The Latest Super Bowl LVI Odds For Every Team
We are four weeks into the NFL season and we’ve learned quite a bit. In past years, this would be the quarter-way point of the season. But, with a 17th game added to the regular season this year we’re just under 25% done. That means that the latest Super Bowl odds are much different than they were to start the year.
I’m sure you made plenty of Super Bowl futures bets before the year started, but there is potentially even more Super Bowl odds value now with some teas you know are good that have underperformed through four games.
Taking a look at every single team’s Super Bowl odds seems like a daunting task. But, luckily for you, we’ve done all the hard work for you and compiled the Super Bowl odds for every single one of the NFL’s 32 teams.
Some teams, like the unbeaten Arizona Cardinals, have seen their Super Bowl odds slashed as a result of their awesome performance of late. But others, like the Pittsburgh Steelers, have experienced a little bit of a free fall.
But, let’s get down to business and take a look at the Super Bowl odds for every team.
Super Bowl Odds
Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl Odds
Sure, The Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl odds have gotten longer since the start of the season, but they still have the shortest odds in the entire NFL. To start the year, the Chiefs were +450 to win the Super Bowl. Now, four weeks into the season, they still own the top spot at +600.
Those odds are only available at BetMGM, FOX Bet, Borgata and Resorts. In most places, the Chiefs sit at +550 to win the Super Bowl.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl Odds
The defending Super Bowl champions don’t look like they’ve lost a step this season, and four weeks in their +650 Super Bowl odds are the second shortest in the league. Tom Brady’s weapons have been a little dinged up this season and they faltered in a loss to the Rams in Week 3. But, as we saw last year, a slow start for Tom Brady doesn’t matter come February.
The best Super Bowl odds for the Buccaneers are at BetMGM, PointsBet and Borgata, with odds as short as +600 available at some books.
Buffalo Bills Super Bowl Odds
The top three on the Super Bowl odds list in Week 5 look the exact same as they did prior to the year with the Buffalo Bills holding the top spot. Sure, they were +1200 to start the season and now sit at +850, but they still hold that No. 3 position thanks to QB Josh Allen and the rest of the offense. A Week 1 loos to the Steelers looks worse and worse each week, but it’s not much to be concerned with.
A few sportsbooks have the Bills as short as +700, nipping at the heels of the Buccaneers, but FanDuel will give you the Bills at +850 odds, the best odds on the board.
Green Bay Packers Super Bowl Odds
Our first change from the preseason Super Bowl odds comes to us in spot No. 4. Before the season, this spot belonged to the San Francisco 49ers. Now, the Packers have taken this spot at +1200 odds to win it all. It’s been noted that this is the last season for both Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams in Green Bay. Wouldn’t it be fitting to see them leave as champs?
There are a ton of sportsbooks with +1200 odds available for Green Bay. FanDuel, BetMGM, Caesars, Borgata and Resorts all have that number. But, the Packers are as short as +900 at bet365.
Los Angeles Rams Super Bowl Odds
There were high hopes for the Rams with Matthew Stafford under center this year. Well, the early reviews are in and they are every bit as good as we thought they’d be. As a result, they’re tied with the Packers with the fourth shortest Super Bowl odds right now.
+1200 is still available at PointsBet, but they’re the only sportsbook with those odds on site for the Rams, with odds as short at +800 at Resorts.
Cleveland Browns Super Bowl Odds
Don’t look now, but the Cleveland Browns are still Super Bowl contenders. Coming into the year, there was some that thought that the pressure of dealing with expectations may be a bit much for a young team like Cleveland. But they’ve responded well and are out to a 3-1 start on the year.
Right now, Unibet, Sugar House and Resorts are the only three sportsbooks with that number available, and bet365 has them all the way down at +1100.
Arizona Cardinals Super Bowl Odds
If you’re a believer in the Arizona Cardinals, the last undefeated team in the NFL, there is still time to hop on their Super Bowl odds as they haven’t gotten too short yet. At +1600, there is still value for the NFC West leading Cardinals. The issue is they play in a brutal division and don’t have a ton of experience on the roster.
That +1600 number is available at Caesars and bet365 for the Arizona Cardinals Super Bowl odds.
Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl Odds
The Ravens, despite all their injury issues, have been hovering around this +1600 mark for the entire season.Despite a bad Week 1 showing against Las Vegas, they’re still hanging around the top of the league. Sure, it doesn’t help that Cleveland is legit, but Pittsburgh looks to be one of the worst teams in the NFL early on, so they still have a shot at the AFC North.
BetMGM and Borgata are your places to back the Ravens at +1600. Their worst Super Bowl odds are at FOX Bet and bet365 (+1100).
Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl Odds
I’m actually shocked the Cowboys are still this long to win the Super Bowl. Other than a close loss to the Buccaneers to start the year, Dallas has looked like one of the best teams in the NFL for the past four week. Dak Prescott is healthy and slinging it, their receivers are some of the best in the NFL and that Dan Quinn defense looks like it could be legit.
Dallas is only available at +2000 at Resorts. Their worst odds, +1600, can be found at four different sportsbooks. So, make sure you stay away from those bad odds.
