Green Bay Packers Super Bowl Odds & Futures 2022-2023
Expectations for the Packers coming into the 2022 season weren’t as high as last season following the trade of Davante Adams, but their Super Bowl odds still came in near the top of the NFC after Aaron Rodgers’ back-to-back MVP seasons. With the NFC seemingly much weaker than the AFC and new additions on what was already a strong defense, the idea of the Packers winning a championship wasn’t too far-fetched. Green Bay won 13 games in each of the previous three seasons. However, the Packers’ Super Bowl odds have tanked amid arguably their worst season of the Rodgers era.
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Green Bay Packers Super Bowl Odds Analysis
Where did it all go wrong for the Packers? There are more reasons than just the loss of Davante Adams. Not having a legitimate No. 1 receiver is, however, a significant issue for Green Bay. We saw this in Week 1, when rookie Christian Watson had an easy touchdown pass slip through his hands. While Watson has played much better as the season has progressed, there still is no receiver on the roster half as reliable as Adams.
It hasn’t helped that Aaron Rodgers has been playing through a thumb injury and has been much more turnover-prone than he was before. Even the returns of David Bakhtiari and Elgton Jenkins weren’t enough to boost the Packers’ offense this season.
Packers fans have also clamored against defensive coordinator Joe Barry, whose defense has fallen off considerably this season. A season-ending injury to Rashan Gary hurt the front seven, and Green Bay’s run defense ranks among the NFL’s worst. The Packers have routinely taken one step forward and two steps back this season. That was evident when they picked up an impressive win over the Cowboys and followed it up with a home loss to the Titans. A week later, the defense was completely shredded by the Eagles’ running game, ending just about any hope the Packers had of making a playoff run.
While their Super Bowl odds are still on the board and better than some other 5-8 teams since Rodgers is under center, any realistic talk about Green Bay’s Super Bowl odds has to be directed toward the 2023 season. The first order of business in the offseason will be determining whether Rodgers wants to be a part of what the Packers hope will be a bounce-back year. If he is, it’s going to take a major offensive addition to make Green Bay intimidating again.
Reasons Why the Packers Can & Can’t Win the Super Bowl
- Aaron Rodgers has led improbable comebacks before
- Christian Watson is coming on late.
- Aaron Jones is still a prolific weapon when used.
- The run defense has been abysmal against NFC contenders
- There is no legitimate No. 1 receiver on the roster
- Offensive line is hit and miss
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