The Buffalo Bills dominated the Kansas City Chiefs on NFL Sunday Night Football. But although Buffalo was super impressive, the Chiefs’ odds barely moved. Check out updated Super Bowl LVI odds.
Updated Super Bowl Odds Heading Into Week 6 of the 2021 Season
Super Bowl LVI
- When: Sunday, Feb. 13, 2022
- Where: SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, CA
- TV / Streaming: NBC
Super Bowl LVI Odds
- Kansas City Chiefs +450
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers +450
- Buffalo Bills +550
- Los Angeles Rams +800
- Green Bay Packers +900
- Baltimore Ravens +1100
- Cleveland Browns +1100
- Arizona Cardinals +1200
- Dallas Cowboys +1400
- Los Angeles Chargers +1600
- Tennessee Titans +2800
- San Francisco 49ers +3300
- New Orleans Saints +3300
- New England Patriots +5000
- Minnesota Vikings +5000
- Denver Broncos +5000
- Seattle Seahawks +6000
- Indianapolis Colts +6600
- Las Vegas Raiders +6600
- Pittsburgh Steelers +8000
- Philadelphia Eagles +8000
- Chicago Bears +8000
- Carolina Panthers +8000
- Cincinnati Bengals +8000
- Washington Football Team +10000
- Miami Dolphins +15000
- Atlanta Falcons +20000
- New York Giants +25000
- Jacksonville Jaguars +100000
- New York Jets +100000
- Houston Texans +100000
- Detroit Lions +100000
Buffalo’s dominate victory sends odds from +800 to +550
On Sunday night, Buffalo did what they’ve done in the past four weeks. Led by unstoppable quarterback Josh Allen, the Bills used creative play-calling and a stifling defense to dominate Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs 38-20.
The Bills forced Mahomes into a couple of interceptions. Not only that, but although the Bills rushed just four for most of the evening, Mahomes completed just 33-of-54 for 61%.
The KC defense, again, was dreadful. Allen threw for 351 yards and Buffalo amassed 121 rushing yards.
The Chiefs, because so much money landed on KC before the season started, remain a +450 favorite to win Super Bowl 56. The odds on the Bills’ dived from +800 last week to +550, making them a solid third choice.
Are the Bills worth a look at +550? Maybe. Maybe not. Buffalo has impressed, but the lone time they played a team with a solid defense, the Pittsburgh Steelers in week 1, they lost.
Dallas, Buccaneers, Saints, and Rams win, Seattle’s season could be over
The Dallas Cowboys dusted the rival New York Giants 44-20, Tom Brady and the Bucs beat the pants off the Miami Dolphins 45-17, the Saints dominated the Washington Football Team 33-22, and the Rams beat the Seattle Seahawks 26-17.
The two most impressive wins came from the Cowboys and the Buccaneers. The Boys decimated a rival while the Bucs scored over 40 against a well-coached and talented defense.
The Rams also beat a rival. But the big story from that game wasn’t the Los Angeles Rams win, it was Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson getting hurt.
Wilson is out 6-to-8 weeks. Without Russell, and because their defense is terrible, the Seahawks may not win a game until he returns.
Cardinals remain undefeated, Browns lose to the Chargers
Although Arizona has played great, the Cardinals won’t remain undefeated for long. On Sunday, they tackle the Cleveland Browns.
Cleveland will be looking to get back on the winning track after giving up a lead to the Los Angeles Chargers in a loss. At halftime, the Browns appeared to have the game won until Bolts’ quarterback Justin Herbert led an insane second half comeback.
We say insane because Herbert and Baker led their teams to a 42-42 tie. In a desperate attempt to leave ticks on the clock for Mayfield, Cleveland defenders pushed Charger running back Austin Ekeler over the goal line.
Baker did nothing with the time the defenses handed him and the Chargers won 47-42.
Raiders, Broncos, and Panthers returning to their typical play
Heading into NFL Week 4, Las Vegas, Carolina, and Denver were undefeated. All three teams entered the season underdogs to win the Super Bowl except for the Broncos, whose odds had dived to +1800 at one point during the offseason.
As of Monday, October 11, all three are again underdogs to win the Lombardi Trophy. The odds change shouldn’t surprise us. None of the three are led by quarterbacks who have proven they can consistently win.
Don’t expect a reversal of fortune for any of the three. Denver is the only team that could turn it around, but even the Broncos have a tough road ahead with two games against the Chargers and Chiefs and road games versus Dallas and the Browns remaining on the schedule.