2022 Super Bowl Odds: Latest Odds To Win Super Bowl 56

There is nothing like betting on the Super Bowl. In sports betting, there is quite literally no other market that draws as much attention, betting handle, and total number of tickets like the Super Bowl. It is the pinnacle of sports betting in the US, and is the most popular market for NFL bettors. This means the most focus is put on Super Bowl odds, props, and more.

The days of relying solely on Las Vegas for Super Bowl Odds is officially over with the launch of legal sports betting in the United States. Online sportsbooks and mobile betting apps are growing at a rapid base lead by DraftKings Sportsbook, FanDuel and other legal platforms. Legally betting on the Super Bowl online can now happen in Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Colorado, Ilinois, Indiana, Michigan, Virginia, West Virginia, Tennessee and many other states, with more added all the time.

Let’s take a look at the latest odds for Super Bowl 56.


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Current Favorites To Win Super Bowl 56

Below is a look at the current Super Bowl 56 odds, with the best prices from various legal sportsbooks.


Super Bowl Odds Movement Timeline

Here is how the Super Bowl odds have changed throughout the 2021-2021 NFL season.

  • After Wild Card Round – Packers at +350, Chiefs at +380.
  • Entering Playoffs – Packers at +380, Chiefs at +450.
  • January 4, 2021 – Packers are favorited at +375.
  • Week 17 – Chiefs are now favored at +450.
  • Pre Week 16 – Packers are now co-favorites to win the Super Bowl at +450.
  • Week 15 – The Bucs and Chiefs are +500 to win the Super Bowl.
  • December 7th, 2021 – New England Patriots odds rise to +700 after win over Buffalo.
  • November 30th, 2021 – Tampa Bay Super Bowl odds rise to +500. Packers rise to +750.
  • Week 12 – Bucs are favorites at +600, and the Chiefs’ odds have climbed to +750 ahead of the Bills at +800.
  • Week 11 – The Rams lost again, and the SB odds have fallen as far as 9/1. Bills are SB favorites at +600.
  • November 9th, 2021 – After a Week 10 loss, the Rams’ odds fell to +800.
  • November 2nd, 2021 – The Rams rose to +650 after trading for Von Miller.
  • October 26th, 2021 – Both the Bucs and Bills are tied at +550 on DraftKings.
  • Week 7 – The Bills are +550 to win Super Bowl 56.
  • Week 6 – Bills upset the Chiefs in Week 5, and they are now +550 to win the Super Bowl.
  • October 5th, 2021 – After the Bucs’ win over the Patriots, they remained as the favorite at +500.
  • Week 4 – The Bucs are still the favorites at +550 but the Chiefs fell to +650 after a poor start.
  • Entering Week 3 – Ravens Super Bowl odds increase after win over Chiefs. 
  • September 14th, 2021 – After Week1, KC still leads.

Odds Movement – Preseason

  • NFL Cut Day – August 31, 2021 – The New England Patriots cut quarterback Cam Newton, and their Super Bowl odds adjusted to +3500.
  • August 22nd, 2021 – With the second week of the preseason in the books, the top remains unchanged. The Saints are +3000, as the QB decision looms.
  • August 15th, 2021 – After first week of the preseason, Chiefs and Bucs lead, Bills to +1000.
  • Aug. 7th, 2021 – Packers odds increase again after initial betting to +1300.
  • July 28th, 2021 – Packers and Rodgers agree to deal, Green Bay Super Bowl odds rise as high as +1400.
  • July 20th, 2021 – Rams Super Bowl odds take a brief hit after Cam Akers injury.
  • June 7th, 2021 – Titans Super Bowl odds rise after acquisition of Julio Jones.
  • Early May, 2021 – After NFL Draft, Patriots Super Bowl odds rise.
  • May 1, 2021 – Packers Super Bowl odds fall amidst Rodgers rumors.
  • April 28th, 2021 – Aaron Rodgers to Denver rumors circulate, Broncos odds increase from +6000 to +2000.
  • March, 2021 – Initial betting moves Super Bowl odds slightly, Chiefs and Ravens still atop the charts.
  • February 19th, 2021 – Carson Wentz is traded to the Colts, Indianapolis Super Bowl odds increases to +2000
  • Early February 2021 – After Matt Stafford to Rams trade news, Los Angeles odds rise to +1100
  • Late January 2021 – Chiefs open as Super Bowl 56 favorites.


Opening Super Bowl Odds 2022

Here is a look at the opening odds for the 2022 Super Bowl, with odds courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook.

Team Odds to Win Super Bowl 56
KC Chiefs +525
TB Buccaneers +900
GB Packers +1000
BUF Bills +1200
BAL Ravens +1300
LA Rams +1300
SF 49ers +1400
CLE Browns +2000
NO Saints +2000
SEA Seahawks +2200
IND Colts +2500
MIA Dolphins +2500
TEN Titans +2800
DAL Cowboys +3000
LA Chargers +3000
PIT Steelers +3000
ARI Cardinals +4000
MIN Vikings +4000
NE Patriots +4000
CAR Panthers +5000
LV Raiders +5000
ATL Falcons +6000
CHI Bears +6000
WAS Football Team +6000
DEN Broncos +6600
NY Giants +6600
PHI Eagles +6600
JAX Jaguars +7500
CIN Bengals +8000
NY Jets +8000
DET Lions +12500
HOU Texans +12500



Super Bowl News – Odds Movement, Trends and Reactions

Below is a look at the Super Bowl odds movement, trends, and reactions based on how specific NFL news impacted Super Bowl odds throughout the 2021-2022 season. This timeline is in chronological order.


