NFL Super Bowl Odds 2022

Super Bowl futures are out as every team has a blank slate heading into the new year. However, oddsmakers have odds on Super Bowl 56 already. The Buccaneers and Chiefs are favorites to return to the Super Bowl, but there are some interesting values hovering around the middle tier. Take a look at the Super Bowl market with various sportsbooks and see who has the best value. Odds update throughout the year and are currently steady now that the draft and free agency has ended. The movement will begin again with any significant camp news and also once the regular season kicks off.

Super Bowl futures are out as every team has a blank slate heading into the new year. However, oddsmakers have odds on Super Bowl 56 already. The Buccaneers and Chiefs are favorites to return to the Super Bowl, but there are some interesting values hovering around the middle tier. Take a look at the Super Bowl market with various sportsbooks and see who has the best value. Odds update throughout the year and are currently steady now that the draft and free agency has ended. The movement will begin again with any significant camp news and also once the regular season kicks off.

Super Bowl 56
2/7/2022
6:30pm ET
Lineups Superbowl Odds Draftkings Fanduel Caesars Betrivers Sugarhouse
Team Consensus
$1,000 BONUS + $50 FREE BET
$1,000 RISK-FREE BET
$5,000 RISK-FREE BET
$250 RISK-FREE BET
$250 RISK-FREE BET
+486
+582
+1148
+1155
+1298
+1328
+1400
+1570
+2140
+2500
+2700
+3045
+3165
+3225
+3235
+3285
+3820
+4035
+4285
+4520
+4525
+4925
+6000
+6750
+7500
+7825
+8100
+11000
+12175
+12175
+17200
+26000

Early Favorites

After back-to-back Super Bowls and Patrick Mahomes as the Chiefs quarterback, seeing them as the frontrunners is no surprise. They have been in this spot for the last two years now but came up short against the Buccaneers, who are +900. They are tied with the Packers as the best teams to come out of the NFC. The Buccaneers being tied for the best odds in the NFC suggests we will see Tom Brady return for another year. With a tremendous defense and an offense that will likely retain most of their weapons, they are primed to make another run. Oddsmakers are certainly looking at a Chiefs and Buccaneers/Packers combo of a Super Bowl early on. It makes a lot of sense for the Packers to still be in this running as they have Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams. The run defense still needs to improve, and with what should be a very friendly draft and free agent class, getting Rodgers another weapon should be a priority.

Every one of these teams has some question marks as they head into the offseason. Tampa will need to address Chris Godwin's looming free agency but have plenty of depth to where they could opt to spend that money elsewhere. As mentioned, Green Bay needs to sure up the run defense still but also needs to really get a strong WR2. Kansas City needs a true WR2, but the offensive line, as we saw in the Super Bowl, really cost them.

Best Longshot Teams

In addition to the Colts at +2500, who could have a solid offseason that bumps their odds closer to the season, a few other teams stand out. Miami is sitting at +2500 and has been rumored to be in the mix for Deshaun Watson. Any move for Watson would skyrocket the Dolphins. They have a great coaching staff led by Brian Flores and defense on the right track. The AFC East is certainly Buffalo's division now, but Miami is a competitive bunch that took great strides last season. The Chargers are intriguing at +3000, especially if Justin Herbert doesn't have a second-year drop-off. Injuries and coaching decisions killed the Chargers. Otherwise, this was a competitive bunch. Any AFC team is already in a tough spot with the Chiefs being front-runners, but AFC West teams also have it rough having to try and take the division from them. I really like this Chargers group, but health remains the biggest hurdle. Arizona at +4000 is intriguing if they make the right offseason moves, and Kingsbury figures it out somehow. Pittsburgh was largely frauds last year, but an improved run game and a better offensive line would put them right back into consideration.

If we want to go even deeper, a few teams could shake things up and potentially make a deep run. The Panthers at +5000 are building something special. They were aggressive in the Matthew Stafford sweepstakes but failed to land him. Now there is a chance they trade up and take one of these young quarterbacks, it seems. They are loaded with weapons and have hit on some excellent young defensive draft picks of late. While I still believe they are a year away and a quarterback change away, watch out for this young group over the next few years. The final team in Washington at +6000. This was a playoff team in a dreadful NFC East, but that defense and combination with some young offensive weapons gave them life for the future. Finding a viable quarterback should be priority number one. If Washington can piece something together in what should be a wild offseason, they have the cap space to bring in another WR and have a draft to fill out some needs.

