Super Bowl 57 Betting Odds and Early Predictions

Super Bowl 57 Betting Predictions

NFL training camps officially get underway later this month. Next month will bring preseason games, while the 2022-23 regular season will finally kick off on Thursday, September 8th. The reigning champion Los Angeles Rams will welcome the Buffalo Bills to SoFi Stadium in a potential Super Bowl 57 preview.

The NFL’s offseason often feels interminable, but, at long last, we can now see the finish line. While the big game itself won’t come around until February 12th of next year, it’s never too early to start thinking about Super Bowl 57 odds. In fact, top NFL betting sites have had Super Bowl 57 betting odds available since the Rams knocked off the Cincinnati Bengals to clinch Super Bowl 56 just a few months ago. We’ve seen the odds shift considerably over the past few months.

Now that the dust has largely settled on the offseason, though, we have a pretty good idea as to which teams will open the campaign among the betting favorites to lift the Lombardi Trophy early next year.

Here’s how the updated Super Bowl 57 odds shake out as of July 11th:

Super Bowl 57 Betting Odds

Teams Odds
Buffalo Bills (+600)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+700)
Green Bay Packers (+1000)
Kansas City Chiefs (+1000)
Los Angeles Rams (+1100)
Los Angeles Chargers (+1400)
San Francisco 49ers (+1600)
Denver Broncos (+1600)
Dallas Cowboys (+1800)
Baltimore Ravens (+2200)
Cincinnati Bengals (+2200)
Indianapolis Colts (+2200)
Philadelphia Eagles (+2500)
Cleveland Browns (+2800)
Tennessee Titans (+3500)
Arizona Cardinals (+3500)
Las Vegas Raiders (+4000)
Miami Dolphins (+4000)
New England Patriots (+5000)
New Orleans Saints (+5000)
Minnesota Vikings (+5000)
Washington Commanders (+7000)
Pittsburgh Steelers (+9000)
New York Giants (+13000)
Carolina Panthers (+13000)
Jacksonville Jaguars (+13000)
New York Jets (+13000)
Detroit Lions (+15000)
Seattle Seahawks (+15000)
Chicago Bears (+15000)
Atlanta Falcons (+20000)
Houston Texans (+25000)

Preseason Super Bowl 57 Betting Odds

Buffalo Bills (+650 -> +600)

One of the teams set to hit the field on opening night will be favored to win Super Bowl 57, and it won’t be the same team that won Super Bowl 56. The Buffalo Bills, who haven’t appeared in a Super Bowl since the mid-1990s, have been listed as the betting favorites to win it all next year since the Super Bowl 57 odds opened in the spring.

In fact, their odds have improved from +650 to +600 since our most recent update.

Josh Allen nearly led Buffalo to a remarkable come-from-behind victory over Kansas City in last year’s AFC Divisional Round, only to lose in overtime without ever touching the ball. The memorable game even prompted the NFL to tweak its OT rules in order to grant both teams a chance at possession starting in 2022-23.

The Bills’ biggest offseason addition was former Super Bowl MVP Von Miller, who inked a lucrative deal to come over from the Rams. The 33-year-old may no longer be in the prime of his career, but he did record five sacks in eight regular-season games for LA a season ago.

Please Note:
Miller added another four sacks in the Rams’ playoff run, including a pair against Joe Burrow and the Bengals in Super Bowl 56.

As long as Allen stays healthy, the Bills belong among the Super Bowl 57 favorites. There is an absurd amount of talent on both sides of the football here, and I don’t expect the offense to suffer at all in spite of the departure of offensive coordinator Brian Daboll.

Los Angeles Chargers (+1600 -> +1400)

As was the case last year around this time, the Los Angeles Chargers are starting to emerge as a dark-horse contender. The Bolts’ Super Bowl 57 odds have improved from +1600 to +1400, as of this writing, and there’s a chance they come down even further between now and Week 1.

It’s fair to assume the Chargers’ front office has been motivated by the Rams’ triumph in last year’s Super Bowl. LAC has been desperately trying to build a contender and a new fanbase in their new city, though they’re still the Clippers to the Rams’ Lakers in town, as of now.

