Super Bowl Odds: Updated Super Bow Betting Odds for All 32 NFL Teams Ahead of Week 18

Breaking down the NFL betting odds to win Super Bowl LVI for all 32 teams ahead of Week 18.
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Super Bowl Odds: Updated Super Bow Betting Odds for All 32 NFL Teams Ahead of Week 18

The list of teams eliminated from postseason contention grew larger last week. At the same time, five more teams locked up their respective spots in the NFL Playoffs. With just one week remaining in the regular season, the playoff picture is mostly complete. There is still a lot that needs to be determined as far as seeding, however. This results in several opportunities for bettors to fire on profitable Super Bowl betting odds ahead of Week 18. In addition, a gaggle of teams still alive (even if barely) for the final two AFC Wild Card spots has resulted in a few longshot options.

The following article includes the updated Super Bowl betting odds along with associated commentary for every team still in mathematical contention for this year’s championship.

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Super Bowl Betting Odds for Every NFL Team

Green Bay Packers Super Bowl Odds

Odds: +400

The Packers had no trouble with a shorthanded Minnesota Vikings outfit last Sunday night. The win not only eliminated their rival from playoff contention, but it also secured the 1-seed in the NFC Playoffs. As a result, the Packers will enjoy a first-round bye and home-field advantage throughout the postseason. Seeing how Aaron Rodgers is the MVP betting favorite and Matt LaFleur is the consensus favorite in the Coach of the Year odds, it’s only fitting that Green Bay takes over the top spot in the Super Bowl odds.

The +400 NFL betting odds on the Packers to win the Super Bowl are down 50 cents relative to last week’s preferred price of +450. Bettors can obtain these favorable odds at both BetMGM and Borgata. Green Bay is listed as low as +350 elsewhere.

Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl Odds

Odds: +500

The Chiefs had no answer for Ja’Marr Chase in losing to the Cincinnati Bengals last week. Since Kansas City lost a head-to-head matchup against the Tennessee Titans earlier in the year, they are now unlikely to have a first-round playoff bye. The two teams enter Week 18 tied in the standings with the nod going to Tennessee. Although the loss had a detrimental impact on their seeding, the Chiefs have to be thrilled with how the offense has been playing of late. Patrick Mahomes and Co. have now topped the 30-point threshold in four straight games.

Every sportsbook in the NFL betting market currently lists the Chiefs’ Super Bowl odds at +500. There is no variance in price for the two-time AFC champs.

Buffalo Bills Super Bowl Odds

Odds: +800

The Bills simply need to beat the lowly New York Jets in Week 18 to lock up their second straight AFC East Division title. Despite major concerns regarding Buffalo’s offensive and defensive fronts, sharp bettors and oddsmakers continue to favor this team heavily. An ugly win over a less-than-stellar Atlanta Falcons outfit was enough to drop Buffalo’s Super Bowl odds down a full unit compared to a week ago. That said, the Bills could face a tough task in the Wild Card round should they draw a matchup against the rival New England Patriots.

Nearly all sportsbooks are currently offering 8-1 odds on the Bills to win the 2022 Super Bowl. The only outlier is FanDuel’s price of +750.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl Odds

Odds: +800

The Buccaneers may have won on the field in Week 17, but the nature of the victory and its surrounding drama actually caused their Super Bowl odds to lengthen. Tampa Bay will now be tasked with trying to repeat as champs without two of the team’s three best receivers. Chris Godwin is out for the year with an ACL tear, and now so is Antonio Brown. No need to recount the incident and the he-said, she-said that has ensued in the days since. What we do know is that Tom Brady will need to find new weapons and fast with the playoffs looming.

Currently, the best odds of +800 on the Bucs to repeat as Super Bowl Champions can be found at PointsBet, Unibet and SugarHouse. Tampa Bay is priced as low as 7-1 elsewhere.

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Los Angeles Rams Super Bowl Odds

Odds: +950

The best odds on the Rams to win the Super Bowl held firm at +950 from a week ago. It was a very pretty win for L.A. in Week 17, but they managed to overcome two more Matthew Stafford interceptions and get the job done. In addition to clinching the NFC West Division with a win in Week 18, the Rams could also potentially eliminate the rival San Francisco 49ers from the playoff picture.

While the Rams remain priced at +950, the availability of those odds is scarce. Only FanDuel lists this optimal value. Meanwhile, other shops have Los Angeles 2022 Super Bowl odds as low as +750.

Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl Odds

Odds: +1200

Just when the Cowboys were on the verge of breaking into the single-digit realm for Super Bowl odds, they suffered an upset loss at home to the Arizona Cardinals. For as dominant as Dallas has looked at times this season, they remain a team that is hard to trust. The loss spoiled any chance of landing a first-round bye in the playoffs. The Cowboys will now need help to avoid a rematch with Arizona on Wild Card Weekend.