Betting The Super Bowl

Once the big day is settled and we have our matchup of two teams, you are going to see odds for the point spread, moneyline, and total. These are considered the standard for sports betting, and is what you are going to find first among sports betting pages. Now the point spread is going to be a number that looks like, -7 or +7. The team that is sitting with -7 means that they are a touchdown favorite and would need to win by seven or more points for the bet to be considered a win. Now, if they win by three, then the bet is considered a loss. For the team that is +7, a winning bet would be them either winning or losing by less than seven points. If they lose by three, that means they covered the spread, and it is considered a win. The moneyline is going to be a straight-up win or lose, where you are getting odds on the underdog team and the favorite. The total can be broken down to either a team total or overall game total, which you would be betting on the over or under.

You are also going to see player props once the teams have been finalized. You can find odds and bets on things like over/under 98.5 receiving yards for a specific player. For receivers, you can see total receptions and touchdowns, which have the option of an over/under bet. Running backs will have yardage, attempts, and touchdown props as well. Quarterbacks will have attempts, passing yards, touchdowns, completions, and interceptions thrown props tied to their name. Game props are going to be more general game events, and not player focused. You can bet on the first touchdown scorer, total touchdowns, longest touchdown, and other various game events. These are great ways for beginning betters to understand sports betting, and be able to simplify the research that goes into one player or event in comparison to a whole game. Now in most circumstances, you can’t parlay props within sportsbooks, unlike the other types of best. A parlay means you can stack bets on top of each other to increase your payout if both hit. Now, if you take the over on a game and the Chiefs winning by seven, the over has to hit in addition to the Chiefs winning by seven. If the Chiefs win by four and the over hits, then your parlay is a bust. Each bet is called a leg of a parlay bet.

Super Bowl odds before the teams have been finalized is going to be considered a futures bet, meaning you are betting into the future on an event to take place. The most common is simply the Super Bowl winner. You will see odds for each team listed to win the Super Bowl in order of the most likely to do so based on the odds of the sportsbook. You can bet on the Kansas City Chiefs winning the Super Bowl in April, where you are more likely to get better odds. Every week during the season, odds are going to change based on what is happening in the NFL season. They will be adjusted for teams playing well or teams playing poorly, and injuries can also drive odds in the wrong direction.

You are going to be able to get better value for your futures bet when you bet further out. The odds are going to look a lot different in the offseason compared to Week 12 when the Chiefs have lost two games and are currently the one seed. The odds will go more into their favor, and that means the bet won’t be as valuable because the sportsbooks have adjusted. Betting on future bets early is key to getting a healthy return on investment.

Legal US Sportsbooks

Sports betting in the United States has been a slow burn to where it is now. We are beginning to see states expand more into making sports betting legal. We have also started to see mobile sports betting apps available, alongside internet sites. FanDuel and DraftKings have been the big names in the fantasy sports world over the last five years, and they have developed sportsbooks of their own. You also have sportsbooks like William Hill, FoxBet, and Sugarhouse.

DraftKings - DraftKings has become a popular sportsbook app, as it has expanded on offering daily fantasy sports contests. You can now bet on sports, and their current promo offer is a signup bonus up to $1,000. DraftKings matches your first bet, alongside a deposit bonus of up to $500. Each bet you will see the bonus into your account.

FanDuel - FanDuel came in slightly after their competitor draftkings, as they opened up their sportsbook shortly after draftkings. fanduel also has an offer for new users, as they offer a $500 risk-free bet. They will credit your first bet slip up to $500. If you win, you will see a credit in your promotion bonus. If you lose, you are credited back the bet amount.

PointsBet - PointsBet is an Australian company who has broken into the sports betting industry with some unique ways to bet on sports. The new user promo is going to be up to a $500 refund if your first bet does not win. There is also a parlay promotion where you will get a refund if you lose one leg of your parlay.

William Hill - William Hill is a larger sportsbook that established themselves in England, going back to the early 1930s. They have begun to operate in the United States, and offer a $10 no deposit bonus and a $150 deposit match. Just by creating an account, William Hill will give you $10 free.

