We’re just weeks away from the start of the NFL season. What better way to get ready for it than breaking down the odds for this season’s NFL championship game, the Super Bowl! In this article, we’ll go over the books’ favorites to win Super Bowl LVII, give you some dark horses for your consideration, and go over how to bet on the Big Game.
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Buffalo Bills +650
+300 as of 10/21/22
They’ve made the playoffs in 4 out of the last 5 NFL seasons. The Bills have also won back-to-back AFC East titles. The writing has been on the wall for quite some time now but the Bills have come up short in big playoff games year after year. Vegas seems to think that this could be the year for Buffalo. They had the No. 1 ranked defense in the league last season and picked up another elite defensive force in Von Miller. With a more experienced Josh Allen than last year, It’s safe to say that this year’s Bills will be one of the league’s toughest contenders.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +750
+1100 as of 10/21/22
As long as Tom Brady is the QB, you can expect to see the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as one of the favorites to win the Super Bowl. Last season, a 44 year old Tom Brady threw for a league-leading 5,316 yards. This team already had a lethal offense and is now adding wide receiver Julio Jones. In addition to that, the rest of the NFC South is looking especially weak this year. Don’t be surprised if the Buccaneers earn a bye in the first round of the playoffs; making a Super Bowl run even more likely.
Kansas City Chiefs +1000
+800as of 10/21/22
Who doesn’t love Patty Mahomes?
Ever since Patty was drafted, the Chiefs have had massive success. They made it to the AFC championship in 2018, won the Super Bowl in 2019, lost the Super Bowl in 2020 and made it to the AFC championship again in 2021. Great season after great season with Mahomes at the helm. The big reason for the Kansas City Chiefs not being Super Bowl favorites is the fact that they lost one of their biggest offensive weapons in Tyreek Hill (insert deuces here) in the offseason. Travis Kelce is still with Chiefs and will continue to dominate at Tight End. But the question remains, who (if anyone) will step us as the leading wide receiver for the Chiefs?
Los Angeles Rams +1100
+2400 as of 10/21/22
The Rams beat the Bengals to win Super Bowl LVI last year; but now the Los Angeles Rams are currently only the 4th favorite to win this year’s. Why is that? Just like the Chiefs, it comes down to the loss of an elite player. Von Miller left the LA Rams for the Buffalo Bills over the Summer. While the Rams still have some of the league’s best defensive talents in Aaron Donald and Jalen Ramsey, the Rams’ defense is expected to be lesser than it was last year after losing an elite linebacker in Von Miller. But then again, QB Matt Stafford and Super Bowl MVP WR Cooper Kupp along with gung-ho Head Coach Sean Mcvay is one hell of a combination.
Green Bay Packers +1200
+2000 as of 10/21/22
The Green Bay Packers kept their Super Bowl hopes alive this past offseason with the resigning of Aaron Rodgers. The Packers have been one of the more frustrating teams to support over the last decade. Aaron Rodgers displays MVP-level play at the QB position nearly every season, but the Packers have only been able to appear in/win the Super Bowl once during the Rodgers’ Era. The Packers also traded away one of the league’s top wide receivers , Davante Adams, this past offseason. All of that aside, Green Bay has finished 1st in their division for the past 3 years straight and made it to the NFC Championship in 2 of those years. A Green Bay Super Bowl appearance and win is always possible.
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Denver Broncos +1700
+9000 as of 10/21/22
The Broncos have fallen from the glory of winning the 2015 Super Bowl with Peyton Manning at QB. After Manning retired following that Super Bowl victory, the Broncos have seen 6 straight years of no playoff appearances and 5 straight years of under .500 records with quarterbacks coming and going seemingly every season. Russell Wilson is one of those quarterbacks that will have an immediate positive impact on any team he plays for. When an elite veteran like Russell Wilson is your QB, a deep playoff run is very possible.
Baltimore Ravens +2000
+1800 as of 10/21/22
The Ravens underwhelmed last year with an 8-9 record and no playoff appearance. But if you look into the details, you’ll see that this Ravens team is much better than that record. 4 of their 9 losses were decided by 2 points or less last season and they struggled with multiple key piece injuries including 2019 MVP Lamar Jackson. Lamar has been one of the most electrifying QBs in the NFL when healthy and it seems that he’ll be fully ready for the upcoming season.
Philadelphia Eagles +3000
+550 as of 10/21/22
The Eagles dealt with a lot of injuries throughout the entire season last year. With many of their starters missing so many games, the Eagles were somehow still able to make the playoffs. In the offseason, they acquired some new defensive pieces as well as AJ Brown, a much-needed threat at wide receiver. They finished with a 9-8 record and a playoff appearance in a 2021 season plagued with injuries. At +3000, a Super Bowl win is definitely worth a look.
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