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After their vanishing act on Super Bowl oddsboards earlier this season, the Kansas City Chiefs are back among the top contenders entering Week 13.

K.C.’s dominant 19-9 win over Dallas helped maintain its upward trajectory heading into last week’s bye. The Chiefs defense looked remarkably improved, allowing Dallas just three field goals. The Super Bowl futures market took notice, and the Chiefs are now the second betting favorite after Tampa Bay.

Here are the current Super Bowl odds as of Tuesday morning courtesy of DraftKings, FanDuel, and PointsBet.

Super Bowl LVI WinnerDraftKingsFanDuelPointsBet
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+500 +550 +500
Kansas City Chiefs +700 +700 +650
Buffalo Bills +750 +800 +750
Green Bay Packers +750 +750 +700
Arizona Cardinals +800 +800 +850
New England Patriots +1000 +1100 +1100
Dallas Cowboys +1000 +1200 +1200
LA Rams +1200 +1200 +1200
Baltimore Ravens +1200 +1100 +1100
Cincinnati Bengals +2800 +2800 +3300

NFL Super Bowl LVI Contenders (And Their Shortest Odds)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+500)

The Bucs outlasted the Colts, 38-31, in Indianapolis to cover their first road game ATS this season. Leonard Fournette led the way with four TDS. Ron Gronkowski appeared to be back to full strength with seven catches for 123 yards.

Kansas City Chiefs (+650)

The Chiefs enjoyed a Thanksgiving bye week. They host the Broncos on Sunday.

Green Bay Packers (+700)

Aaron Rodgers led the Packers to a 36-28 win over the L.A. Rams in a possible playoff preview. Rodgers threw for 300+ yards and two TDs while adding one TD on the ground. A well-timed bye week kicks in now, which will allow Rodgers to further recover from a broken toe.

Buffalo Bills (+750)

Buffalo looked stout in its 31-6 win on Thanksgiving at New Orleans. The Bills were atop Super Bowl oddsboards just two weeks ago, prior to getting humbled by the Colts at home, 41-15.

Arizona Cardinals (+800)

Coming off their bye week, the Cardinals take on the Bears in Chicago. It’s still not clear if starting QB Kyler Murray will return to the lineup.

New England Patriots (+1000)

Nobody has been playing better football than the Pats. New England drubbed Tennessee, 36-13, this past weekend. The Pats have won and covered six straight games.

Dallas Cowboys (+1000)

The Cowboys have dipped a bit after losing three of their last four, including consecutive losses to the Chiefs and Raiders. Dallas has a date with the Saints in New Orleans on Thursday.

L.A. Rams (+1200)

Despite three straight losses, the Rams are hanging around on these oddsboards. L.A. is offered 12-to-1 odds at all three sportsbooks.

Baltimore Ravens (+1100)

The Ravens have 19 players on the injured reserve, but they’ve found a way to win a pair of ugly games against the Bears and Browns the past two weeks.

Cincinnati Bengals (+2800)

Welcome the Bengals to the SB odds party! Cincinnati thrashed Pittsburgh, 41-10, to sweep the season series for the first time since 2009. The Bengals host the Chargers on Sunday.

Also read: NFL Week 13 Odds & Early Moves

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Kris Johnson

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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