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Super Bowl Odds Update

We’re getting down to the nitty-gritty. Only three games are left for each team to play in the 2021 NFL regular season, and with seven teams qualifying from each conference, it seems almost everyone has a chance of making the playoffs. You’ll find 28 of the league’s 32 teams on the Super Bowl odds board at Bovada Sportsbook – yes, even the 4-10 New York Giants are there at +500000.

2021-22 Super Bowl Odds

While the Giants try to mount the most incredible comeback in sports history, there’s a new Super Bowl favorite at Bovada – but a very familiar one. Here are the top five contenders at press time.

1. Kansas City Chiefs (+450)

What a turnaround it’s been for the 2019 champions. Kansas City (10-4 SU, 7-7 ATS) have won seven straight games to retake first place in the AFC standings, and stake their claim once again as the league’s most dangerous team. Much of it has to do with the improvements they’ve made on defense, partly through schematic changes, and partly through the return of several injured players to the lineup.

1. Green Bay Packers (+450)

Only one team has clinched a playoff spot heading into Week 16, and it’s the Packers (11-3 SU and ATS), who continue to win games despite their questionable defense and league-worst special teams. Strength of schedule has played its part; Green Bay have already clinched the NFC North, where they’re the only winning team in the division. However, it’s mostly because of QB Aaron Rodgers, who is now the +125 favorite to retain his MVP crown.

3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+600)

The Buccaneers (10-4 SU, 7-7 ATS) were No. 1 on the Super Bowl odds list over the past several months, but they fell off their perch after losing 9-0 to the New Orleans Saints (+11.5 away) on Sunday Night Football. If the loss wasn’t disheartening enough, Tampa’s injury list isn’t ideal either: WR Chris Godwin (knee) is out for the rest of the season, RB Leonard Fournette (hamstring) might not return before the playoffs and WR Mike Evans (hamstring) is still unsure for Week 16.

4. New England Patriots (+900)

Never count out Bill Belichick. He’s proving that the Patriots (9-5 SU and ATS) can succeed without Tom Brady at quarterback, thanks primarily to their league-leading defense – although rookie QB Mac Jones (18 TDs, 10 INTs) also deserves credit for his “game manager” skills. Expect the comparisons between Jones and Brady to continue as New England and Tampa Bay get closer to a potential Super Bowl LVI matchup at SoFi Stadium.

5. Los Angeles Rams (+950)

The Rams (10-4 SU, 7-7 ATS) would like nothing more than to knock Tampa out of the playoffs and finally win the Big Game on their own turf. After going 0-3 in November, they’ve taken three straight games SU and ATS, erasing some of the concerns over QB Matthew Stafford and how he was holding up as he nears his 34th birthday.

*Odds as of December 22, 2021

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