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2022 Super Bowl Odds: A Look at Each Team's Super Bowl Odds Ahead of Week 1

The NFL season is now just around a week away, so Kade Kimble takes an early look at Super Bowl odds for this coming season. Read on to find out who has the best odds.
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2022 Super Bowl Odds: A Look at Each Team's Super Bowl Odds Ahead of Week 1

The NFL season is now just around a week away, so Kade Kimble takes an early look at Super Bowl odds for this coming season. Read on to find out who has the best odds.

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2022 Super Bowl Odds: A Look at Each Team's Super Bowl Odds Ahead of Week 1

32. Houston Texans (+20000) (Bet $100 to win $20000)

The QB position, one of the most important in the league, is a gaping weak spot for the Texans. With much vulnerability under center, it’s hard to have a high ceiling as a team, leaving them as last in terms of odds for the next Super Bowl.

31. Atlanta Falcons (+15000) (Bet $100 to win $15000)

Matt Ryan is moving on from the Falcons, and it seems like the Falcons are ready for the next step in the rebuild for contention. It’s time to load up on solid picks and build for the future. That leaves them with predictions of winning the first overall pick in the next draft, not the Super Bowl. 

30. New York Jets (+15000) (Bet $100 to win $15000)

While I believe the Jets had an offseason, I’m also level-headed enough to know that it’s likely they’ll be close to being bottom feeders again, but a breakthrough could be on the horizon if Zach Wilson takes leaps like expected. 

29. Jacksonville Jaguars (+13000) (Bet $100 to win $13000)

Because of the Jaguars' hectic season last season, this season will act as their first full year with this squad, so it’ll be fun to watch develop, but also understand that this team’s ceiling remains under .500 record-wise. 

28. Chicago Bears (+11000) (Bet $100 to win $11000)

The ceiling of the Bears is weird and solely lies, in my opinion, on how Justin Fields develops. I’m excited to watch it unfold, but even at their ceiling, they are no contenders.

27. Detroit Lions (+10000) (Bet $100 to win $10000)

I, for one, am surprised at the Lions' offseason as they seem to have made some solid moves to continue building for the future. While I believe they’ll be in a similar position as last year where they’ll be in the hunt for a high draft pick, they’ll be better than they were last year. 

26. New York Giants (+9000) (Bet $100 to win $9000)

The Giants are stuck in mediocrity and will be in the search for a QB while being slightly too good to land a high enough pick to have a no-brainer decision. It may prove to the Giants that they need to take another step back before they can go forward, but with a new head coach, who knows what could happen? 

25. Seattle Seahawks (+8000) (Bet $100 to win $8000)

Two big pieces in the last Seahawks run, Russell Wilson and Bobby Wagner, are now moved on, and it’s time for the Seahawks to join the race with the Falcons to earn the top pick in the next draft, as both teams seem to be in the market for a new, young quarterback. 

24. Pittsburgh Steelers (+8000) (Bet $100 to win $8000)

It’ll be interesting to watch the Steelers try to keep their winning record streak alive, but it’ll be incredibly hard to do so while entering a new era for the team. That being said, we won’t be watching for them to make any real playoff and Super Bowl noise. 

23. Carolina Panthers (+8000) (Bet $100 to win $8000)

It’s a new era for the Panthers as they acquired Baker Mayfield, and they’ll begin to lay the groundwork for what the next few years look like depending on this season. That being said, this year will be a season to analyze where they should go next, so there shouldn’t be a ton of stock in the Panthers this year. 

22. Washington Commanders (+7000) (Bet $100 to win $7000)

Carson Wentz is now under center, and the Commanders look like they may be able to text a step forward, especially in their division, but not nearly enough to make any real noise. They have some dark horse feel, but likely a season similar to their last few. 

21. Minnesota Vikings (+4000) (Bet $100 to win $4000)

This season has a similar feel to the Vikings' last few. It seems that they’ll look solid early but end up being average while having solid potential. They’re going to need a solid roster shakeup of some sort to set the tone for the future.

20. New England Patriots (+4000) (Bet $100 to win $4000)

In a tough division, I expect the Patriots to be on the cusp of making the playoffs. Mac Jones seems to be legit, so they need to see him continue to improve this year so they can find a direction moving forward. 

19. Las Vegas Raiders (+3500) (Bet $100 to win $3500)

The Raiders made some fun moves this offseason and will be an anticipated team to watch, but in a loaded division, they need a few more fun moves before they’re a legit contender. For now, it’ll be fun to watch their journey to the playoffs.

18. Miami Dolphins (+3500) (Bet $100 to win $3500)

The Dolphins, like the Raiders, made a splash of a move by trading for Tyreek, but they’re not quite over the hump. The best part for Dolphins fans is that they’ll be quite competitive, even if they’re not quite at a contending status.

17. Tennessee Titans (+3300) (Bet $100 to win $3500)

The Titans, outside of Derrick Henry, don’t show me much promise or potential. Sure, they’ve got some talent, but I’m not sure they’re a team I’m worried about making noise in the playoffs. 