The Cowboys are priced at 12-1 across nearly the entire NFL betting market. Bettors should just be careful to avoid FOX Bet where +1100 odds offer slightly diminished value.

Tennessee Titans Super Bowl Odds

Odds: +1200

Following a win of their own and the Chiefs’ loss last week, the Titans are now in control of their own destiny as far as clinching the No. 1 seed in the AFC. The first-round bye that comes with it would certainly be huge for a team that is still in the process of ramping up its best offensive weapon. That’s right, star running back Derrick Henry officially returned to practice this week. While he is unlikely to play in Week 18, Tennessee will have their game-changing RB back for a postseason run. The job that Mike Vrabel and his coaching staff have done in navigating the Titans to the top of the AFC in Henry’s absence cannot be overstated.

As a result of jumping into position for a first-round bye and home-field advantage throughout the playoffs, the Titans’ Super Bowl odds took a big hit after Week 17. The best price of +1200 is down eight full units from 20-1 last week. Bettors can find this line at the majority of sportsbooks.

New England Patriots Super Bowl Odds

Odds: +1800

The Patriots got back on track following a brief two-game skid by dominating the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars last week. However, the blowout win was not enough to move the needle on New England’s Super Bowl odds. In many ways, it feels like the Patriots have completely fallen out of favor in the NFL betting market after losing the AFC East Division lead. Mac Jones is now an underdog in the OROY race. Bill Belichick is a long shot to win Coach of the Year. Oh, how quick people are to forget! Honestly, the Patriots would probably rather be flying under the radar going into the playoffs anyways.

Each of BetMGM, Caesars, PointsBet and Borgata are offering 18-1 odds on New England to win the 2022 Super Bowl. The price offers up to two units of additional value compared to other shops.

Arizona Cardinals Super Bowl Odds

Odds: +2000

The Cardinals surprised many by snapping a three-game losing streak against Dallas last week. The win kept Arizona in contention for the NFC West Division title. Should they actually win the division, one would have to imagine another quick drop in their NFL betting odds to win the Super Bowl. Keep in mind that star receiver DeAndre Hopkins is expected to be back for the playoffs as well.

Last week, the worst value on Arizona to win the 2022 Super Bowl was 20-1. Ahead of Week 18, that same line offers the best value on the board. While both Unibet and SugarHouse offer a +2000 return, the Cardinals’ odds have dipped as low as +1600 elsewhere.

Cincinnati Bengals Super Bowl Odds

Odds: +2000

The Bengals pulled off a very surprising home win over the Chiefs last week to lock up the AFC North Division title. For a team that was widely expected to finish last in the season before the season began, it was quite an accomplishment. Several Cincinnati stars, including QB Joe Burrow, are not expected to play in Week 18 against Cleveland. The key for the Bengals will be getting through a batch of positive virus tests in time for their Wild Card game next week.

The Bengals’ Super bowl odds of +2000 are down a considerable amount from the favorable +2800 price of a week ago. The only sportsbook with a different line is PointsBet. Cincinnati bettors should aim to avoid the 16-1 odds by playing elsewhere for better value.

Indianapolis Colts Super Bowl Odds

Odds: +2200

After beating the Cardinals on Christmas Night, the Colts’ Super Bowl odds dropped like a rock. Just one week later, Indianapolis is again available at odds north of +2000 once again. While the team’s Week 17 loss to the Las Vegas Raiders was shocking, it is worth pointing out that quarterback Carson Wentz was unable to practice leading up to the game because he was stuck in virus protocols. While it’s not an excuse, the Colts were certainly nowhere near their best last week.

Caesars, bet365, Unibet and SugarHouse all currently have the Colts priced at +2200 to win the Super Bowl. The worst value on Indianapolis exists at FOX Bet in the form of 18-1 odds.

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Los Angeles Chargers Super Bowl Odds

Odds: +4500

After the Colts, there is a steep drop-off in pricing on the rest of the remaining teams with a shot at winning the Super Bowl. The first team following that drop is the Chargers at 45-1. This price is slightly less than a week ago and fittingly so. Brandon Staley’s team took care of business in Week 17 against the Denver Broncos to set up a win-and-in season finale this Sunday night against the rival Las Vegas Raiders. Seeing how the Chargers are favored in the game, now is the time to bet their Super Bowl odds. If they do make the playoffs, bettors will have opportunities to hedge out of a futures wager moving forward.

FanDuel is currently the only sportsbook offering a +4500 price on Los Angeles. While most of the market sits at 40-1, odds as low as 35-1 do exist.

San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl Odds

Odds: +5000

It’s rare that a team sees their NFL betting odds to win the Super Bowl grow longer following a win. That was exactly the case for the 49ers this past week. Despite taking care of business against the Houston Texans, the Niners’ odds grew from 40-1 a week ago. Making the playoffs certainly won’t be easy for Kyle Shanahan’s team given that they face a Rams team trying to win the NFC West Division. The outlook becomes even more uncertain if Trey Lance has to start at QB again for the injured Jimmy Garoppolo. San Francisco is teetering on a slippery slope when it comes to simply reaching the postseason.