Divisional Round Super Bowl Odds Update

After the first round of the playoffs, the odds shifted a bit. Here’s a look at the odds entering the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs.

  • Packers +350
  • Chiefs +380
  • Bills +500
  • Buccaneers +550
  • Rams +750
  • Titans +850
  • 49ers +1000
  • Bengals +1500

Here’s a look at the Divisional Round schedule, odds, and more.


As playoffs begin, Packers are favored

To no one’s surprise after Week 18, the Packers are favored to win the Super Bowl. Here are the odds after Week 18.

  • Packers +380
  • Chiefs +450
  • Bills +750
  • Bucs +800
  • Titans +850
  • Rams +1000
  • Cowboys +1200
  • Bengals +1600
  • 49ers +2000
  • Patriots +2200
  • Cardinals +2500
  • Raiders +6000
  • Eagles +6000
  • Steelers +9000

For the wild card schedule and seedings, check the latest out here.


Entering Week 18, Packers are Super Bowl Favorites

As the first 18-week season comes to a close, the Super Bowl favorite was the Green Bay Packers. They were as high as +375 at PointsBet after Week 17, but were +400 at most legal sportsbooks. With Green Bay getting healthier, their competition in the NFC (Bucs) struggling with on and off-field issues, and another MVP-caliber season from Aaron Rodgers – it makes sense for the Packers to be favored. With a win in Week 18 over the Vikings, the Packers will clinch home-field throughout the NFC playoffs and get a much needed bye week. Entering Week 18, here were the Super Bowl odds.

  • Packers (+400)
  • Chiefs (+500)
  • Bills (+750)
  • Rams (+850)
  • Buccaneers (+900)


Chiefs are Super Bowl Favorites entering 2022

At the turn of the new year, there was a new favorite to win the Super Bowl with the Green Bay Packers rising. The Packers and Chiefs were tied at +450 making for a solid climb for Aaron Rodgers and the Packers from 10/1 in the preseason to favorites by Week 16. Just as the holidays hit in 2021, here were the Super Bowl odds.

  • Packers (+450)
  • Chiefs (+450)
  • Buccaneers (+650)
  • Patriots (+900)
  • Rams (+1000)
  • Bills (+1000)

After Christmas just before New Year’s Eve, the Chiefs’ odds rose to +400 as the current Super Bowl favorites.


Patriots Super Bowl Odds rise after win over Buffalo

In what was one of the craziest games of the year due to weather, the New England Patriots defeated the Buffalo Bills while completing just two passes. Patriots’ QB Mac Jones attempted just three passes, while the Pats ran all over the Bills in a weather-affected game on Monday Night Football. After the win, the Patriots officially became the top seed in the AFC entering Week 14. Their Super Bowl odds rose to +700, after opening at 40/1.


Stock Up or Down? Super Bowl Odds Movement from Caesars Sportsbook

In the month of November in 2021, the Super Bowl odds movement in the NFL was incredibly evident at Caesars Sportsbook. Here is a look at some of the largest moves, up and down, in the Super Bowl futures market.

Stock Up

  • Patriots (+6000 to +1100)
  • Colts (+8000 to +4000)
  • Chiefs (+1400 to +700)

Stock Down

  • Rams (+700 to +1200)
  • Saints (+3000 to +15000)
  • Bills (+550 to +800)

Of course, the most impressive move has been the Patriots from 60:1 to 11:1. They are one of the premier teams in the AFC after a great November, and the odds show for it as just five teams rank ahead of them. The Pats opened at 40/1 in most places, but then dropped to 60/1 as you can see. For those holding a ticket at 60/1, the value is clear.


Rams and Bucs Lose in Week 10, Super Bowl Odds Fall

After two big upsets in Week 10, the Rams and Bucs’ Super Bowl odds have fallen at various legal sportsbooks. The Rams lost on Monday Night Football to the San Francisco 49ers, which put LA on a two-game skid. Matthew Stafford struggled a bit, which has put the futures markets on notice as their odds have fallen to 9/1 in some places. As for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, after a poor showing by the Bucs against the Football Team, the entire NFC is wide open.

The leaders in record in the NFC as of Week 11 are the the Packers, Cardinals, and Cowboys all with just two losses. The second half of the NFL season is set to bring a large amount of odds movement.


Von Miller Traded to Rams, Super Bowl Odds Increase

The Los Angeles Rams are clearly going for it this year, trading yet another slew of picks for a Pro Bowl player. This time, Los Angeles added edge rusher Von Miller from the Denver Broncos to bolster their pass rush. Now on the roster for the Rams are Aaron Donald, Leonard Floyd, and Miller which creates an incredible trio of pass-rushers. The Rams’ odds were +750 before the trade, and they’ve risen to +650 since the deal.


Entering Week 8, the Bucs and Bills are co-favorites to win the Super Bowl

When looking at the Super Bowl favorites after Week 7, the Bills and Bucs at +550 sit atop the leaderboard at DraftKings Sportsbook. This is the first time all season where both teams are tied in terms of odds, but the top four teams are all close. Here is a look at the leaders in terms of Super Bowl odds after Week 7.

  • Buffalo Bills +550
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +550
  • Los Angeles Rams +800
  • Arizona Cardinals +900

One team to note is the Chiefs, who continue to fall. They are +1400 to win the Super Bowl, tied with the Cowboys.


