2021-2022 NFL Futures: Odds to Win the Super Bowl
Another season of thrilling NFL action kicks off on September 9th in Tampa Bay as the defending Super Bowl champions take on the Dallas Cowboys. The 2021 season will be like no other as the league has tacked on an extra game to each team’s schedule.
There is a lot of buzz and debate about which team will be the one to hoist the Lombardi Trophy on February 13th, 2022. After the opening odds to win the Super Bowl were released, the conversation mainly revolved around the likes of Tampa Bay, Kansas City, Buffalo, and a few others. These teams have generated plenty of NFL future wagers at the best online sportsbooks.
Unless you have a crystal ball, it’s impossible to determine with any certainty which team will prevail. That’s one of the things that make betting on 2021-22 NFL futures such a great gambling experience. It’s also nice to know that betting on the Super Bowl winner can open up a variety of other betting and hedging opportunities that will compliment your NFL betting strategy, as the Super Bowl Sunday creeps closer and closer.
Let’s have a look at all 32 teams and their Super Bowl odds.
NFL Futures for all 32 Teams
Arizona Cardinals +4000
The Arizona Cardinals appear to be a team on the rise. Kyler Murray made strides in his second NFL season under center, throwing for 3,971 yards and 26 touchdowns against 13 interceptions. There’s little reason to doubt that he will at least replicate those numbers. In fact, there is a very good chance that he will improve as the team as a whole looks to have improved.
One of the biggest problems facing Arizona of late is that they play in the toughest division with the San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks, and Los Angeles Rams. They will need to do a lot better than 2-4 against their NFC West rivals this season if they are to just make the postseason. Since 2017, the Cards are just 8-16 versus their division. It won’t be an easy task, but it’s not outside the realms of possibility.
Atlanta Falcons +6000
The Atlanta Falcons have been in a steep nosedive since that whole 28-3 thing happened. Former Titans offensive coordinator Arthur Smith is now calling the shots, but he’s really got a challenge ahead of him. This is a team that went a pitiful 1-5 against their NFC South opponents in 2020 en route to a lowly 4-12 record.
This team needs to take advantage of a favourable schedule that sees them face the Philadelphia Eagles, New York Giants, WFT, Jets, and Panthers through the first seven weeks. While the second half of the season won’t be as favourable, there are still enough winnable games there. But, who’s kidding who? Even if they do luck out and make the playoffs, the Atlanta Falcons’ history of soiling the bedsheets in the playoffs makes them a hard sell even at +6000.
Baltimore Ravens +1200
The Baltimore Ravens were hoping that running back J.K. Dobbins would take some of the pressure off of Lamar Jackson. Instead, Dobbins was lost for the season. Fortunately, coach Harbaugh has a nice compliment of capable running backs and a potent offense. He also has a tough Baltimore Ravens defense to lean on.
While the Pittsburgh Steelers should provide Baltimore with some stiff competition, it is the Cleveland Browns that appear to be the forerunners this NFL season in the AFC North. If they can keep a step ahead of Pittsburgh while finding the same success against Cleveland as they had last year, a division title is within reach. However, overcoming their postseason woes will be the biggest obstacle. Can they do it? Well, yes. Will they do it? That’s the big question, but it’s worth a shot at +1200.
Buffalo Bills +1000
The Buffalo Bills had a whale of a season last year. Josh Allen looked like a stud as the team cruised to a 13-3 record on their way to the AFC Championship game. Their dominant 6-0 record against the AFC East was a big help. However, it will be difficult to achieve that same level of success this year as the Miami Dolphins and New England Patriots are both improved. The schedule is also dotted with matchups against the likes of Pittsburgh, Kansas City, Tennessee, Indy, and Tampa Bay.
While they may not end up with 13 or 14 wins, they are still the popular pick to win the division. At worst, they will get there as a wild card. At +1000, there is ample value in betting on the Buffalo Bills to win the Super Bowl.
Carolina Panthers +7000
It looks as though the Sam Darnold era is about to commence in Carolina. Matt Rhule needs a lot of things to go right if the Carolina Panthers are to improve on last year’s 5-11 record. Realistically, it’s unrealistic to think that the Carolina Panthers will even sniff a playoff spot in 2021. The thing is, they actually may have a shot.
Carolina has been blessed with a relatively soft schedule that sees them open the season at home against the New York Jets and the New Orleans Saints. Aside from their division rivals, which won five of last year’s six matchups, the Panthers will only face three opponents with a .500 or greater record in 2020. If the Carolina Panthers stay healthy and Darnold can somehow prove he belongs in the NFL, this team could shock the NFL world by sneaking in via the Wild Card. It probably won’t happen, but it isn’t impossible.
