Super Bowl 2022 Odds: Chiefs, Buccaneers, Packers Lead Early Betting Favorites

Jenna CiccotelliAnalyst IFebruary 8, 2021

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes runs off the field after the NFL Super Bowl 55 football game Sunday, Feb. 7, 2021, in Tampa, Fla. The Buccaneers defeated the Chiefs 31-9 to win the Super Bowl. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
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The Kansas City Chiefs missed out on a second consecutive championship when they fell to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31-9 in the Super Bowl on Sunday, but sportsbooks predict they will continue their success next season.

In post-Super Bowl odds from DraftKings, the Chiefs are the favorite to win the Super Bowl in 2022.

At +550, the Chiefs are ahead of the Green Bay Packers (+900) and the Buccaneers (+900) as early favorites.


2022 Super Bowl Odds

Kansas City Chiefs +550 (wager $100 to win $550)
Green Bay Packers +900
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +900
Baltimore Ravens +1200
Buffalo Bills +1200
Los Angeles Rams +1200
San Francisco 49ers +1400
New Orleans Saints +1700
Cleveland Browns +2200
Seattle Seahawks +2200
Miami Dolphins +2500
Indianapolis Colts +2800
Los Angeles Chargers +2800
Tennessee Titans +2800
Dallas Cowboys +3000
New England Patriots +3000
Pittsburgh Steelers +3000
Minnesota Vikings +4000
Carolina Panthers +4500
Arizona Cardinals +5000
Atlanta Falcons +5000
Chicago Bears +5000
Las Vegas Raiders +5000
Philadelphia Eagles +5000
Denver Broncos +6000
Washington Football Team +6000
Cincinnati Bengals +6600
New York Giants +6600
New York Jets +6600
Jacksonville Jaguars +8000
Detroit Lions +10000
Houston Texans +10000


According to bookies.com, some sportsbooks had the Bucs at +1100 to win the title in 2022, behind both the Chiefs and the Packers, entering Sunday. But the blowout performance, which was the first Super Bowl victory by more than 10 points for Tom Brady, catapulted them up to join the Packers in second place.

All three teams are set to return their franchise quarterbacks. Since the three stars led their teams to conference championship games in 2020, it stands to reason they could make similar runs next season.

Brady confirmed postgame that he would be back for another Super Bowl run, while Packers head coach Matt LaFleur said "there's no doubt" Aaron Rodgers—named NFL MVP on Saturday night—would return under center next season.

There's no question about Patrick Mahomes, who signed a 10-year, $503 million extension last summer.

Certainty at quarterback is part of what separates the Super Bowl favorites from those at the bottom of the list, where the Detroit Lions and Houston Texans are tied at +10000.

The Lions have parted ways with franchise quarterback Matthew Stafford, acquiring Jared Goff in a deal with the Los Angeles Rams, while Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson is looking for a trade of his own.

Of course, a lot can happen in a year.


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