Super Bowl Odds 2022

Super Bowl Sunday is the biggest sporting day of the year in America. Ten of the 11 most-watched TV programs in history are Super Bowls. So, it should come as no surprise the Super Bowl also marks the top sports betting day of the year at US online sportsbooks. Check out and compare the latest NFL Super Bowl odds, plus Bookies.com senior NFL handicapper Adam Thompson breaks down the trends and top contenders.

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NFL Super Bowl Betting Trends

Every year is different, but strong NFL betting trends have emerged over the last decade in regards to the spread, the total and the moneyline.

The Buccaneers’ surprising 31-9 rout of the defending champion Chiefs marked the 11th time in 14 Super Bowls the underdog has covered the spread. Tampa Bay was +3 at kickoff.

Straight up (moneyline), the underdog has won six of the last nine titles. When it comes to the total, the Under has hit in two in a row following a 5-2 run on Overs.

Can Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Repeat?

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Brady has seven Super Bowl titles, and he’s not done yet. As he accepted the Super Bowl MVP Sunday evening, he announced he’d be returning for a 22nd season. Suffice it to say, the Bucs should be strong contenders again next year. Oddsmakers agree, installing the Bucs right near the top of the Super Bowl 2022 odds board.

A team repeating as a Super Bowl champion has become increasingly rare. Over the first 39 editions of the Big Game, champs defending their title eight times. But it hasn’t happened since Super Bowls 38 and 39, a span of 16 years.

The last team to do it: The New England Patriots – led by fifth-year QB Tom Brady.


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Which NFC Teams Can Dethrone Buccaneers?

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The NFC had five teams eclipse 10 wins in 2020, and a couple other teams are poised to make runs at the Lombardi Trophy sooner than later.

It starts in Green Bay. Tom Brady may be the GOAT, but even he says Aaron Rodgers has more talent. Rodgers also isn’t showing signs of slowing down, either, winning his third NFL Most Valuable Player award in 2020 at the age of 37.

The Packers went 13-3 and were the No. 1 seed in the NFC before being upset by Brady and the Bucs in the conference title game. They should again be in the hunt for homefield advantage and another run at the Lombardi Trophy. They, too, are right at the top of the early 2022 Super Bowl odds.

The Packers aren’t the only team with legit Super Bowl aspirations. The New Orleans Saints actually finished ahead of the Buccaneers in the NFC South and swept the two regular-season matchups before Tampa Bay upset New Orleans at the Superdome in the playoffs.

Drew Brees’ expected retirement opens the door for other NFC contenders to take another step forward. The Seattle Seahawks (12-4 in 2020) have one Super Bowl win under QB Russell Wilson, and the Los Angeles Rams (10-6) bring back in the NFL’s No. 1-ranked defense and now have a QB that could get them to the next level in former Lions QB Matthew Stafford.

The San Francisco 49ers went to the Super Bowl just two seasons ago and should be poised to be a contender following an injury plagued 2020; and the Arizona Cardinals could be in line to take the next step led by electric QB Kyler Murray.


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Will Kansas City Chiefs Make It 2 of 3 Super Bowls?

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The Chiefs didn’t win the big one – they didn’t even score a touchdown in the game. But nobody is discounting the potential of Kansas City returning to the Super Bowl for the third year in a row.

It’s happened three times in Super Bowl history. The Miami Dolphins (Super Bowls 6-8), Buffalo Bills (25-28) and New England Patriots (51-53) each made three straight trips. Miami and New England won each won a pair of titles in that span; poor Buffalo dropped a record four straight.

Any team with Patrick Mahomes will be a contender. Mahomes, along with WR Tyreek Hill and defensive line stars Frank Clark and Chris Jones, are all locked up for 2021. But KC has 28 free agents and was already close to $20 million over the projected 2021 salary cap when the offseason began.

Could Baltimore Ravens or Buffalo Bills Take Next Step?

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In 2019, the Ravens went 14-2 led by unanimous MVP QB Lamar Jackson, then were shocked in the playoffs by the Tennessee Titans. This season the record dipped to 11-5 but a six-game win streak to end the year presented optimism.

It was short-lived. After edging the Titans in the opening round, the Ravens were shut down 17-3 to the Buffalo Bills.

Buffalo, meanwhile, has the look of a team ready to take the next big step. QB Josh Allen had a breakout year, the offense is loaded and the defense had playmakers at each level. The Chiefs handled the Bills 38-24 in the AFC Championship Game, but with KC potentially losing much of its depth, the Bills may be the team best positioned team in the conference to take advantage.

4 Longshots To Consider

One day after Super Bowl 54, the Buccaneers were +6000 to win Super Bowl 55. Signing Tom Brady in free agency lowered odds and raised expectations. Brady later recruited Leonard Fournette, Antonio Brown and Rob Gronkowski to join him in Tampa. There are 14 teams posted between +2800 and +6000 in early Super Bowl 2022 odds. Here are four teams from that group that have the potential for a Bucs-like transformation and are worth considering for a Super Bowl futures bet.

