pittsburgh Steelers’ road loss has dropped the Steelers from the second spot, making room for the Vikings to move up.

3. Seattle Seahawks (+750): The Seahawks have now won three straight games and are one game out of first place in the NFC.

 

 

*Odds as of October 18, 2016