Buffalo Bills are Super Bowl favorites after Week 6

After the Bills lost to the Titans on Monday Night Football, they…became Super Bowl favorites? A lot goes into the odds, but on DraftKings Sportsbook as of Tuesday, October 19th the Bills were favored to win the Super Bowl at +550. Here were the odds after Week 6.

  • Bills +550
  • Bucs +600
  • Chiefs +700
  • Rams +850
  • Ravens +1000
  • Cardinals +1100


Bills Super Bowl odds rise after upset win

In Week 5, the Buffalo Bills destroyed the Kansas City Chiefs in a battle that many believe will be the AFC Championship preview. Josh Allen and the Bills offense was super-efficient while the Chiefs struggled on both sides of the football. After the upset, the Chiefs’ odds dropped to +750 to win Super Bowl 56 while the Bills surpassed them and rose to +550. Here were the odds entering Week 6 after this move:

  • Tampa Bay Bucs +500
  • Buffalo Bills +550
  • Kansas City Chiefs +750
  • Los Angeles Rams +800
  • Green Bay Packers +1200
  • Baltimore Ravens +1200


Arizona Cardinals Super Bowl odds

Entering Week 5 of the 2021-2022 season, the Cardinals were the only team that was without a loss. Their Super Bowl odds rose all the way to +1600, after opening at +4000. Here is a look at their odds movement through the season.

  • Opened at +4000.
  • After hot start, rose to +3300.
  • Rose to +2000 after winning streak continued.
  • Entering Week 5, rose to +1600.


Patriots cut Cam Newton, Super Bowl odds rise to +3500

On NFL cut day, the New England Patriots released presumed starting quarterback Cam Newton. Of course with Mac Jones being drafted, Newton’s days were numbered with the Patriots but this move is a bit unexpected. There is no doubt who the starter is for Week 1 though, as Jones is now QB1. The oddsmakers seem to have reacted to the news as well, as the Patriots’ Super Bowl odds are now +3500, up from +4000.


As NFL preseason begins, Super Bowl odds settle

With the NFL preseason underway, the Super Bowl odds are settling and waiting for any news that may shift the odds in one way or another. Whether it be from trade, injury, or unexpected play these odds will shift. But until that happens, the odds seem to be settled as of mid-August. Here are the top 5 in terms of Super Bowl odds from DraftKings, after Week 1 and 2 of the preseason, as the odds for the top did not shift.

  • Chiefs +500
  • Bucs +600
  • Bills +1000
  • Packers +1300
  • Ravens, 49ers, and Rams +1400


Rodgers and Packers come to agreement, Super Bowl odds rise

This was inevitable, well…kind of. At some point, Rodgers news was going to become more clear and the Super Bowl odds would adjust. The two parties came to an agreement, and the Packers odds rose to +1200, behind on the Chiefs, Bucs, and Bills and sliding ahead of the Ravens, 49ers, and Rams.


Rams Super Bowl Odds fall after Cam Akers injury

While running backs do not necessarily have a huge impact on futures, the Rams lost one of their better players to a season-ending achilles injury that certainly shakes up their offense. Cam Akers is set to miss the rest of the NFL season after a torn achilles, per Tom Pelissero.

In some places, the Rams were +1200 to win the Super Bowl, and now are +1400 to win. While that is directly due to Akers’ injury or not remains to be seen, but it is a big blow to the Rams’ offense.


Browns Super Bowl odds prove they are a contender

One of the most talented rosters in the NFL in the Cleveland Browns have become a popular Super Bowl futures bet for many bettors, and their odds show that at +1600 to win. Only the Ravens, 49ers, Rams, Bills, Bucs, and Chiefs have better odds. With Baker Mayfield at the helm and a plethora of offensive weapons, one of the best offensive lines in the NFL and a terrific defense, the Browns are set to make a run in 2021-2022.

The Browns’ NFL win total is set at 10.5, which gives an implied record of 10-7 or 11-6 with the new 17-game format. At 11-6, they will surely make the playoffs.


Titans Super Bowl odds rise after Julio Jones acquisition

After the Tennessee Titans lost Jonnu Smith and Corey Davis to free agency, many bettors were not bullish on the Titans offense besides A.J. Brown and Derrick Henry which had their Super Bowl odds falling. That has changed though, as the Titans have added one of the better receivers in the NFL and caused their Super Bowl odds to rise.

Before the Julio Jones trade, the Titans were +2800 or worse depending on the legal sportsbook. After the Julio trade, Tennessee is as low as +2500 to win the Super Bowl. With Jones on the Titans, their offense has a new dynamic and could be unstoppable at times with two elite wide receivers, an elite offensive line, and one of the best running backs in football.


Denver Broncos Super Bowl odds shift amidst Rodgers rumors

The story of the NFL offseason will be focused around Aaron Rodgers. But the Super Bowl odds of whatever team he ends up with will be the story of the betting world. The Broncos futures markets have been moving all over the place, all due to Rodgers speculation.

The Broncos have risen all the way up to +2200 to win the Super Bowl, which indicates that some heavy money thinks that the Broncos end up with the NFL MVP.


2022 Super Bowl Odds Movement after the NFL Draft

One of the biggest events of the NFL league year is the NFL Draft, which brings a ton of Super Bowl odds movement as franchises change direction in the three-day period. Some teams add quarterbacks, some trade up or down unexpectedly, and some teams move players during the draft.

