2022 Super Bowl Odds: Latest Odds To Win Super Bowl 56
There is nothing like betting on the Super Bowl. When it comes to legal 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 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.
Current Favorites To Win The Super Bowl
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, in timeline form.
- Week 6 Update – The Bills upset the Chiefs in Week 5, and they are now +550 to win the Super Bowl. Bucs are favored at +500, and the Chiefs fell to +750.
- October 5th, 2021 – After the Bucs’ narrow win over the Patriots, they remained as the favorite at +500. The Chiefs rose to +600, but the Cardinals shot up to +1600 as the only undefeated team.
- Week 4 Update – Ahead of 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. KC and TB still favored at +500 and +550, respectively.
- September 14th, 2021 – After Week 1, the Saints and Bucs odds grew, while the Packers and Titans fell hard. KC still leads.
- September 7th, 2021 – As Week 1 begins, the Chiefs are favored with the Bucs right behind.
- 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|
|WAS Football Team||+6000|
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.
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
— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) October 12, 2021
Weekly Super Bowl Odds Updates
Here is a look at the week-to-week updates of Super Bowl odds movement, news, and more.
- Bills odds rose to +550 after Chiefs upset.
- Arizona Cardinals odds rose to +1600 as the only undefeated team entering Week 5.
- In Week 4, the Chiefs fell to +650 while the Rams grew to +800 to win the Super Bowl.
- Ravens Super Bowl odds rise after Week 3 win over KC.
- Saints odds increase in Week 2.
- Chiefs lead entering Week 1.
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.
4-0 vibes. pic.twitter.com/32BbZR81fc
— Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) October 5, 2021
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.
Patriots have released QB Cam Newton as @globejimmcbride reported.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 31, 2021
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.
Aaron Rodgers clearly wasn’t just passing the time this offseason.
He came with receipts, lots of them, proving his actions were always well thought out and justly motivated. This speech was phenomenal.
— Emmanuel Acho (@EmmanuelAcho) July 28, 2021
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.
Rams’ RB Cam Akers suffered a torn Achilles, as @TomPelissero reported.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 20, 2021
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.
Jet-setting Jones ✈️ pic.twitter.com/mZIqdRi9GE
— Tennessee Titans (@Titans) June 7, 2021
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.
— Action Rush (@ActionRushBets) May 10, 2021
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
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.
“Lamar Jackson is 30-4 as a starter when he’s not playing against the KC Chiefs. He’s 0-3 as a starter when playing against the KC Chiefs… You gave the 1 team you can’t beat the 1 position they need most.”@EmmanuelAcho reacts to the Ravens trading Orlando Brown to the Chiefs pic.twitter.com/OdYWXN2OAS
— Speak For Yourself (@SFY) April 26, 2021
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.
Cowboys are giving Dak Prescott a four-year, $160 million deal, including a record $126 million guaranteed, source tells ESPN.
The first three years average $42 million per year.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 8, 2021
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
— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) February 8, 2021
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
Aaron Rodgers joins exclusive company as a three-time NFL MVP.
