After every week in the NFL, odds to win the 2022 Super Bowl change. Heading into NFL Week 7, a few dramatic changes occurred, including a preseason favorite falling to second choice and a team that many felt had no shot at the Lombardi Trophy before the season started, breaking under the +1000 mark. Check out this week’s most extensive Super Bowl odds shifts.
The Biggest Shifts in NFL Odds to Win Super Bowl 56
Super Bowl LVI
- When: Sunday, Feb. 13, 2022
- Where: SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, CA
- TV / Streaming: NBC
Super Bowl LVI Odds
- Kansas City Chiefs +700
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers +500
- Buffalo Bills +500
- Los Angeles Rams +800
- Green Bay Packers +900
- Baltimore Ravens +1000
- Cleveland Browns +2200
- Arizona Cardinals +900
- Dallas Cowboys +1200
- Los Angeles Chargers +2200
- Tennessee Titans +3000
- San Francisco 49ers +4000
- New Orleans Saints +3500
- New England Patriots +7500
- Minnesota Vikings +5000
- Denver Broncos +10000
- Seattle Seahawks +10000
- Indianapolis Colts +6600
- Las Vegas Raiders +4500
- Pittsburgh Steelers +6600
- Philadelphia Eagles +12500
- Chicago Bears +15000
- Carolina Panthers +12500
- Cincinnati Bengals +7500
- Washington Football Team +20000
- Miami Dolphins +30000
- Atlanta Falcons +20000
- New York Giants +50000
- Jacksonville Jaguars +100000
- New York Jets +150000
- Houston Texans +100000
- Detroit Lions +100000
Raiders and Broncos make the biggest odds shift
Las Vegas was a +6600 choice last week. This week, the Raiders are at +4500. The Broncos went from +5000 to +10000.
Why such dramatic odds shifts? The Raiders and Broncos played each other last Sunday. Although many felt Las Vegas might give up, the Raiders proved they are more than just former coach Jon Gruden’s pet project.
Las Vegas dominated Denver 34-24. The Raiders are 4-2 and in a tie with the rival Chargers atop the AFC West. The Broncos lost their third in a row to fall to 3-3.
Kansas City Chiefs had the most important odds shift
KC bounced back in NFL Week 6 with a nice 31-13 win against the Washington Football Team. But although Kansas City impressed, their odds remained at +700. Technically, the odds shift didn’t happen this week. It happened late last week.
Will KC remain at +700? That’s not likely. If Kansas City beats and covers against the Titans in a Sunday road game, their odds figure to fall to +500 or, maybe, +550.
If the Titans upset the Chiefs, Kansas City’s odds will go up to around +900 while Tennessee’s odds should plummet to +1200 or so.
After a big loss, the Bolts offer real value
At +2200, the Bolts might be an overlay. The Chargers are in first place in the AFC West. They’ve got quality wins against the Raiders, the Chiefs, and the Cleveland Browns.
The two losses happened versus a couple of 5-1 teams, the Ravens and the Cowboys. This week, the Bolts are the top overlay play on the board.
NFL handicappers cold for the 49ers and Seahawks
Russell Wilson is out for the next six weeks or so. Without Russell, the Seahawks will be hard-pressed to beat the Saints on Monday night, the Packers on Nov. 14 and the Cardinals on Nov. 21.
Even if Seattle beats the Jaguars in NFL Week 8, they’d be 3-7 after losing to the Cardinals on the 21st.
San Francisco faces a make or break game on Sunday. The 49ers host the Indianapolis Colts. If SF drops the game, they will go to 2-4 and have almost zero chance of catching the Rams or Cardinals in the division.
Should that happen, the odds on the Niners to win the Super Bowl would jump to over +6000.
Super Bowl future bettors are hot for the Arizona Cardinals and Dallas Cowboys
Cards went from +1200 to +900. Boys went from +1400 to +1200. Neither is a massive change in odds, but it does tell us that NFL future handicappers have begun to take notice.
Arizona is not only a +900 choice to win the Super Bowl. This Sunday, they’re -17 against the spread versus the Houston Texans.
The Cardinals dominated the Cleveland Browns in their last. After they blowout the Texans on Sunday, their odds will fall to +700, or, maybe, even +550.
Dallas is off. So the Cowboys’ odds shouldn’t change much by next week.