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Super Bowl odds: Every team’s championship futures for 2022-23 NFL season

Andrew Buller-Russ
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A new season means new contenders for the league championship. Down below you’ll find the Super Bowl odds for the 2022-23 NFL season. If you’re looking to get an idea of every NFL team’s Super Bowl odds as you prepare to make some sports bets, you’ve come to the right place.

Coming off the Los Angeles Rams’ Super Bowl victory, now another team will hope to embark on a season-ending with the same glorious result.

While picking the Lombardi Trophy out of the 32 NFL teams can be a difficult task, depending on your loyalties, some teams can likely be ruled out from the start.

Following the longest season in NFL history, franchises can now start over with a clean slate, as each team has the same 0-0 record, but as you can see below, they don’t all offer the same betting odds.

For example, a $100 bet on the team with the best Super Bowl odds, the Buffalo Bills at +650 odds would pay a $650 profit if they manage to win Super Bowl LVII

Let’s take a look at the latest Super Bowl odds from DraftKings. With those lines in mind, we’ll also break down the teams whose odds present the best value.

TeamSuper Bowl odds
Buffalo Bills+650
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+700
Kansas City Chiefs+1000
Green Bay Packers+1000
Los Angeles Rams+1000
San Francisco 49ers+1500
Los Angeles Chargers+1500
Denver Broncos+1600
Dallas Cowboys+1700
Cleveland Browns+1700
Cincinnati Bengals+1800
Baltimore Ravens+2200
Indianapolis Colts+2200
Arizona Cardinals+2500
Tennessee Titans+3000
Miami Dolphins+3500
Las Vegas Raiders+3500
Philadelphia Eagles+3500
New England Patriots+4000
Minnesota Vikings+4500
New Orleans Saints+5000
Pittsburgh Steelers+6500
Washington Commanders+6500
New York Jets+10000
Seattle Seahawks+10000
Chicago Bears+10000
New York Giants+10000
Carolina Panthers+10000
Jacksonville Jaguars+13000
Detroit Lions+15000
Atlanta Falcons+15000
Houston Texans+20000

Best value bets for 2022-23 Super Bowl odds

Playing a favorite: Buffalo Bills (+650)

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Is anyone surprised to see the Buffalo Bills with the best Super Bowl odds? You shouldn’t be. Josh Allen is here to stay and Von Miller gives Bills Mafia the elite pass-rusher they’ve coveted for so long. But it’s not like they just bought their team via free agency, this core has been built up for years, thanks to trading for Stefon Diggs and having strong leadership from their coaching staff. After locking in a strong draft class, the Bills should be seen as a top threat.

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Betting on a deep sleeper: Las Vegas Raiders (+3500)

NFL: AFC Wild Card-Las Vegas Raiders at Cincinnati Bengals
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Navigating an excruciatingly tough season, the Las Vegas Raiders managed to go 10-7, clinching a playoff berth behind Derek Carr and a young nucleus on the rise. With Carr returning and Josh McDaniels taking over where Jon Gruden and Rich Bisaccia left off, the Raiders are in a position to do some damage relatively quickly. Of course, getting past the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC West will always be a fight to the finish, but this roster has a shot at making a serious push.

Davante Adams and Chandler Jones are two big-time players who can help ensure the Raiders make it further than being a one-and-done team in the playoffs.

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Placing your wager on an ascending contender: Pittsburgh Steelers (+6500)

NFL: Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens
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Defense wins championships? Well, Mike Tomlin and the Pittsburgh Steelers have arguably the best defensive player in the league with T.J. Watt. They’re bringing the power running game back to the ‘Burgh, with Najee Harris likely to become the focal point in an offense led by either Mitch Trubisky or Kenny Pickett. If it’s Pickett, they don’t stand a chance in the Super Bowl as a rookie, but maybe Trubisky is ready to prove the haters wrong.

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Super Bowl odds – Picks to avoid: Houston Texans (+20000)

There’s no way the Houston Texans have gotten their act together in one offseason. With one of the worst rosters in the NFL, Lovie Smith stands little chance of looking successful in 2022. It’s a shame, but this franchise is a complete wreck, and it’s not because of the players or the coaching staff. On the bright side, they had a great draft and appear to finally be heading down the right path, but Davis Mills won’t be starting in Super Bowl LVII, he just won’t be.

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