We are under two months away from Super Bowl LVI, so it may be time to get your bets in! We now have two teams tied atop the Week 16 odds in the Green Bay Packers and the Kansas City Chiefs, while Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers took a tumble. The odds are starting to see some major movement, and that's a trend that's going to continue.
The Chiefs (+550) were the early favorites to win the 2022 Super Bowl, according to Caesars Sportsbook. The Packers (+900), Buccaneers (+1100), Baltimore Ravens (+1200), Buffalo Bills (+1200) and Los Angeles Rams (+1300) followed them. Things have changed in a big way since then. Here's a breakdown of the 10 teams that currently own the shortest odds to win Super Bowl LVI, which will take place at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, on Sunday, Feb. 13, 2022.
|Team||Current odds||Last week's odds|
1. Green Bay Packers
2. Kansas City Chiefs
3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
5. Los Angeles Rams
6. Buffalo Bills
(Not ranked in top 10)
10. Tennessee Titans
The Packers found themselves engaged in a tight game with the Ravens thanks to the heroics of Tyler Huntley, but Vegas didn't seem to care, as Green Bay received a big bump in Super Bowl odds. The Buccaneers, who were the previous Super Bowl favorites, fell all the way to third after being blanked by the New Orleans Saints, 9-0. Not only that, but Brady also lost his top receiver in Chris Godwin for the season due to a torn ACL. Mike Evans, Lavonte David and Leonard Fournette also suffered injuries.
For the second week in a row we have a new entry into our top 10. Let's hope the Colts stay in the order longer than the Los Angeles Chargers did. Indy makes its debut in the top 10 after downing Mac Jones and the Patriots. The Colts even surpassed their AFC South foe in the Titans in Super Bowl odds! Tennessee has lost three out of its past four due to injuries, but could be getting some important pieces back in the coming weeks.
The Patriots dropped from +750 to +1000 after their loss to the Colts, as the hype after their seven-game win streak has cooled just a bit. They get an important rematch against the Bills this Sunday. Vegas is quickly falling out of love with the Cardinals, who have lost two straight games -- including one to the lowly Detroit Lions. It also doesn't help that DeAndre Hopkins is out for the remainder of the season.