On May 12, the National Football League came out with their full 18 week and 17-game schedule. This season, the NFL has decided to add an extra game, which is why Super Bowl 56 happens on February 13 instead of the first Sunday in February. Super Bowl LVI odds are out. Keep reading for a schedule assessment that, hopefully, will help you decide which teams are worth backing to win next year’s Lombardi Trophy. With that being said, let’s get right to it so you can start planning your bets against their Super Bowl odds.
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Super Bowl LVI
- When: Sunday, Feb. 13, 2022
- Where: SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, CA
- TV / Streaming: NBC
Super Bowl LVI Odds
- Kansas City Chiefs +450
- Green Bay Packers +2000
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers +550
- Buffalo Bills +1200
- Baltimore Ravens +1600
- San Francisco 49ers +1200
- Los Angeles Rams +1200
- Cleveland Browns +1400
- New Orleans Saints +2800
- Seattle Seahawks +2800
- Miami Dolphins +3000
- Indianapolis Colts +2000
- Pittsburgh Steelers +3500
- Dallas Cowboys +3000
- Tennessee Titans +3500
- Arizona Cardinals +3300
- Los Angeles Chargers +2800
- New England Patriots +2500
- Minnesota Vikings +4500
- Philadelphia Eagles +7000
- Las Vegas Raiders +5000
- Washington Football Team +4500
- Atlanta Falcons +6000
- Chicago Bears +5000
- Denver Broncos +2000
- Jacksonville Jaguars +10000
- Carolina Panthers +7000
- New York Giants +6500
- New York Jets +10000
- Cincinnati Bengals +10000
- Houston Texans +20000
- Detroit Lions +18000
Which NFL teams have the toughest schedules this season?
Even though the Bears missed the playoffs last season, NFL schedulers gave Chicago no breaks. The Rams, Seahawks, and Tampa Bay are on the schedule.
If you planned on backing the Bears, Steelers, or Ravens to win the 2022 Super Bowl, reconsider. Strength of schedule is a huge determining factor to whether a team makes the playoffs.
Which NFL teams have the easiest regular season schedules?
How the heck did the Tampa Bay Buccaneers land one of the easiest schedules in the league? Blame it on the NFL’s revolving division door. This season, it’s the NFC South’s turn to play against the NFC East and AFC East.
So Tom Brady and the Bucs get to throw down against such juggernauts as the New York Jets, Philadelphia Eagles, and New York Giants. Unless Brady gets hurt, chalk up Tampa and New Orleans, and maybe even Carolina or Atlanta, as playoff teams.
The Dolphins and Cowboys are a couple of other teams who should benefit from easy schedules. Miami, especially, looks like a playoff squad. Dallas must prove their defense is good enough and quarterback Dak Prescott heads into the season after suffering an injury in 2020.
Based on current Super Bowl odds, which three teams offer the most underlay odds?
The Colts, Ravens, and Steelers are underlays. We know why Baltimore and Pittsburgh offer underlay odds.
The Ravens’ and Steelers’ play two of the toughest schedules in the league. Cleveland should win the AFC North, which means Baltimore and Pittsburgh could miss the playoffs.
The Colts are at +2000. Carson Wentz isn’t an upgrade over last season’s starter, Philip Rivers. Indianapolis has a good defense and great offensive line, but quarterback is the most important position on the field.
Which three teams offer the most overlay odds to win the Lombardi Trophy?
Because of strength of schedule, and because many are undervaluing Sean Payton’s Jameis Winston / Taysom Hill quarterback strategy, the New Orleans Saints are the top overlay on the board at +2800. The Saints will win a lot of football games this season.
Tampa Bay may not be an overlay, but they do offer fair odds. The Buccaneers will send one of the best defenses in the league to the field. Also, Tom Brady shouldn’t have taken too much of a backward step after last season.
If Rodgers decides to play, Green Bay is an overlay at +2000. The Dolphins are the final overlay team. Miami has one of the easiest schedules in the league, Tua Tagovailoa got a legit WR1 in Jaylen Waddle, and the defense should be great.
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