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Super Bowl Odds: Every Team’s 2022 Super Bowl Odds Following Week 3

The first three weeks of the 2022 NFL season have already come and gone. Sportsbooks have reacted following some surprising results. Let's take a look and find out where each team's odds currently sit to win Super Bowl LVII.
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Super Bowl Odds: Every Team’s 2022 Super Bowl Odds Following Week 3

Only two undefeated teams remain after three weeks of the 2022 NFL season. Oddsmakers have reacted accordingly, shifting the probability of each team's chance to win Super Bowl 57.

Let's dive into the updated Super Bowl odds for all 32 teams entering Week 4 action.

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32. HOUSTON TEXANS (+50000) (Bet $100 to Win $50,000)

Houston has been a team that grinds no matter its opponent. The Texans are 2-0-1 ATS, covering the spread in all three games this season. Rookie running back Dameon Pierce is an emerging talent and the current bright spot in an otherwise pedestrian offense.

31. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (+50000) (Bet $100 to Win $50,000)

Geno Smith has exceeded expectations as the QB1 in Seattle. He's posting a 77.5 percent completion rate, throwing for 717 yards, four touchdowns, and two interceptions in an increasingly pass-centric offense. The Seahawks had a great win over Russell Wilson and the Denver Broncos in Week 1 but they've dropped two straight games. The defense has allowed over 100 rushing yards in every game through three weeks, forcing Smith to be a gunslinger, which is not sustainable.

30. NEW YORK JETS (+30000) (Bet $100 to Win $30,000)

Joe Flacco has been a solid placeholder for Zach Wilson, leading the Jets to a miraculous comeback win against the Cleveland Browns in Week 2. The pass defense has struggled, while the offense only mustered a combined 21 points against Baltimore and Cincinnati. Head coach Robert Saleh will hope Wilson's return can rally players on both sides of the line of scrimmage.

29. ATLANTA FALCONS (+30000) (Bet $100 to Win $30,000)

Marcus Mariota has been much better than expected, helping the Falcons score 26.7 points per game, ranking ninth-most in the league through three weeks. Kyle Pitts finally got going against Seattle during its first win in Week 3, while they lost narrowly to New Orleans and the Los Angeles Rams. This is an underrated team in the NFC South who could wind up being competitive down the stretch, assuming it fixes a leaky pass defense.

28. CHICAGO BEARS (+25000) (Bet $100 to Win $25,000)

As ugly as it's looked, the Chicago Bears are 2-1 entering Week 4. Second-year quarterback Justin Fields has attempted only 45 passes through three games, throwing two touchdowns and four interceptions. It's the Bears defense, led by Roquan Smith and first-year head coach Matt Eberflus, who deserve the praise. Khalil Herbert is emerging as a viable RB1 candidate in Chicago's backfield, allowing the Bears to deploy a run-centric scheme with success.

27. WASHINGTON COMMANDERS (+15000) (Bet $100 to Win $15,000)

Carson Wentz silenced his critics with a four-touchdown four-touchdown outing to secure a win over an improved Jacksonville Jaguars team in Week 1. Since this happened, however, Wentz has been much less effective, losing two straight games to Detroit and Philadelphia. The defense is reeling after getting scorched by Jalen Hurts in Week 3, while the offensive line needs to improve after allowing 12 sacks during its losing slump.

26. PITTSBURGH STEELERS (+15000) (Bet $100 to Win $15,000)

The Steelers barely held onto their first win despite forcing five turnovers against Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 1, so it's not a surprise to see them lose consecutive games to New England and Cleveland. Najee Harris is starting to look better, but Mitchell Trubisky has thrown for under 210 yards in every game this season.

25. NEW YORK GIANTS (+10000) (Bet $100 to Win $10,000)

The undefeated streak finally came to an end in primetime against the Dallas Cowboys during a disappointing Week 3 loss. The Giants also lost wideout Sterling Shepard to a torn ACL, limiting them at what was an already shallow position. The defense has allowed over 140 rushing yards in its last two games while faring slightly better in the secondary. Saquon Barkley will need to continue to be the best version of himself to keep the Giants in the playoff hunt.

24. CAROLINA PANTHERS (+10000) (Bet $100 to Win $10,000)

Carolina is better than its record shows. Yes, Baker Mayfield has made some bad throws and looks just like Mitchell Trubisky behind a downgraded offensive line. The Panthers' defense is the unsung hero, allowing only 19.7 points per game to rank 12th-best in the league. Head coach Matt Rhule may turn to his backfield led by star running back Christian McCaffery, which has rushed for at least 145 yards in consecutive games.

23. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (+10000) (Bet $100 to Win $10,000)

The outlook isn't so rosy for the New England Patriots Super Bowl aspirations in 2022. Bill Belichick is still calling the defense and acting as general mana lot is trending a lot trending in the wrong direction. Quarterback Mac Jones just suffered a high-ankle sprain, which will impact an offense struggling to score, ranking 25th in the league with just 16.7 points per game.