Indianapolis Colts (+2900, FanDuel)

The Colts went 11-5 and nearly upset the Bills in Buffalo. QB Philip Rivers has retired, creating a massive hole at the most important position. But the defense was top-10, Indy is strong in the trenches on both sides of the ball and Jonathan Taylor looks to be a future star at RB. The Colts rank No. 2 in salary cap space, more than enough to bring in an elite QB and add depth. They do that, and they’re in the mix.

Los Angeles Chargers (+3100, FanDuel)

In 2019 and 2020, the Chargers finished with an offense and defense each ranked in the top 10. They finished 5-11 in ’19 then started ’20 3-9 and were out of the playoff mix by Thanksgiving. However, they finally relieved head coach Anthony Lynn of his duties. On paper, this team has Super Bowl potential: Rookie of the Year Justin Herbert returns for his second season at QB and L.A. has major salary cap space.

New England Patriots (+4500, FOX Bet)

Bill Belichick didn’t do so well without Tom Brady, going 7-9 for the Pats’ worst season since 2000. But the defense ranked eighth in scoring and the run game ranked No. 4. Cam Newton was an unmitigated bust as a one-year flyer at QB, and the Patriots had a whopping eight players opt out due to COVID-19 concerns. They can reload quickly. New England is a competent QB from joining the playoff conversation again.

Atlanta Falcons (+6600, BetMGM)

The Falcons started last year 0-5 before jettisoning coach Dan Quinn. They went 4-7 the rest of the way. The offense still has Matt Ryan, Julio Jones and an elite cast of weaponry. If new coach Arthur Smith (formerly the offensive coordinator in Tennessee) and his staff can keep the defensive spark lit and the Falcons find a gem at No. 4 in the NFL Draft, anything is possible.


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NFL Super Bowl Odds FAQ

Which NFL team has the most Super Bowl wins?

The New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers each have six Vince Lombardi Trophies. The Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers each sit at five.

NumberTeamYears
6New England Patriots2002, 2004, 2005, 2015, 2017, 2019
5Pittsburgh Steelers1975, 1976, 1979, 1980, 2006, 2009
5Dallas Cowboys1972, 1978, 1993, 1994, 1996
5San Francisco 49ers1982, 1985, 1989, 1990, 1995
4Green Bay Packers1967, 1968, 1997, 2011
4New York Giants1987, 1991, 2008, 2012

Which NFL team has the most Super Bowl appearances?

The New England Patriots have played in 11 of 54 Super Bowls. No other team has played in more than eight. The Pats played in a pair of Super Bowls prior to 2001, losing both. Coach Bill Belichick and QB Tom Brady led the team to nine appearances in 19 seasons, winning six times.

NumberTeamYears
11New England Patriots1986, 1997, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2012, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019
8 Pittsburgh Steelers1975, 1976, 1979, 1980, 1996, 2006, 2009, 2011
8 Dallas Cowboys1971, 1972, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1993, 1994, 1996
8 Denver Broncos1978, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1998, 1999, 2014, 2016
7 San Francisco 49ers1982, 1985, 1989, 1990, 1995, 2013, 2030

Note: Five teams have five appearances — Green Bay Packers (1967, 1968, 1997, 1998, 2011), New York Giants (1987, 1991, 2001, 2008, 2012), Washington Redskins (1973, 1983, 1984, 1988, 1992), Oakland Raiders (1968, 1977, 1981, 1984, 2003) and Miami Dolphins (1972, 1973, 1974, 1983, 1985).

Who won the first Super Bowl?

On Jan. 15, 1967, Vince Lombardi, Bart Starr and the Green Bay Packers pulled away in the second half to beat Len Dawson and the Kansas City Chiefs 35-10 to win the AFL-NFL Championship, later rebranded as Super Bowl I.

No team has won three Super Bowls in a row, though the Packers won the NFL Championship in 1965 the year before the inaugural Super Bowl and won Super Bowl II 33-14 over the Oakland Raiders.

Who won last year’s Super Bowl?

Quarterback Tom Brady won his seventh Super Bowl title leading the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a 31-9 rout of the Kansas City Chiefs. Brady, who through three touchdown passes, took home his fifth Super Bowl MVP award.

The Last 10 Super Bowl Results

GameResultMVP
Super Bowl 55Buccaneers def. Chiefs 31-9Tom Brady, QB
Super Bowl 54Chiefs def. 49ers 31-20Patrick Mahomes, QB
Super Bowl 53Patriots def. Rams 13-3Julian Edelman, WR
Super Bowl 52Eagles def. Patriots 41-33Nick Foles, QB
Super Bowl 51Patriots def. Falcons 34-28 (OT) Tom Brady, QB
Super Bowl 50Broncos def. Panthers 24-10Von Miller, LB
Super Bowl 49Patriots def. Seahawks 28-24Tom Brady, QB
Super Bowl 48Seahawks def. Broncos 43-8Malcolm Smith, LB
Super Bowl 47Ravens def. 49ers 34-31Joe Flacco, QB
Super Bowl 46Giants def. Patriots 21-17Eli Manning, QB

How early can I bet on next year’s Super Bowl?