The Chargers are certainly going for it. You don’t sign JC Jackson or trade for Khalil Mack if you don’t have a Super Bowl challenge in mind. LA’s offense around Justin Herbert was already incredibly talented.

The team retained big-play threat Mike Williams, while Gerald Everett was signed to replace the departed Hunter Henry at tight end. There are legitimate superstars on both sides of the ball just about everywhere you look on this roster these days.

Whether all that talent translates to immediate success remains to be seen. The Chargers didn’t even make the playoffs last year, so winning a Super Bowl next season would be quite a dramatic turnaround. The Bolts have still made the playoffs just once in five seasons since moving north from San Diego in 2017.

San Francisco 49ers (+1400 -> +1600)

Now that Baker Mayfield has found a new home, all eyes will turn to Jimmy Garoppolo. It sure looked as though Jimmy G’s time with the 49ers was coming to an end after the team traded up for Trey Lance in the 2021 draft. However, Garoppolo is still on the Niners’ payroll after helping the team reach the NFC Championship Game in an unexpected fashion a season ago.

Lance is almost surely the team’s QB of the future, but we don’t yet know whether San Francisco is ready to hand the second-year passer the keys to the offense. Garoppolo is more of a game manager than a future MVP, but the 49ers have proven over the past few years you can win with him under center.

The 49ers balked at trading Jimmy G. before the draft, however, and it’s worth wondering where his value is at this point.

Please Note:
There are still several teams out there in need of an upgrade at the most important position on the field, but Carolina looked like the best landing spot. Now, we’ll have to see whether the 49ers and QB-needy Seahawks are willing to potentially do business despite their status as NFC West rivals.

San Francisco has one of the most well-rounded rosters in football, but the uncertainty of their quarterback situation has caused their Super Bowl 57 odds to dip a bit over the past few months.

Cleveland Browns (+1700 -> +2800)

To say the Browns’ offseason has been a head-scratcher would be an understatement. Back in March, Cleveland traded six future draft picks – including three first-rounders – to Houston in exchange for former Pro Bowl QB Deshaun Watson. The Browns then immediately inked Watson to a lucrative five-year, $230 million contract extension.

That’s the largest contract in NFL history, yet the Browns may or may not even have Watson on the field to begin the upcoming season. Watson has faced over 20 sexual misconduct allegations and lawsuits over the past few years, but the Browns claimed to have done their homework on his background before making the blockbuster deal.

However, it seems incredibly likely the Browns’ QB1 will be unavailable for much, if not all, of next season. In June, word leaked that the NFL is reportedly looking to suspend Watson for at least all of the 2022-23 campaign.

Last week:
The Browns traded disgruntled former Rookie of the Year Baker Mayfield to Carolina. That leaves Jacoby Brissett as the likely starter for Cleveland for as long as Watson is inevitably suspended. Brissett has acquitted himself decently as a backup over the years, but he’s nowhere near the caliber of Watson as a player.

Needless to say, it’s easy to see why the Browns’ Super Bowl 57 betting odds have tanked hard since our last update. You can now get Cleveland at +2800 to win it all next season after they rose to +1700 immediately after the controversial Watson trade.

Cincinnati Bengals (+1800 -> +2200)

The other Ohio team, the Bengals, has also seen its Super Bowl 57 odds trend in the wrong direction. Cincinnati, of course, fell in a close one to the Rams in Super Bowl 56, but bettors and oddsmakers are skeptical of this team’s chances to get back to the top of the AFC in 2023.

The Bengals came out of nowhere last season. Cincy was viewed by most as a team on the rise, but prognosticators figured legitimate Super Bowl contention was still a ways off. With a young head coach, a young quarterback, and a largely inexperienced offense, it felt as though the Bengals would have been lucky to challenge for a Wild Card spot in 2021-22. Of course, we know what happened after that. Joe Burrow looked no worse for the wear after suffering a torn ACL midway through his rookie season.

Rookie wideout Ja’Marr Chase quickly silenced his doubters and produced one of the most prolific seasons we’ve ever seen from a first-year player. The former LSU Tigers connected on 81 passes for 1,455 yards and 13 touchdowns in the regular season alone.