22. DETROIT LIONS (+8000) (Bet $100 to Win $8,000)

Head coach Dan Campbell has transformed the Detroit Lions into a winning culture. Yes, they are only 1-2 overall, but the Lions are undefeated ATS. They are finally favored in a home tilt against Seattle in Week 4. The budding stardom of second-year wideout Amon-Ra St. Brown is notable, while the running game has been great behind a dominant offensive line. It's certainly a recipe to remain competitive throughout the remainder of the 2022 season.

21. TENNESSEE TITANS (+8000) (Bet $100 to Win $8,000)

After blowing the win against the New York Giants in Week 1, Ryan Tannehill laid an egg in primetime against the Buffalo Bills. He bounced back in a hard-fought effort against the Las Vegas Raiders in Week 3, throwing for 264 yards and racking up two total touchdowns in a decisive win. As long as Derrick Henry is in the backfield, the Titans will have a shot to win the AFC South.

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20. LAS VEGAS RAIDERS (+7000) (Bet $100 to Win $7,000)

It has to be frustrating to be the only 0-3 team in the league despite averaging 21.3 points per game this season. That's the situation for the Las Vegas Raiders, who can't seem to get out of their way. Blown leads against the Los Angeles Chargers and Arizona Cardinals is a tough way to start the season. Derek Carr has been good but the turnovers have followed, while the rushing attack has yet to reach 100 yards in any game.

19. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (+7000) (Bet $100 to Win $7,000)

It's been an odd start to the season for New Orleans. The only win happened in Week 1 against the Atlanta Falcons, where the Saints had to drive the length of the field to score the game-winning field goal. Five turnovers against Tampa Bay and a sloppy outing against Carolina resulted in two losses, erasing its initial lead in the NFC South. Rookie wideout Chris Olave is the current bright spot on an upgraded receiving corps.

18. ARIZONA CARDINALS (+7000) (Bet $100 to Win $7,000)

Kyler Murray didn't account for a touchdown against the Los Angeles Rams in Week 3. Arizona's offense has struggled in the early part of the season, mounting an insane comeback win in overtime solely because of Murray's talent. The Cardinals' defense is more concerning, allowing 29 points per game which ranks 31st in the league.

17. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (+6000) (Bet $100 to Win $6,000)

Doug Pederson has completely flipped Jacksonville's outlook from a year ago. Trevor Lawrence is playing well, posting six touchdowns and one interception with a 69.4 percent completion rate. The Jaguars' run defense has been stifling, holding Jonathan Taylor and Austin Ekeler to 59 combined yards in the last two weeks. This is a team with all the makings to win the AFC South in 2022.

16. CLEVELAND BROWNS (+5000) (Bet $100 to Win $5,000)

Nick Chubb is saving the Cleveland Browns, although Jacoby Brissett has exceeded expectations under center. An embarrassing loss at home to the New York Jets in Week 2 has been erased by a solid outing against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 3, however, the defense has looked very vulnerable at times. The schedule gets tougher, so we'll see if the Browns can continue to manufacture wins behind Chubb's talent.

15. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (+3500) (Bet $100 to Win $3,500)

Matt Ryan's arrival in Indianapolis has resulted in three different outcomes in each of the first three weeks. A tie against Houston, a shutout against Jacksonville, and a comeback win against Kansas City. Just like we all predicted. The offense has trended in the wrong direction since Week 1 and the turnovers need to be eliminated. If the Colts can improve in both areas, they should remain contenders behind Jonathan Taylor and the looming return of Shaq Leonard.

14. CINCINNATI BENGALS (+3000) (Bet $100 to Win $3,000)

It doesn't look like a Super Bowl hangover for the Cincinnati Bengals. The concern right now is the lack of continuity and talent from the offensive line, which was supposed to be much better after a busy offseason. Joe Burrow has been sacked numerous times, while Joe Mixon is averaging only 2.8 YPC. The Bengals have too much talent and enough experience to simply write off this early in the season.

13. DALLAS COWBOYS (+3000) (Bet $100 to Win $3,000)

Cooper Rush is the storyline through three games for the Dallas Cowboys. He's 3-0 as a starter in his short career and 2-0 for the Cowboys against Cincinnati and the New York Giants. Ezekiel Elliot is fading in favor of CeeDee Lamb, who is finally getting used as the bonafide WR1 in a talented Cowboys offense. Micah Parsons and the defense are no slouch either, allowing only 17.3 points per game, ranking eighth-fewest in the league this season.

12. MINNESOTA VIKINGS (+2800) (Bet $100 to Win $2,800)

First-year head coach Kevin O'Connell is off to a good start in Minnesota. Kirk Cousins found Justin Jefferson nine times for 184 yards and two touchdowns in Week 1 against Green Bay, while the Philadelphia Eagles quickly humbled the offense in Week 2. Quietly, the Vikings are allowing the ninth-fewest points to opponents per game, forcing turnovers and establishing dominance with its rushing attack.