Here is a quick look at the eight teams that have the biggest Super Bowl odds movement after the NFL Draft:

  • Broncos +6600 to +2500
  • Patriots +4000 to +2800
  • Falcons +5000 to +6000
  • Bears +5000 to +6000
  • Football Team +5000 to +6000
  • Texans +12500 to +17500
  • Lions +12500 to +15000
  • Raiders +5000 to +7500

For a full look at the odds movement after the NFL Draft, check our breakdown here.


Chiefs and Bucs Favorites Entering NFL Draft

One of the key events in the NFL offseason that could cause Super Bowl odds to move is the NFL Draft. The week of the draft, the Chiefs were +500 to win and the Bucs were +750 to repeat as champions. While the Chiefs will not make many picks in the draft, their odds have already climbed due to trading draft picks for Orlando Brown.

The Chiefs desperately needed help on the offensive line, and Orlando Brown is certainly that.


Patriots and Washington Football Team Super Bowl Odds Rise

NFL free agency certainly will boost teams’ Super Bowl odds if the right player is signed. With New England adding a plethora of talent and re-signing Cam Newton, their odds rose from +4000 to +3300. As for the Washington Football Team, their odds went from +6000 to +5000 after signing quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick.

The odds will continue to move during the NFL offseason, especially after the NFL Draft, so be sure to keep tabs on the latest prices.


Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl Odds Rise after Prescott Deal

After signing Dak Prescott to a monster deal, the Dallas Cowboys’ Super Bowl odds rose.

The Cowboys’ Super Bowl odds were up over 30:1, but rose to +2800 with news of Prescott signing right away. But, odds have moved already as the Cowboys’ Super Bowl odds are +2500 at BetMGM and expected to drop once more money comes in.


Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl Odds

After the final tick in Super Bowl 55, the Chiefs’ plans focused towards Super Bowl 56 where they are (again) the betting favorites. They will still have Patrick Mahomes, Tyreek Hill, and a plethora of offensive talent. The issue with the Super Bowl team was the lack of offensive line play, which they will return three or four starters to injury. The Chiefs are not going anywhere, and they are +500 favorites to win Super Bowl 56.


Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl Odds

As long as Tom Brady is in the National Football League, his team has a chance to win the Super Bowl. Brady leaves nothing to be desired about next year, and he already plans to come back based on this interview and others. There is no speculation about retirement, as Brady looks to win his eighth ring next year. The Bucs are +900 to win Super Bowl 56, and will have some decisions to make regarding some key offseason moves such as Leonard Fournette, Chris Godwin, and more.


Green Bay Packers Super Bowl Odds

Some believed the Packers were the best team in football from top to bottom as far as roster construction is concerned, and that is not going away anytime soon. A three-time MVP in Aaron Rodgers may not return to Green Bay after a successful 2020-2021 season cut shy against the Buccaneers. The Packers were second behind the Chiefs on the Super Bowl futures market, tied with the Bucs at +900…but fell amidst Rodgers to Denver rumors.


Super Bowl Betting History

A look at the betting history from the most popular event in sports betting, the Super Bowl.