FoxBet - FoxBet began two years ago, as the online sportsbook scene continues to blossom with new sites. They also offer a mobile product. For new users, they will match up to 50% of a $500 deposit and will be given back through bonus amounts when bet requirements are met.

888 Sport - 888 Sport is a European based sportsbook that has been around for quite a while now. They have begun to be involved in the United States, and offer up a $500 risk-free bet. They will match up to $500 on your first deposit. If the bet loses, you will get back the money within 72 hours.

BetRivers - BetRivers is an American sportsbook that is now taking bets from a few states that have recently legalized sports betting. Their new user promo code is a 100% deposit match up to $250. You will get in bonus funds, and like other sportsbooks, it will leak into your account based on bets placed.

Sugarhouse - Sugarhouse is one of the major sportsbooks in New Jersey, and has branched out to Pennsylvania as well. They offer up to a $250 free deposit bonus match, where you can then make bets with this money deposited into your account.

Super Bowl FAQ

If you are looking for some information on this year’s Super Bowl and the Super Bowl in general, you have come to the right place. The Super Bowl has a new location each year, and the network broadcasting doesn’t always stay the same. We are heading into Super Bowl 55, which means there has been 54 total Super Bowls played, with the Kansas City Chiefs winning the last one. Below are some Super Bowl questions that are commonly asked, and if you are new to the game of football this can help catch you up to be more knowledgable. You can also find some information on upcoming Super Bowl 55, like what channel it is on, as well as the date and time. While the teams playing are still not certain, we have everything else listed for you.

What Is The Super Bowl?

The Super Bowl is an annual championship game of the National Football League. It is played between the winner of the AFC and the NFC, who play their conference championship games two weeks prior. The winner is crowned champion of the NFL.

What Date Is Super Bowl in 2022?

Super Bowl 56 is going to be on Sunday, February 9th, 2021. The Super Bowl has now fallen into February for each season since 2003. In most seasons prior it had been on the final weekend of January with the change in scheduling.

What Time And Channel Is The Super Bowl On?

CBS will be televising Super Bowl 56 this season, as it is rotating between different networks. It will be scheduled for a kickoff of 6:30 PM Eastern Time. For the rest of the country it will have a starting time of 4:30 or 3:30 PM.

Who Plays In The Super Bowl?

The winner of the NFC Conference Championship game and the AFC Conference Championship game will play in the Super Bowl. There will be a week off after the conference championship games to give teams a chance to rest and the Pro Bowl to be played.

Can I Bet On The Super Bowl Legally?

Yes, if you are in these states: NY, NJ, PA, NH, PA, RI, WV, OR, IN,IA, NV, AR, DE, MS, NM. You can find various sportsbooks online to bet on Super Bowl 55. Some sites also offer mobile betting.

What Team Has Won The Most Super Bowls?

The New England Patriots and the Pittsburgh Steelers both are tied with six Super Bowl wins. The Patriots have gone to the Super Bowl a league high 11 times. Pittsburgh has gone eight times, which is tied with Dallas and Denver for the second most.

What Teams Have Never Won The Super Bowl?

Chargers, Panthers, Falcons, Bengals, Vikings, and Bills are the teams. Buffalo and Minnesota have gone to four Super Bowls too, as they have the most appearances without a win.

What Is The Best Team To Win A Super Bowl?

The 1984 San Francisco 49ers went 15-1 in the regular season averaging 29.7 points per game and allowing just 14.2 points per game. They had five Hall of Famers on their team and beat the Dolphins 38-16 in the Super Bowl.

How Many Super Bowls Have There Been?

There have been 55 total Super Bowls played in the history of the NFL. The first one was in 1967, and the last one played was in 2020. Super Bowl 56 will be the next one played in February of 2022.

What Year Was The First Super Bowl?

Super Bowl I was on January 15th, 1967. It was between the Green Bay Packers and the Kansas City Chiefs. It was the AFL vs NFL, as the Chiefs represented the AFL. Bart Starr was named MVP and the Packers won 35-30.

Who Is Favored To Win Super Bowl 56?

Kansas City remains the favorite to win the Super Bowl, with oddsmakers also putting the Tampa Bay Buccaneers right up there with them. Odds are pointing towards a potential rematch of Super Bowl 55.