Cincinnati made it all the way to the Super Bowl despite a shoddy offensive line. The team’s brass has worked hard to try and upgrade Burrow’s protection this offseason, however, adding all of La’el Collins, Ted Karras, and Alex Cappa in free agency.

This group looks better on paper, but whether the line is actually improved still remains to be seen.

The Bengals’ declining Super Bowl 57 odds can likely be chalked up to bettors’ skepticism. We haven’t seen a Super Bowl loser (other than New England) return to the big game in the very next season since the Bills lost every Super Bowl between 1991 and 1994. Cincinnati seems to be a team on the rise, but there is an awful lot of parity in the NFL.

Post 2022 NFL Draft Odds

Los Angeles Rams (+1200 -> +1000)

The Rams are the defending league champs, so it’s a bit surprising to see Los Angeles down the list a bit when it comes to Super Bowl 57 odds. LA entered the draft with the fifth-best odds of any team to repeat as champions, but they came out of it tied with Kansas City and Green Bay for the third-best odds at +1000.

Of course, anybody that follows the NFL knows exactly what the Rams’ brass thinks of draft picks.

Los Angeles has gladly traded the chance to get younger in exchange for established veterans ever since moving back from St. Louis several years ago. This team has not drafted in the first round since trading up to get Jared Goff back in 2016. They aren’t scheduled to pick in the first round again until 2024, which is a remarkable streak.

While Los Angeles may not have added any premium picks, it’s not like the team exited the 2022 draft empty-handed. After losing Andrew Whitworth to retirement and Austin Corbett to free agency, the Rams used their first pick (No. 104 overall) on Wisconsin guard Logan Bruss. Bruss figures to compete for a starting job right away with former third-rounder Bobby Evans. LA subsequently added Michigan State tackle, AJ Arcuri, with a seventh-rounder.

The Rams also lost a starting corner in Darious Williams to free agency, so it came as little surprise to see LA nab a potential replacement in the fourth round in Decobie Durant. The Rams actually used four of their eight picks on defensive backs, which was a clear area of focus after the team was forced to get Eric Weddle out of retirement due to a lack of depth ahead of last year’s playoffs. LA also added former Notre Dame running back Kyren Williams, who figures to be of use as a third-down, pass-catching option out of the backfield right away.

The Rams’ Super Bowl 57 odds improved slightly because LA wisely used their picks to address some of their few areas of need. This is one of the most loaded teams in football, and they certainly belong amongst the betting favorites again in 2022-23.

Cincinnati Bengals (+2200 -> +1800)

The reigning AFC champions aren’t getting much respect from oddsmakers early on. Cincinnati has an incredibly young team, which is what made their run to Super Bowl 56 such a surprise. As you can see, NFL betting sites are not confident in the Bengals’ chances to repeat as conference champions, let alone to win it all next year.

Cincinnati had just six picks in this year’s draft, the first of which didn’t come around until 31st overall.

That was a dramatic, and welcome, change for a team that has annually picked near the top of the draft in recent years. The Bengals used that first selection to grab Michigan safety Daxton Hill, who is almost a lock to begin the season as a starter. His versatility and athleticism are his strongest attributes.

The Bengals continued to fortify the secondary in the second round with ex-Nebraska corner Cam Taylor-Britt. Cincy actually traded up a few spots to get him, which bodes well for his chances to contribute from day one. Taylor-Britt ran a 4.38 40-yard dash at the NFL combine, and you can never have enough speed these days.

Pass protection has been the Bengals’ biggest weakness since Joe Burrow arrived. The Bengals did well to address the obvious need in free agency before taking North Dakota State OL Cordell Volson in the fourth round. Volson is capable of playing any spot up front, which makes him a useful cog for a team that needs as much depth as it can possibly get in the trenches.

In all, five of Cincinnati’s six picks were on defense. The AFC is the stronger of the two conferences in terms of depth next year, which is part of the reason the Bengals face such distant Super Bowl 57 odds. Still, we just saw last season what this team is capable of doing, against all odds.