— Green Bay Packers (@packers) February 7, 2021
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 Bowl||Year||Location||Matchup||Line (Total)||Score||ATS Result|
|LV||2021||Tampa Bay, FL||KC Chiefs vs. TB Bucs||Kansas City (-3)||TB Bucs 31, KC Chiefs 9||Underdog-Under|
|LIV||2020||Miami, FL||KC Chiefs vs. SF 49ers||Kansas City -1.5||KC Chiefs 31, SF 49ers 20||Favorite-Under|
|LIIl||2019||Atlanta, GA||LA Rams vs. New England||New England -2.5 (55.5)||New England 13, LA Rams 3||Favorite-Under|
|LII||2018||Minneapolis, MN||Philadelphia vs. New England||New England -4 (49)||Philadelphia 41 New England 33||Underdog-Over|
|LI||2017||Houston, TX||Atlanta vs. New Enland||New England -3 (57)||New England 34 Atlanta 28 (OT)||Favorite-Over|
|L||2016||Santa Clara, CA||Carolina vs. Denver||Carolina -5 (43.5)||Denver 24 Carolina 10||Underdog-Under|
|XLIX||2015||Glendale, AZ||Seattle vs. New England||Pick 'em (47.5)||New England 28 Seattle 24||Patriots - Over|
|XLVIIl||2014||East Rutherford,New Jersey||Seattle vs Denver||Denver -2 (47)||Seattle 43 Denver 8||Underdog-Over|
|XLVII||2013||New Orleans, LA||SF vs. Baltimore||San Francisco -4.5 (48)||Baltimore 34 San Francisco 31||Underdog-Over|
|XLVI||2012||Indianapolis, IN||NY Giants vs. New England||New England -2.5 (53)||N.Y. Giants 21 New England 17||Underdog-Under|
|XLV||2011||Arlington, TX||Green Bay vs. Pittsburgh||Green Bay -3 (45)||Green Bay 31 Pittsburgh 25||Favorite-Over|
|XLIV||2010||Miami, FL||New Orleans vs. Indianapolis||Indianapolis -5 (57)||New Orleans 31 Indianapolis 17||Underdog-Under|
|XLIII||2009||Tampa, FL||Pittsburgh vs. Arizona||Pittsburgh -7 (46)||Pittsburgh 27 Arizona 23||Underdog-Over|
|XLII||2008||Glendale, AZ||NY Giants vs. New England||New England -12 (55)||N.Y. Giants 17 New England 14||Underdog-Under|
|XLI||2007||Miami, FL||Indianapolis vs. Chicago||Indianapolis -7 (47)||Indianapolis 29 Chicago 17||Favorite-Under|
|XL||2006||Detroit, MI||Pittsburgh vs. Seattle||Pittsburgh -4 (47)||Pittsburgh 21 Seattle 10||Favorite-Under|
|XXIX||2005||Jacksonville, FL||New England vs. Philadelphia||New England -7 (46.5)||New England 24 Philadelphia 21||Underdog-Under|
|XXXVIII||2004||Houston, TX||New England vs. Carolina||New England -7 (37.5)||New England 32 Carolina 29||Underdog-Over|
|XXXVII||2003||San Diego, CA||Tampa Bay vs. Oakland||Oakland -4 (44)||Tampa Bay 48 Oakland 21||Underdog-Over|
|XXXVI||2002||New Orleans, LA||New England vs. St. Louis||St. Louis -14 (53)||New England 20 St. Louis 17||Underdog-Under|
|XXXV||2001||Tampa, FL||Baltimore vs. NY Giants||Baltimore -3 (33)||Baltimore 34 N.Y. Giants 7||Favorite-Over|
|XXXIV||2000||Atlanta, GA||St. Louis vs. Tennessee||St. Louis -7 (45)||St. Louis 23 Tennessee 16||Push-Under|
|XXXIII||1999||Miami, FL||Denver vs. Atlanta||Denver -7.5 (52.5)||Denver 34 Atlanta 19||Favorite-Over|
|XXXII||1998||San Diego, CA||Denve vs. Green Bay||Green Bay -11 (49)||Denver 31 Green Bay 24||Underdog-Over|
|XXXI||1997||New Orleans, LA||Green Bay vs. New England||Green Bay -14 (49)||Green Bay 35 New England 21||Push-Over|
|XXX||1996||Tempe, AZ||Dallas vs. Pittsburgh||Dallas -13.5 (51)||Dallas 27 Pittsburgh 17||Underdog-Under|
|XXIX||1995||Miami, FL||SF vs. San Diego||San Francisco -18.5||San Francisco 49 San Diego 26||Favorite-Over|
|XXVIII||1994||Atlanta, GA||Dallas vs. Buffalo||Dallas -10.5 (50.5)||Dallas 30 Buffalo 13||Favorite-Under|
|XXVII||1993||Pasadena, CA||Dallas vs. Buffalo||Dallas -6.5 (44.5)||Dallas 52 Buffalo 17||Favorite-Over|
