Last Updated on September 14, 2021

Super Bowl Odds 2022




After a terrific Week 1 in the NFL, the Super Bowl odds have shifted. For instance, these odds move based on performance, injuries, or the market. After Week 1, there was some significant movement based on all three of these factors. For example, the Washington Football Team lost their starting quarterback in Ryan Fitzpatrick for two months. In addition, the Packers were crushed in Week 1 by the Saints. The Ravens were upset by the Raiders on Monday Night Football, which impacts Super Bowl odds ahead of their Week 2 matchup with the Chiefs.

Let’s take a look at the updated odds for Super Bowl 56, which teams saw the most significant odds movement, and a few teams to watch.



Latest Odds To Win Super Bowl

On Tuesdays, the Super Bowl betting odds are fully updated by legal sportsbooks in the US. These odds are affected by the previous week’s results, how bettors are wagering, and speculation as to injuries as the future holds. However, the sportsbooks attempt to have action spread across evenly, which leads to odds movement in the market.

Above all, here are the updated odds for Super Bowl 56, featuring the best prices from various legal sportsbooks.

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Super Bowl Odds Movement – Stock Up

Entering Week 1, the favorites to win the Super Bowl were the Kansas City Chiefs at +450 on BetMGM. After a come-from-behind win against the Cleveland Browns in Week 1, the Chiefs remain atop the leaderboard but their odds have shifted to +475. You can get them as high as +500 at FanDuel Sportsbook. Some teams that saw the biggest odds movement are below, with stock up and stock down. Next, we look at the teams with the biggest movement.

  • First, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers odds rose to +550.
  • Next, the Los Angeles Rams rose to +1200.
  • Finally, the San Francisco 49ers odds increased to +1300.


Super Bowl Odds Stock Down

  • First up, the Green Bay Packers odds fell to +1400.
  • Secondly, the Baltimore Ravens odds dropped to +1800.
  • Last, the Tennessee Titans’ odds were hit hard to +3000.


Saints Futures Odds Getting Attention 

With the NFL having such a short season in terms of games, each and every week matters that much more. Super Bowl odds movement happens each week throughout the 18-week season, and with the league changing with each weekend the odds shifting are that much more important. Be sure to get the best odds when betting on Super Bowl futures ahead of the odds moving again.

Most importantly, let’s take a look at three teams to watch in terms of Super Bowl odds after Week 1.

First off, the New Orleans Saints demolished the Green Bay Packers in Week 1, by a score of 38-3. This was very unexpected, but it bodes well for the Saints’ future. However, their Super Bowl odds have risen to 25/1, and they get the Panthers in Week 2…a game they are favored in.


Green Bay Packers Odds Fall To 14-1

Secondly, on the other side of the Saints vs. Packers game, Green Bay was embarrassed in Week 1. There is much speculation as to what is happening in Green Bay, but as head coach Matt LaFleur says in the video below, they do not want it to affect Week 2. The Packers are favored by 10.5 against Detroit on Monday Night Football in Week 2. Green Bay’s Super Bowl odds fell to +1400. Aaron Rodgers and the Packers need to improve in Week 2, without a doubt.


Arizona Cardinals Jump To 30-1

Finally, we take a look at the Cardinals. In Arizona, the Cardinals seem to be a force to be reckoned with after a dominant win over the Tennessee Titans in Week 1. First, Kyler Murray started his MVP campaign with five total touchdowns. Then, Chandler Jones had five sacks in a game. Finally, the Cardinals’ revamped receiving core looked the part. Arizona is destined to compete for the NFC West title, then the Super Bowl as their final goal. The Cardinals’ Super Bowl odds rose to +3000.

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