Super Bowl 2022 Odds: Could Tom Brady And The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Run It Back
Super Bowl LV is barely over and the ticker tape has only just stopped falling on Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and we're already got odds for next year's Super Bowl.
An incredible 31-9 performance and a 7th ring for Tom Brady surely cements his status as the GOAT, but how does it impact the Bucs odds of running it back? His Tampa Bay team are third favorites at +1200 to win next year's Super Bowl, level in odds with Josh Allen's Bills. There will be lingering doubts over Brady's age but he's continued to show that he can beat father time, and they'd hope to get back to the big game next year. There are also doubts around whether we'll see Chris Godwin, Leonard Fournette and Antonio Brown suit up for the Bucs next year. The majoirty of pieces from that defense will be back, which considering their performance in pressuring Patrick Mahomes, gives them a huge platform on which to build.
The former champions, the Kansas City Chiefs are +600 favorites and it's no surprise to see why. Patrick Mahomes showed us why he is considered the best player in football, despite being on the losing side on Sunday night, and will only continue to grow as a quarterback. Andy Reid has proved once again that he's one of the best coaches in the sport. Likewise Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill are two of the NFL's best athletes and there is no doubt that the team can go again.
Elsewhere Aaron Rodgers and the Packers are second favorites to win Super Bowl LVI. Rodgers was crowned regular season MVP this year and if he plays at that level again then there is every chance they go the whole way.
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We see familar names like the Bills and Ravens who were amongst it this year but besides them the biggest mover are the LA Rams, who are available at +1400. Replacing Jared Goff with Matthew Stafford is a huge upgrade and a bold roll of the dice from a team in win-now mode. That incredible defense, with Aaron Donald and Jalen Ramsey are a threat to anybody and if Stafford can play at his best then it gives Sean McVay a real platform to go and get a ring.
Their divisional rivals, the 49ers, +1500, are next in the betting. There's potential for a QB change but even if that doesn't happen they still have Kyle Shanahan and there is no way that their luck with injuries can be as bad again next season.
Looking for a longer shot? At +10000 the Jacksonville Jaguars are the team who are least likely to win Super Bowl LVI, but things can turn quickly in the NFL. With Trevor Lawrence set to be wearing teal, and a haul of picks to be made, in addition to a ton of cap space, this is a team who could get quick soon.
Kansas City Chiefs +600
Green Bay Packers +1100
Buffalo Bills +1200
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +1200
Baltimore Ravens +1400
Los Angeles Rams +1400
San Francisco 49ers +1500