|XXVI||1992||Minneapolis, MN||Washington vs. Buffalo||Washington -7 (49)||Washington 37 Buffalo 24||Favorite-Over|
|XXV||1991||Tampa, FL||NY Giants vs. Buffalo||Buffalo -7 (40.5)||N.Y. Giants 20 Buffalo 19||Underdog-Under|
|XXIV||1990||New Orleans, LA||SF vs. Denver||San Francisco -12 (48)||San Francisco 55 Denver 10||Favorite-Over|
|XXIII||1989||Miami, FL||SF vs. Cincinnati||San Francisco -7 (48)||San Francisco 20 Cincinnati 16||Underdog-Under|
|XXII||1988||San Diego, CA||Washington vs. Denver||Denver -3 (47)||Washington 42 Denver 10||Underdog-Over|
|XXI||1987||Pasadena, CA||NY Giants vs. Denver||N.Y. Giants -9.5 (40)||N.Y. Giants 39 Denver 20||Favorite-Over|
|XX||1986||New Orleans, LA||Chicago vs. New England||Chicago -10 (37.5)||Chicago 46 New England 10||Favorite-Over|
|XIX||1985||Stanford, CA||SF vs. Miami||San Francisco -3.5||San Francisco 38 Miami 16||Favortie-Over|
|XVIII||1984||Tampa, FL||LA Raiders vs. Washington||Washington -3 (48)||L.A. 38 Washington 9||Favorite-Under|
|XVII||1983||Pasadena, CA||Washington vs. Miami||Miami -3 (36.5)||Washington 27 Miami 17||Underdog-Over|
|XVI||1982||Pontiac, MI||SF vs. Cincinnati||San Francisco -1 (48)||San Francisco 26 Cincinnati 21||Favorite-Under|
|XV||1981||New Orleans, LA||Oakland vs. Philadelpia||Philadelphia -3 (37.5)||Oakland 27 Philadelphia 10||Underdog-Under|
|XIV||1980||Pasadena, CA||Pittsburgh vs. LA Rams||Pittsburgh -10.5 (36)||Pittsburgh 31 L.A. Rams 19||Favorite-Over|
|XIII||1979||Miami, FL||Pittsburgh vs. Dallas||Pittsburgh -3.5 (37)||Pittsburgh 35 Dallas 31||Favortie-Over|
|XII||1978||New Orleans, LA||Dallas vs. Denver||Dallas -6 (39)||Dallas 27 Denver 10||Favorite-Under|
|XI||1977||Pasadena, CA||Oakland vs. Minnesota||Oakland -4 (38)||Oakland 34 Minnesota 14||Favorite-Over|
|X||1976||Miami, FL||Pittsburgh vs. Dallas||Pittsburgh -7 (36)||Pittsburgh 21 Dallas 17||Underdog-Over|
|IX||1975||New Orleans, LA||Pittsburgh vs. Minnesota||Pittsburgh -3 (33)||Pittsburgh 16 Minnesota 6||Favorite-Under|
|VIII||1974||Houston, TX||Miami vs. Minnesota||Miami -6.5 (33)||Miami 24 Minnesota 7||Favorite-Under|
|VII||1973||Los Angeles, CA||Miami vs. Washington||Miami -1 (33)||Miami 14 Washington 7||Favorite-Under|
|VI||1972||New Orleans, LA||Dallas vs. Miami||Dallas -6 (34)||Dallas 24 Miami 3||Favorite-Under|
|V||1971||Miami, FL||Baltimore vs. Dallas||Baltimore -2.5 (36)||Baltimore 16 Dallas 13||Favorite-Under|
|IV||1970||New Orleans, LA||KC vs. Minnesota||Minnesota -12 (39)||Kansas City 23 Minnesota 7||Underdog-Under|
|III||1969||Miami, FL||NY Jets vs. Baltimore||Baltimore -18 (40)||N.Y. Jets 16 Baltimore 7||Underdog-Under|
|II||1968||Miami, FL||Green Bay vs. Oakland||Green Bay -13.5 (43)||Green Bay 33 Oakland 14||Favorite-Over|
|I||1967||Los Angeles, CA||Green Bay vs. KC||Green Bay -14 (N/A)||Green Bay 35 Kansas City 10||Favorite|
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 Bowl||Date||Heads/Tails||Toss Winner||Toss Loser|
|LV||02/07/2021||Heads||KC Chiefs||TB Bucs|
|LIV||02/02/2020||Tails||San Francisco||KC Chiefs|
|LIll||03/02/2019||Tails||LA Rams||New England|
|XLVI||05/02/2012||Heads||New England||N.Y. Giants|
|XLII||03/02/2008||Tails||N.Y. Giants||New England|
|XXXVI||03/02/2002||Heads||St. Louis||New England|
|XXXI||26/01/1997||Heads||New England||Green Bay|
|XXIX||29/01/1995||Heads||San Francisco||San Diego|
|I||15/01/1967||Heads||Green Bay||Kansas City|
Top 10 Upsets in Super Bowl History
A brief look at the top 10 upsets in the history of the Super Bowl.
