As we head into NFL Week 5, the three preseason favorites, the Kansas City Chiefs, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Buffalo Bills, remain Super Bowl 56 chalk. Two other NFC teams, the Green Bay Packers and Los Angeles Rams, offer odds less than +1000 while two teams from the AFC North, the Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns, are the next choices based on updated Super Bowl odds. Check out a more in depth look at odds to win the Super Bowl.
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 +800
- Los Angeles Rams +800
- Green Bay Packers +900
- Baltimore Ravens +1100
- Cleveland Browns +1100
- Seattle Seahawks +1600
- Dallas Cowboys +1600
- Los Angeles Chargers +1600
- Tennessee Titans +2000
- San Francisco 49ers +2200
- Arizona Cardinals +22000
- Las Vegas Raiders +2800
- Denver Broncos +3300
- New Orleans Saints +4000
- Indianapolis Colts +4000
- Minnesota Vikings +4000
- Carolina Panthers +6000
- New England Patriots +6600
- Washington Football Team +6600
- Cincinnati Bengals +7500
- Miami Dolphins +8000
- Chicago Bears +8000
- Pittsburgh Steelers +10000
- Philadelphia Eagles +12500
- New York Giants +15000
- Detroit Lions +15000
- Atlanta Falcons +20000
- New York Jets +150000
- Jacksonville Jaguars +50000
- Houston Texans +75000
Which team among the Bills, Buccaneers, and Chiefs deserves the longest look?
The Kansas City Chiefs are having major issues stopping opponents from moving the football. Even in week 4, Kansas City couldn’t keep the Philadelphia Eagles from making the game interesting well into the fourth quarter.
Tampa’s top three cornerbacks have suffered injuries. Things have gotten so bad, Bruce Arians handed Richard Sherman a contract this past Wednesday and started the former Legion of Boom player on Sunday.
The Buffalo Bills lost their first game of the season. But since then, Buffalo has rolled, dominating the Miami Dolphins 35-0, the Washington Football Team 43-21, and the Houston Texans 40-0. The Bills, and it’s not close, is the favorite to back.
Name a couple of teams offering underlay odds to win Super Bowl 56
The two biggest underlays on the board are the Chiefs and Buccaneers. Kansas City’s offense doesn’t look as solid as it has in past seasons. The defense is a mess.
The Buccaneers can’t stop the pass. With some luck, the Patriots would have upset Tampa Bay on Sunday night. Also, Tom Brady doesn’t seem as sharp as he has in past seasons. Time may have caught up for the terrific one.
A few other underlays include the Browns at +1100, the Chargers at +1600 and the Seahawks at +1600. All three teams are good enough to win the Super Bowl. But all three offer odds way below their actual chances.
The 49ers are a huge underlay at +2200. Again, injuries have hit San Francisco hard.
What teams are overlays to win Super bowl LVI?
The Carolina Panthers at +6000 are a massive overlay. Carolina leads the NFC South. Also, they’ve played one bad game this season, in week 4 versus Dallas, and up until the final five minutes had a shot to tie the Cowboys in the loss.
Based on Arizona’s victory versus the Los Angeles Rams, the Cardinals are also an overlay. Zona might be the best team in the NFC.
The Cards rank first in points per at 35.9. Arizona ranks ninth in points allowed each game at 21.3. Zona’s D was masterful against Matthew Stafford and the Rams, holding the gunslinger to 280 yards, 2 TDs, and a pick in a 37-20 road victory in NFL Week 4.
Any ultra-underdogs who can win the Super Bowl?
If the Patriots make the playoffs, they’ll have a chance. Mac Jones is developing into a terrific quarterback and the defense is solid. New England is good enough to pull off the required playoff upsets.
So are the New Orleans Saints. Sean Payton must open the playbook and unleash Jameis Winston. Once he does, and Payton will have to if New Orleans wants to prevent losses like the one they suffered against the Giants in week 4, the Saints have a good enough defense to contend.
The Broncos are better than what they showed in the 7-23 loss to Baltimore. So we’ll throw them in the pot of dogs that can win even though they may have to play without Teddy Bridgewater for the next couple of weeks.
Bridgewater suffered a concussion in the loss. If Drew Lock can pick up the slack, and the Broncos can open the offense a bit, like the Saints, the Ponies have a good enough defense to upset some teams.
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