We’ve reached the final week of the 2022 NFL regular season. If you haven’t bet on the Super Bowl yet, now might be your chance. While the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Green Bay Packers appear to be gaining momentum, the Jacksonville Jaguars are increasing interest in his AFC side.
Super Bowl odds are fluid. Let’s take a look at the current odds compared to a week ago. Below, we list his Super Bowl odds for every team still in contention and break down some of the notable changes.
All NFL odds are provided by Caesars Sportsbook.
Packers and Buccaneers continue to rise, Vikings decline
Were you stupid enough to count Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers? Brady and the Bucks won the NFC South for the second year in a row, but the Packers are one win away from making the playoffs.
The Buccaneers offense may have finally gotten off the ground with a 30-24 victory over the Carolina Panthers. Brady completed his 34 of his 45 passes for 432 yards and scored 3 touchdowns. All three of those were Mike Evans’s. The star wideout he caught 10 passes and he scored 3 for 207 yards and Chris Godwin recorded his 120 receiving yards for 9 catches. Tampa Bay jumped from +3500 to +2500 this past week to win the Super Bowl. Brady is officially into the postseason, and the NFC is feeling a little dark right now with an injury to Jalen Hurts, the 49ers having a third-string quarterback as a starter, and the Vikings in question.
Speaking of the Vikings, they lost 41-17 to the Rodgers and Packers last week. Green Bay’s Super Bowl odds went from +6000 to +3500 and Minnesota went from +2200 to +2800. hypothesized last week That Green Bay could pull the “anti-Packers” this season, disappointing in the regular season and blowing up in the playoffs.
the giants are back
A big win over the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday returned the Giants to the postseason for the first time since 2016. To many, New York may not be considered a legitimate contender, but Las Vegas moved the Giants from +10,000 to +6,000 to win the Super Bowl last week! It’s a big move for the team.
The Dolphins’ 2022 season is glamorous. They won his first three games, lost his next three games, then won five in a row, and now he’s in the middle of a five-game losing streak.Tua Tagovailoa is unlikely to play Teddy Bridgewater suffered a finger injury last week against the Patriots, but suffered a concussion in Week 18 against the New York Jets. That could be Skyler Thompson under center in Miami on Sunday, where the Dolphins climbed from +4000 to +7000 in the past seven days to win the Super Bowl. This move is guaranteed.
The Dolphins win on Sunday, and the Patriots need to lose to the Bills for the final wildcard spot in the AFC. Even if they achieve this feat, I doubt Tagovailoa will play again this season.