Super Bowl 57 Futures Update Heading Into Week 2

  • Buffalo (+500) remains the Super Bowl 57 favorite after a 31-10 pummeling of the Rams (+1600) on opening night
  • The Buccaneers (+750) and Chiefs (+800) opened the season strong with convincing victories over the Cowboys and Cardinals
  • Green Bay (+1600), San Francisco (+2000), and Cincinnati (+2800) all suffered upsets in Week 1

NFL opening weekend always delivers its fair share of surprises, and this year was no different. Cincinnati was upset by the division-rival Steelers, Minnesota manhandled Aaron Rodgers, and the New York Giants rode Saquon Barkley to a 21-20 comeback victory over Tennessee.

Let’s check the updated Super Bowl futures after a wild opening Sunday. Here’s also where you can find the best Super Bowl 57 betting sites as well as the top betting sites for NFL football in 2022.

Super Bowl 57 futures

Buffalo Bills+500
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+750
Kansas City Chiefs+800
Los Angeles Chargers+1100
Philadelphia Eagles+1400
Baltimore Ravens+1600
Green Bay Packers+1600
Los Angeles Rams+1600
Denver Broncos+2000
San Francisco 49ers+2000
Minnesota Vikings+2200
Indianapolis Colts+2500
Cincinnati Bengals+2800
Miami Dolphins+2800
New Orleans Saints+2800
Cleveland Browns+4000
Las Vegas Raiders+4500
Arizona Cardinals+5000
Dallas Cowboys+5000
Tennessee Titans+5500
New England Patriots+6600
Pittsburgh Steelers+6600
Washington Commanders+6600
Chicago Bears+10000
New York Giants+10000
Carolina Panthers+15000
Detroit Lions+15000
Jacksonville Jaguars+15000
Houston Texans+20000
Seattle Seahawks+20000
Atlanta Falcons+30000
New York Jets+30000

Bills favored over Chiefs

Here’s a scary thought for opponents of the Bills (+500): Josh Allen might be even better this year. Buffalo’s superstar quarterback shredded the reigning-champion Rams through the air (297 yards, 3 TDs, 2 INTs) and on the ground (10 rushes for 56 yards) while showing improved decision-making and accuracy in the 31-10 win.

However, could the Chiefs be the better bet at +800? Putting the entire NFL on notice, Patrick Mahomes passed for 360 yards and five scores in a 44-21 beatdown of the Cardinals on Sunday. Kansas City will now host Justin Herbert and the 1-0 Chargers (+1100) on Thursday Night Football.

Bucs embarrass Cowboys

Tom Brady’s Buccaneers (+750) only managed one trip to the end zone in a decisive 19-3 victory over Dallas on Sunday Night Football. Hall of Famer Julio Jones is a nice complement to Mike Evans, but the hamstring injury to Chris Godwin looms large. Next up is the Saints (+2800), who have beaten Brady in all four regular-season meetings since he joined the NFC South.

Meanwhile, the poor Cowboys plummeted to +5000, with Dak Prescott expected to miss almost half the season with a thumb injury.

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Eagles and Vikings are trending up

Philadelphia (+1400) proved their mettle as a trendy off-season pick with a 38-35 victory over Dan Campbell’s lovable losers from Detroit (+15000). Jalen Hurts connected with A.J. Brown on 10 of 13 targets for 155 yards. A statline that was somehow topped by the Vikings’ Justin Jefferson, who diced up the Packers for a career-high 158 yards and two touchdowns in a 23-7 victory.

The Eagles will host Minnesota (+2200) on Monday Night Football in-game that will go a long way in establishing the pecking order in the NFC this year.

Disappointing starts

Jimmy Garappolo may start sooner than you think. The 49ers (+2000) fell 19-10 to the Bears as Trey Lance completed just 13 of 28 passes for 164 yards and a pick while taking two sacks. Making it worse, he was outplayed by fellow sophomore Justin Fields, who will face Green Bay (+1600) this Sunday Night on NBC.

Joe Burrow also had a day to forget, tossing four interceptions in a 23-20 overtime loss to the Steelers. With matchups on tap with the Cowboys and Jets, Cincinnati’s odds (+2800) will only shorten from here, so get your bets in if you believe the Bengals can make a return trip to the Super Bowl.

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