11. DENVER BRONCOS (+2500) (Bet $100 to Win $2,500)

Russell Wilson has not had to do much to get Denver a pair of wins following an upset loss to his former team in Week 1. The Broncos defense is a sweltering unit, allowing the second-fewest points per game behind Patrick Surtain II, Bradley Chubb, Randy Gregory, and Justin Simmons. Meanwhile, the rushing attack between Javonte Williams and Melvin Gordon remains strong and consistent. It's a conservative approach that could wind up giving Denver a great chance to compete in the playoffs.

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10. LOS ANGELES CHARGERS (+2200) (Bet $100 to Win $2,200)

The Chargers have not looked impressive on either side of the football consistently this year. Justin Herbert battled against Patrick Mahomes in Arrowhead Stadium in Week 2, playing through cracked ribs, yet he looked much worse against Jacksonville in a Week 3 blowout. The offense has failed to generate over 80 rushing yards in any game, while the defense just lost star pass rusher Joey Bosa to IR. They need to win games now to avoid going into a deficit in a loaded AFC West division.

9. MIAMI DOLPHINS (+1800) (Bet $100 to Win $1,800)

Miami has relied on first-year head coach Mike McDaniel to unlock Tua Tagovailoa's full skillset. It's been fun to watch through three weeks, as the Dolphins are the only undefeated team left in the AFC. The defense is concerning, although it did just go through the gauntlet of Lamar Jackson and Josh Allen. Miami needs to focus on improving its rushing attack, which has yet to collect 90 total yards in a single game.

8. SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (+1800) (Bet $100 to Win $1,800)

The drama in the Bay Area keeps getting louder. Trey Lance's injury gave way to Jimmy Garoppolo's return under center, which has been nothing spectacular thus far. The 49ers have yet to pass for over 200 yards in a game this season, relying on the run-centric scheme preferred by head coach Kyle Shanahan. The only outing the offense experienced sustained success was against a young Seattle defense in Week 2. The NFC West is weaker than its been in previous years, keeping the 49ers in the mix.

7. BALTIMORE RAVENS (+1800) (Bet $100 to Win $1,800)

Lamar Jackson's decision to turn down a big contract extension this offseason has resulted in him channeling the 2019 MVP season all over again. He's already rushed for 243 yards and two touchdowns while throwing 10 touchdowns and two interceptions. The only loss came against Miami and can be blamed on the Ravens' defense, which allowed the Dolphins to score 28 points in the fourth quarter.

6. LOS ANGELES RAMS (+1500) (Bet $100 to Win $1,500)

Matthew Stafford has not looked as dominant following the Los Angeles Rams' Super Bowl LVI win. The Rams were blown out at home in Week 1 by Buffalo, while they nearly blew a lead against the Atlanta Falcons. The defense has been stout, bottling up the running game, and forcing seven turnovers during the first two weeks. Head coach Sean McVay needs to find a way to get their rushing attack going, as it's been lackluster through the first three weeks.

5. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (+1000) (Bet $100 to Win $1,000)

Tampa Bay has the league's top-ranked defense in terms of points allowed per game, surrendering only nine points on average. Tom Brady has not been great but he's still effective, relying on Leonard Fournette to churn out chunk plays on the ground. Mike Evans' return from a one-game suspension should help elevate a pedestrian Buccaneers offense.

4. GREEN BAY PACKERS (+900) (Bet $100 to Win $900)

Aaron Rodgers beat Tom Brady for only the second time in his decorated career during a 14-12 win in Week 3. Green Bay has a strong running back room with Aaron Jones and A.J. Dillon, so the reigning back-to-back MVP has options to pivot to with a depleted wide receiving corps. The Packers' defense was heavily invested in during the offseason and it's showing. They rank sixth in points allowed per game and have a soft schedule across the next four weeks.

3. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (+800) (Bet $100 to Win $800)

The only undefeated team in the NFC is led by Jalen Hurts. The Philadelphia Eagles have been dominant in each of their wins, with Hurts scoring seven total touchdowns and fulfilling the definition of a true dual-threat quarterback. A.J. Brown's arrival has helped immensely, unlocking Devonta Smith and reviving the Eagles' passing attack. The defense is also talented thanks to draft and free agency moves this offseason, allowing the seventh-fewest points per game.

2. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (+750) (Bet $100 to Win $750)

Kansas City torched Arizona in Week 1 and looked every bit like a contender. Patrick Mahomes has been rock solid, throwing eight touchdowns and one interception through three games, however, the Chiefs just lost to the Colts. The rushing attack has grown stale, while the defense has been less opportunistic. Tampa Bay and Buffalo are two of the next three opponents, so Kansas City will need to buckle up to remain a top Super Bowl betting favorite.

1. BUFFALO BILLS (+400) (Bet $100 to Win $400)

It's the best of both worlds in Buffalo. The defense is allowing only 12.7 points per game, ranking fourth-fewest, while Josh Allen has the offense scoring over 30 points per game to start the season. The Bills have generated over 400 yards of total offense in every game thus far while suffering their first loss to Miami in a humid road contest. While the pieces are in place for a Super Bowl, Lamar Jackson and Aaron Rodgers will challenge the Bills' talent in October.

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