Baltimore Ravens (+2500 -> +2200)

The Baltimore Ravens’ Super Bowl 57 odds improved from +2500 to +2200. That may not sound like a monumental shift, but the Ravens, by most accounts, had one of the better drafts of any team last weekend.

Baltimore got excellent value for receiver Marquise Brown, who was surprisingly shipped to Arizona in exchange for a first-rounder. The Ravens then used that pick, No. 25 overall, on Iowa center Tyler Linderbaum, who should help to fill one of the team’s self-described “points of emphasis.” Some in the know said Linderbaum would’ve been a top-five pick if he were a bit taller, which seems like a pretty silly reason to let a guy drop 20 spots in the draft. Earlier in the first, Baltimore selected what the team deemed to be the best player available in Notre Dame safety Kyle Hamilton at No. 14.

While the Ravens missed out on the chance to grab Jordan Davis, they felt Hamilton was too good of a player to pass up. Mel Kiper had him ranked as the fourth overall prospect in the class, so it’s hard to fault them for that despite safety not being a glaring area of need.

In the second round, Baltimore took a chance on Michigan edge rusher David Ojabo, who only fell to 45th because he tore his Achilles several weeks ago. Ojabo was a no-brainer first-rounder before the injury. Ojabo likely won’t return to the field in time to help the Ravens in their quest to win it all next season, but the value on this pick is potentially incredible.

In the third round:
Baltimore took UConn defensive tackle Travis Jones. Kiper believes Jones would’ve been a top-20 pick had he played at a more prominent school. Again, that’s a very silly reason for a player to nosedive in the draft, but the Ravens gladly took advantage.

After getting so many steals, we can give the Ravens a pass for using a fourth-rounder on a punter. This team is still only three years removed from finishing with the best regular-season record in the NFL, which makes their current +2200 Super Bowl 57 odds look awfully interesting.

Where is Super Bowl 57?

The Super Bowl to complete the 2022-23 NFL season, aka Super Bowl 57 (or Super Bowl LVII for the Roman numeral fans), will take place at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. It’s a stadium that also hosted the game back in 2015. Overall, four Super Bowls have been held in Arizona, which offers the ideal climate for football action in February.

Please Note:
The game will take place on February 12, 2023. It’s a game that will be broadcast by the Fox television network, which owns the rights. They’ll also be in charge of the streaming rights for those who want to watch in that fashion.

We don’t know yet who will be playing in that game, of course. But it is an ideal time to speculate, what with the fetching futures odds on the Super Bowl that you can get at this time. Read on to find out where the 32 NFL teams stand right not in terms of their odds on winning Super 57 next year.

Odds courtesy of MyBookie and are based on that team winning Super Bowl 57.

AFC East

Buffalo Bills

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Recapping the 2021-22 Season: The Bills once again tore through the AFC East, as Josh Allen and the offense were buoyed by an improved defense. It all ended in heartbreak thanks to a lost coin flip that never gave them a chance in the thrilling overtime loss to the Chiefs.

Key Questions for Next Season: Will they get Tre’Davious White back healthy? Although the secondary played well in the absence of the star corner, they were exposed by the Chiefs when it counted most.

Are They Worth the Bet? –  They’re the co-favorites with their budding rival Chiefs to win it all. You’re not getting a ton of value, but they certainly make sense as a chalky choice.

Miami Dolphins

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Recapping the 2021-22 Season: The Dolphins were awful for half the year and then caught fire once the schedule eased up, largely thanks to an attacking defense. But they couldn’t seal the deal in the final games of the year and missed the postseason.

Key Questions for Next Season: Will whoever winds up as head coach be able to coax more out of Tua Tagavailoa? Entering his third year, Tua has been lapped by other young quarterbacks early on when it comes to development.

Are They Worth the Bet? – It feels like they’re headed for a hangover season after the disastrous decision to let go of Brian Flores. You can probably steer clear of them even at fetching odds.

New England Patriots

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Recapping the 2021-22 Season: The Pats played it conservative on offense with rookie quarterback Mac Jones and let their strong defense do a lot of the heavy lifting. It wasn’t enough to get by the Patriots in the division or the playoffs, but it was still a lot better than most expected.

