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The 2021 NFL Draft has concluded, which means it’s time to look at the current 2022 Super Bowl odds and make 2022 Super Bowl 56 predictions and bet tips. Which NFL teams are the best Super Bowl 56 bets going forward after making their new 2021 NFL Draft picks? Which 2022 Super Bowl sleeper teams are worth keeping an eye on over the summer? Here are our 2022 Super Bowl predictions and Super Bowl 56 bet tips courtesy of BetMGM’s odds current as of Sunday, May 2, at noon ET.
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2022 Super Bowl Predictions & Bet Tips Following 2021 NFL Draft
What Are The 2022 Super Bowl 56 Odds For All 32 NFL Teams?
- Kansas City Chiefs (+500)
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+800)
- Buffalo Bills (+1200)
- Los Angeles Rams (+1200)
- Baltimore Ravens (+1400)
- San Francisco 49ers (+1400)
- Cleveland Browns (+1600)
- Green Bay Packers (+1600)
- Denver Broncos (+2000)
- Indianapolis Colts (+2200)
- Dallas Cowboys (+2500)
- New England Patriots (+2500)
- New Orleans Saints (+2500)
- Seattle Seahawks (+2500)
- Arizona Cardinals (+3000)
- Los Angeles Chargers (+3000)
- Miami Dolphins (+3000)
- Minnesota Vikings (+4000)
- Pittsburgh Steelers (+4000)
- Tennessee Titans (+4000)
- Carolina Panthers (+5000)
- Chicago Bears (+5000)
- Atlanta Falcons (+6600)
- Las Vegas Raiders (+6600)
- Washington Football Team (+6600)
- New York Giants (+8000)
- New York Jets (+8000)
- Philadelphia Eagles (+8000)
- Cincinnati Bengals (+10000)
- Jacksonville Jaguars (+12500)
- Detroit Lions (+15000)
- Houston Texans (+20000)
2022 Super Bowl 56 Odds current as of May 2 on BetMGM.
What Are The Best 2022 Super Bowl 56 Sleeper Bet Picks?
No team had a better draft class than the Cleveland Browns. They added two quality defenders in cornerback Greg Newsome and linebacker Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah. Both players should see the field a ton as rookies and will help a defense that needed more speed.
Cleveland already was a legit contender in the AFC, making it to the divisional round of the NFL playoffs last season. If new additions like John Johnson and EDGE rusher Jadeveon Clowney can improve this defense, the Browns might just have the best overall roster in the conference.
We know they have a dominant rushing attack and will be getting back Odell Beckham Jr. from his ACL injury. At 16-1 odds to win Super Bowl 56, the Cleveland Browns are one of the most dangerous teams in the AFC and is steadily improving each year.
Despite winning the ever-competitive NFC West last season, the Seahawks have managed to become an underdog this year. They have the best quarterback in the division and an offense that should be dominant again this year.
While they didn’t add much during the draft, this is a team that is always competitive and has never had a losing season with Russell Wilson. They also don’t have many holes on their roster and have a bunch of high-end talents like D.K. Metcalf, Jamal Adams, and Bobby Wagner.
We know this team can be a tad conservative in certain games and moments, but the overall talent is too hard to ignore. Seattle is a fantastic bet to make the playoffs and we know how good Wilson can be in big games. Consider them an excellent value at 25-1 as they match up well with the best teams in the conference.
After selecting TE Kyle Pitts at No. 4 overall in the 2021 NFL Draft, the Atlanta Falcons might just have the most talented set of pass-catchers in the league. With new head coach Arthur Smith, who turned the Tennessee Titans offense into a game-breaker, this should be one of the best offenses in the NFL.
Matt Ryan is still a quality quarterback and isn’t that far removed from his 2016 MVP season. If they can protect Ryan, this should be an offense that scores 28-30 points per game on a weekly basis.
At 66-1 odds, the Falcons are a decent 2022 Super Bowl winner bet simply on their likely ability to just outscore everyone. The defense still needs some work, but even an average unit will allow this team to make the playoffs.
What Team Is The Best 2022 Super Bowl 56 Bet Pick?
After winning the Super Bowl last year, Tampa Bay has managed to bring back all 22 starters from the year before. The Bucs also added a talented pass rusher in Joe Tryon in the first round, giving them even more depth on the defensive line.
They are also expecting young players like Devin White, Antoine Winfield Jr. and Sean Murphy-Bunting to take steps, giving them a defense that is athletic and versatile. With Tom Brady in Year 2 in Tampa Bay, this is an incredible roster with depth and Pro Bowlers galore. At +800, the Bucs are a fantastic value as their odds will only increase as we get closer to the season.
No team in the NFC has a roster even close to the Buccaneers, and they should be a heavy favorite to make it to the Super Bowl once again.