NFL Week 13 is in the books and like what happens after every week, Super Bowl odds shift making some teams favorites and others underdogs. Check out a list of current Super Bowl odds as well as an analysis of those odds.
Updated Super Bowl Odds Heading Into Week 14 of the 2021 Season
Super Bowl LVI
- When: Sunday, Feb. 13, 2022
- Where: SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, CA
- TV / Streaming: NBC
Updated Super Bowl LVI Odds
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers +450
- Kansas City Chiefs +560
- New England Patriots +630
- Green Bay Packers +660
- Arizona Cardinals +660
- Buffalo Bills +950
- Los Angeles Rams +1075
- Dallas Cowboys +1100
- Baltimore Ravens +1300
- Tennessee Titans +1975
- Los Angeles Chargers +2000
- Indianapolis Colts +3000
- Cincinnati Bengals +3500
- San Francisco 49ers +4400
- Cleveland Browns +4800
- Philadelphia Eagles +7500
- Pittsburgh Steelers +8000
- Washington Football Team +8000
- Denver Broncos +11000
- Minnesota Vikings +11000
- Las Vegas Raiders +13000
- New Orleans Saints +17000
- Miami Dolphins +22000
- Seattle Seahawks +26000
- Carolina Panthers +40000
- Atlanta Falcons +65000
- New York Giants +75000
- Chicago Bears +100000
- Jacksonville Jaguars +300000
- New York Jets +300000
- Detroit Lions +300000
After victories, Kansas City, Tampa Bay, and Arizona remain top choices
KC beat the Denver Broncos, Tampa dominated the rival Atlanta Falcons on the road, and Arizona bested the Bears.
The Buccaneers odds fell to +450, making them a solid favorite to win a second straight Super Bowl. Tom Brady and his teammates were in playoff form in the 30-17 victory over the Falcons.
Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs played an excellent game when beating the Broncos 22-9. Mahomes didn’t rush once while the defense continued its second half surge by holding Denver to under 10 points.
Kyler Murray returned to the field to lead the Cardinals to a 33-22 win over the Bears. The victory pushed AZ’s record to 10-2. Arizona might be an overlay at +660 considering one of their losses was to top NFC squad Green Bay and the other was against Carolina without DeAndre Hopkins and Murray stepping onto the field.
Rams get back on the winning track but still have work to do
Finally, the Los Angeles Rams offense got on track. But before we starting singing the praises of Matthew Stafford and his mates, we must consider that LAR dusted the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The Rams beat the Jags 37-7. Facing the Jaguars at home and dropping 37 is a far cry from beating the rival Arizona Cardinals, which is what the Rams must do in NFL Week 14.
At their current Super Bowl 56 odds, LAR is a play against.
Colts remain the top overlay to win the Super Bowl
There’s a month left in the season, which is why it’s interesting that Indianapolis is a +3000 underdog to win the Super Bowl.
The Colts have plenty of games left to catch the Tennessee Titans. The Titans, the AFC’s current second seed, headed into their bye on a 2-game losing streak.
Indianapolis and Tennessee have tough remaining schedules. But based on recent games, the Colts are in a much better position than the Titans. Give the Colts a long look and if you agree, bet soon.
Indianapolis’ next game is versus 1-seed New England on Dec. 18. If the Colts end the Pats winning streak, their odds will dive.
After Monday night victory over the Bills, Patriots odds drop from +840 to +630
Speaking of the Patriots, Bill Belichick’s squad did a number on the Buffalo Bills in the NFL Week 13 Monday night game. The Pats not only beat the Bills 14-10, but they did so with Mac Jones throwing 3 passes.
You read that right. Jones threw 3 passes and the Patriots still managed to win a road game versus a top Super Bowl contender. Because of their efforts, New England’s odds fell to +630, which makes Belichick’s team the third choice to win rings.
Buffalo’s odds rose to +950 from +710. Although the Bills remain a solid team, they don’t seem to have what it takes to win the Super Bowl.
Buffalo figures to lose at least 2 of their remaining 5 games. The fact they’re 7-5 means the Bills may not make the playoffs.