Odds For Next Year’s Super Bowl: 2021-22 Futures For All 32 NFL Teams

Posted By Matt Burke on June 15, 2021

The usual suspects are littered all over the top of the odds boards when it comes to Super Bowl futures for next year.

The Chiefs (+475), Buccaneers (+600) and Bills (+1100) – three of this past season’s four NFL finalists – have the lowest odds to win it all in 2022 at DraftKings Sportsbook.

As for the fourth finalist from last season, the Green Bay Packers, their Super Bowl odds have gone from +800 to +2000 – mostly thanks to a certain QB being upset with his current circumstances.

DraftKings Sportsbook posted its initial 2022 Super Bowl futures just prior to the 2020-21 AFC and NFC Championship games. The odds for all of the teams have all changed somewhat over the past four months (DraftKings), but most notably Green Bay.

  • The Chiefs were +600 for 2022, now +475
  • The Buccaneers were +1300, now +600
  • The Packers were +800, now +2000
  • The Bills were +1100 and remain at +1100

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Next year Super Bowl odds

Here is a look at Super Bowl odds for next year from the top US sportsbooks.

Why bet on next year’s Super Bowl now?

Getting a jump on Super Bowl futures can be fruitful. Training camp injuries, training camp cuts, trades and late free agent signings will have an impact on the odds boards before the season begins.

Also, be sure to check out top teams that have relatively easy early season schedules. The top teams that look good early in the season will see their odds get lower, meaning you’ll make less of a profit at that time than if you hopped on a price now.

The Rodgers rate

Just how big of an impact could a single player have on Super Bowl odds? Well, when it’s the reigning NFL MVP – a massive one.

The Packers had +800 odds to win Super Bowl LVI in January when DraftKings first released their board. Now? Green Bay is +2000, mostly due to the fact that Aaron Rodgers wants out.

The most likely suitor for Rodgers’ services at this juncture is the Denver Broncos, who have seen their Super Bowl futures go from +6000 in January to +3000. The Broncos have had a strong off-season according to most pundits and a trade for Rodgers would immediately put them among the favorites to win it all.

Hollywood ending?

The Rams’ acquisition of QB Matthew Stafford immediately vaulted LA into elite status. Sean McVay‘s crew had been +2000 at DraftKings to win it all next year, but is now +1300. LA has the fourth lowest odds at DK, owning shorter Super Bowl odds than teams like the Ravens (+1400) and Seahawks (+2200).

Detroit, meanwhile, had high Super Bowl odds before they sent Stafford West and took-in Jared Goff. The Lions had been +7500 at DK, but are now +20000.

Gold diggers

There are often massive swings in team records season-to-season in the NFL. For instance, five of the 12 teams that made the playoffs in the 2019-20 season did not make the cut for the 2020-21 NFL Playoffs.

One of those teams was the San Francisco 49ers, who finished 6-10 one season after going 13-3 and representing the NFC in the Super Bowl.

The Niners are a classic bounce-back year candidate for 2021-22 as they were ravaged by injuries this past regular season. DraftKings’ odds of 49ers at +1400 reflect San Francisco’s potential of fixing things quickly. The Niners have the lowest 2021-22 Super Bowl odds of any team that did not make the playoffs last season.

San Francisco took QB Trey Lance with the No. 3 overall pick in the draft, but will likely start the season with Jimmy Garoppolo under center. It’ll be “win or get benched” for Garoppolo early in the season.

Coach ’em up

The Jaguars have the fifth highest Super Bowl odds at DraftKings Sportsbook despite them bringing in highly regarded head coach Urban Meyer from the college ranks and drafting Trevor Lawrence first overall. While a leap from worst-to-first is basically impossible in the NFL, it’s likely that the Jaguars will make some baby-step progress this coming season. A bet on them to win the Super Bowl probably isn’t worth it – hence the +10000 odds – but a surprise division title shouldn’t be ruled out entirely. The Jags are +700 to win the AFC South at DraftKings.

Opening odds vs. current odds

DraftKings Sportsbook posted their opening odds for 2021-22 just prior to the AFC and NFC title games. Here is a look at the odds then, and now.

TeamOpening oddsCurrent odds
Kansas City Chiefs+600+475
Green Bay Packers+800+2000
Buffalo Bills+1100+1100
Baltimore Ravens+1200+1400
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+1300+600
New Orleans Saints+1500+2500
San Francisco 49ers+1500+1400
LA Rams+2000+1300
Seattle Seahawks+2000+2200
Cleveland Browns+2000+1600
LA Chargers+2500+3000
Miami Dolphins+2500+3300
Dallas Cowboys+2800+2800
Indianapolis Colts+2800+2800
New England Patriots+2800+3300
Tennessee Titans+2800+4000
Pittsburgh Steelers+3000+3500
Minnesota Vikings+3300+5000
Arizona Cardinals+5000+4000
Atlanta Falcons+5000+5500
Chicago Bears+5000+5000
Philadelphia Eagles+5000+9000
Carolina Panthers+6000+6000
Denver Broncos+6000+3000
Las Vegas Raiders+6000+6600
Washington Football Team+6000+4000
Cincinnati Bengals+6600+12500
Houston Texans+6600+20000
New York Giants+6600+7500
Detroit Lions+7500+20000
New York Jets+9000+15000
Jacksonville Jaguars+10000+10000
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Matt Burke is the Sports Editor and Head of Evergreen/SEO Content at TheLines.com. He is the Founder and former Editor-in-Chief of MetroBet, a digital and print sports betting platform, and was the Executive Sports Editor at Metro US Newspapers (New York, Philadelphia, Boston) from 2014-2020. Matt has covered Super Bowls and Final Fours, and his work has appeared for Sports Illustrated, CBS Sports, the Eagle Tribune, Gloucester Daily Times and Newburyport Daily News. Matt is a graduate of the University of Connecticut.

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