Super BowlYearLocationMatchupLine (Total)ScoreATS Result
LV2021Tampa Bay, FLKC Chiefs vs. TB BucsKansas City (-3)TB Bucs 31, KC Chiefs 9Underdog-Under
LIV2020Miami, FLKC Chiefs vs. SF 49ersKansas City -1.5KC Chiefs 31, SF 49ers 20Favorite-Under
LIIl2019Atlanta, GALA Rams vs. New EnglandNew England -2.5 (55.5)New England 13, LA Rams 3Favorite-Under
LII2018Minneapolis, MNPhiladelphia vs. New EnglandNew England -4 (49)Philadelphia 41 New England 33Underdog-Over
LI2017Houston, TXAtlanta vs. New EnlandNew England -3 (57)New England 34 Atlanta 28 (OT)Favorite-Over
L2016Santa Clara, CACarolina vs. DenverCarolina -5 (43.5)Denver 24 Carolina 10Underdog-Under
XLIX2015Glendale, AZSeattle vs. New EnglandPick 'em (47.5)New England 28 Seattle 24Patriots - Over
XLVIIl2014East Rutherford,New JerseySeattle vs DenverDenver -2 (47)Seattle 43 Denver 8Underdog-Over
XLVII2013New Orleans, LASF vs. BaltimoreSan Francisco -4.5 (48)Baltimore 34 San Francisco 31Underdog-Over
XLVI2012Indianapolis, INNY Giants vs. New EnglandNew England -2.5 (53)N.Y. Giants 21 New England 17Underdog-Under
XLV2011Arlington, TXGreen Bay vs. PittsburghGreen Bay -3 (45)Green Bay 31 Pittsburgh 25Favorite-Over
XLIV2010Miami, FLNew Orleans vs. IndianapolisIndianapolis -5 (57)New Orleans 31 Indianapolis 17Underdog-Under
XLIII2009Tampa, FLPittsburgh vs. ArizonaPittsburgh -7 (46)Pittsburgh 27 Arizona 23Underdog-Over
XLII2008Glendale, AZNY Giants vs. New EnglandNew England -12 (55)N.Y. Giants 17 New England 14Underdog-Under
XLI2007Miami, FLIndianapolis vs. ChicagoIndianapolis -7 (47)Indianapolis 29 Chicago 17Favorite-Under
XL2006Detroit, MIPittsburgh vs. SeattlePittsburgh -4 (47)Pittsburgh 21 Seattle 10Favorite-Under
XXIX2005Jacksonville, FLNew England vs. PhiladelphiaNew England -7 (46.5)New England 24 Philadelphia 21Underdog-Under
XXXVIII2004Houston, TXNew England vs. CarolinaNew England -7 (37.5)New England 32 Carolina 29Underdog-Over
XXXVII2003San Diego, CATampa Bay vs. OaklandOakland -4 (44)Tampa Bay 48 Oakland 21Underdog-Over
XXXVI2002New Orleans, LANew England vs. St. LouisSt. Louis -14 (53)New England 20 St. Louis 17Underdog-Under
XXXV2001Tampa, FLBaltimore vs. NY GiantsBaltimore -3 (33)Baltimore 34 N.Y. Giants 7Favorite-Over
XXXIV2000Atlanta, GASt. Louis vs. TennesseeSt. Louis -7 (45)St. Louis 23 Tennessee 16Push-Under
XXXIII1999Miami, FLDenver vs. AtlantaDenver -7.5 (52.5)Denver 34 Atlanta 19Favorite-Over
XXXII1998San Diego, CADenve vs. Green BayGreen Bay -11 (49)Denver 31 Green Bay 24Underdog-Over
XXXI1997New Orleans, LAGreen Bay vs. New EnglandGreen Bay -14 (49)Green Bay 35 New England 21Push-Over
XXX1996Tempe, AZDallas vs. PittsburghDallas -13.5 (51)Dallas 27 Pittsburgh 17Underdog-Under
XXIX1995Miami, FLSF vs. San DiegoSan Francisco -18.5San Francisco 49 San Diego 26Favorite-Over
XXVIII1994Atlanta, GADallas vs. BuffaloDallas -10.5 (50.5)Dallas 30 Buffalo 13Favorite-Under
XXVII1993Pasadena, CADallas vs. BuffaloDallas -6.5 (44.5)Dallas 52 Buffalo 17Favorite-Over
XXVI1992Minneapolis, MNWashington vs. BuffaloWashington -7 (49)Washington 37 Buffalo 24Favorite-Over
XXV1991Tampa, FLNY Giants vs. BuffaloBuffalo -7 (40.5)N.Y. Giants 20 Buffalo 19Underdog-Under
XXIV1990New Orleans, LASF vs. DenverSan Francisco -12 (48)San Francisco 55 Denver 10Favorite-Over
XXIII1989Miami, FLSF vs. CincinnatiSan Francisco -7 (48)San Francisco 20 Cincinnati 16Underdog-Under
XXII1988San Diego, CAWashington vs. DenverDenver -3 (47)Washington 42 Denver 10Underdog-Over
XXI1987Pasadena, CANY Giants vs. DenverN.Y. Giants -9.5 (40)N.Y. Giants 39 Denver 20Favorite-Over
XX1986New Orleans, LAChicago vs. New EnglandChicago -10 (37.5)Chicago 46 New England 10Favorite-Over
XIX1985Stanford, CASF vs. MiamiSan Francisco -3.5San Francisco 38 Miami 16Favortie-Over
XVIII1984Tampa, FLLA Raiders vs. WashingtonWashington -3 (48)L.A. 38 Washington 9Favorite-Under
XVII1983Pasadena, CAWashington vs. MiamiMiami -3 (36.5)Washington 27 Miami 17Underdog-Over
XVI1982Pontiac, MISF vs. CincinnatiSan Francisco -1 (48)San Francisco 26 Cincinnati 21Favorite-Under
XV1981New Orleans, LAOakland vs. PhiladelpiaPhiladelphia -3 (37.5)Oakland 27 Philadelphia 10Underdog-Under
XIV1980Pasadena, CAPittsburgh vs. LA RamsPittsburgh -10.5 (36)Pittsburgh 31 L.A. Rams 19Favorite-Over
XIII1979Miami, FLPittsburgh vs. DallasPittsburgh -3.5 (37)Pittsburgh 35 Dallas 31Favortie-Over
XII1978New Orleans, LADallas vs. DenverDallas -6 (39)Dallas 27 Denver 10Favorite-Under
XI1977Pasadena, CAOakland vs. MinnesotaOakland -4 (38)Oakland 34 Minnesota 14Favorite-Over
X1976Miami, FLPittsburgh vs. DallasPittsburgh -7 (36)Pittsburgh 21 Dallas 17Underdog-Over
IX1975New Orleans, LAPittsburgh vs. MinnesotaPittsburgh -3 (33)Pittsburgh 16 Minnesota 6Favorite-Under
VIII1974Houston, TXMiami vs. MinnesotaMiami -6.5 (33)Miami 24 Minnesota 7Favorite-Under
VII1973Los Angeles, CAMiami vs. WashingtonMiami -1 (33)Miami 14 Washington 7Favorite-Under
VI1972New Orleans, LADallas vs. MiamiDallas -6 (34)Dallas 24 Miami 3Favorite-Under
V1971Miami, FLBaltimore vs. DallasBaltimore -2.5 (36)Baltimore 16 Dallas 13Favorite-Under
IV1970New Orleans, LAKC vs. MinnesotaMinnesota -12 (39)Kansas City 23 Minnesota 7Underdog-Under
III1969Miami, FLNY Jets vs. BaltimoreBaltimore -18 (40)N.Y. Jets 16 Baltimore 7Underdog-Under
II1968Miami, FLGreen Bay vs. OaklandGreen Bay -13.5 (43)Green Bay 33 Oakland 14Favorite-Over
I1967Los Angeles, CAGreen Bay vs. KCGreen Bay -14 (N/A)Green Bay 35 Kansas City 10Favorite

Super Bowl Coin Toss History

Many bettors wager on the coin toss, let’s take a look at the coin toss betting history from the Super Bowl.

