Super Bowl 2022 Predictions – Who is going to win Super Bowl 2022?
There is no rest for the wicked in the sports betting industry. Minutes after the last piece of confetti fell from the sky at Raymond James Stadium, sportsbooks around the world were putting out Super Bowl LVI odds for bettors to dabble in. For most, the thought of having to wait an entire year to hopefully cash a futures ticket is asinine. For some, these Super Bowl numbers are some of the best odds you’ll get on certain teams as we head into an offseason that’s going to be filled with tons of moving pieces, especially at the quarterback position. With the draft, free agency, and training camps (where injuries happen) all yet to come, here are the way to early Super Bowl LVI odds for your betting pleasures.
Super Bowl LV Odds
Kansas City +500, Tampa Bay +900, Green Bay +1100, Buffalo +1200,
Perhaps on another day, the Chiefs would have been crowned Super Bowl Champions. Last night, it just wasn’t meant to be for them. The offensive line was decimated, and Patrick Mahomes was running for his life on every single play. The Bucs’ defense played a hell of a game, but don’t think for a second the Chiefs won’t be back in the Super Bowl at all. They are a young team, and they should be more motivated than ever to get back to the big game next February. With the trio of Mahomes, Hill and Kelce still leading the offense, they are rightfully the favorites heading into next year.
As for the Bucs, well… what can I say. At times, they showed signs of brilliance and other times they forgot how to play the game of football. They got hot at the right time as they finished the regular season on a four-game winning streak and then proceeded to win three road playoff games, two of which came against future HOF quarterbacks, before beating the third in the Super Bowl. Tom Brady said after the game that he’s coming back for another year. And with that, the Bucs’ chances of defending their title go up. The problem I see is that Brady will be another year older, the likes of Gronkowski and Brown may or may not be there next year, and the defense still leaves me asking questions. It’s hard enough to catch lightning in a bottle once, so defending a title is extremely unlikely.
The same can be said about the Packers. Before last season (right after the draft), I told everyone who would listen to me that Aaron Rodgers is going to mess around and win MVP just to spite the front office for drafting a quarterback instead of giving him some offensive help. He did just that. But at what cost? There seems to be a rift between him, and the coaches/coordinators, and I don’t think that’s something that can be overlooked. Rodgers could have another MVP season next year, but the chances are low. He’s a year older. And with all that mileage on his aging body, the odds say he won’t be as dominant again.
In terms of the Buffalo Bills, well, they should be right there contending in the AFC at the end of the season once again. They are expected to bring back most of their offense. And with Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs leading the way offensively, the Bills will be in good hands. You have to like their chances against the likes of the Ravens (can’t win playoff football), the Steelers (issues across the board) and the likes of Cleveland, Tennessee or Indianapolis. The Bills are definitely worth a look in this market.
LA Rams +1200, Baltimore +1600, San Francisco +1600, New Orleans +2000, Seattle +2000, Cleveland +2500, Indianapolis +2500, Tennessee +2800, Miami +3000, New England +3000, Dallas +3300, Pittsburgh +3300, LA Chargers +4000, Arizona +4500, Carolina +5000, Minnesota +5000, Atlanta +5500, Las Vegas +5500, Philadelphia +5500, Chicago +6000, Washington +6000.
If you’re looking to play a futures ticket, I believe this is the range in which you’d try to find a winner because the prices are justified. You have a bunch of playoff teams and division winners from last year, a few teams who were right on the cusp of cracking the playoffs, and a few teams that are expected to make a major leap next year. Some were disappointing and are hoping for a bounce-back season, while some (Philly, Dallas, Washington) have an easier path to cracking the playoffs because of the division they play in.
If I had to pick from this allotment of teams, the Rams and Cowboys are worth a shot. The Rams finally have a legitimate starting quarterback with Stafford joining the team from Detroit. He should add another element to the offense that Goff simply couldn’t bring. As for the Cowboys, as dumb as the pick sounds, you have to expect Dak to come back with vengeance. Elliott didn’t have a great season, and neither did the defense. If they can find a way to win despite Mike McCarthy, they could make some noise this season.
New York Giants +7000, Cincinnati +8000, Denver +8000, Houston +10000, Jacksonville +10000, New York Jets +10000, Detroit Lions +12500
I mean, come on. What’s the point? The Giants only have a shot because of the division they play in, but Dallas figures to bounce back next year and win the division. The Bengals have Joe Burrow. But how effective will he be coming back from an ACL injury? The Broncos don’t have a quarterback, the Texans’ quarterback wants out, and the Jags will likely have a rookie QB starting for them (albeit a good one in Trevor Lawrence). The Jets and Lions are the epitomy of terrible franchises. Therefore, save your money, even if you’re a fan of one of these seven teams.
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