There is a very large discrepancy in the 49ers’ Super Bowl odds throughout the betting market. While both Unibet and SugarHouse list the favorable +5000 price, other shops have San Fran as low as 33-1.

Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl Odds

Odds: +6600

The Eagles have the longest Super Bowl odds of any team that has already clinched a playoff spot. While Philly’s season has been remarkable, expectations are slim to none as far as this team making any real noise in the postseason. A regular-season finale against the Cowboys will play a factor in determining whether the Eagles are seeded sixth or seventh. Either way, coach Nick Sirianni probably deserves more love than he’s getting in the NFL Coach of the Year discussion.

Bettors can score the favorable +6600 odds on the Eagles at either BetMGM or Borgata. Several other books have Philadelphia priced all the way down at 50-1.

Las Vegas Raiders Super Bowl Odds

Odds: +15000

The fact that the Raiders are even set to play a win-and-in regular-season finale is truly remarkable. After a season filled with distractions and adversity both on and off the field, Las Vegas deserves a ton of credit no matter what happens on Sunday night against the Chargers. Last week’s win over Indianapolis failed to move the Raiders’ Super Bowl odds at all. Should Derek Carr and Co. pull off the unthinkable in Week 18, bettors should anticipate a steep drop on this price.

Both BetMGM and Borgata have the Raiders’ Super Bowl odds set at 150-1. Those looking to make a futures bet on a Cinderella-like run should take care to avoid the reduced value in 66-1 odds at bet365.

New Orleans Saints Super Bowl Odds

Odds: +15000

Oddly enough, the Saints have a very realistic path into the postseason in Week 18. New Orleans simply needs to beat a bad Atlanta Falcons team and have the 49ers lose to the Rams to sneak in as the 7-seed in the NFC. That being said, even if this team does make the dance, they have virtually no chance of winning the Super Bowl with Taysom Hill as their starting quarterback. One can debate whether this banged-up Saints team making the playoffs is more a credit to Sean Payton and the coaching staff or a knock on the lack of depth in the NFC this season.

Unlike the Raiders, the Saints’ Super Bowl odds are in the triple-digits all across the NFL betting market. The optimal 150-1 odds are exclusive to FOX Bet. Meanwhile, multiple sportsbooks have New Orleans priced as low as +10000.

Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl Odds

Odds: +50000

Five weeks ago, the Ravens were 8-3 and sitting alone atop not only the AFC North Division but the entire conference. Now, John Harbuagh’s bunch is 8-8 and needs a whole host of things to fall their way in Week 18 just to make the playoffs. The list includes a win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, a Colts loss, a Chargers loss and a Miami Dolphins loss or tie. Needless to say, the odds of Baltimore simply making the postseason are quite hefty.

While the Ravens are unlikely to be a part of the AFC Playoffs, there is a pretty sizeable gap in their Super Bowl odds ahead of Week 18 action. Bettors who might be inclined to put a few bucks on Baltimroe should target PointsBet for optimal value at 500-1 odds.

Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl Odds

Odds: +55000

The Steelers got a win for Ben Roethlisberger in what was undoubtedly his final home game at Heinz Field last week. The victory also somehow kept Pittsburgh’s postseason hopes alive. Then again, the Steelers would need to beat the Ravens head-to-head and have several other results fall their way in order to sneak in as the 7-seed in the AFC. Even if they fail to make the postseason, a win on Sunday would ensure the Steelers yet another winning season and allow those who bet over their preseason win total to cash their tickets.

For those who are daring enough to fire on the Steelers’ longshot Super Bowl odds, the best price of 550-1 can be found at FanDuel. Other sportsbooks have Pittsburgh’s championship odds as low as 200-1.

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Off the Board

As the NFL regular season winds down, the list of teams that have been eliminated from playoff contention continues to grow. The following franchises are officially out of the running to make the playoffs after 17 weeks. They have been removed from the Super Bowl betting odds board as a result.

  • Atlanta Falcons
  • Carolina Panthers
  • Chicago Bears
  • Cleveland Browns
  • Denver Broncos
  • Detroit Lions
  • Houston Texans
  • Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Miami Dolphins
  • Minnesota Vikings
  • New York Giants
  • New York Jets
  • Seattle Seahawks
  • Washington Football Team

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Henry has had a passion for sports that few can match for as long as he can remember. What started out as a five-year-old taking interest in the New York Jets and their green jerseys has since become a full-fledged career as a writer and sports betting analyst. His coverage primarily includes the NFL, MLB, NBA, NASCAR, college football, and college basketball. In 2020, he ranked among the top-10 most accurate experts ATS in the BettingPros NFL season contest. You can follow Henry’s sports work on Twitter and other social media platforms @HankTimeSports.

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