Super BowlDateHeads/TailsToss WinnerToss Loser
LV02/07/2021HeadsKC ChiefsTB Bucs
LIV02/02/2020TailsSan FranciscoKC Chiefs
LIll03/02/2019TailsLA RamsNew England
LIl04/02/2018HeadsNew EnglandPhiladelphia
LI05/02/2017TailsAtlantaNew England
XLIX01/02/2015TailsSeattleNew England
XLVII03/02/2013HeadsBaltimoreSan Francisco
XLVI05/02/2012HeadsNew EnglandN.Y. Giants
XLV06/02/2011HeadsGreen BayPittsburgh
XLIV07/02/2010HeadsNew OrleansIndianapolis
XLII03/02/2008TailsN.Y. GiantsNew England
XXXIX06/02/2005TailsPhiladelphiaNew England
XXXVIII01/02/2004TailsCarolinaNew England
XXXVII26/01/2003TailsTampa BayOakland
XXXVI03/02/2002HeadsSt. LouisNew England
XXXV28/01/2001TailsN.Y. GiantsBaltimore
XXXIV30/01/2000TailsSt. LouisTennessee
XXXII25/01/1998TailsGreen BayDenver
XXXI26/01/1997HeadsNew EnglandGreen Bay
XXIX29/01/1995HeadsSan FranciscoSan Diego
XXVII31/01/1993HeadsBuffaloN.Y. Giants
XXV27/01/1991HeadsBuffaloN.Y. Giants
XXIV28/01/1990HeadsDenverSan Francisco
XXIII22/01/1989TailsSan FranciscoCincinnati
XXI25/01/1987TailsDenverN.Y. Giants
XX26/01/1986TailsChicagoNew England
XIX20/01/1985TailsSan FranciscoMiami
XVIII22/01/1984HeadsL.A. RaidersWashington
XVI24/01/1982TailsSan FranciscoCincinnati
XIV20/01/1980HeadsL.A. RamsPittsburgh
IV11/01/1970TailsMinnesotaKansas City
III12/01/1969HeadsN.Y. JetsBaltimore
II14/01/1968TailsOaklandGreen Bay
I15/01/1967HeadsGreen BayKansas City

Top 10 Upsets in Super Bowl History

A brief look at the top 10 upsets in the history of the Super Bowl.

Super BowlSpreadFinal
XXXVI (Feb 3, 2002)STL -14New England 20, St. Louis 17
XXXI (Jan 26, 1997)GB -14Green Bay 35, New England 21
XXX (Jan 28, 1996)DAL -13.5Dallas 27, Pittsburgh 17
XXIX (Jan 29, 1995)SF -18.5San Francisco 49, San Diego 26
XXIV (Jan 28, 1990)SF -12San Francisco 55, Denver Broncos 10
XLII (Feb 3, 2008)NE -12N.Y. Giants 17, New England 14
IV (Jan 11, 1970)MIN -12Kansas City 23, Minnesota 7
III (Jan 12, 1969)BAL-18N.Y. Jets 16, Baltimore 7
II (Jan 14, 1968)GB -13.5Green Bay 33, Oakland 14
I (Jan 15, 1967)GB -14Green Bay 35, Kansas City 10


Super Bowl Champions By Year

A breakdown of the Super Bowl winners, by year.

Super BowlChampions
55 (Feb 7, 2021)Tampa Bay Buccaneers
54 (Feb 2, 2020)Kansas City Chiefs
53 (Feb 3, 2019)New England Patriots
52 (Feb 4, 2018)Philadelphia Eagles
51 (Feb 5, 2017)New England Patriots
50 (Feb 7, 2016)Denver Broncos
49 (Feb 1, 2015)New England Patriots
48 (Feb 2, 2014)Seattle Seahawks
47 (Feb 3, 2013)Baltimore Ravens
46 (Feb 5, 2012)New York Giants
45 (Feb 6 2011)Green Bay Packers
44 (Feb 7, 2010)New Orleans Saints
43 (Feb 1, 2009)Pittsburgh Steelers
42 (Feb 3, 2008)New York Giants
41 (Feb 4, 2007)Indianapolis Colts
40 (Feb 5, 2006)Pittsburgh Steelers
39 (Feb 6, 2005)New England Patriots
38 (Feb 1, 2004)New England Patriots
37 (Jan 26, 2003)Tampa Bay Buccaneers
36 (Feb 3, 2002)New England Patriots
35 (Jan 28, 2001)Baltimore Ravens
34 (Jan 30, 2000)St. Louis Rams
33 (Jan 31, 1999)Denver Broncos
32 (Jan 25, 1998)Denver Broncos
31 (Jan 26, 1997)Green Bay Packers
30 (Jan 28, 1996)Dallas Cowboys
29 (Jan 29, 1995)San Francisco 49ers
28 (Jan 30, 1994)Dallas Cowboys
27 (Jan 31, 1993)Dallas Cowboys
26 (Jan 26, 1992)Washington Redskins
25 (Jan 27, 1991)New York Giants
24 (Jan 28, 1990)San Francisco 49ers
23 (Jan 22, 1989)San Francisco 49ers
22 (Jan 31, 1988)Washington Redskins
21 (Jan 25, 1987)New York Giants
20 (Jan 26, 1986)Chicago Bears
19 (Jan 20, 1985)San Francisco 49ers
18 (Jan 22, 1984)Los Angeles Raiders
17 (Jan 30, 1983)Washington Redskins
16 (Jan 24, 1982)San Francisco 49ers
15 (Jan 25, 1981)Oakland Raiders
14 (Jan 20, 1980)Pittsburgh Steelers
13 (Jan 21, 1979)Pittsburgh Steelers
12 (Jan 15, 1978)Dallas Cowboys
11 (Jan 9, 1977)Oakland Raiders
10 (Jan 18, 1976)Pittsburgh Steelers
9 (Jan 12, 1975)Pittsburgh Steelers
8 (Jan 13, 1974)Miami Dolphins
7 (Jan 14, 1973)Miami Dolphins
6 (Jan 16, 1972)Dallas Cowboys
5 (Jan 17 1971)Baltimore Colts
4 (Jan 11, 1970)Kansas City Chiefs
3 (Jan 12, 1969)New York Jets
2 (Jan 14, 1968)Green Bay Packers
1 (Jan 15, 1967)Green Bay Packers


