Super Bowl Odds: Every Team’s 2022 Super Bowl Odds Following Week 4
Super Bowl Odds: Every Team’s 2022 Super Bowl Odds Following Week 4
Following the San Francisco 49ers dismantling of the reigning Super Bowl Champion, Los Angeles Rams on Monday Night Football, week four of the 2022-23 NFL regular season has concluded.
Now that the first month of the season has wrapped up, let's take a look at all of the league's 32 clubs' chances of winning Super Bowl 57.
2022-2023 NFL Super Bowl Odds
1. Buffalo Bills (+400)
The Buffalo Bills continue to prove oddsmakers right as Josh Allen and co. rallied to beat Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens, this past weekend. The odds-on favorite to win this year's MVP led his squad to score 20 unanswered points en route to their comeback win over former MVP Lamar Jackson's club. Buffalo is here to stay.
2. Kansas City Chiefs (+650)
Patrick Mahomes and co. absolutely throttled Tom Brady and the Bucs, this past weekend. The 2019 Super Bowl Champions went down to Tampa Bay and walloped the Bucs, who, of course, beat the Chiefs in the 2020 iteration of 'The Big Game'. The Chiefs are back.
3. Philadelphia Eagles (+750)
The final undefeated team in the entire NFL, as everyone expected is the Philadelphia Eagles, right? Well, that's where we are as Jalen Hurts led the Eagles to a 29-21 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars to improve to 4-0 and remain the only team in the league without a loss. Jalen Hurts is now firmly in the mix for MVP and has officially taken the leap from dark-horse to true contender behind perhaps only the aforementioned Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes. The Eagles are flying.
4. Green Bay Packers (+1000)
The Green Bay Packers technically won, this past weekend. However, Aaron Rodgers and co. survived disaster as they hosted the 1-2 New England Patriots, who were without QB, Mac Jones, top corner, Jalen Mills, and had backup QB, Brian Hoyer exit the game with a possible concussion after just two drives. Rookie Bailey Zappe led the Patriots to a 24-24 score heading into OT but Aaron Rodgers led the Pack down the field after each team went three-and-out and a Mason Crosby field goal sealed the deal for the Packers' 27-24 victory over the injury-plagued Patriots.
5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+1000)
While Tom Brady and co. got crushed by the Chiefs, this past weekend, the Bucs have been riddled by injuries (and suspensions). The offense looked mounds better with both Mike Evans and Chris Godwin available, the defense got absolutely torched by Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce, and the crew. The Bucs should be fine, but only time will tell.
6. Los Angeles Rams (+1100)
The Rams don't look as good as last year. Plain and simple. However, the team is clearly talented enough to have a shot at back-to-back Super Bowl championships. Matthew Stafford still doesn't look 100% following shoulder surgery and the secondary doesn't have much to it after Jalen Ramsey.
7. Baltimore Ravens (+1600)
Lamar Jackson and co. have a problem...and it's taking their foot off the gas after taking a big lead. Baltimore blew a 28-7 lead and lost to the Miami Dolphins in week two and allowed Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills to score 20 unanswered points following a 20-3 lead, this past weekend and find themselves at 2-2 when they could very easily be 4-0 if they cleaned a few things up. If the Ravens can do that, they may be the favorites in all of football to hoist the Lombardi Trophy come February 2023.
8. San Francisco 49ers (+1600)
While fantasy football players and non-49ers fans alike may rather watch Trey Lance, who undoubtedly has a higher ceiling than Jimmy G, the latter may be the Niners' best shot to have a chance at winning Super Bowl 57. An unfortunate injury to Lance ended the second-year QB's season, and the Niners' odds to win it all may have actually gone up.
9. Minnesota Vikings (+2000)
This one is simple...the Minnesota Vikings will go as far as Kirk Cousins can take them. A top-half of the league defense, an elite RB in Dalvin Cook, one of the best WRs in the league in Justin Jefferson, and one of the best number two WRs in the league in the form of Adam Thielen will only help the cause in Minnesota but it starts and ends with Captain Kirk.