|XXXVI (Feb 3, 2002)||STL -14||New England 20, St. Louis 17|
|XXXI (Jan 26, 1997)||GB -14||Green Bay 35, New England 21|
|XXX (Jan 28, 1996)||DAL -13.5||Dallas 27, Pittsburgh 17|
|XXIX (Jan 29, 1995)||SF -18.5||San Francisco 49, San Diego 26|
|XXIV (Jan 28, 1990)||SF -12||San Francisco 55, Denver Broncos 10|
|XLII (Feb 3, 2008)||NE -12||N.Y. Giants 17, New England 14|
|IV (Jan 11, 1970)||MIN -12||Kansas City 23, Minnesota 7|
|III (Jan 12, 1969)||BAL-18||N.Y. Jets 16, Baltimore 7|
|II (Jan 14, 1968)||GB -13.5||Green Bay 33, Oakland 14|
|I (Jan 15, 1967)||GB -14||Green Bay 35, Kansas City 10|
Super Bowl Champions By Year
A breakdown of the Super Bowl winners, by year.
|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.
|55 (Feb 7, 2021)||Tom Brady||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||Quarterback|
|54 (Feb 2, 2020)||Patrick Mahomes||KC Chiefs||Quarterback|
|53 (Feb 3, 2019)||Julian Edelman||New England Patriots||Wide Receiver|
|52 (Feb 4, 2018)||Nick Foles||Philadelphia Eagles||Quarterback|
|51 (Feb 5, 2017)||Tom Brady (4)||New England Patriots||Quarterback|
|50 (Feb 7, 2016)||Von Miller||Denver Broncos||Linebacker|
|49 (Feb 1, 2015)||Tom Brady (3)||New England Patriots||Quarterback|
|48 (Feb 2, 2014)||Malcolm Smith||Seattle Seahawks||Linebacker|
|47 (Feb 3, 2013)||Joe Flacco||Baltimore Ravens||Quarterback|
|46 (Feb 5, 2012)||Eli Manning (2)||New York Giants||Quarterback|
|45 (Feb 6 2011)||Aaron Rodgers||Green Bay Packers||Quarterback|
|44 (Feb 7, 2010)||Drew Brees||New Orleans Saints||Quarterback|
|43 (Feb 1, 2009)||Santonio Holmes||Pittsburgh Steelers||Wide Receiver|
|42 (Feb 3, 2008)||Eli Manning||New York Giants||Quarterback|
|41 (Feb 4, 2007)||Peyton Manning||Indianapolis Colts||Quarterback|
|40 (Feb 5, 2006)||Hines Ward||Pittsburgh Steelers||Wide Receiver|
|39 (Feb 6, 2005)||Deion Branch||New England Patriots||Wide Receiver|
|38 (Feb 1, 2004)||Tom Brady (2)||New England Patriots||Quarterback|
|37 (Jan 26, 2003)||Dexter Jackson||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||Safety|
|36 (Feb 3, 2002)||Tom Brady||New England Patriots||Quarterback|
|35 (Jan 28, 2001)||Ray Lewis||Baltimore Ravens||Linebacker|
|34 (Jan 30, 2000)||Kurt Warner||St. Louis Rams||Quarterback|
