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Titans RB Derrick Henry is expected to return for the playoffs. (Photo by David Rosenblum/Icon Sportswire)

After securing the No. 1 seed in the AFC, the Tennessee Titans moved closer to the top of Super Bowl 2022 oddsboards across the sports betting industry, including at DraftKings, FanDuel, and PointsBet.

They are still, however, not the favorites to represent the AFC on February 13 in Los Angeles. The Chiefs and Bills are both priced ahead of Tennessee.

The Titans were offered at 12-to-1 odds at all three books last week, but PointsBet is dealing them at +800 entering the playoffs. Tennessee is +850 at both DraftKings and FanDuel.

The Titans have been without RB Derrick Henry since Week 8, including in their 28-25 conference-clinching win over Houston on Sunday, but Henry is expected to be back from a broken foot and in the starting lineup for the playoffs. Tennessee’s bye week helps the cause before the Titans host a divisional playoff round game on January 22, 2022.

Here are the Super Bowl LVI odds and contenders as of Monday morning. As always, shop around the various sportsbooks for the best price for your wagers.

Super Bowl LVI WinnerDraftKingsFanDuelPointsBet
Green Bay Packers+380 +380 +375
Kansas City Chiefs +450 +450 +450
Buffalo Bills +750 +750 +700
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+800 +750 +900
Tennessee Titans +850 +850 +800
L.A. Rams +1000 +950 +800
Dallas Cowboys +1200 +1100 +1100
Cincinnati Bengals +1600 +1700 +1600
San Francisco 49ers+2000 +2100 +2700
New England Patriots +2200 +2200 +2200
Arizona Cardinals+2500+2100+1800

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

Green Bay Packers (+375)

The Packers lost a meaningless game against the Lions at Lambeau Field in Week 18. Green Bay is still the favorite to hoist the Lombardi Trophy next month.

Kansas City Chiefs (+450)

The Chiefs are the AFC’s No. 2 seed after a 28-24 win at Denver. K.C. and Tennessee both finished the regular season with 12-5 records. The Titans owned the tiebreaker thanks to their 27-3 win over the Chiefs during the regular season. The Chiefs are large favorites over the Steelers in the Wild-Card Round,

Buffalo Bills (+700)

The Bills host the Patriots on Saturday night. The forecast calls for some snow and winds between 5-10 mph. Nothing close to the conditions that prevailed in New England’s 14-10 win at Buffalo last month.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+750)

Tom Brady and the Bucs host the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday. DraftKings is dealing Philadelphia at +6000 to win SuperBowl LVI. The Bucs defeated Philly, 28-22, back in October.

L.A. Rams (+800)

The Rams coughed up a 17-point lead to San Francisco on Sunday and dropped to the fourth seed. L.A. hosts the Cardinals in the NFL’s first Monday night playoff game. Arizona also lost their regular-season final, allowing the Rams to win the NFC West.

Dallas Cowboys (+1100)

Dallas, the No. 3 seed, scored a blowout victory in Philadelphia on Saturday. The Cowboys rekindle an old rivalry with the San Francisco 49ers in the opening round of the playoffs.

Cincinnati Bengals (+1600)

Cincinnati was without several key players, including QB Joe Burrow, in Sunday’s loss at Cleveland. The Bengals host the Raiders on Saturday. Cincinnati blew out the Raiders, 32-13, at Las Vegas during the regular season.

Arizona Cardinals (+1800)

The Cardinals have won just one of their last five games heading into the playoffs. That doesn’t bode well heading into this weekend’s clash with the L.A. Rams.

San Francisco 49ers (+2000)

The 49ers came back to win against the Rams, 27-24, to clinch a spot in the tournament. San Francisco is the No. 6 seed and plays at Dallas on Sunday afternoon.

New England Patriots (+2200)

The Pats were as low as +1500 on Super Bowl oddsboards last week. New England lost to Miami, 33-24, on Sunday. The Pats face the Bills on Saturday night. The teams split the regular season series.

Also read: Wild-Card Odds And Early Moves

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