Los Angeles Chargers Super Bowl Odds
Want to know the best way to win over the fans in Los Angeles? Win a Super Bowl. Yeah, it’s that easy…
Justin Herbert is the real deal. So much so that you can stop talking about him as the best young QB in football and instead start throwing him in the conversation for the best signal caller in the league. Period.
At +2100, the value is there. I’m not sure that LA is really a contender just yet. But, if you are then make sure you grab this number at FanDuel. The Chargers are +1600 at BetMGM and Borgata.
San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl Odds
Can you win a Super Bowl without a QB? I’ve never thought about it before but the 49ers are certainly giving it their best shot this season. Jimmy Garoppolo is doing his “nagging injury” act, like he always does, and Trey Lance looks like he’s still a bit too raw for right now. But, the talent around their QB is undeniable and makes them an interesting pick.
+2800 is great odds if you think that San Francisco can win a title. But the 49ers are as short as +2000 at BetMGM.
Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl Odds
This is the last of the teams that have any real shot at winning a Super Bowl this season as the Seattle Seahakws come into Week 5 with +2800 Super Bowl odds. The Seahawks are one of those teams that have tons of talent on offense, but can’t seem to put it together on the defensive end of the ball.
+2800 is available at Resorts, but a bunch of books still have the Seahawks at +2200 to win the Super Bowl.
Tennessee Titans Super Bowl Odds
The Titans have been one of the most disappointing teams in the NFL this season. Without Derrick Henry, what would they be? We expected a ton of points from the Titans this year, but the Julio Jones AJ Brown experiment hasn’t worked as we thought it would, and it doesn’t help that they’re hurt either.
At +4000, there is a massive drop-off between the Titans and the team in front of them, the Seahawks. The oddsmakers at FOX Bet still have faith with +2200 Super Bowl odds. But, the rest aren’t buying it.
New Orleans Saints Super Bowl Odds
After a Week 1 win over the Green Bay Packers, a New Orleans Saints Super Bowl wasn’t looking like it was too far off. But, in the weeks since, the team has come back to earth. Now we see these +4100 Super Bowl odds for the Saints with Jameis Winston under center and it starts to make more sense.
FanDuel is the only sportsbook giving us +4100 odds on the Saints. Meanwhile, books like FOX Bet and Resorts have them at +3500.
Denver Broncos Super Bowl Odds
If you’re looking to bet on the Broncos to win the Super Bowl this season then make sure you do it at FanDuel. Right now, you can get them at +4400 to win it all at FanDuel, but that same bet at bet365 comes with +3300 odds.
Now, with Teddy Bridgewater hurt and the Denver offense looking suspect, you probably won’t cash a Broncos Super Bowl ticket either way. But, if they somehow catch fire and go on a legendary run, you better make sure you get that +4400 price at FanDuel.
Las Vegas Raiders Super Bowl Odds
It’s a little shocking to see the Raiders this far down the list. A week ago they were 3-0 and atop the AFC West. They dropped a game to the Chargers, so it makes sense to see them fall down the Super Bowl odds board a bit. But, all the way down at +6000?
Derek Carr is playing great football and the Raiders can get after the passer on the defensive end. Their +6000 Super Bowl odds are available at Resorts, while their worst odds, +4000, are at PointsBet.
Minnesota Vikings Super Bowl Odds
While there is some disagreement on the Las Vegas Raiders, the Minnesota Vikings Super Bowl odds seem to be pretty similar, no matter where you look. The best Minnesota Super Bowl odds out there come to us from Resorts and PointsBet.
However, the worst Super Bowl odds you can get for the Vikings are just a bit shorter at +6000. Either way, 2021-2022 isn’t looking like the year that Minnesota will break their Super Bowl drought.
New England Patriots Super Bowl Odds
Long gone are the years of the Patriots competing for a Super Bowl every single year. Mac Jones looks promising if he can develop his game and get the ball down the field, but they’re not in any place to compete for a Super Bowl this year.
Still, the Patriots have longer odds than they probably should as sportsbooks take the impact that Bill Belichick has on a team into account. +8000 are their best odds, but they have Super Bowl odds as short as +5500 at FOX Bet.
Carolina Panthers Super Bowl Odds
I had to do a double-take to make sure I was reading this one right. The Carolina Panthers, who sit at 3-1 on the year and have been one of the biggest surprises of the year, have longer Super Bowl odds than the 1-3 New England Patriots.
Listen, the +10000 odds on the Panthers to win the Super Bowl at Resorts right now are about as can’t miss as it gets. There is a massive difference between the best and worst odds for the Panthers. Their worst odds sit at +6600 right now.
Indianapolis Colts Super Bowl Odds
The Indianapolis Colts are a team that came into the season with Super Bowl aspirations. They spent a 3rd round pick and potentially a 1st round pick on a new QB when they acquired Carson Wentz. Wentz hasn’t been perfect, but he hasn’t been bad either. Still, it seems as though the front office of the Colts overestimated how good the rest of their roster actually was.