10. Miami Dolphins (+2200)
With all the hope in the world, not just for Football but for the personal well-being of Tua Tagovailoa, when it comes to on-the-field relevancy, the Dolphins will go as far as Tua can take them, provided he's healthy enough to return to action in the somewhat near future. While Teddy Bridgewater may be one of, if not the best backup QB's in the league, he's a touch too conservative to realistically lead a team to the promise land, especially when the team has a solid but not elite defense on the other side of the ball.
11. Cincinnati Bengals (+2500)
Joe Burrow and co. have a lot to clean up if they're to recreate their magical 2021-22 campaign. The Bengals could be rounding into form on the back of back-to-back wins over the Jets and Dolphins following a nightmare 0-2 start, but there's still room for improvement for Cincy if they want to truly compete with the likes of the Bills, Chiefs, and Ravens in the AFC.
12. Dallas Cowboys (+2500)
Rewind to the Cowboys opening night loss to Tampa Bay...which also ended with Dak Prescott going down with a hand injury. Cowboys fans and haters alike were in an uproar about the Cowboys' chances in 2022-23, however, Cooper Rush has steadied the ship and the Cowboys find themselves 3-1 and right in the mix as Rush has led Jerry Jones' club to a 3-0 record since stepping under center. With Dak expected back any week now, coupled with perhaps the best defense in the entire NFL, the Cowboys may be for real.
13. Los Angeles Chargers (+2500)
Justin Herbert is proving to be better than maybe even originally thought. Broken ribs, his number one receiver on the shelf for the past few weeks? No problem. Herbert and co. got drilled by the Jaguars two weeks ago, but Herbert's ribs look to have taken a slight step forward when it comes to the recovery process and he led his club to a 34-24 wire-to-wire victory over the lowly Texans, this past weekend. With Herbert getting healthier and healthier and the impending returns of Herbert's top weapon, Keenan Allen as well as their prized off-season acquisition, corner JC Jackson, the sky's the limit for the Chargers.
14. Denver Broncos (+3000)
Where do you even start with this one? Russell Wilson hasn't been good, point blank. The defense is good but not as elite as previously thought and nothing seems to be working too well in Denver. Oddsmakers have the Broncos still pretty high and hopefully, for Broncos fans, it's just a case of the massive roster turnover taking some time to gel.
15. Indianapolis Colts (+5000)
Here starts the run of teams who don't really have a shot at winning Super Bowl 57, but if a dozen things broke right, they could be able to pounce on the opportunity. The Colts will go as far as Matt Ryan takes them. They have one of the best defenses on paper (when healthy) and have perhaps the best RB in the league in the form of Jonathan Taylor coupled with an elite offensive line and a decent enough WR corps led by Michael Pittman Jr.
16. Jacksonville Jaguars (+5000)
While not likely to win it all in 2022-23, it appears as if a big spending spree in the summer has finally paid off for Jacksonville as Christian Kirk looks like a potential number one receiver, the offensive line has taken a massive leap forward, and the defense isn't abysmal. The Jags may be a year or two away from truly competing in the AFC, but they have a very realistic shot at winning the AFC South, this season.
17. Las Vegas Raiders (+5000)
Oddsmakers are still pretty high on Derek Carr and co., especially since the club just got their first win of the season, this past weekend over their division rivals, the Denver Broncos. However, this team doesn't look like Super Bowl contenders. Plain and simple. They have a ton of talent, especially on offense, but inconsistencies from the defense and Carr have this team with a ceiling and that ceiling isn't Super Bowl 57 champions.
18. Tennessee Titans (+5000)
Last year's top seed in the AFC playoffs has taken a noticeable step back in 2022-23. However, the Titans have been regular season kings for the last three seasons and if Derrick Henry can stay healthy and Ryan Tannehill keeps the mistakes to a minimum, the Titans may have an outside shot to shock the world.
19. Arizona Cardinals (+6600)
The Cardinals have no offensive line and not much of a defense. Kyler Murray is a joy to watch, James Conner is a perfectly serviceable RB, and a WR corps of Hollywood Brown, Rondale Moore, and the soon returning DeAndre Hopkins could be enough to keep them in just about every game but it doesn't matter unless that defense gets themselves in order and the offensive line can protect their $250 million QB.