Key Questions for Next Season: Will Mac Jones take the next step in his second year? New England has to get to a point where they win a game coming from behind, which will require Jones to be able to open it up.

Are They Worth the Bet? – Getting by Buffalo isn’t going to be easy. But if you’re going to go with a mid-priced team like this, backing Bill Belichick is never a bad idea.

New York Jets

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Recapping the 2021-22 Season: New coach Robert Saleh definitely seemed to coax some more fight out of the Jets, as they won some games they shouldn’t have and just missed in a couple others. Some young playmakers were unearthed on both sides of the ball to give hope for the future.

Key Questions for Next Season: Can Zach Wilson shake off his ugly rookie year. Young quarterbacks tend to progress much quicker these days than they used to do, which means Big Apple fans might not be too patient with more growing pains from Wilson.

Are They Worth the Bet? – The Bengals quick ascension might make a lot of the long shots on this list look enticing. But let’s be realistic here.

AFC North

Baltimore Ravens

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Recapping the 2021-22 Season: Baltimore started the year very well behind a feisty defense and Lamar Jackson’s best ever passing numbers. But both Jackson and the defense then were banged up, and the Ravens plummeted to six straight losses to end the year.

Key Questions for Next Season: How much work is needed on the defense? Maybe just getting healthy will help them out, as the Ravens suffered perhaps the worst injury luck of any other team in 2021-22. Or maybe it’s a matter of talent.

Are They Worth the Bet? – If the luck turns around and they’re able to run the ball again with their best running backs back in the fold, Baltimore could surge quickly. They can’t put it all on Jackson and expect him to last through the season.

Cincinnati Bengals

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Recapping the 2021-22 Season: Well, the story hasn’t been completely told yet, obviously, but what a tale it’s been so far. Joe Burrow came back from injury like he never left, the defense improved with an influx of veterans, and their playoff run has been edge-of-your-seat and magical.

Key Questions for Next Season: Can they beef up the offensive line? Going into the Super Bowl, that’s the one area where they seem to be at a bit of a disadvantage against their opponents.

Are They Worth the Bet? –  With Burrow another year removed from injury, the scary part is that the offensive could be even better. And they’re in the midst of a division in flux, so next year they could be playing more home playoff games.

Cleveland Browns

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Recapping the 2021-22 Season: After their magical run at the end of 2020-21, the Browns crashed and burned after a decent start to the season. Their main culprit was the offense, which suffered due to a banged-up offensive line that slowed the power running game, which then exposed issues in the passing game.

Key Questions for Next Season: What do the Browns do about Baker Mayfield? Maybe you could write his awful season off to injuries, or maybe he is just not the guy to lead a team that doesn’t have all its other ducks in a row.

Are They Worth the Bet? – Let’s see if they can turn it around with a bit more health. They are just a year removed from being one of the best teams in the league at the end of the year, which makes those 32-1 odds intriguing.

Pittsburgh Steelers

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Recapping the 2021-22 Season: The Steelers are to be credited with gutting their way into the playoffs in Ben Roethlisberger’s final year. With the exception of their pass rush and record-setter T.J. Watt, and perhaps the secondary play, they were below average in every other area.

Key Questions for Next Season: Who will take over for Big Ben? Roethlisberger’s play had deteriorated over the past few seasons, so the bar isn’t as high as you might think. Will they address it via the draft or go for a veteran to make for a quicker transition.

Are They Worth the Bet? – The defense still has a ton of talent, but the offense could be in complete disarray. It will be odd to see them going into a season with such low expectations.

AFC South

Houston Texans

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Recapping the 2021-22 Season: To their credit, the Texans weren’t the worst team in the league, which most people expected they would be. One-and-done coach David Culley coaxed some good efforts here and there from a team that was outmanned most games.

Key Questions for Next Season: What will be the outcome of the Deshaun Watson situation be? It’s hard to see the Texans taking many steps forward as a franchise until that’s resolved.

Are They Worth the Bet? – New coach Lovie Smith is known as a defensive expert, and that’s where the Texans need the most help. But they’re not Super Bowl bound by any stretch.

