Super Bowl 57 Odds: Who Will Win This Year’s NFL Championship?

By | July 4, 2022

It’s hard to fathom that nearly five months have passed since the Los Angeles Rams became Super Bowl LVI champions. Now, the 2022 NFL season is right around the corner, leaving one question for most football fans: who’ll win Super Bowl 57?

There’s no doubting that both the AFC and NFC have their fair share of contenders that could believably challenge for this season’s championship. The free agency and draft periods have only further added to that number of teams.

Even though we’re still two months away from the 2022 campaign kicking off, it’s never too early to look at the Super Bowl betting odds — especially just before training camp begins.

Here are the early Super Bowl 57 odds, courtesy of FanDuel Sportsbook.

Odds to Win the Super Bowl 57 (as of July 4, 2022)

FanDuel Sportsbook

  • Buffalo Bills (+650)
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+750)
  • Kansas City Chiefs (+950)
  • Los Angeles Rams (+1100)
  • Green Bay Packers (+1200)
  • Los Angeles Chargers (+1600)
  • San Francisco 49ers (+1600)
  • Denver Broncos (+1700)
  • Dallas Cowboys (+1800)
  • Cincinnati Bengals (+2000)
  • Baltimore Ravens (+2000)
  • Indianapolis Colts (+2200)
  • Philadelphia Eagles (+3000)
  • Tennessee Titans (+3000)
  • Arizona Cardinals (+3000)
  • Cleveland Browns (+3400)
  • Minnesota Vikings (+4000)
  • Miami Dolphins (+4000)
  • Las Vegas Raiders (+4000)
  • New England Patriots (+4000)
  • New Orleans Saints (+4000)
  • Washington Commanders (+7000)
  • Pittsburgh Steelers (+7000)
  • New York Giants (+8000)
  • Detroit Lions (+10000)
  • Chicago Bears (+10000)
  • Jacksonville Jaguars (+12000)
  • Carolina Panthers (+13000)
  • Seattle Seahawks (+13000)
  • New York Jets (+15000)
  • Atlanta Falcons (+25000)
  • Houston Texans (+30000)

Who Are the Favorites to Win Super Bowl 57?

Buffalo Bills (+650)

Though a championship has always alluded the franchise, the Buffalo Bills will are currently the +650 favorites to win Super Bowl LVII next February.

These odds shouldn’t come as much of a surprise considering that the Bills have been one of the better teams in recent NFL history. They’ve won 34 games since the beginning of the 2019 campaign, which ranks only behind the Green Bay Packers (39) and Kansas City Chiefs (38) over that stretch.

Part of the reason why the Bills are considered contenders every year is because of Josh Allen’s play under center.

QB Josh Allen has been a driving force behind the Bills’ most recent success.

The 26-year-old quarterback threw for over 4,400 yards and 37 touchdown passes last season, leading Buffalo to average 29.8 points per game — third-best in the league. If Allen can continue being that QB, the Bills should be near the top of the league again.

The Bills also spent the offseason seriously improving the roster. They landed cornerback Kaiir Elam and running back James Cook within the first two rounds of the 2022 NFL Draft. They even signed two-time Super Bowl-winning linebacker Von Miller to a six-year, $120 million deal in free agency.

Buffalo already had the best scoring defense in the league in 2021 (18.3 PPG) and it won’t be a shock if the likes of Elam and Miller make it even better. Throw in the offensive additions as well, along with pre-existing players like Allen and Stefon Diggs, and it’s easy to see why the Bills are early Super Bowl 57 favorites.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+750)

Anytime that a team has Tom Brady as its quarterback, chances are that winning a Super Bowl is a real possibility. That’s exactly how the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are looking as they own the second-best 2022 championship odds on FanDuel.

Glory isn’t anything new for the Buccaneers, who won Super Bowl LV just over a year ago. Things didn’t work as well last season, with Tampa Bay getting eliminated by the Rams in the Divisional Round, however, they’re expected to bounce back.

After a short flirt with retirement, Brady should be back to his old ways this fall. The ageless wonder recorded career-highs in completions (485) and passing yards (5,316) at the age of 43 in 2021, showing no signs of slowing down.

Although he won’t have Antonio Brown or Rob Gronkowski, Brady still has the likes of Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, Russell Gage and Leonard Fournette to target. As long as TB12’s play doesn’t fall off, winning the NFC South won’t be a problem.

The Bucs lost some players this offseason, but new arrivals to the fold, such as offensive guard Shaquille Mason, CB Logan Ryan and safety Keanu Neal, will help offset those losses. Second-round picks Logan Hall and Luke Goedeke will also help the defensive and offensive lines, respectively.

Even though the roster looks a bit different, the Buccaneers have all the talent to challenge for a Super Bowl in 2022. Only time will tell if they can meet expectations this time around.

Kansas City Chiefs (+950)

Much like the Bills with Allen and Buccaneers with Brady, the Kansas City Chiefs are always Super Bowl contenders as long as Patrick Mahomes is throwing the ball.

The former 2018 NFL MVP will likely have his team in championship contention again next season. It’s hard to doubt him considering that he has thrown for at least 4,700 yards and 37 TDs in three of the last four seasons.

Mahomes will no longer have star wideout Tyreek Hill to target now that the latter is with the Miami Dolphins, but the veteran QB should be fine. He still has superstar tight end Travis Kelce, plus management have brought in the likes of wide receivers JuJu Smith-Schuster, Marquez Valdes-Scantling and rookie Skyy Moore to help.

The key to the Chiefs finding any success during the 2022 NFL season will be their defense. Kansas City couldn’t stop a nosebleed for the first half of the 2021 campaign, leading to some questioning the team’s validity as a contender.

The Chiefs managed to tighten up their defensive unit in the second half, but things fell apart once the playoffs arrived. The signings of free-agent defensive backs Justin Reid and Ronald Jones should make the defense more formidable, as will the addition of rookie EDGE George Karlaftis.

It’s never a wise idea to count Mahomes and the Chiefs out. They’ve made it to the AFC Championship Game in four straight years with two Super Bowl appearances and a championship victory in that span. That achievement list could grow with another dominant season.

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