20. Cleveland Browns (+6600)
The Cleveland Browns may actually be a solid dark horse to win it all, this season. Due to tiebreakers, the Browns are atop the standings in the AFC North after the first month of the season and with Deshaun Watson slated to be back from suspension in the next six weeks, if Jacoby Brissett can keep the Browns in the mix, Watson may be able to take the team to new heights.
21. New Orleans Saints (+8000)
Jameis Winston doesn't look great and is now injured. Alvin Kamara and Michael Thomas can't stay on the field and the defense has taken a slight step back. If anything, oddsmakers may actually be a little too high on New Orleans. They have some talent, but nothing is going the Saints' way, thus far.
22. New York Giants (+10000)
The Giants have exceeded many's expectations through the first month of the season...but Daniel Jones and co. don't have much of a chance to win it all in 2022-23. The Giants have a lot to be excited about, but this year isn't it.
23. New England Patriots (+12500)
The Patriots nearly pulled off the impossible, this past weekend as the club traveled to Green Bay to face one of the favorites to win Super Bowl 57 without franchise QB, Mac Jones or their top corner, Jalen Mills. Not only did Mac Jones not make the trip to Wisconsin, but backup QB, Brian Hoyer, also left the game after just two drives with a possible concussion, making way for rookie fourth-round selection, Bailey Zappe. As previously mentioned, Aaron Rodgers and co. would prove to be too much and escaped with a 27-24 win over Bill Belichick's injury-plagued squad.
24. Detroit Lions (+15000)
While boasting one of the best offenses in the entire league, it could be perhaps due to the fact that the defense can't stop a nosebleed and the offense is only on the field nearly double the amount of time that almost any other offense in the NFL. However, with a possible near return for a rookie first-round pick, Jameson Williams, the Lions' offense could be even more dangerous within the next few weeks.
25. Atlanta Falcons (+20000)
Let's not waste too much time here. The Falcons got a nice win over the Browns, this past weekend...but it won't mean much at the end of the season. Marcus Mariota and co. can very well play spoiler for the balance of the year, but there's not much of a chance for Atlanta to make it to Super Bowl 57.
26. Pittsburgh Steelers (+20000)
While Steelers fans have a lot to be excited for with Kenny Pickett slated to get his first career start, this weekend, the Super Bowl isn't really in their sights for the 2022-23 NFL season.
27. Carolina Panthers (+20000)
The Carolina Panthers are an absolute mess, especially on offense. Baker Mayfield hasn't been very good, to say the least, and that's perhaps the biggest reason the Panthers have struggled out of the gate this season. The biggest questions for the team won't be about any Super Bowl aspirations but instead on if Matt Rhule and Baker Mayfield, the coach/QB combo, can lead the club to the promise land.
28. Washington Commanders (+20000)
Opening week for Carson Wentz and co. provided some hope for Commanders fans...but that was short-lived as the club has lost by two or more scores the last three weeks, including a 25-10 drubbing in Jerry World against the Cooper Rush-led Cowboys, this past weekend.
29. Chicago Bears (+30000)
Justin Fields has more rushing attempts than passing attempts through four weeks. While a solid runner, the game plan for Chicago isn't for Fields to continue to do that. The Bears aren't a great Football team and there's a reason they're near the very bottom of this list.
30. New York Jets (+30000)
While Zach Wilson's first-game back ending up in a Jets victory is certainly a nice story, the Jets aren't true contenders to win much in 2022-23, but the future may be bright with Wilson and Breece Hall leading the way in town.
31. Seattle Seahawks (+30000)
Geno Smith has played beyond expectations but to no avail. No point in wasting time, the Seahawks are winning Super Bowl 57.
32. Houston Texans (+100000)
There's not much to say here. The Houston Texans are stocked with a bevy of draft picks but that won't help them, this season. They're building for the future but until then, the Texans just aren't winning the Super Bowl.
Colby has almost a decade’s worth of experience covering MMA, Boxing and Pro Wrestling. Boston Sports and European Football round out his non-Combat sports passions. He holds one of the more impressive MMA betting records, which can all be found right here at OddsChecker in addition to his Twitter page.