Indianapolis Colts

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Recapping the 2021-22 Season: With two games left in the regular season, the Colts, led by superstar running back Jonathan Taylor, looked like a team that could make a deep run in the AFC playoffs. Then came back-to-back losses, including a nightmarish season-closing clunker to the Jaguars, and their season was over.

Key Questions for Next Season: Do they roll with Carson Wentz at quarterback? Wentz had some good moments in his first year in Indy, but this team was set up for a quarterback to feast with all the attention on Taylor. He probably gets one more shot at it, barring some unexpected offseason turn of events.

Are They Worth the Bet? – They weren’t that far off this season. A couple of tweaks can help, but that quarterback position is still an issue.

Jacksonville Jaguars

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Recapping the 2021-22 Season: Urban Meyer was a debacle as a coach pretty much start to early finish. At the very least, he did so poorly that the Jags are looking at the #1 pick for the second straight season.

Key Questions for Next Season: Can Trevor Lawrence’s struggles be written off to coaching. New head coach Doug Pederson’s track record with quarterbacks is a bit hit-and-miss, but he would have to be an improvement over the damage Meyer did to Lawrence’s development last year.

Are They Worth the Bet? – A playoff run is not crazy in what’s shaping up as football’s weakest division. Long shot players need to give them a look.

Tennessee Titans

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Recapping the 2021-22 Season: Tennessee overcame the midseason injury to Derrick Henry thanks to improved defensive play. But Ryan Tannehill regressed, and even Henry’s return couldn’t help in their mistake-filled loss to the Bengals in the playoffs.

Key Questions for Next Season: Has the window closed on their chances? Asking Henry to carry that big a load again is a lot at his advanced age (for a running back), while the defense might not be as stout as their second-half hot streak displayed.

Are They Worth the Bet? – It seems like the Titans are built to get just so far. And it also seems like they could be in for some regression, which makes those futures odds no better than mediocre as a value.

AFC West

Denver Broncos

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Recapping the 2021-22 Season: In what proved to be the last year of the Vic Fangio era, the Broncos once again proved able to run the ball and play decent defense. And they once again couldn’t pass the ball at a league-average level.

Key Questions for Next Season: Do they start over at quarterback? Neither Drew Lock nor Teddy Bridgewater is the answer if they want to contend for a title.

Are They Worth the Bet? – Those low odds are driven by the hope that new head coach Nathaniel Hackett can bring in Aaron Rodgers with him. If you think that’s going to happen, now is the time to bet and get those odds locked before it becomes official.

Kansas City Chiefs

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Recapping the 2021-22 Season: Things started clicking when the offense became more conservative, and the defense found its legs. An unforgettable playoff win over the Bills was the high, but a second-half collapse led to a home loss to the Bengals in the AFC Championship Game.

Key Questions for Next Season: Will the defense get an overhaul? Yes, Pat Mahomes and the offense face-planted in the second half of that Bengals game, but there are much bigger issues on the other side of the ball.

Are They Worth the Bet? – The consistency of the Mahomes/Tyreek Hill/Travis Kelce/Andy Reid nucleus will carry them far. But not far enough if they don’t start getting some difference-makers on the other side of the ball.

Las Vegas Raiders

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Recapping the 2021-22 Season: The rollercoaster hit its low points with the firing of Jon Gruden for an e-mail scandal and the release of last year’s two #1 draft picks for off-field scandals. But the Raiders made an incredible rally to make the postseason.

Key Questions for Next Season: Can new coach Josh McDaniel take Derek Carr to a higher level? Carr is viewed as somebody with a ceiling, but the coaching around him has been suspect. Maybe McDaniel can unlock some Tom Brady-like potential in Carr.

Are They Worth the Bet? – This is a nice value for a team that has some excellent pieces (Darren Waller, Maxx Crosby) and just needs some smart direction. Whether McDaniel is the gut to provide it will be the big question.

Los Angeles Chargers

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Recapping the 2021-22 Season: Justin Herbert continued to light it up for an offense that was tough to stop. But the defense, even with stars like Joey Bosa and Derwin James, couldn’t stop anybody in return. And that caught up with them in the season-closing loss to Las Vegas that cost them the playoffs.

