2022 Super Bowl Odds: Chiefs Still Favored Despite Loss To Buccaneers
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2022 Super Bowl Odds
All odds are as of Sunday at 10 p.m. ET and via DraftKings.
When Super Bowl odds opened for the 2020-21 season, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were listed at 50-1.
A Tom Brady signing and championship run later, and the Bucs open the 2022 NFL season tied for the second-best championship odds at +900.
Brady is signed with Tampa Bay through the upcoming 2021 season, although the Bucs have a long list of free agents, starting with star wide receiver Chris Godwin as well as stud linebackers Shaquil Barrett and Lavonte David. The list also includes three playmakers they signed to one-year deals to complete this offense: tight end Rob Gronkowski, wide receiver Antonio Brown and running back Leonard Fournette.
The Bucs are tied with the Packers at +900, behind only the Chiefs, who sit at the top of the board with +550 odds.
After that top trio are two AFC squads — the Bills and Ravens — as well as the Rams, all three of which are tied at +1200.
The Bills made a run all the way to the AFC Championship while the Ravens saw their postseason bid end at the hands of the Bills in the Divisional Round. As for the Rams, they recently upgraded at quarterback, trading Jared Goff (and a couple of future first-round draft picks) to the Lions in exchange for Matthew Stafford. Their odds improved from as low as +2000 to the +1200 range as a result.