Right now, BetMGM, Borgata and Resorts have the best Super Bowl odds for the Colts while bet365’s +5000 number is the worst on the board.
Washington Football Team Super Bowl Odds
Speaking of disappointments. Last year’s NFC East champions have not lived up to the hype this season. Sure, losing your QB in Week 1 doesn’t help. But, the defense that was supposed to carry this team back to the playoffs hasn’t been as good as it’s needed to be either.
Their +10000 Super Bowl odds can be found almost anywhere. But, like the Colts, they sit at +5000 at bet365.
Miami Dolphins Super Bowl Odds
We’re officially above the 100/1 range when it comes to this season’s Super Bowl odds and the first team we find is the Miami Dolphins. Miami, like our last two teams on this list, had big hopes for the upcoming year. But Brian Flores’ team has left a lot to be desired. Every week it looks more and more like Tua Tagovailoa may not be the answer at QB and it leads to their odds plummeting.
Cincinnati Bengals Super Bowl Odds
The Bengals, shockingly, are 3-1 after four weeks of the NFL season and look probably better than we all could have imagined. Ja’Mar Chase is a legit No. 1, even when the ball doesn’t have white stripes on it, and Joe Burrow looks to be fully healed. But, they haven’t beaten any good teams, so we still see their Super Bowl odds at +15000 at BetMGM and Borgata.
Chicago Bears Super Bowl Odds
The Chicago Bears are a bit of a mess, but at least they aren’t pretending like Andy Dalton is their QB anymore. With Justin Fields under center in Chicago, we’re going to see a glimpse of what the future holds. Unfortunately for Bears fans, this year is not going to be one that ends in a magical Super Bowl run. At +20000, their Super Bowl odds paint a picture of “maybe next year”.
Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl Odds
If you can’t rush the passer, stop the run or defend against the pass, you end up with Super Bowl odds of 200/1+. That’s exactly the case with the Philadelphia Eagles. The good news is Jalen Hurts looks to be improving and Devonta Smith may very well be a No. 1 receiver for years to come. The bad news is that’s pretty much where the good news ends.
Resorts has the Eagles at +20000 to win the Super Bowl, but they’re as short as +10000 with at least two sportsbooks.
Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl Odds
The only way the Pittsburgh Steelers win a Super Bowl this season is if they figure out time travel in time to save Ben Roethlisberger’s career. I don’t think we expected to see Roethlisberger look this bad this year, but he’s effectively killed any momentum Pittsburgh had toward a Super Bowl run.
Right now, the Steelers best Super Bowl odds sit at +25000 at PointsBet, but most places have them at +12500, the same as the Dolphins.
New York Giants Super Bowl Odds
At +30000, the New York Giants Super Bowl odds have blown up since the start of the year. In early September, the Giants were +8000 to win a Lombardi Trophy. Now, those odds are up to 300/1. I’m not so sure that Daniel Jones winning a Super Bowl this year is a sound investment, but if you want to back it make sure you grab the +30000 odds at FOX Bet.
Atlanta Falcons Super Bowl Odds
Like the Pittsburgh Steelers, the fall off a cliff for the Atlanta Falcons has been steep and swift. Just a few years ago they were up 28-3 over the Patriots in the Super Bowl. Now, Matt Ryan is on the back nine of his career and they’re one of the worst teams in the NFL.
+40000 Falcons Super Bowl odds can be had at Resorts, but they’re much shorter, in the +15000 range, at places like BetMGM and Borgata.
New York Jets Super Bowl Odds
The Jets are coming off a big win over the Tennessee Titans. That hasn’t really helped their Super Bowl odds at all though. I am a believer in Zach Wilson, mainly because he won me a lot of money while I bet on him at BYU, but even I think it’s too early to start thinking about a New York Jets Super Bowl.
Those 1000/1 odds are available at five sportsbooks, but bet365 has them as short at +30000, their worst odds available.
Detroit Lions Super Bowl Odds
Which 2016 top draft pick will wash out of the NFL first? Jared Goff or Carson Wentz? If things in Detroit don’t pick up soon, Goff may be winning that argument. Detroit, unlike the two teams behind them on this Super Bowl odds list, has some talent on their roster. But, they seem destined for a top-3 pick come next year’s NFL Draft.
Houston Texans Super Bowl Odds
Here’s the thing. The Texans actually looked decent with Tyrod Taylor at QB. I contend that no QB in the NFL has had it worse than Taylor over the last few years. Everywhere he goes he looks good, and then something ridiculous happens to end his season.
I don’t think the Texans are as bad as a bunch of the teams above them on the Super Bowl odds board when Tyrod Taylor is starting. Unfortunately, Davis Mills is the starting QB now and he is, for lack of a better word, bad.
Jacksonville Jaguars Super Bowl Odds
I never understood the Jags hype this season. They are the same exact team as last year plus Trevor Lawrence. Lawrence is an amazing talent but did we really expect him to immediately turn this franchise around. These 2000/1 odds may be even longer in a few weeks when Urban Meyer inevitably quits. Either way, no one ever got rich betting on the Jacksonville Jaguars to win the Super Bowl.