Key Questions for Next Season: Will Brandon Staley get the defense right? Known as a defensive genius with the Rams, he led a Chargers group that was woeful against the run.

Are They Worth the Bet? – Staley was a bit of a mess at times with play-calling and decision-making, and that needs to be ironed out. But 35-1 odds with a star like Herbert are worth a shot.

NFC East

Dallas Cowboys

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Recapping the 2021-22 Season: Young stars Trevon Diggs and Micah Parsons led an opportunistic, resurgent defense, and the offense put up the stats. But that offensive group was also inconsistent against good defenses, and a home playoff loss to San Francisco exposed that.

Key Questions for Next Season: Can Mike McCarthy be counted on the lead a playoff contender? It’s safe to say that the spotlight will be on him after his decisions in the loss to the Niners mirrored some of the ill-advised choices of his Packers past.

Are They Worth the Bet? – They should only be improving with their youthful core, but the odds aren’t that juicy.

Philadelphia Eagles

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Recapping the 2021-22 Season: Philly’s season took a turn for the better when they rededicated themselves to the running game. A surprising playoff appearance ended quickly at the hands of Tom Brady.

Key Questions for Next Season: Will Jalen Hurts improve as a passer. Philly seems committed to him, but they need to be able to rally when behind.

Are They Worth the Bet? – Probably not. There are a lot of teams in the NFC with more firepower.

New York Giants

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Recapping the 2021-22 Season: It was ugly even when Daniel Jones was healthy. When he got hurt, the offense became historically bad.

Key Questions for Next Season: Will we ever see SaQuon Barkley in top form again? The star running back seemed to lose a lot of the burst he showed pre-injiury.

Are They Worth the Bet? – Brian DaBoll was one of the most sought-after coaching hires. But we doubt he’s a miracle worker.

Washington Commanders

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Recapping the 2021-22 Season: The defense, which was supposed to be one of the league’s best, tanked. And the offense, which was supposed to be mediocre, was mediocre.

Key Questions for Next Season: Can Chase Young play up to his hype? The Commanders need the former top draft pick to stay healthy and start disrupting games from his defensive end spot.

Are They Worth the Bet? – The division is weak outside of Dallas, but this team has a lot of holes on offense even if the D plays up to its pedigree.

NFC North

Chicago Bears

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Recapping the 2021-22 Season: Unsurprisingly, Matt Nagy wasn’t the right guy to usher Justin Fields into the league. The defense couldn’t sustain the bad spots the offense handed them, especially when injuries hit.

Key Questions for Next Season: Can new coach Matt Eberflus unlock the best in Fields? It would help if some dynamic playmakers were added around him, because the Bears have a pedestrian set of skill players right now.

Are They Worth the Bet? – Fields didn’t show enough to project him taking a big jump. And that’s what the Bears would need to contend for a title.

Detroit Lions

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Recapping the 2021-22 Season: They took forever to get their first win of the year, finally doing so in last-second fashion against Minnesota. Detroit gained confidence from there and played with a lot of heart.

Key Questions for Next Season: Will the defense start to come around? There were promising signs on the offensive end of the ball, but the Lions couldn’t stop anybody with any consistency.

Are They Worth the Bet? – They’ve got a long way to go, but at least are pointed in the right direction. That said, they’re miles from contending at a Super Bowl 57 level.

Green Bay Packers

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Recapping the 2021-22 Season: Another Aaron Rodgers MVP year and a tough defense propelled the Packers to the best record in the league. But then came a horrendous performance against the Niners in their lone playoff game.

Key Questions for Next Season: Will Aaron Rodgers play another game for the Packers? The Pack would likely have to bend over backwards to keep him, and there’s a question of whether they want to bother.

Are They Worth the Bet? – If you want to roll the dice that Rodgers returns, you can take advantage of that uncertainty in the odds right now.

Minnesota Vikings

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Recapping the 2021-22 Season: The Vikings couldn’t find a way to win a close game when it counted. And their defense lacked consistency once injuries set in, as they always seem to do with this team.

Key Questions for Next Season: Will all of the veterans be back? New coach Kevin O’Connell would love to have them all at his disposal, but it will take some salary-cap magic to make that happen.

