2022 Super Bowl Odds Tracker: Saints Big Risers; Bears, Vikings Take A Tumble

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  • The Saints were the biggest risers after Week 1. Their odds shortened from +4000 to +2500.
  • The Bears and Vikings' odds each dropped precipitously after dejecting losses. Chicago went from 80/1 to 66/1 while Minnesota went from 50/1 to 40/1.
  • The Rams leapfrogged the Bills to become the third-highest favorite to win the Super Bowl.

2022 Super Bowl Odds Tracker

Lines are according to BetMGM

Team Sept. 13 Odds February Opening Odds
Kansas City Chiefs +475 +600
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +600 +1200
Los Angeles Rams +1200 +1200
Buffalo Bills +1300 +2000
San Francisco 49ers +1300 +1200
Green Bay Packers +1400 +900
Baltimore Ravens +1400 +1400
Cleveland Browns +1600 +2500
Seattle Seahawks +1800 +2500
Los Angeles Chargers +2500 +1800
New Orleans Saints +2500 +2500
Arizona Cardinals +3000 +3000
Tennessee Titans +3000 +3000
Dallas Cowboys +3500 +4000
New England Patriots +3500 +2500
Pittsburgh Steelers +3500 +2500
Indianapolis Colts +4000 +3000
Miami Dolphins +4000 +1800
Minnesota Vikings +5000 +6500
Denver Broncos +5000 +6500
Washington Football Team +6600 +3000
Carolina Panthers +6600 +5000
Philadelphia Eagles +6600 +6500
Atlanta Falcons +8000 +6500
Las Vegas Raiders +8000 +5000
Chicago Bears +8000 +6500
New York Giants +10000 +5000
Cincinnati Bengals +15000 +10000
Jacksonville Jaguars +15000 +8000
New York Jets +25000 +8000
Detroit Lions +25000 +8000
Houston Texans +30000 +8000

Sept. 13 Super Bowl Odds Update

The biggest upward movers after Week 1 were the New Orleans Saints, who went from +4000 to +2500 after they dismantled the Green Bay Packers 38-3 on Sunday. The Packers, for what it’s worth, have the same Super Bowl odds as they did before the embarrassing loss.

The Los Angeles Rams are now the third-most favored team to win it all this season after they dominated the Chicago Bears 34-14 on Sunday night. The Bills fell to tied for fourth-best after their loss to the Steelers.

The NFC North had a bad weekend. Every team loss — and if not for furious fourth quarter comebacks by the Minnesota Vikings and Detroit Lions — each of them would’ve been a blowout.

The Bears’ odds dropped from +6600 to +8000 while the Vikings are now +5000, down from +4000.

Sept. 8 Super Bowl Odds Update

The two teams that competed in last season’s Super Bowl are still the biggest favorites to rematch.

The Kansas City Chiefs opened in February as +600 favorites to make their third straight Super Bowl appearance, and their odds have since shortened to +450. Those +450 odds have held firm since July.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers opened tied as third-best favorites at +1200. Their odds then shortened all the way to +650 in July before settling at its current mark at +700.

The Bucs are BetMGM’s largest liability in both money (19.4%) and tickets (13.3%) as of this month. The Chiefs had 10% of the total tickets and 11.1% of the total money.

The New Orleans Saints have regressed the most out of any team in the NFL. Their odds opened at +1800 before dropping to +4000 amid quarterback Drew Brees’ retirement announcement.

Those odds have held firm since then.

Head coach Sean Payton said on Tuesday that the team expects to play away from New Orleans for at least the first quarter of the season due to the effects from Hurricane Ida.

Star wide receiver Michael Thomas is also due to miss at least the first five games of the season after offseason foot surgery.

The Pittsburgh Steelers have also substantially regressed from their opening odds. Their odds were at +3000 in February before moving to +4000 in July and further lengthening to +5000 in August.

The Miami Dolphins, too, have seen their odds drop precipitously. Their odds opened at +2500 and lengthened to +3000 in July, then to +4000 in August.

When is Super Bowl LVI?

Date: February 13, 2022

The NFL’s new 17-game schedule pushed the game back by one week.

Where is Super Bowl LVI?

Stadium: SoFi Stadium

Location: Los Angeles, Calif.

The 2022 Super Bowl will be played in SoFi Stadium, the Los Angeles Rams and Chargers’ new home as of September 2020 located near Los Angeles in Inglewood.

How to Watch Super Bowl LVI?

TV channel: NBC

Livestream: You can watch online or with the NBC Sports App

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