|33 (Jan 31, 1999)||John Elway||Denver Broncos||Quarterback|
|32 (Jan 25, 1998)||Terrell Davis||Denver Broncos||Running Back|
|31 (Jan 26, 1997)||Desmond Howard||Green Bay Packers||Kick / Punt Returner|
|30 (Jan 28, 1996)||Larry Brown||Dallas Cowboys||Cornerback|
|29 (Jan 29, 1995)||Steve Young||San Francisco 49ers||Quarterback|
|28 (Jan 30, 1994)||Emmitt Smith||Dallas Cowboys||Running back|
|27 (Jan 31, 1993)||Troy Aikman||Dallas Cowboys||Quarterback|
|26 (Jan 26, 1992)||Mark Rypien||Washington Redskins||Quarterback|
|25 (Jan 27, 1991)||Ottis Anderson||New York Giants||Running Back|
|24 (Jan 28, 1990)||Joe Montana (3)||San Francisco 49ers||Quarterback|
|23 (Jan 22, 1989)||Jerry Rice||San Francisco 49ers||Wide Receiver|
|22 (Jan 31, 1988)||Doug Williams||Washington Redskins||Quarterback|
|21 (Jan 25, 1987)||Phil Simms||New York Giants||Quarterback|
|20 (Jan 26, 1986)||Richard Dent||Chicago Bears||Defensive End|
|19 (Jan 20, 1985)||Joe Montana (2)||San Francisco 49ers||Quarterback|
|18 (Jan 22, 1984)||Marcus Allen||Los Angeles Raiders||Running Back|
|17 (Jan 30, 1983)||John Riggins||Washington Redskins||Running Back|
|16 (Jan 24, 1982)||Joe Montana||San Francisco 49ers||Quarterback|
|15 (Jan 25, 1981)||Jim Plunkett||Oakland Raiders||Quarterback|
|14 (Jan 20, 1980)||Terry Bradshaw (2)||Pittsburgh Steelers||Quarterback|
|13 (Jan 21, 1979)||Terry Bradshaw||Pittsburgh Steelers||Quarterback|
|12 (Jan 15, 1978)||Harvey Martin/Randy White||Dallas Cowboys||Defensive Line|
|11 (Jan 9, 1977)||Fred Biletnikoff||Oakland Raiders||Wide Receiver|
|10 (Jan 18, 1976)||Lynn Swann||Pittsburgh Steelers||Wide Receiver|
|9 (Jan 12, 1975)||Franco Harris||Pittsburgh Steelers||Running Back|
|8 (Jan 13, 1974)||Larry Csonka||Miami Dolphins||Running Back|
|7 (Jan 14, 1973)||Jake Scott||Miami Dolphins||Safety|
|6 (Jan 16, 1972)||Roger Staubach||Dallas Cowboys||Quarterback|
|5 (Jan 17 1971)||Chuck Howley||Dallas Cowboys||Linebacker|
|4 (Jan 11, 1970)||Len Dawson||Kansas City Chiefs||Quarterback|
|3 (Jan 12, 1969)||Joe Namath||New York Jets||Quarterback|
|2 (Jan 14, 1968)||Bart Starr (2)||Green Bay Packers||Quarterback|
|1 (Jan 15, 1967)||Bart Starr||Green Bay Packers||Quarterback|
Super Bowl Betting Favorites By Year
Who was the betting favorite in each Super Bowl? Find out below.
