DraftKings Super Bowl Odds: Packers Favored But Nicely Priced At The Sportsbook

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Aaron Jones and the Packers are favored to win Super Bowl LVI. (Photo by Larry Radloff/Icon Sportswire)

With Super Bowl LVI a little more than a month away, the Green Bay Packers are at the top of Super Bowl 2022 oddsboards across the sports betting industry, including at DraftKings, FanDuel, and PointsBet.

The Packers (13-3) have secured the No. 1 playoff seed in the NFC, assuring them a bye week and the luxury of playing at Lambeau Field throughout the playoffs. Green Bay closes out the regular season with a home game against the Lions, and the starters will reportedly play against Detroit.

QB Aaron Rodgers is in prime position to capture his second consecutive NFL MVP award, and Green Bay is a worthy favorite to win Super Bowl LVI.

Here are the odds at all three sportsbooks as of Tuesday. For bettors who believe in the Packers, DraftKings offers a nice price at +400. As always, shop around various sportsbooks for the best odds for your wagers.

Super Bowl LVI WinnerDraftKingsFanDuelPointsBet
Green Bay Packers+400 +380 +375
Kansas City Chiefs +500 +500 +500
Buffalo Bills +750 +750 +800
L.A. Rams+850 +950 +850
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +900 +750 +700
Dallas Cowboys +1100 +1200 +1200
Tennessee Titans +1200 +1200 +1200
New England Patriots +1600 +1700 +1500
Indianapolis Colts +1800 +2100 +2000
Cincinnati Bengals +2000 +2000 +1600
Arizona Cardinals+2000+1700+1800

Other NFL Super Bowl 2022 Contenders (And Their Shortest Odds)

Kansas City Chiefs (+500)

The Chiefs (11-5) lost control of the AFC’s No. 1 seed with a 34-31 loss at Cincinnati on Sunday. K.C. still has the respect of oddsmakers as the second betting favorite in the Super Bowl futures market.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+700)

Tom Brady and the Bucs (12-4) are now without two big bullets at the WR position in Chris Godwin (IR/ACL) and Antonio Brown, who was released on Sunday after abruptly leaving the Bucs-Jets game. Brady still has several weapons at his disposal, including Mike Evans and Rob Gronkowski, but this playoff push will be more difficult due to injury and idiocy.

Buffalo Bills (+750)

The Bills (10-6) sealed their third straight playoff berth with a 29-14 win over Atlanta. Buffalo is currently the fourth seed in the AFC. The Bills could rise as high as the No. 2 seed or fall as low as the No. 7 seed based on how Sunday’s games play out.

L.A. Rams (+850)

L.A.’s 20-19 win at Baltimore vaulted it to the No. 2 seed. The Rams (12-4) capture the NFC West title with a win at home over San Francisco on Sunday.    

Dallas Cowboys (+1100)

Dallas (11-5) stubbed its toe in a 25-22 home loss to Arizona, but the Cowboys are still poised to make a playoff run. The NFC East champs have been buoyed by an improved defense in the second half of the season. That needs to continue in the postseason for this Super Bowl bet to cash.

Tennessee Titans (+1200)

Tennessee (11-5) is in an enviable position, just needing a win at Houston on Sunday to capture the AFC’s No. 1 seed. The Titans are also expected to have star RB Derrick Henry back for the playoffs. Tennessee looks like a top darkhorse contender, and there’s plenty of value at 12-to-1 odds in the current market.

New England Patriots (+1500)

The Pats (10-6) hammered the Jags, 50-10, to clinch their first playoff berth since 2019. There is a multi-pronged scenario that could see New England capture the No. 1 seed, but it’s highly unlikely.

Cincinnati Bengals (+1600)

Cincinnati is peaking at the proper time. The 34-31 win over Kansas City helped the Bengals (10-6) capture their first AFC North title since 2015. Similar to Tennessee, Cincy looks like a legitimate longshot to win Super Bowl LVI.

Arizona Cardinals (+1700)

The Cardinals (11-5) have secured a playoff spot and still have an outside chance of capturing the NFC West crown. Arizona snapped a three-game losing streak with a 25-22 win at Dallas on Sunday.

Indianapolis Colts (+1800)

The Colts (9-7) still control their playoff destiny after losing to the Raiders in Week 17. Indy just needs to beat lowly Jacksonville to advance to the postseason.

Also read: Cowboys-Eagles Spread Swings With Dallas Starters Slated To Play | Updated 2022 NFL Playoff Odds

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Kris Johnson

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Kris Johnson is a senior writer at Gaming Today with more than 15 years of experience as a sports journalist. Johnson's work has appeared in Sports Business Daily, Sports Business Journal, NASCAR Illustrated, and other publications. He also authored a sports betting novel titled The Endgame.

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