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A look at Super Bowl 56 odds with the 2022 NFL playoff picture complete

The 2021 NFL regular season officially is officially a wrap, and the Wild Card round is just around the corner. We have a look at updated super bowl odds now that they playoff field is set.

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Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers takes the field for warm up before the game against the Lions on Sunday, Jan. 9, 2022, at Ford Field.
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After 18 weeks, the 2021 NFL regular season is finally over and the business end of the competition begins. 14 teams have made the playoffs, headlined by the Green Bay Packers and Tennessee Titans as the top seeds in the NFC and AFC, respectively.

The Packers are the favorites to win Super Bowl 56 per DraftKings Sportsbook and there’s good reason for that. Green Bay has the likely MVP again in quarterback Aaron Rodgers and is relatively healthy across the board. The Packers should also be getting some key defensive players back as the team rests up during the first-round bye. The Titans are also getting a key player back with Derrick Henry returning and have the AFC’s top seed. They’re a sneaky value play at +850 given how they’ve navigated this season with injuries.

The Chiefs are a strong play at +450, especially since nobody outside of Tom Brady has beaten this team in a game that mattered over the last three seasons. The health of Tyreek Hill will be important to monitor but the Chiefs should be able to win their opening game easily. The real question will be if they can win a road game in the playoffs, something they haven’t had to do in three seasons. The Bills close out the top 3 at +750 and have completed the season on a four-game winning streak, re-capturing some of their early-season mojo. Josh Allen is playing as well as any quarterback in the league right now, and you know Buffalo feels it has some unfinished business with Kansas City after last season’s AFC championship game.

The Buccaneers are a bit underrated at +800, although they’re dealing with some injuries. Leonard Fournette should be good to go, but the status of Mike Evans is a bit in doubt. As long as Brady is upright, this team has a chance. In a similar vein, the Patriots are a high-upside option at +2000. They’ve got a difficult path as a low seed, so that’ll be tough to overcome for Bill Belichick’s group.

Here’s a look at every playoff team’s odds to win the Super Bowl as the postseason begins.

Super Bowl 56 odds (as of Jan. 10)

Green Bay Packers: +380
Kansas City Chiefs: +450
Buffalo Bills: +750
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: +800
Tennessee Titans: +850
Los Angeles Rams: +1000
Dallas Cowboys: +1200
Cincinnati Bengals: +1800
New England Patriots: +2000
San Francisco 49ers: +2000
Arizona Cardinals: +2500
Las Vegas Raiders: +4000
Philadelphia Eagles: +6000
Pittsburgh Steelers: +6000