The New England Patriots are once again on top of the American Football Conference and hold the number one seed heading into their bye week.
The Kansas City Chiefs have rebounded from an early-season slumber and are now poised to win the remainder of the games and finish with a record of 13-4.
NFL betting sites are placing the Patriots and the Chiefs as the most likely teams to make it to Super Bowl LVI from the AFC, but there is a logjam at the top of the NFC with several franchises vying for the number one seed down the final stretch of 2021-22.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are currently topping the odds for betting on Super Bowl 56, with the Arizona Cardinals, Green Bay Packers, and Los Angeles Rams following closely behind.
The Cardinals have the inside edge on the Rams for winning the NFC West and can control their own destiny in regard to securing the number one seed in the conference.
The Packers and Buccaneers are just one game back of the Cardinals and many would argue that they each have a weaker strength of schedule than Arizona over the final weeks.
Kansas City’s schedule features all winnable games, whereas the Patriots still have to play the Buffalo Bills and the Miami Dolphins for a second time this season, two teams they split the series with earlier in the year.
NFL Playoff betting sites are projecting a strong potential for a Super Bowl that features Tom Brady and his Buccaneers vs his old team and head coach – Bill Belichick’s Patriots.
Super Bowl 56 Odds To Win
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers+550
- New England Patriots+650
- Green Bay Packers+700
- Kansas City Chiefs+700
- Arizona Cardinals+750
- Buffalo Bills+1100
- Los Angeles Rams+1200
Green Bay may be a Super Bowl underdog worthy of laying some action on at this juncture. They’ve been to the last two NFC Championship Games and perhaps with enough opportunity, eventually they’ll encounter an opponent that forgets to bring their A-game.
Aaron Rodgers has already proven his championship pedigree in the past. and considering how far his Packers have gotten in the NFL Playoffs over the past two seasons, it’s Lombardi or bust for Green Bay going forth.
Regardless of the team being bet upon for the postseason, placing a bet now locks in the high, triple-digit NFL moneylines that are on the board currently.
No matter which team is being selected, as long as the Super Bowl winner is correctly picked, any NFL bet made will net a minimum of $5.50 per dollar risked.