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How Super Bowl 56 odds look heading into Week 2

We break down Super Bowl 56 odds as Week 2 opens with Giants vs. Washington on Thursday Night Football.

Josh Allen #17 of the Buffalo Bills throws a pass around Melvin Ingram #8 of the Pittsburgh Steelers during the fourth quarter at Highmark Stadium on September 12, 2021 in Orchard Park, New York. Photo by Timothy T Ludwig/Getty Images

The New York Giants and Washington Football Team face off on Thursday Night Football to open Week 2, and it’s safe to say we don’t have to worry about their Super Bowl odds for the time being. Both teams lost in Week 1 and expectations have been low all offseason. New York comes into TNF with +10000 odds to win the Super Bowl at DraftKings Sportsbook while Washington comes into the game with +6500 odds.

That being said, we still want to circle back to Super Bowl odds heading into each new week. It’s possible New York or Washington turn into surprises later this year, but odds are pretty good that if one of them has won the NFC East to claim a playoff spot, the division is having a repeat of 2020’s miserable performances.

In the meantime, the Kansas City Chiefs remain favorites to win it all at +500. Their odds have not moved since the summer and a close win over the Cleveland Browns didn’t change anything. They remain just ahead of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who improved from +600 to +550 with their win over the Dallas Cowboys.

There’s going to be plenty of contenders by the end of the season, but heading into Week 2, it’s a two-horse race at the sportsbook. That means there remains plenty of value down the board. The Buffalo Bills are an interesting team to consider coming off their Week 1 loss to Pittsburgh. They dropped from +1000 to +1100. They travel down to Miami in Week 2 and frankly, that’s no gimme. An 0-2 start is historically a problem for getting to the Super Bowl, but the Bills could grow even further this week. And even if they beat Miami, it likely won’t change their odds too much. It might be worth waiting another week before they host Washington in Week 3.

Here’s where the Super Bowl odds stand at DraftKings Sportsbook heading into Week 2.

Super Bowl 56 odds, Week 6

Team Week 1 Week 6 Week 7
Team Week 1 Week 6 Week 7
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +600 +500 +600
Buffalo Bills +1000 +550 +450
Kansas City Chiefs +500 +750 +700
Los Angeles Rams +1400 +800 +800
Baltimore Ravens +1400 +1200 +1000
Green Bay Packers +1300 +1200 +1200
Arizona Cardinals +4500 +1400 +1100
Dallas Cowboys +3500 +1500 +1400
Cleveland Browns +1600 +1600 +1800
Los Angeles Chargers +3000 +1600 +2000
New Orleans Saints +3000 +3000 +3000
San Francisco 49ers +1400 +4000 +4000
Tennessee Titans +3000 +4000 +4000
Denver Broncos +4500 +5000 +8000
Seattle Seahawks +2000 +8000 +8000
Minnesota Vikings +5000 +8000 +8000
New England Patriots +3500 +8000 +10000
Las Vegas Raiders +10000 +10000 +10000
Carolina Panthers +9000 +10000 +20000
Miami Dolphins +3500 +10000 +20000
Indianapolis Colts +3500 +10000 +10000
Philadelphia Eagles +10000 +10000 +20000
Washington +5000 +15000 +20000
Pittsburgh Steelers +4500 +15000 +15000
Cincinnati Bengals +15000 +15000 +15000
Chicago Bears +6500 +20000 +20000
Atlanta Falcons +8000 +40000 +25000
New York Giants +8000 +50000 +50000
New York Jets +15000 +100000 +100000
Detroit Lions +20000 +100000 +100000
Houston Texans +30000 +100000 +100000
Jacksonville Jaguars +13000 +100000 +100000

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