The current Super Bowl LVI futures board features two-team pods with fairly similar odds from top to bottom. Looking past the Packers and the K.C. Chiefs, the Buffalo Bills and Tampa Bay Buccaneers offer significant value heading into the NFL’s divisional playoff round.
After those groupings, the Los Angeles Rams and Tennessee Titans are similarly priced, and the San Francisco 49ers and Cincinnati Bengals are relative longshots with double-digit odds.
Here are the Super Bowl LVI odds and contenders as of Tuesday morning. As always, shop around the various sportsbooks for the best price for your wagers.
|Super Bowl LVI Winner||DraftKings||FanDuel||PointsBet|
|Kansas City Chiefs||+120||+125||+120|
|San Francisco 49ers||+450||+450||+475|
NFL Super Bowl 2022 Contenders (And Their Shortest Odds)
Green Bay Packers (+350)
The Packers are coming off a bye week by virtue of their No. 1 seed. Green Bay hosts San Francisco at Lambeau Field in Saturday primetime. Aaron Rodgers has never defeated San Francisco in the NFL playoffs. The Northern California native is 0-3 against the 49ers in the postseason.
Kansas City Chiefs (+380)
The Chiefs started slowly against the Steelers, but K.C.’s 41-21 victory helped it cover the biggest spread in wildcard round history at -12.5. That sets up a massive showdown with the Bills in a rematch of last year’s AFC Championship Game.
Buffalo Bills (+500)
The Bills lost that AFC title game to the Chiefs but dealt K.C. a 38-20 loss early in this regular season at Arrowhead Stadium. Buffalo dismantled New England, 47-17, in the wildcard round. Is it time for a changing of the guard in the AFC? We’ll see Sunday night.
Also read: Bills vs. Chiefs odds
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+550)
The Bucs easily advanced to the divisional round with a 31-15 win over Philly that was never in question. Tampa Bay suffered some injuries along the offensive line, though, and Brady was sacked four times. That could be problematic against the Rams with Aaron Donald and Co. traveling to Tampa Bay for Sunday’s early game.
L.A. Rams (+700)
The Rams overwhelmed Kyler Murray and the Cardinals in a 34-11 win on Monday night. L.A. also beat Tampa Bay, 34-24, in Week 3 of the regular season. That game was played at SoFi Stadium, which will host Super Bowl LVI on Feb. 13. The Rams could be the second consecutive team to win the Super Bowl on home turf after Tampa Bay became the first to do so last year.
Also read: Rams vs. Bucs odds
Tennessee Titans (+850)
The Titans may be the AFC’s top seed, but they are the proverbial wildcard heading into the divisional round, where they host the Bengals. Derrick Henry is expected to play for the first time since fracturing his foot on Halloween. Will the star running back be at full strength after more than two months on the shelf? The answer to that question could go a long way in determining Tennessee’s Super Bowl chances.
San Francisco 49ers (+1000)
The 49ers did the deed at Dallas with an impressive 23-17 victory. Can they replicate that type of performance at Lambeau Field? The weather forecast calls for snow early Saturday in Green Bay. The evening looks relatively tame for this game.
Also check: 49ers at Packers odds
Cincinnati Bengals (+1200)
The Bengals are the longest shot left on the board. Cincinnati’s 27-20 win over Las Vegas as 6-point favorites gave the home fans two big reasons to celebrate. After their first postseason win in 31 years, Cincy travels to Tennessee for the first playoff game of the weekend. If you believe in the Bengals and want to back them, note the juicier Super Bowl odds offered above at DraftKings and FanDuel.