NFL Power Rankings based on Super Bowl odds (Who are the greatest players this week?)
There have been a ton of movement in the latest Super Bowl odds on WynnBET, and we haven’t even started training camp!
Every week at BetSided, yours truly breaks down the latest roster moves, injuries and more in our NFL Power Rankings. It’s never too early to consider your Super Bowl future, so without further ado, here’s my latest power rankings based on WynnBET Sportsbook odds to win it all in 2022.
No movement for Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers atop the odds board.
Chiefs fans probably won’t like this, but the Bills deserve to be favored in the AFC heading into 2022.
Kansas City is still a top contender even without Tyreek Hill.
The Rams may have an easier path in the NFC West with Trey Lance likely leading the way for the 49ers.
The Packers should have it easy in the NFC North, but will they be able to overcome the difficulty in the playoffs?
The Cowboys continue to climb in the odds, rising from +1800 last week to +1600.
The Ravens’ win total is pegged at 9.5 with the OVER at -140. They are an elite candidate to rebound in 2022.
The Chargers have gone from +1500 to +1600 in the latest odds. AFC West is going to be tough to navigate.
The Bengals went from +1800 to +2000. The road back to the Super Bowl looks more difficult every day.
Broncos jumped from +1800 to +2000 after videos of Russell Wilson promoting Broncos fans hit Twitter. That’s not why the odds went down, but it’s funny to think about it.
I wouldn’t be shocked if the Eagles made things interesting in the NFC East with their new roster.
Stay away from the Browns! The team’s odds have risen from +1500 to +1800 with more uncertainty surrounding embattled QB Deshaun Watson.
I’m not sold on Trey Lance yet, but bettors seem to think he’s going to raise San Francisco’s cap.
The Colts are another AFC contender who saw their odds jump from +1800 to +2000 this week.
The Raiders don’t get much respect after making the playoffs in 2021.
The Cardinals’ odds are falling off a cliff, going from +2500 to +4000 even with Kyler Murray back at OTAs.
The Saints’ ratings have risen throughout the offseason as they build around Jameis Winston.
I feel like Bill Belichick’s team could have much shorter odds come playoff time.
Titans have gone from +2500 to +3000 over the past week on WynnBET.
Tua Tagovailoa may be calling out Twitter users to criticize him, but bettors still knocked the Dolphins down from +3500 to +4000 to win the Super Bowl.
Can Kirk Cousins turn the tide for the Vikings and get them back to the playoffs? The odds seem to be stacked against him.
Anytime you ask if Mitch Trubisky is the answer, you’re probably not in Super Bowl contention.
Commanders changed from +7500 to +10000 in the latest ratings. Too bad for Carson Wentz who makes this team a competitor…
The Jaguars’ season will rely solely on the development of Trevor Lawrence.
The Bears went from +7500 to +10000 to win the Super Bowl, like the Commanders.
The Giants’ odds haven’t budged, but they’ve never started in the right place.
I loved the Jets’ offseason moves. Will they put things together in 2022? That remains to be seen.
The Panthers’ chances seem entirely too short for a team that will likely have Sam Darnold as their starting quarterback.
The Seahawks have gone from +10,000 to +15,000 over the past week in the odds. They will likely continue to fall until they make a move for a quarterback.
The Falcons may be the favorite for the No. 1 pick this season depending on who they play at QB.
The Lions’ win total is pegged at 6.5, suggesting they could be better in 2022.
No movement for Davis Mills and company in the ratings this week.
Find Peter Dewey’s complete betting record here.