Super Bowl 2022
The SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles has been chosen as the host venue for Super Bowl LVI, which is set to take place on February 6, 2022. It will be the first Super Bowl hosted in the Greater Los Angeles area since the 1993 clash between the Dallas Cowboys and the Buffalo Bills.
Sportsbooks have already released futures betting odds on Super Bowl LVI. Kansas City has been named the favorite to win it, despite suffering a 31-9 defeat to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Super Bowl LV. That was a painful night for Patrick Mahomes, who was named Super Bowl MVP after leading the Chiefs to glory the previous year. Yet Kansas City remains the most dangerous team in the league, and it is easy to see why it is the favorite in the Super Bowl LVI winner odds.
The Bucs are second in the betting after veteran QB Tom Brady cemented his legendary status by leading them to that famous victory at Super Bowl LV. Brady’s arrival has transformed the franchise, and he will make them serious contenders once again. Yet the league is stacked with talented teams, with the Packers, Bills, Rams, 49ers, Ravens and Saints all near the top of the futures betting chart.
SBR will provide our readers with regular futures betting updates over the course of the season. The odds will shift dramatically as teams embark on winning streaks, key players are injured and momentum swings back and forth, so make sure you regularly check out NFL betting odds to find exciting odds and opportunities to hedge.