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With the NFL season just a few days away, we’re running out of time to look at preseason Super Bowl odds for the 2022 season. Of course, since the Super Bowl is in February, we’re looking at preseason Super Bowl odds for 2023.

Nevertheless, now is the time for fans to make their Super Bowl predictions ahead of the season and perhaps make some Super Bowl futures picks with their favorite sportsbook.

Preseason Super Bowl odds 2022

Team Odds To Win Super Bowl
Buffalo Bills +600
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +750
Kansas City Chiefs +1000
Los Angeles Rams +1100
Green Bay Packers +1200
Los Angeles Chargers +1400
San Francisco 49ers +1600
Denver Broncos +1700
Philadelphia Eagles +2000
Baltimore Ravens +2000

All odds taken September 5 at FanDuel Sportsbook

Granted, it’s not always easy to make preseason Super Bowl picks because of the unpredictable nature of football.

Just look at how the Bengals surprised people last year. However, more times than not, the top preseason favorites end up in the Super Bowl. Before you make your Super Bowl picks for the upcoming season, it’s best to take a look at preseason Super Bowl odds for 2022.


Bills, +600

On paper, it’s hard not to put the Bills at the top of the preseason Super Bowl odds in 2022. They’ve been on the rise for a few years behind Josh Allen and came up painfully short in the playoffs last season.

With four years of experience under his belt, Allen should be about to enter the prime of his career and take things to another level. Perhaps more importantly, Buffalo made several moves this past offseason aimed at winning a championship, including making improvements to the offensive line and bringing in former Super Bowl MVP Von Miller.

If all goes to plan, the Bills will be the team to beat his season.

Buccaneers, +750

With Tom Brady sticking around for at least one more year, the Bucs have a chance to win their second Super Bowl in three years. Based on his numbers last season, Brady’s play still isn’t slipping, as he was a bonafide MVP candidate for most of the season.

With Julio Jones coming aboard, Tampa’s supporting cast on offense might be even better than last year. The Bucs also had a top-5 defense in 2021 and bring back most of the same personnel.


With a manageable division and the NFC only having two or three elite teams, Tampa’s path to the Super Bowl is as favorable as any team, which is why Brady and the Bucs have some of the shortest odds in the league.

Chiefs, +1000

When you have Patrick Mahomes, you always have a chance. Just ask the Bills, who were only 13 seconds away from the AFC Championship Game before Mahomes got his say.

Granted, things could be a little different without Tyreek Hill. But the Chiefs have plenty of talent around Mahomes. If the Kansas City defense can continue to hold up its end of the bargain after a solid season in 2021, Mahomes might be able to take care of the rest and get the Chiefs another championship.

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Rams, +1100

Not many teams are able to successfully repeat as Super Bowl champs, but it’s not far-fetched for the Rams to dream of such a thing. They have the best defensive player in the game in Aaron Donald and arguably the best wide receiver in Cooper Kupp.

Also, the Rams know that Matthew Stafford can win big games for them.

If Allen Robinson can make an impact and Cam Akers comes back healthy, the Los Angeles offense will surely be among the best in the league. That should be more than enough to make the Rams a bonafide contender in the NFC, giving them a chance to repeat.

Packers, +1200

Green Bay’s recent history has consisted of dominant regular seasons and playoff disappointment. The Packers have won 13 games in three straight seasons but haven’t reached the Super Bowl in over a decade.

With two-time reigning MVP Aaron Rodgers, the Packers will have a chance to rectify that this season. Of course, there are lingering concerns about the offensive line and who will make plays now that Davante Adams is with the Raiders.

But if the Green Bay defense can step up and take a little pressure off Rodgers, the Packers will have the balance they need to be a serious threat once the playoffs roll around.

Chargers, +1400

The Chargers could be a team with decent preseason Super Bowl odds for 2023 and beyond with the way Justin Herbert has played during his first two seasons in the league. They should also be commended for adding J.C. Jackson and Khalil Mack to improve their defense.

However, the Los Angeles defense was most vulnerable against the run last year, which is something Jackson and Mack won’t help improve that much. Plus, Herbert had issues with turnovers last year and still needs to translate his impressive stats into wins. That means this might not be the year that the Chargers put it all together, especially in a loaded AFC West.

49ers, +1600

The 49ers have a lot of ingredients needed for success heading into 2022. However, we have no idea what to expect from Trey Lance as a full-time starter at quarterback.

On the bright side, he should have plenty of help around him on both sides of the ball. After all, Kyle Shanahan has gotten the 49ers to the NFC Championship Game twice in the last three years. But unless Lance is an above-average quarterback off the bat, winning the Super Bowl is a tough ask.

Broncos, +1700

If Russell Wilson had been Denver’s quarterback last year, the Broncos could have been a serious Super Bowl contender. The trick will be Wilson settling in with Denver’s exciting skill players right away while also replicating a defense that gave up the third-fewest points in the NFL last year.

It’s also worth noting that the Broncos have a first-year head coach in Nathaniel Hackett. That means there are a lot of moving parts that have to fit together for the Broncos to reach their ceiling as a Super Bowl contender.

Eagles, +2000

The Eagles might be the perfect Super Bowl sleeper this season. They made good progress last season with Jalen Hurts at quarterback, and if Hurts can take a step forward this season, they could be dangerous.

With the addition of A.J. Brown and the development of DeVonta Smith, Philly’s receiving corps is as dangerous as it’s been in years. Defensively, the Eagles should be solid, but they’ll need Hurts to take a step forward to make them a Super Bowl contender.

Ravens, +2000

One could argue that Baltimore is undervalued with these odds. If not for their six-game losing streak at the end of last season, the Ravens might be looked at as a more serious contender.

There are certainly questions about the receiving corps, but Jackson doesn’t need elite receivers to be one of the most dangerous quarterbacks in the league. If he can stay healthy, the Ravens should be the best team in the AFC North and will be a threat in the playoffs.

Cowboys, +2000

Dallas must be wondering if the window has closed for them. The team’s powerful offensive line of past years now looks a little vulnerable.

The Cowboys also don’t have Amari Cooper anymore, which means the receiving corps will need to be recalibrated with CeeDee Lamb as the no. 1 target. But with the numbers that Dak Prescott has put up in recent years when he’s been healthy, the Cowboys are not a team that can be overlooked as a Super Bowl contender.

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