- Green Bay is +350 to win the Super Bowl but the Divisional Playoff victor between Kansas City (+400) and Buffalo (+500) will likely be favored next week
- The defending champion Buccaneers (+550) will host the Rams (+750) on Sunday afternoon
- The Super Bowl will take place on Sunday, Feb. 13, 2022 at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles
Almost every team remaining in the NFL playoffs looks like a world-beater after a yawn-inducing Wild Card Weekend that saw the Bills, Buccaneers, Chiefs and Rams win by a combined 90 points
As we head into a Divisional Round that’s hopefully more competitive, let’s take a look at the Super Bowl odds for the eight clubs still competing for the Lombardi Trophy. Also, be sure to check out the top betting sites for NFL football in 2021, as well as tips for how to wager on Super Bowl 56.
Super Bowl 56 Odds Update
|Green Bay Packers||+350|
|Kansas City Chiefs||+400|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+550|
|Los Angeles Rams||+750|
|San Francisco 49ers||+1000|
NFC Divisional Round
The Packers’ Super Bowl odds lengthened from +325 last week to +350 with the news they’d host a 49ers team that’s now 8-2 in their last 10 games. Meanwhile, San Francisco’s road upset over the Cowboys shortened their Lombardi odds from +2200 last week to +1000 today.
Kyle Shanahan and former pupil Matt LaFleur have split their previous four meetings, with Shanahan scoring a postseason victory in the 2019 NFC Championship Game.
Career postseason wins vs NFC teams
Tom Brady 10
Aaron Rodgers 10
Years spent as a starter in the NFC
Tom Brady 2
Aaron Rodgers 14 pic.twitter.com/u9c6ez1twM
— NFL on CBS 🏈 (@NFLonCBS) January 17, 2022
After embarrassing their respective opponents on Wild Card Weekend,Tampa Bay (+550) and Los Angeles (+750) will meet on the other side of the NFC bracket. Despite scoring a 34-24 home victory over the Buccaneers in Week 3, the Rams opened as underdogs (+3) for just the third time all season.
Sean McVay’s club may have the advantage if Pro Bowl offensive lineman Tristan Wirfs misses the contest with a high ankle sprain, but if they do advance, the Rams are a combined 0-3 versus the Packers and Niners this season.
AFC Divisional Round
Kansas City is still a +400 favorite to advance to their third-straight Super Bowl following their 42-21 demolition of Big Ben and the Steelers. However, the Bills’ 47-17 ass-kicking of the Patriots earned Buffalo (+500) added respect with oddsmakers ahead of their AFC title game rematch with the Chiefs on Sunday night.
Andy Reid and company handed Sean McDermott’s club a 38-24 defeat last January, but the Bills avenged the loss with a 38-20 victory in Arrowhead in Week 5. After Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen combined for over 800 total yards and 10 touchdowns in the Wild Card round, the winner of this highly-anticipated is likely to be the Super Bowl favorite at this time next week.
We get to watch Patrick Mahomes vs Josh Allen next week 🍿 pic.twitter.com/n3pmXeTPqE
— PFF Fantasy Football (@PFF_Fantasy) January 17, 2022
The Titans (+800) have received little respect from oddsmakers, yet are just a win over the Bengals (+1400) away from reaching their second AFC championship game in three years. Tennessee also defeated the Bills (34-31) and Chiefs (27-3) in back-to-back weeks this season, not to mention the Rams (28-16).
So, who’s the best Super Bowl bet at this late stage of the campaign? Wager on this Bills at +500 if you believe they can topple KC, otherwise play it safe with the Packers at +350.
See below the top sportsbooks where you can wager online and choose the best one for you: