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Updated Super Bowl Odds Heading Into Week 13 of the 2021 Season
Super Bowl LVI
- When: Sunday, Feb. 13, 2022
- Where: SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, CA
- TV / Streaming: NBC
Updated Super Bowl LVI Odds
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers +460
- Kansas City Chiefs +590
- Green Bay Packers +670
- Buffalo Bills +710
- Arizona Cardinals +720
- Baltimore Ravens +890
- New England Patriots +920
- Los Angeles Rams +1050
- Dallas Cowboys +1075
- Tennessee Titans +1975
- Cincinnati Bengals +2900
- Los Angeles Chargers +2900
- Indianapolis Colts +3600
- San Francisco 49ers +3600
- Cleveland Browns +5200
- Minnesota Vikings +6600
- Las Vegas Raiders +7500
- Denver Broncos +7500
- Philadelphia Eagles +9000
- New Orleans Saints +11000
- Pittsburgh Steelers +14000
- Washington Football Team +20000
- Seattle Seahawks +20000
- Miami Dolphins +36000
- New York Giants +40000
- Carolina Panthers +40000
- Atlanta Falcons +46000
- Chicago Bears +60000
- Jacksonville Jaguars +300000
- New York Jets +300000
- Houston Texans +300000
- Detroit Lions +300000
Kansas City and Tampa maintain Week 11 favoritism
Tampa is a more than solid +460 to win on February 13. The Buccaneers rallied from 10 points down to beat the Indianapolis Colts in a huge road victory.
Kansas City had a bye, but it didn’t hurt their chances. The Chiefs headed into their bye winners of 5-of-6 and 4 straight. KC can lock down the AFC West title in their next 3 games.
Bills get back on track and Patriots continue dominating opponents
Buffalo had looked horrible in losses to the Jaguars and Colts. But although Buffalo lost 2-of-3, they turned it around big time on Thanksgiving Night.
The Bills blasted the home team New Orleans Saints 31-6 in one of their most impressive wins this season. Buffalo appears back on track.
That doesn’t mean they take the AFC East, though. New England won their sixth straight after an inspired 36-13 victory over the Tennessee Titans.
The Patriots have won 7-of-8. Mac Jones has gotten better with each passing week. If you like the Bills, you must also like the Patriots because whichever team wins the AFC East should get a more favorable playoff schedule.
Dallas loses again, causing their Super Bowl odds to rise
Things can change on a dime in the NFL. Ask the Dallas Cowboys who have now lost 3-of-4 after starting the season winning 6-of-7.
Can the Boys turn it around?
Denver and Las Vegas aren’t good football teams. No only that, but the offense doesn’t always come to play. It scored 9 against the Chiefs in a 19-9 loss.
Dak, Zeke, and their teammates mustered 33 against the Raiders, but then the defense blew it. Mike McCarthy had better get his team back on track becasue although the Boys should win the NFC East, the WFT will be only 2 games behind with a win over Seattle, and the Eagles are just 3 games behind.
Rams are a mess, Packers are for real
Is it time for the Los Angeles Rams to panic? Yes it is.
The Rams marched into Lambeau field, lied down, and let Aaron Rodgers repeatedly kick them. Suddenly, LAR can’t stop the pass.
The Rams also can’t rush the ball and the protection isn’t great. Green Bay sacked Matthew Stafford twice and picked him off once in the Packers’ impressive 36-28 win.
The bottom line is that Sean McVeigh and LAR’s front office have made questionable moves. Name players like Jalen Ramsey and Odell Beckham Jr. fill the roster. But Los Angeles’ best offensive lineman is 39-years-old Andrew Whitworth.
The Rams have now lost 3 straight. 3 appears to be the magic number because of LAR’s final 6 games, 3 are on the road, at Arizona, at Minnesota, and at Baltimore. No doubt, the Rams could lose all 3, which means L.A. probably faces a 7-loss season.
Colts keep their best underdog play to win the Super Bowl title even after losing to the Bucs
Yes, the Colts blew a 10-points lead versus the defending champions. But Tennessee also lost, which means Indianapolis remains this week’s top Super Bowl underdog to back.
The Colts remain 2 games behind Tennessee. Like we wrote last week, the schedule isn’t easy. But if Indy can find a way to win the AFC South, they’d be a difficult team to handle in the playoffs.
The Titans have lost 2 straight. So things are trending in the Colts’ favor.