2022 Super Bowl Odds: Packers and Chiefs Are Favorites to End Regular Season
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2022 Super Bowl Odds
|Odds via DraftKings and as of Sunday afternoon|
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Sunday Night Update
The brackets are set and Super Bowl odds are official for the remaining 14 teams.
The 49ers, once as low as +6500 on Sunday afternoon, are back to +2000.
The Raiders are still longshots at +6000 after the upset win over the Chargers on Sunday night.
Sunday Afternoon Update
The Indianapolis Colts went from +1800 to win the Super Bowl to eliminated in a few short hours.
Following a loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday, the Colts are out of playoff consideration.
The biggest immediate move was Pittsburgh. The Steelers will make the playoffs as long as the Chargers and Raiders don’t tie. Pittsburgh was 400-1 to win the Super Bowl entering the day. They’re now +8000 with a first-round matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs awaiting.
Sunday Morning Update
With the No. 1 seed locked up — aka the NFC’s only first-round bye plus home-field advantage — the Green Bay Packers are listed as the betting favorites to win the 2022 Super Bowl heading into Sunday’s Week 18 action.
The Packers are +380 at DraftKings, ahead of the Kansas City Chiefs at +500. The Chiefs enter Week 18 as the No. 1 seed in the AFC, but the Tennessee Titans would supplant the Chiefs with a win over the Houston Texans.
The Packers have used a strong December — led by MVP favorite Aaron Rodgers –to climb to the top of the board. On Dec. 7, Green Bay was behind both the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Arizona Cardinals among NFC teams on the oddsboard. The Bucs are now +850 while the Cardinals are down to +2000.
Joining the Packers, Chiefs and Bucs among teams with single-digit odds are the Buffalo Bills at +750 and Los Angeles Rams at +900. Both teams locked up playoff spots before Week 18, but are playing for division crowns on Sunday.
Despite being the most-likely team to earn the No. 1 seed in the AFC, the Titans are still +1100 to win it all. Derrick Henry was activated off Injured Reserve in an effort to prepare for the playoffs. He’s been sidelined with a broken bone in his foot, slowing the Titans offense amidst a handful of other injuries, including A.J. Brown.
The Patriots (+1600), Bengals (+2000) and Eagles (+5000) have also clinched playoff spots before Sunday’s games.