Oddsmakers at Caesars Sportsbook have released look-ahead lines for the remaining possible Super Bowl LVI matchups, with tight point spreads posted on all four potential games.
The odds suggest the 2022 Super Bowl will be competitive, with only one matchup featuring a spread larger than a field goal. The Rams have been installed as 3.5-point favorites over the Bengals. At -175 on the moneyline, L.A. is the largest projected favorite on the board, and Cincinnati (+150) the biggest underdog when it comes to potential matchups.
The total is set as high as 52 for Chiefs-Rams down to just 49 for Bengals-49ers.
Here are the odds for all four potential games offered at Caesars as of Tuesday, Jan. 25. Shop around the betting market for the best odds for your plays.
Super Bowl LVI Look-Ahead Lines (Spreads, Moneylines, Totals)
San Francisco 49ers +2.5 +125 O50
Kansas City Chiefs -2.5 -145 U50
San Francisco 49ers -1.5 -125 O49
Cincinnati Bengals +1.5 +105 U49
Los Angeles Rams -3.5 -175 O51.5
Cincinnati Bengals +3.5 +150 U51.5
Los Angeles Rams +1.5 +105 O52
Kansas City Chiefs -1.5 -125 U52
How Will Conference Championships Affect The Odds?
If chalk prevails on Championship Sunday, the Chiefs are projected as 1.5-point favorites over the Rams. Should the underdog Bengals and 49ers both find ways to win this weekend, San Francisco is favored by 1.5 points over Cincy.
There’s only an 10.81% probability of that happening based on current moneyline odds at DraftKings. But it’s worth noting that the 49ers are 2-0 against the Rams this season and have beaten their divisional rivals in six straight meetings. The Bengals defeated the Chiefs in their only meeting this year, 34-31 in Week 17.
Of course, these lines could shift based on how they are bet and how these teams perform Sunday.
There is the potential for Super Bowl rematches depending how the conference championship games play out this weekend. The 49ers beat the Bengals, 26-21, in Super Bowl XVI in 1982. Seven years later, San Francisco prevailed over Cincy again, 20-16.
There could also be a rematch of the Super Bowl played just two years ago, should the 49ers and Chiefs win this weekend. Kansas City beat San Francisco, 31-20, in Super Bowl LIV.