Super Bowl MVP History By Year

Find out who won the Super Bowl MVP each year since the award began.

Super BowlMVPTeamPosition
55 (Feb 7, 2021)Tom BradyTampa Bay BuccaneersQuarterback
54 (Feb 2, 2020)Patrick Mahomes KC ChiefsQuarterback
53 (Feb 3, 2019)Julian EdelmanNew England PatriotsWide Receiver
52 (Feb 4, 2018)Nick FolesPhiladelphia EaglesQuarterback
51 (Feb 5, 2017)Tom Brady (4)New England PatriotsQuarterback
50 (Feb 7, 2016)Von MillerDenver BroncosLinebacker
49 (Feb 1, 2015)Tom Brady (3)New England PatriotsQuarterback
48 (Feb 2, 2014)Malcolm SmithSeattle SeahawksLinebacker
47 (Feb 3, 2013)Joe FlaccoBaltimore RavensQuarterback
46 (Feb 5, 2012)Eli Manning (2)New York GiantsQuarterback
45 (Feb 6 2011)Aaron RodgersGreen Bay PackersQuarterback
44 (Feb 7, 2010)Drew BreesNew Orleans SaintsQuarterback
43 (Feb 1, 2009)Santonio HolmesPittsburgh SteelersWide Receiver
42 (Feb 3, 2008)Eli ManningNew York GiantsQuarterback
41 (Feb 4, 2007)Peyton ManningIndianapolis ColtsQuarterback
40 (Feb 5, 2006)Hines WardPittsburgh SteelersWide Receiver
39 (Feb 6, 2005)Deion BranchNew England PatriotsWide Receiver
38 (Feb 1, 2004)Tom Brady (2)New England PatriotsQuarterback
37 (Jan 26, 2003)Dexter JacksonTampa Bay BuccaneersSafety
36 (Feb 3, 2002)Tom BradyNew England PatriotsQuarterback
35 (Jan 28, 2001)Ray LewisBaltimore RavensLinebacker
34 (Jan 30, 2000)Kurt WarnerSt. Louis RamsQuarterback
33 (Jan 31, 1999)John ElwayDenver BroncosQuarterback
32 (Jan 25, 1998)Terrell DavisDenver BroncosRunning Back
31 (Jan 26, 1997)Desmond HowardGreen Bay PackersKick / Punt Returner
30 (Jan 28, 1996)Larry BrownDallas CowboysCornerback
29 (Jan 29, 1995)Steve YoungSan Francisco 49ersQuarterback
28 (Jan 30, 1994)Emmitt SmithDallas CowboysRunning back
27 (Jan 31, 1993)Troy AikmanDallas CowboysQuarterback
26 (Jan 26, 1992)Mark RypienWashington RedskinsQuarterback
25 (Jan 27, 1991)Ottis AndersonNew York GiantsRunning Back
24 (Jan 28, 1990)Joe Montana (3)San Francisco 49ersQuarterback
23 (Jan 22, 1989)Jerry RiceSan Francisco 49ersWide Receiver
22 (Jan 31, 1988)Doug WilliamsWashington RedskinsQuarterback
21 (Jan 25, 1987)Phil SimmsNew York GiantsQuarterback
20 (Jan 26, 1986)Richard DentChicago BearsDefensive End
19 (Jan 20, 1985)Joe Montana (2)San Francisco 49ersQuarterback
18 (Jan 22, 1984)Marcus AllenLos Angeles RaidersRunning Back
17 (Jan 30, 1983)John RigginsWashington RedskinsRunning Back
16 (Jan 24, 1982)Joe MontanaSan Francisco 49ersQuarterback
15 (Jan 25, 1981)Jim PlunkettOakland RaidersQuarterback
14 (Jan 20, 1980)Terry Bradshaw (2)Pittsburgh SteelersQuarterback
13 (Jan 21, 1979)Terry BradshawPittsburgh SteelersQuarterback
12 (Jan 15, 1978)Harvey Martin/Randy WhiteDallas CowboysDefensive Line
11 (Jan 9, 1977)Fred BiletnikoffOakland RaidersWide Receiver
10 (Jan 18, 1976)Lynn SwannPittsburgh SteelersWide Receiver
9 (Jan 12, 1975)Franco HarrisPittsburgh SteelersRunning Back
8 (Jan 13, 1974)Larry CsonkaMiami DolphinsRunning Back
7 (Jan 14, 1973)Jake ScottMiami DolphinsSafety
6 (Jan 16, 1972)Roger StaubachDallas CowboysQuarterback
5 (Jan 17 1971)Chuck HowleyDallas CowboysLinebacker
4 (Jan 11, 1970)Len DawsonKansas City ChiefsQuarterback
3 (Jan 12, 1969)Joe NamathNew York JetsQuarterback
2 (Jan 14, 1968)Bart Starr (2)Green Bay PackersQuarterback
1 (Jan 15, 1967)Bart StarrGreen Bay PackersQuarterback


Super Bowl Betting Favorites By Year

Who was the betting favorite in each Super Bowl? Find out below.