Are They Worth the Bet? – A team with as many Pro Bowl types as this shouldn’t be 44-1, but they always find a way to underachieve.

NFC South

Atlanta Falcons

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Recapping the 2021-22 Season: The Falcons 7-10 record was largely a result of them beating the inferior teams and losing to the stronger teams on their schedule. Mediocre through and through.

Key Questions for Next Season: What happens with Calvin Ridley? The offense took a dive once the star receiver sat out for personal reasons.

Are They Worth the Bet? – There just isn’t too much to be excited about with this team.

Carolina Panthers

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Recapping the 2021-22 Season: A 3-0 start was long forgotten once Christian McCaffery got hurt again and the quarterback play went in the tank. They ended the year losing seven in a row.

Key Questions for Next Season: Who is the quarterback? It likely shouldn’t be anyone on the roster currently, at least if this team wants to improve.

Are They Worth the Bet? – Matt Rhule will be coaching for his job, but he has a better chance of being fired midseason than this team does of competing.

New Orleans Saints

Super Bowl 57 Odds:

Recapping the 2021-22 Season: In their first Drew Brees-less year, the Saints had to dig deep into their quarterback depth to get through the year. The defense played well enough to keep them in the playoff chase, but they fell just short.

Key Questions for Next Season: Can the Saints stay competitive without Sean Payton? Payton’s surprising decision to step away threw this franchise into disarray.

Are They Worth the Bet? – Not until we can see what they’ll look like with new coach Dennis Allen, a defensive guy, trying to revamp a stagnating offense.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Super Bowl 57 Odds:

Recapping the 2021-22 Season: Tom Brady played brilliantly in his final season, even with disarray at receiver and a defense that only sporadically flashed the excellence of the 2020-21 team. The Rams lit that defense up early in the playoff loss.

Key Questions for Next Season: What’s life going to be like after Tom Brady? There are still a lot of top players (albeit some getting long in the tooth) on this roster. Can they move forward with a different leader behind center?

Are They Worth the Bet? –  Those odds seem a bit low considering the massive transition they’ll be undergoing.

NFC West

Arizona Cardinals

Super Bowl 57 Odds:

Recapping the 2021-22 Season: They were the best team in football for more than half the season. But they never found their mojo again when Kyler Murray returned from injury and staggered to the finish line.

Key Questions for Next Season: Can Kliff Kingsbury get this team back? His coaching record shows nothing but great starts and lousy finishes.

Are They Worth the Bet? –  Now there are reports that Murray is unhappy. That’s not a good sign for this team going forward.

Los Angeles Rams

Super Bowl 57 Odds:

Recapping the 2021-22 Season: The Rams hit paydirt with their star-laden team, with Matthew Stafford and Cooper Kupp leading the offense and Aaron Donald, as always, starring on defense. They’re four-point favorites to win it all on Sunday.

Key Questions for Next Season: Will some of the stars slow down? Most of the key players on this team are entering the grizzled veteran status of their career.

Are They Worth the Bet? – The advancing age of this team could hold them back as they try to run it back again.

San Francisco 49ers

Super Bowl 57 Odds:

Recapping the 2021-22 Season: San Fran caught fire in the second half of the season and rolled through the playoffs with two road wins against heavyweights. They nearly made it three straight but coughed up a 10-point fourth quarter lead to the Rams in the NFC title game.

Key Questions for Next Season: Who is at quarterback? Will Jimmy Garoppolo get another shot or will they entrust a Super Bowl-ready team to Trey Lance?

Are They Worth the Bet? – Talent-wise, there is a lot to like here. But the quarterback issues are concerning.

Seattle Seahawks

Super Bowl 57 Odds:

Recapping the 2021-22 Season: Any chance of a Seahawks resurgence was doused when Russell Wilson had to sit out a big chunk of the season with injury. The defense certainly wasn’t good enough to carry the team.

Key Questions for Next Season: Will Russell Wilson return? Wilson and Aaron Rodgers seem to hold the whole league in their hands every offseason with their decisions.

Are They Worth the Bet? – They struggled with Wilson, and they could crater without him.


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Zack McGovern / Author

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