16. Arizona Cardinals (+3300) (Bet $100 to win $3300)

The Cardinals were in the headlines a lot this offseason, and not because they’ve made a lot of moves or solid moves at that. They didn’t improve a whole lot this offseason so I’m expecting them to have a mediocre season yet again.

15. New Orleans Saints (+3300) (Bet $100 to win $3300)

The Saints have been unable to find consistency since Drew Brees retired, and it seems as if nothing will change this season. If that’s how this season goes, the Saints will be in the middle of the pack again. Not true contenders, but not nearly a bad team, either.

14. Cleveland Browns (+2800) (Bet $100 to win $2800)

If the Browns can hold off long enough to see Deshaun Watson return, they’ll find themselves in the hunt to make the playoffs and make some noise. They made some solid upgrades this season and seem ready to find out what their ceiling might be.

13. Philadelphia Eagles (+2500) (Bet $100 to win $2500)

The Eagles got better this off-season after making a solid playoff run last season. One can expect they play better, and it should come as no surprise when they make the playoffs, but they’re not quite a contending team yet.

12. Indianapolis Colts (+2500) (Bet $100 to win $2500)

The Colts should be a better team than last year, and they shouldn’t miss the playoffs by a dud of a game. I expect Jonothan Taylor will piggyback off his incredible season with another one, and the rest of the offense will be elevated as well. They’re a dark-horse Super Bowl team for me.

11. Dallas Cowboys (+2200) (Bet $100 to win $2200)

I’m about as confident in the Cowboys’ Super Bowl chances this year as I normally am. Until I see some real postseason success, I don’t quite buy it. I do, though, believe that they’ll be a superb playoff team.

10. Cincinnati Bengals (+2200) (Bet $100 to win $2200)

Piggybacking off a Super Bowl runner-up season, the Bengals will continue to show that they’re a perennial playoff team, even this young in their competing years. I expect they’ll make another deep, deep playoff run in the near future, but like last year, they’ll come into this season as a dark horse team.

9. Denver Broncos (+1900) (Bet $100 to win $1900)

The Broncos felt that they were ready to take a step into contention, so why shouldn’t I believe in them too? They made a splash for Russell Wilson and they’ll use him with their young offense full of talent to make some noise. It’s not a Super Bowl or bust season for them, in my opinion, but they need to show their potential as a squad. 

8. Baltimore Ravens (+1800) (Bet $100 to win $1800)

Health is wealth, and the Ravens will surely experience wealth this season, as last season was full of injuries. Lamar Jackson, still a young QB, has already won an MVP. With a healthy squad, there’s no reason he shouldn’t be an elite QB again this season and lead his squad to a great season.

7. San Francisco 49ers (+1600) (Bet $100 to win $1600)

To be completely honest, it didn’t matter who the 49ers set as the starting QB, their odds shouldn’t be impacted by it. They’re clearly built to compete in literally every other aspect. I do expect Trey Lance to play an integral role in the 49ers' successful season, though.

6. Los Angeles Chargers (+1400) (Bet $100 to win $1400)

I’m a huge fan of Herbert and his potential and am expecting quite the jump this season. What they’re building is fun and I expect them to take a huge leap here this next season. They improved their roster already and a young team growing together is worth plenty. I expect a nice playoff push from the Chargers, and a dark horse Super Bowl team.

5. Los Angeles Rams (+1200) (Bet $100 to win $1200)

The Rams, aka the reigning champions, are high for an obvious reason. They retained a solid amount of their star-studded squad. It’s likely we’ll see them going deep into the playoffs here again. 

4. Green Bay Packers (+1100) (Bet $100 to win $1100)

One thing the next few teams will have in common is an incredibly elite QB, and it starts with Aaron Rodgers. Though his roster took a hit when Adams was traded, the squad is still solid and Rodgers alone gives the Packers a chance to go win it all. 

3. Kansas City Chiefs (+1000) (Bet $100 to win $1000)

Patrick Mahomes holds nearly the same effect as Brady, as you can expect them to be near contenders as long as he’s on the roster there. The Chiefs did have a funky offseason, but I’ll remain optimistic that they’ll stay on top of their game.

2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+700) (Bet $100 to win $700)

Tom Brady is back and that alone should leave the Buccaneers right near the top of the odds. Add on top of this their stifling defense still stands, mixed with young talent and solid veterans. It’s no surprise the Bucs remain a contender, and they likely will until Brady truly retires (if he ever does). 

1. Buffalo Bills (+600) (Bet $100 to win $600)

The Bills played in potentially one of the best games of all time last postseason, and that’s great, but I need them to show me that they’re worth owning the favorites to win the Super Bowl. They’ve had some disappointing playoff exits since getting good again. I’m excited to see if the offseason paid off for them, though.

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Kade has spent his last 3 years writing about the Oklahoma City Thunder. He has also been following the NBA for the past 11 years. Just recently, Kade began co-hosting the Boomtown Hoops Podcast.


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