Latest Super Bowl 57 Odds
It has been an incredible month for the NFL news cycle. I can’t remember an off-season quite like this one, especially when you think about it from a quarterback perspective. If this is the new normal in football, the off-season won’t even really exist. It’s created daily changes on the Super Bowl 57 odds board.
The Broncos and Browns were teams many thought were a quarterback away from Super Bowl contention and now they’re firmly in the mix. Meanwhile, it’s strange to see the Seahawks and Steelers firmly near the bottom of the odds-board. So much as changed since the Rams hoisted the Lombardi Trophy.
These are the latest Super Bowl 57 odds just over a month from the NFL Draft on April 28th.
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Super Bowl Odds
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+750|
|Kansas City Chiefs||+900|
|Green Bay Packers||+1100|
|Los Angeles Rams||+1100|
|San Francisco 49ers||+1400|
|Los Angeles Chargers||+1600|
|New Orleans Saints||+3000|
|Las Vegas Raiders||+3500|
|New England Patriots||+3500|
|New York Giants||+10000|
|New York Jets||+15000|
How the Odds Have Shifted
🔻 Cincinnati Bengals (+2100)
The Bengals have been active during free agency. Shoring up the offensive line with the addition of La’el Collins as well as signing Alex Cappa and Ted Koras. Not to mention the team was able to keep Jessie Bates in town on the franchise tag. The NFL world is applauding Cincinnati for taking care of some major question marks heading into 2022.
So why are their odds expanding following this? Well it’s likely the team was a little bit overvalued after the Super Bowl, you could see them as low as +1000. Perhaps our partners at BetMGM are inviting you to place a wager? The AFC North will be quite the battle, with both the Ravens and Browns making improvements of their own this off-season.
🟢 Cleveland Browns (+1600)
The acquisition of Deshaun Watson has turned the Browns into the favorites to win the AFC North and a significant boost from their once +3500 odds. Watson is set to have the best pass protection of his career, but is a receiving corps of Amari Cooper, Donovan Peoples-Jones and Jakeem Grant going to be enough to warrant these odds? Not to mention the significant raise he received after waiving his no-trade clause. Teams don’t win Super Bowl’s when their quarterback is one of the highest paid in the NFL. But there is a lot of young talent on the defense, so perhaps they can change the narrative.
🟢 Green Bay Packers (+1100)
The dust has begun to settle on a much anticipated off-season for the Green Bay Packers. They got their guy Aaron Rodgers back but it didn’t come without a cost for the rest of the team and more specifically, the offense. The quarterbacks gargantuan cap hit didn’t leave enough for Davante Adams. A first and second round pick can certainly help them though.
You’d have to think theyl’ll address wide receiver in the draft, but you’d have to think a free agent addition is on the table. I can’t imagine Matt LaFleur would be happy with a tandem of Randall Cobb, Allen Lazard and a rookie. They’ll also need some help rushing the passer as that’s been the recipe for our two most recent Super Bowl champions.
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