Those interested in placing Super Bowl 56 bets can do so right now. NFL futures odds — such as wagering on a team to win the Super Bowl — are available at most major sportsbooks right after the previous Super Bowl ends.

When is Super Bowl 56?

Super Bowl 56 is scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 6, at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California.

What types of bets can I make for Super Bowl 56?

No sporting event offers as many betting opportunities as the Super Bowl. In addition to the traditional moneyline (game winner), point spread and over/under wagers, prop bets on a variety of events are available, including the coin toss, statistics for individual players and even the length of the national anthem. Those are made available the week prior to the Super Bowl.

How many NFL teams have never won a Super Bowl?

Of 32 NFL teams, 12 have yet to taste the ultimate — a Super Bowl championship.

There are four teams that have never even made it to the Big Game, and two of them have been in existence for all of them.

The Houston Texans were formed in time for the 2002 season, while the Jacksonville Jaguars have been playing since 1995. Neither has advanced to the Super Bowl. But neither have the Cleveland Browns and Detroit Lions. They were both in existence before Super Bowl I and are still waiting to punch their first ticket.

TeamSB AppearancesLast
Minnesota Vikings41978
Buffalo Bills41995
Cincinnati Bengals21990
Carolina Panthers22017
Atlanta Falcons22018
Los Angeles Chargers11996
Tennessee Titans12001
Arizona Cardinals12010
Cleveland Browns0NA
Detroit Lions0NA
Jacksonville Jaguars0NA
Houston Texans0NA

Which team has the best odds to win Super Bowl 56?

The Kansas City Chiefs are the early favorites to win Super Bowl 56 while the champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Green Bay Packers are right behind.

Which coach has the most Super Bowl wins?

A total of 34 coaches have won the 55 Super Bowls played so far. The winningest coach is still going. Bill Belichick has guided the New England Patriots to a record six Super Bowls victories, the latest just two seasons ago in Super Bowl 53. No other active coach has more than one ring — Belichick has six of them.

Pittsburgh Steelers great Chuck Noll won four Super Bowls, while Bill Walsh of the San Francisco 49ers and Joe Gibbs of the Washington Redskins have three apiece.

Nine coaches have won two Super Bowls, but only one of them accomplished the feat in the 21st century: Tom Coughlin of the New York Giants.

Super Bowls Won By Coach

NumberTeamYear
6 Bill Belichick, New England Patriots2002, 2004, 2005, 2015, 2017, 2019
4 Chuck Noll, Pittsburgh Steelers2002, 2004, 2005, 2015, 2017, 2019
3 Bill Walsh, San Francisco 49ers1982, 1985, 1989
3 Joe Gibbs, Washington Redskins1983, 1988, 1992

Note: The following coaches have two Super Bowl wins:

  • Vince Lombardi, Green Bay Packers (1967, 1968)
  • Tom Landry, Dallas Cowboys (1972, 1978)
  • Don Shula, Miami Dolphins (1973, 1974)
  • Tom Flores, Oakland Raiders (1981, 1984)
  • Bill Parcells, New York Giants (1987, 1991)
  • George Seifert, San Francisco 49ers (1990, 1995)
  • Jimmy Johnson, Dallas Cowboys (1993, 1994)
  • Mike Shanahan, Denver Broncos (1998, 1999)
  • Tom Coughlin, New York Giants {2008, 2012)

Coaches with one Super Bowl title:

  • Bruce Arians, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2021
  • Andy Reid, Kansas City Chiefs, 2020
  • Doug Pederson, Philadelphia Eagles, 2018
  • Weeb Ewbank, New York Jets, 1969
  • Hank Stram, Kansas City Chiefs, 1970
  • Don McCafferty, Baltimore Colts, 1971
  • John Madden, Oakland Raiders, 1977
  • Mike Ditka, Chicago Bears, 1986
  • Barry Switzer, Dallas Cowboys, 1996
  • Mike Holmgren, Green Bay Packers, 1997
  • Dick Vermeil, St. Louis Rams, 2000
  • Brian Billick, Baltimore Ravens, 2001
  • Jon Gruden, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2003
  • Bill Cowher, Pittsburgh Steelers, 2006
  • Tony Dungy, Indianapolis Colts, 2007
  • Mike Tomlin, Pittsburgh Steelers, 2009
  • Sean Payton, New Orleans Saints, 2010
  • Mike McCarthy, Green Bay Packers, 2011
  • John Harbaugh, Baltimore Ravens, 2013
  • Pete Carroll, Seattle Seahawks, 2014
  • Gary Kubiak, Denver Broncos, 2016