Super BowlFavoriteTotal
55 (Feb 7, 2021)KC -3.556
54 (Feb 2, 2020)KC -1.552
53 (Feb 3, 2019)NE -2.557.5
52 (Feb 4, 2018)NE -4.549
51 (Feb 5, 2017)NE -357.5
50 (Feb 7, 2016)Car -4.543
49 (Feb 1, 2015)Sea -147.5
48 (Feb 2, 2014)Den -247.5
47 (Feb 3, 2013)SF -4.548
46 (Feb 5, 2012)NE -2.553
45 (Feb 6 2011)GB -345
44 (Feb 7, 2010)IND -557
43 (Feb 1, 2009)PIT -746
42 (Feb 3, 2008)NE -1255
41 (Feb 4, 2007)IND -747
40 (Feb 5, 2006)PIT -447
39 (Feb 6, 2005)NE -746.5
38 (Feb 1, 2004)NE -737.5
37 (Jan 26, 2003)OAK -444
36 (Feb 3, 2002)STL -1453
35 (Jan 28, 2001)BAL -333
34 (Jan 30, 2000)STL -745
33 (Jan 31, 1999)DEN -7.552.5
32 (Jan 25, 1998)GB -1149
31 (Jan 26, 1997)GB -1449
30 (Jan 28, 1996)DAL -13.551
29 (Jan 29, 1995)SF -18.553.5
28 (Jan 30, 1994)DAL -10.550.5
27 (Jan 31, 1993)DAL -6.544.5
26 (Jan 26, 1992)WAS -749
25 (Jan 27, 1991)BUF -740.5
24 (Jan 28, 1990)SF -1248
23 (Jan 22, 1989)SF -748
22 (Jan 31, 1988)DEN -347
21 (Jan 25, 1987)NYG -9.540
20 (Jan 26, 1986)CHI -1037.5
19 (Jan 20, 1985)SF -3.553.5
18 (Jan 22, 1984)WAS -348
17 (Jan 30, 1983)MIA -336.5
16 (Jan 24, 1982)SF -148
15 (Jan 25, 1981)PHI -337.5
14 (Jan 20, 1980)PIT -10.536
13 (Jan 21, 1979)PIT -3.537
12 (Jan 15, 1978)DAL -639
11 (Jan 9, 1977)OAK -438
10 (Jan 18, 1976)PIT -736
9 (Jan 12, 1975)PIT -333
8 (Jan 13, 1974)MIA -6.533
7 (Jan 14, 1973)MIA -133
6 (Jan 16, 1972)DAL -634
5 (Jan 17 1971)BAL -2.536
4 (Jan 11, 1970)MIN -1239
3 (Jan 12, 1969)BAL-1840
2 (Jan 14, 1968)GB -13.543
1 (Jan 15, 1967)GB -14Not Listed


Passing TD Leaders – All Time Super Bowl Stats

Who has the most TD in Super Bowl history? Find out below.

PlayerSuper Bowl Passing TD
Tom Brady21
Joe Montana11
Terry Bradshaw9
Roger Staubach8
Steve Young6
Kurt Warner6
Brett Favre5
Troy Aikman5
Jim Plunkett4
Doug Williams4


Rushing TD Leaders – All Time Super Bowl Stats

Here is a look at the all time rushing TD leaders in Super Bowl history.

PlayerSuper Bowl Rushing TD
Emmitt Smith5
John Elway4
Franco Harris4
Thurman Thomas4
Terrell Davis3
James White3
Joe Montana2
Marcus Allen2
Jim McMahon2
Eddie George2


Receiving TD Leaders – All Time Super Bowl Stats

Below is a look the all time leaders in receiving TD in the Super Bowl.

PlayerSuper Bowl Receiving TD
Jerry Rice8
Lynn Swann3
Rob Gronkowski3
Antonio Freeman3
John Stallworth3
Hines Ward2
Greg Jennings2
Danny Amendola2
Ricky Watters2
Larry Fitzgerald2


All Time Super Bowl Interception Leaders

A quick look at the leaders for interceptions in the Super Bowl.

PlayerSuper Bowl INT
Chuck Howley3
Rod Martin3
Larry Brown3
Rodney Harrison2
Brad Edwards2
Randy Beverly2
Mel Blount2
Barry Wilburn2
Jake Scott2
Dwight Smith2


When is Super Bowl 56?

Super Bowl 56 will take place in February 6th, 2022.

What time does the Super Bowl Kick-off?

The kick-off time for the Super Bowl is normally around 6:45 pm EST.

Where is the Super Bowl This Year?

The 2022 Super Bowl will be played in Inglewood, CA at SoFi Stadium

What is the Super Bowl Number This Year?

The 2021-2022 NFL season will end with Super Bowl 56 in Inglewood, CA.

Is it legal to bet on the Super Bowl?

Yes, sports betting is now legal in the following states: - NV - NJ - PA - DE - RI - WV - MS - NM - NY - AR - OR - IA - IN - MT - TN - IL - NH - NC - CO - MI