Post Draft Shuffle: Super Bowl futures lines for NFL teams after the 2022 NFL Draft -

Post Draft Shuffle: Super Bowl futures lines for NFL teams after the 2022 NFL Draft

by WebMaster

Posted: 5/9/2022 7:28:49 PM

Since the L.A. Rams won the 2022 Super Bowl, an interesting NFL offseason packed with trades and free-agent movement has been in full swing.

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The NFL Draft took place from April 28th to 30th. Five defensive players were selected within the first five picks, leading Travon Walker to the Jacksonville Jaguars. By the end of the first round, 16 defensive players and six wide receivers were selected, including four during the first 12 picks.

The Pittsburgh Steelers picked quarterback Kenny Pickett, a University of Pittsburgh product, as the sole first-round signal-caller. The next quarterback to be picked was in the third round.

Let’s have a hold of new Super Bowl odds for 2023 now that the trade is concluded. Super Bowl 57 will be held on February 12, 2023, at State Farm Arena in Glendale, Arizona.

Super Bowl 2023 Champion Odds (via FanDuel)

Buffalo Bills: +650

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: +750

Kansas City Chiefs: +950

Los Angeles Rams: +1100

Green Bay Packers: +1100

Los Angeles Chargers: +1600

San Francisco 49ers: +1600

Denver Broncos: +1600

Dallas Cowboys: +1700

Cleveland Browns: +1900

Cincinnati Bengals: +2200

Baltimore Ravens: +2200

Indianapolis Colts: +2200

Arizona Cardinals: +2700

Tennessee Titans: +3000

Philadelphia Eagles: +3500

Minnesota Vikings: +4000

Miami Dolphins: +4000

Las Vegas Raiders: +4000

New England Patriots: +4000

New Orleans Saints: +4400

Washington Commanders: +7000

Pittsburgh Steelers: +8000

New York Giants: +8000

Carolina Panthers: +10000

Chicago Bears: +10000

Jacksonville Jaguars: +10000

Seattle Seahawks: +10000

Detroit Lions: +15000

New York Jets: +15000

Atlanta Falcons: +18000

Houston Texans: +22000


The AFC's Super Bowl Favorite

The NFC has a little advantage in Super Bowl triumphs since the NFL-AFL merger and the switch to the modern two-conference arrangement in 1970. The AFC has lost the last two big games, but that came after the conference had won five of the past six major games. On the AFC side, here is the apparent favorite:

Buffalo Bills at +650

For the past two seasons, the Bills have lost in the playoffs to the Kansas City Chiefs. But, they are now leading the future market, so this could be their year to breakthrough.

Buffalo hasn’t been to the Finals since losing four straight games in the early nineties. The Bills’ present reinvention flashes back to the club’s glory days.

The NFC's Super Bowl favorite

The NFC is on a two-game unbeaten run in the Finals. Unlike the AFC, in which a lot of credible challengers exist, the NFC appears to be top-heavy at the time. Let’s take a glance at the NFC’s top contender:

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at +700

The Buccaneers’ Super Bowl chances have been on a magic carpet ride since they were initially released, as have the fans’ hopes. Both events can be traced back to the same cause: Tom Brady’s astonishingly short retirement.

With Tom Brady’s return, Tampa Bay is now considered the top favorite in the NFC. Since Todd Bowles took charge of the team, it has been to two straight NFC title games, with a chance to add to the tally.

If you’re looking for more on NFL super bowl odds, you can access them at FanDuel sportsbook.

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