NFL Power Rankings Based on Super Bowl Odds (How Does Each Team Stand After Preseason?)

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We’ve made it through the preseason and we’re less than two weeks away from kicking off the Buffalo Bills and Los Angeles Rams’ 2022 campaign.

The preseason has already given us some answers on some positional battles, and there are sure to be more to come next week, primarily the Atlanta Falcons and Seattle Seahawks quarterback battles.

Every week at BetSided, yours truly breaks down the latest roster moves, injuries and more in our NFL Power Rankings. With the regular season fast approaching, here is my latest power rankings based on WynnBET Sportsbook odds to win it all:

Do bills deserve to be so favored? Maybe not. But it’s hard to say they won’t be one of the best teams in the NFL.

The defending champions will be extremely difficult to beat as long as they stay healthy in 2022.

If there’s one thing you don’t do, it’s count Tom Brady out until he’s officially eliminated.

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (15).

The Chiefs feel like a value at +1000. It may be my first choice for the Super Bowl…

Romeo Doubs could be Aaron Rodgers’ new favorite target, and Green Bay needs someone to sustain themselves offensively in 2022.

The Chargers are the trending Super Bowl pick this season, but it’s going to be tough in the NFL’s top division.

Losing Tyron Smith to a hamstring injury won’t help, but Dallas has gone over .500 without him in their career.

Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson.

Is Russell Wilson becoming the new Peyton Manning in Denver?

The Ravens are the favorites to win the AFC North, and it should be fun watching them fight the Bengals for the division title in 2022.

The Bengals are being disrespected in the odds by a team that has really worked to improve its offensive line issues this offseason.

That seems like too short a price for the 49ers until we see Trey Lance play a few regular season games.

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts (1).

The Eagles are a bit of a wild card, as they look like a playoff team, could win the NFC East, but could also take a step back if Jalen Hurts struggles. I’m a Hurts fan, but there are still a few flaws in his game.

If Matt Ryan has anything left in the tank, the Colts should win the AFC South after falling apart in 2021.

Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray.

Kliff Kingsbury and Kyler Murray are trying to beat ‘two-season storytelling’ claims in the 2022 campaign.

The Raiders are in the toughest division in the NFL, but they could still sneak into the playoffs, especially after doing so last season.

The Patriots open this high because of Bill Belichick, but I’m very concerned about their offense in 2022.

Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa.

Is 2022 the season when Tua Tagovailoa breaks out? Miami put all of its chips on the former No. 5 overall pick…

Minnesota seems destined to clinch a playoff spot in the NFC, especially in a weak division.

The Saints’ path to the playoffs will depend on the actual quality of the NFC East and NFC West in 2022.

Cleveland Browns quarterback Jacoby Brissett.

Jacoby Brissett has a chance to prove himself with Deshaun Watson suspended, his play for Miami last season leaves me with very little hope in the Browns offense.

I wait before betting on the future of the Titans. This offense has undergone a major overhaul, and if Derrick Henry doesn’t stay healthy, this team could be in trouble.

Looks like the Kenny Pickett era is going to start sooner than you think…

Washington Commanders quarterback Carson Wentz.

Commanders are at Chase Young to start the season, and they’ll need help from their offense to stay afloat in the NFC.

Baker Mayfield’s revenge tour begins in Cleveland, and he could make a lot of money this season if the Panthers exceed expectations.

The Giants are an intriguing team in Brian Daboll’s first season, but unless you like Danny Dimes, it’s hard to trust the Giants to top their seven-game win total.

Trevor Lawrence.

Trevor Lawrence and the Jags could jump into 2022, but until they prove it, they’re staying here.

They have a better chance than some of those teams, but the Bears seem destined for a tough season given the lack of talent on the roster.

Pete Carroll thinks the Seahawks have “two No. 1s” at quarterback… I can promise you that Geno Smith and Drew Lock aren’t so…

New York Jets quarterback Joe Flacco.

Joe Flacco threw a horrible pick in the Jets’ final preseason game, and fans have to pray that Zach Wilson is ready to go sooner rather than later.

Let’s hope the Lions don’t crumble with heightened expectation in Dan Campbell’s second season.

This quarterback battle doesn’t really matter, because I don’t see the Falcons making the playoffs no matter who’s under center in 2022.

Houston Texans running back Dameon Pierce.

The Texans can be tough to watch at times this season, but there’s a fair amount of young talent there too. Rookie running back Dameon Pierce could become a cherished betting/fantasy prop in 2022.

Find Peter Dewey’s complete betting record here.

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