NFL Super Bowl 57 Odds Favorites and Betting Update Heading Into Week 5

NFL Super Bowl 57 Odds Favorites and Betting Update Heading Into Week 5

We’ve completed the first four weeks of the season, and we’ve seen some surprising results throughout the NFL. Teams that were predicted to be Super Bowl contenders have gotten off to rough starts, while some surprise teams have come to the forefront of the playoff race. In looking at the latest Super Bowl odds, we’ve seen some changes since Week 1 of the season. Let’s take a look at some of the favorites to win the Super Bowl so you can keep planning your bets against their Super Bowl Odds.

Updated Odds to Win the Super Bowl LVII After Week 4 of the 2022 NFL Season

Buffalo Bills +400

The Bills were the favorite to start the season, and after four weeks, they’re still the favorite. Even with a loss to Miami, the Bills are still looked upon as the best team in the league. They came from behind to beat a very good Baltimore Ravens team last Sunday. With Josh Allen leading a high-powered offense, this team has what it takes to finally get back to the Super Bowl.

Kansas City Chiefs +700

The Kansas City Chiefs offense hasn’t missed a beat without Tyreek Hill. Patrick Mahomes is once again playing at a high level, and the Chiefs are getting contributions from numerous pass catchers. The defense has been good this season as well. After going down to Tampa and beating the Bucs last Sunday, the Chiefs have proven to everyone that they’re going to be one of the league’s top teams again this season.

Philadelphia Eagles +800

While many thought that the Eagles were going to have a good team this season, no one predicted that they’d be this good. The Eagles are the league’s lone undefeated team. Philadelphia’s defense has been stellar, and Jalen Hurts has done a great job of leading the offense. The addition of AJ Brown, and the emergence of Devonta Smith have made a huge difference in the Eagles offensive attack. The Eagles are for real, and they look like the team to beat in the NFC this season.

Green Bay Packers +1000

After a dismal Week 1 performance, many were ready to write off Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. Well, in true Rodgers form, the Packers have rebounded to win three straight, and are one of the top contenders in the NFC. Many thought that the young wide receiving corps in Green Bay would be an issue, but two rookies have been playing better as of late and look like they could become a very good duo. If the defense continues to play well, Green Bay could make a long playoff run. 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers +1200

Even though Tom Brady hasn’t been the Brady of old this season, the Buccaneers still have a very good team. Although the Kansas City Chiefs exploited the Tampa defense on Sunday night, this is still a very good unit. We still think that Brady has one good run left in him, and with a talented group of skill-position players, this team could make a long run in the playoffs. This could very well be Brady’s last season, so what better way to end his storied career than with a Super Bowl victory.

 
 

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