|55 (Feb 7, 2021)||KC -3.5||56|
|54 (Feb 2, 2020)||KC -1.5||52|
|53 (Feb 3, 2019)||NE -2.5||57.5|
|52 (Feb 4, 2018)||NE -4.5||49|
|51 (Feb 5, 2017)||NE -3||57.5|
|50 (Feb 7, 2016)||Car -4.5||43|
|49 (Feb 1, 2015)||Sea -1||47.5|
|48 (Feb 2, 2014)||Den -2||47.5|
|47 (Feb 3, 2013)||SF -4.5||48|
|46 (Feb 5, 2012)||NE -2.5||53|
|45 (Feb 6 2011)||GB -3||45|
|44 (Feb 7, 2010)||IND -5||57|
|43 (Feb 1, 2009)||PIT -7||46|
|42 (Feb 3, 2008)||NE -12||55|
|41 (Feb 4, 2007)||IND -7||47|
|40 (Feb 5, 2006)||PIT -4||47|
|39 (Feb 6, 2005)||NE -7||46.5|
|38 (Feb 1, 2004)||NE -7||37.5|
|37 (Jan 26, 2003)||OAK -4||44|
|36 (Feb 3, 2002)||STL -14||53|
|35 (Jan 28, 2001)||BAL -3||33|
|34 (Jan 30, 2000)||STL -7||45|
|33 (Jan 31, 1999)||DEN -7.5||52.5|
|32 (Jan 25, 1998)||GB -11||49|
|31 (Jan 26, 1997)||GB -14||49|
|30 (Jan 28, 1996)||DAL -13.5||51|
|29 (Jan 29, 1995)||SF -18.5||53.5|
|28 (Jan 30, 1994)||DAL -10.5||50.5|
|27 (Jan 31, 1993)||DAL -6.5||44.5|
|26 (Jan 26, 1992)||WAS -7||49|
|25 (Jan 27, 1991)||BUF -7||40.5|
|24 (Jan 28, 1990)||SF -12||48|
|23 (Jan 22, 1989)||SF -7||48|
|22 (Jan 31, 1988)||DEN -3||47|
|21 (Jan 25, 1987)||NYG -9.5||40|
|20 (Jan 26, 1986)||CHI -10||37.5|
|19 (Jan 20, 1985)||SF -3.5||53.5|
|18 (Jan 22, 1984)||WAS -3||48|
|17 (Jan 30, 1983)||MIA -3||36.5|
|16 (Jan 24, 1982)||SF -1||48|
|15 (Jan 25, 1981)||PHI -3||37.5|
|14 (Jan 20, 1980)||PIT -10.5||36|
|13 (Jan 21, 1979)||PIT -3.5||37|
|12 (Jan 15, 1978)||DAL -6||39|
|11 (Jan 9, 1977)||OAK -4||38|
|10 (Jan 18, 1976)||PIT -7||36|
|9 (Jan 12, 1975)||PIT -3||33|
|8 (Jan 13, 1974)||MIA -6.5||33|
|7 (Jan 14, 1973)||MIA -1||33|
|6 (Jan 16, 1972)||DAL -6||34|
|5 (Jan 17 1971)||BAL -2.5||36|
|4 (Jan 11, 1970)||MIN -12||39|
|3 (Jan 12, 1969)||BAL-18||40|
|2 (Jan 14, 1968)||GB -13.5||43|
|1 (Jan 15, 1967)||GB -14||Not Listed|
Passing TD Leaders – All Time Super Bowl Stats
Who has the most TD in Super Bowl history? Find out below.
|Player||Super Bowl Passing TD|
Rushing TD Leaders – All Time Super Bowl Stats
Here is a look at the all time rushing TD leaders in Super Bowl history.
|Player||Super Bowl Rushing TD|
Receiving TD Leaders – All Time Super Bowl Stats
Below is a look the all time leaders in receiving TD in the Super Bowl.
|Player||Super Bowl Receiving TD|
All Time Super Bowl Interception Leaders
A quick look at the leaders for interceptions in the Super Bowl.
|Player||Super Bowl INT|
2022 SUPER BOWL ODDS FAQ
When is Super Bowl 56?
Super Bowl 56 will take place in February 6th, 2022. Kick-off time for the Super Bowl is 6:45 pm EST.
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
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