With only three games left, the end of the NFL season is just around the corner. And, while we are still a few weeks away from crowing a champion, the SuperBook in Las Vegas dropped their 2022 Super Bowl odds.
The biggest takeaway heading into next season: The New England Patriots have longer odds to win the Super Bowl than the 2-14 Jacksonville Jaguars.
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Below you’ll find updated Super Bowl odds for all 32 teams:
The Kansas City Chiefs remain the favorites at +600, followed by the Green Bay Packers at +1000. Both of these teams at the top are no-brainers, as they each currently have a shot to win it all this season. As long as Patrick Mahomes and Aaron Rodgers remain healthy, the Chiefs and Packers will be at the top of the oddsboard going into next season.
The Buffalo Bills, also in the midst of their own Super Bowl run, have the same odds as Green Bay, +1000. They are a rising, young team and should be bringing back all their key pieces for next season.
As mentioned above, two teams that really jump out on this list are the Jaguars and Patriots. Just one full season after Tom Brady left New England, the Pats went from perennial Super Bowl favorites to championship long shot.
With a new quarterback (it’s all but given) in Trevor Lawrence and a big name coach in Urban Meyer, the Jaguars will be a trendy Super Bowl pick at +5000. Jacksonville is probably overvalued, but the love for Lawrence and Meyer will likely draw some people into betting the Jaguars at this number.
Seeing the Patriots as title longshots is something that hasn't happened in two decades. Bill Belichick’s team comes in behind the Jaguars to win Super Bowl LVI at +6000. Yes, you read that correctly. Life comes at you fast in sports, especially without Tom Brady.
In less than two years, the Pats went from NFL champions to longer odds than the 2-win Jags to win another Super Bowl. A lot of that has to do with their quarterback situation, but it is still crazy to see a franchise that has been such a winner for 20 years be behind the Jaguars in anything.
However, don't expect Belichick to enter another season with no answer at the quarterback position. While we don't know who will be under center for the Patriots next year, it won't be a declining Cam Newton. When you factor in an upgrade at quarterback and eight key players returning after opting out before the start of the season, there is some early value on the Patriots at 60-1.
Lastly, the two-win New York Jets come in at +10000 to win it all. They have a long way to go before being real contenders, but the Deshaun Watson to the Jets rumor mill is heating up. If New York swings the deal, look for these odds to shorten considerably before the new season begins.