NFL Power Rankings Based on Super Bowl Odds (Which AFC West Team Has Most Value?)

Training camp for the 2022 NFL season is just a month away, and the futures market is starting to settle in with less roster moves being made.

Last week, we saw the Los Angeles Rams make a jump after locking up Cooper Kupp and Aaron Donald? Does anyone have a similar leap in them this week?

Each week at BetSided, yours truly is breaking down the latest roster moves, injuries and more in our NFL Power Rankings. It’s never too early to consider your Super Bowl futures, so without further ado, here’s my latest power rankings based on the odds at WynnBET Sportsbook to win it all in 2022.

Can Tom Brady win another Super Bowl title? The oddsmakers sure think so, as the Buccaneers have remained the favorites ever since he returned from retirement.

Von Miller wants to thinks the Bills can win the title this season, and he may be the missing piece for them on defense.

I’m all in on the Los Angeles Rams after they brought back Aaron Donald on a new deal. It’s hard to repeat as Super Bowl champions, but this team has a ton of vets and a solid core that should help them make a run.

People are sleeping on the Chiefs, and I could see these odds getting slashed in half if they get out to a strong start.

The most interesting part of the Packers ‘offseason will be seeing who develops as Aaron Rodgers’ No. 1 pass catcher.

The Chargers really improved their defense in the offseason, and they have the third-shortest odds in the AFC.

Every contender in the NFC is going to have shorter odds with the AFC being so tough. However, Dallas is far from a lock to win the NFC East with the Eagles improving so much this offseason.

I can’t help but feel like this is a discount on the Ravens, who dealt with a ton of injuries last season and missed the postseason.

Do Joe Burrow and company have enough to make it back to the Super Bowl? The road will be tough, but an improved offensive line should help.

Denver’s offense should be much better with Russell Wilson leading the way, but the defense will need to hold up as well against some of the AFC West’s high-powered attacks.

There’s value on taking the Eagles to win the NFC East. Dallas’ defense has a lot of question marks after Micah Parsons.

The Colts missed the playoffs last season, but they feel like a perfect team to jump into the field with Matt Ryan at quarterback in 2022.

Before betting on the 49ers there is one question to ask: Do I believe in Trey Lance?

The Raiders have a really solid roster, especially on offense. This price is disrespectful for a team that made the playoffs last season.

The Browns deserve to fall even further after getting themselves into the Deshaun Watson mess. We are still waiting on the length of Watson’s suspension.

Kyler Murray has a chance to become an MVP candidate again if the Cardinals start the season as strong as they did in 2021 … only this time he wont ‘have DeAndre Hopkins.

The Saints are the only team in the NFC South that has even a chance to win the division over the Bucs.

Bill Belichick-led teams can’t be counted out, but I don’t think the Patriots are a lock to make the playoffs just yet.

Can Derrick Henry carry the Titans back to the playoffs? It’s going to be tougher without AJ Brown and Julio Jones on the outside.

A Dolphins-Chiefs first-round playoff matchup would be something else after all the talking Tyreek Hill has done this offseason.

Kirk Cousins ‚Äč‚Äčlikely needs to get the Vikings back in the playoffs this year, otherwise the team may need to rebuild a bit.

The Steelers may not have the quarterback talent that other AFC contenders have, but they have one of the best coaches in Mike Tomlin, making this price a serious value.

Doug Pederson has a pretty sweet gig getting to fix Trevor Lawrence in Year 2.

The Commanders put all of their eggs into the Carson Wentz basket in a division he’s already failed in …

I’m not out on Justin Fields, but his supporting cast needs some serious work.

Brian Daboll will have his work cut out for him turning the Giants into a contender for the playoff spot this season.

Zach Wilson could be one of the most fun quarterbacks to watch with an improved line and improved weapons in his second NFL season.

The Panthers should probably just start Matt Corral and take their lumps in the 2022 season.

I never thought Geno Smith would be a team’s starter entering the season, but it’s looking more likely with each passing week in Seattle.

The Lions’ odds to win the NFC North suggest they could end up ahead of the Bears this season.

The Falcons are the only team with +10000 odds to win the NFC. It would be shocking if Desmond Ridder didn’t start several games for this team in 2022.

The Texans are the only team with greater than +6000 odds to win the AFC at +10000. It’s going to be an uphill battle again in 2022.

Find Peter Dewey’s full betting record here.

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