Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: 3 Teams That Might Surprise You in 2022

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Week 8 NFL
BetMGM Staff @BETMGM Oct 02, 2021, 6:15 PM

Super Bowl LVI is set to take place in Southern California on February 6, 2022, at SoFi Stadium, home of the Los Angeles Chargers and Rams.

The latest odds to win Super Bowl LVI have the Bills, Buccaneers, and Cardinals as the favorites.

Let’s look at these teams and others that could still make a run at the championship.

Outside of the Top 3 Teams: Super Bowl Odds

Outside of the top three teams currently favored to win the Super Bowl, there are the Rams, Baltimore Ravens, and the Dallas Cowboys. After that, you have the Green Bay Packers, the Kansas City Chiefs, and the Tennessee Titans.

The Titans (+1600) seemed like a decent longshot bet when they initially began their season. However, this year, they dominated the Chiefs (+1600) in their Week 7 regular season matchup, 27-3.

The Packers (+1100) started slow, getting shellacked in Week 1. However, quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been playing at the top of his game. Their game against the Arizona Cardinals could dramatically change this year’s Super Bowl odds.

The Cowboys (+1100) and Ravens (+1100) are getting the same odds, while the Rams (+800) are currently tied for third place for odds to win Super Bowl LVI.

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: Top Three Teams

The Arizona Cardinals (+800) are the only team left in the NFL that hasn’t lost a game this season. Their game against the Packers on Thursday night football will significantly impact their odds moving forward.

The Cardinals have the same odds as the Rams to win it all this year, but I think Arizona is a better football team when it comes to consistency.

Then there are the defending Super Bowl champions, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+500). With four touchdown passes last week, Tom Brady yet again proved that he’s the greatest of all time.

As long as Brady is around, his team will always be at the top of the list when it comes to Super Bowl contenders.

This year, however, the Bucs might have their work cut out for them. The Buffalo Bills (+500) are valued the same, and quarterback Josh Allen has shown himself to be of MVP caliber.

Which Team Will Win Super Bowl LVI?

Any of these teams have a decent shot at winning Super Bowl LVI. The biggest surprise this year, though, might be the Chiefs. Unfortunately, some of their losses have been abysmal.

Another surprise comes from the Cardinals, who have started their season with a 7-0 record. In Week 1, they were an underdog against the Titans. The Cardinals blew them out, 38-13, and they haven’t looked back since.

The Packers and Cowboys are two other teams that could make a surprise run at the Super Bowl this year. But, of course, Brady making the Super Bowl for the second year in a row wouldn’t surprise anybody.

I like the Cardinals this year. They are fun to watch, and you can tell that everybody on that team plays to win. That sort of mindset could be tough to beat when the playoffs start in the middle of January.

What do you think? Which team do you believe has the best odds to win Super Bowl LVI? Check out the latest online sports betting lines and place your wagers at BetMGM today.

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