Chicago Bears +5000
Many Chicago Bears fans are thrilled that the Mitch Trubisky era is behind them. Sure, Chicago made it to a couple of Wild Card games with the beleaguered QB under center, but many would argue that those minor successes came in spite of his efforts. Trubisky fans can take solace in knowing that Mitch has a good shot at getting a Super Bowl ring this season as he sits on the sidelines as a backup for the Buffalo Bills. Enter Andy Dalton who will desperately try to hold off rookie Justin Fields for that QB1 role. Can you smell that quarterback controversy brewing?
With the 17-game schedule, it’s guaranteed that the Chicago Bears won’t have a .500 record like they have in the past two seasons. One would have to figure that the Bears would need to win at least 10 games to sneak in as a Wild Card once again in 2021. To do this, they have to start with improving on their 2-4 divisional record from 2020. That will be a tough enough challenge.
Cincinnati Bengals +10000
This squad is in tough. While management has given Joe Burrow some offensive talent to work with, they have done little to improve the protection around him. The Steelers, Browns, and Baltimore Ravens are sure to make life a living hell for the second-year quarterback for six of Cinci’s 17 games. He’ll also be facing a few other stout defenses over the remaining schedule.
The question shouldn’t be whether the Cincinnati Bengals will make the playoffs. They won’t. The big question is whether Burrow makes it out of the season intact. Expect another season of Bungles ball!
Cleveland Browns +1300
Here’s an appealing pick. The Cleveland Browns are the talk of the town with a potent offense led by Baker Mayfield. Cleveland can pass, they can run, and a defense featuring Jadeveon Clowney and Myles Garrett will give opposing offenses fits. But let’s not crown them as Super Bowl LVI champions yet. There’s still the matter of making it to the postseason, and they face stiff competition in the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens who have their own Super Bowl aspirations.
A season opener against the mighty Kansas City Chiefs will set the tone. Outside of their divisional rivals and their Week 1 opponents, Cleveland’s schedule features just one team with a winning record in 2020 although the Arizona Cardinals and Chicago Bears were both 8-8. Can this team take it to the next level in the playoffs? At +1300, it’s worth a shot.
Dallas Cowboys +3000
The biggest thing that the Dallas Cowboys have going for themselves is the fact that they play in such a putrid division. Before we discuss the chances of America’s Team winning the Super Bowl, we must first figure out if they have what it takes to finish ahead of the Washington Football Team and the other riff-raff in the NFC East. This will have to happen if the Dallas Cowboys are to overcome the NFL future odds to win the Super Bowl because there probably won’t be any NFC East Wild Card teams.
The Cowboys have a powerful enough offense with a healthy Dak Prescott. The problem is that they gave up about 30 points per game last year. Sadly, little has been done to address this issue. They’ll need to start by doing a lot better than finishing 2-4 against the worst division in football. It will be hard to start the season strong with matches against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Los Angeles Chargers, but the Dallas Cowboys have some winnable games on their schedule. In fact, 12 of their 17 games will come against teams with losing records in 2020. Still, there’s not a lot of value in taking them even at 30-1.
Denver Broncos +3000
Darn those Packers for not moving Aaron Rodgers to the Denver Broncos as was speculated in the offseason. Instead, Denver will start the season with Teddy “The Suitcase” Bridgewater under center and Drew “Interception Machine” Lock waiting for another chance. It’s hard not to feel a bit of pity for this team. They have a very good defense, but it’s going to waste with such a weak offense.
The Denver Broncos have a good opportunity to start the season with a bang as their first three opponents are the New York Giants, Jacksonville Jaguars, and the New York Jets. While they will benefit from facing the dumpster fire that is the NFC East, so does the rest of their division. It’s unimaginable that the Denver Broncos will win any more than 8 or 9 games at most. Even if they do, it’s highly unlikely that it would be enough to get them into the postseason.
Detroit Lions +20000
Sheila Ford Hamp is pissed! Her Detroit Lions had the audacity to win 5 games in 2020. That’s way too many games out of Tank Bowl contention. She wants the team to recapture the glory of that 2008 Detroit Lions team that went 0-16. That got them Matt Stafford at the 2009 NFL draft! Speaking of Stafford, he’s one of the biggest reasons the Lions won those five games in 2020. Detroit should ship him off to the Los Angeles Rams for Jared Goff. That oughta bring that win total down to Tank Bowl levels.
Here’s a fun fact: The Detroit Lions are 1-11 in their last dozen games versus the NFC North over the past two seasons. That’s one too many. Aside from the games on their 2021-22 schedule versus the NFC North, the Lions have the pleasure of facing the NFC West. That could be a sweep. They also take on Pittsburgh, Cleveland, and Baltimore. Just look at those valuable losses rack up!
Green Bay Packers +1200
That was an interesting offseason. Rumor has it that the reigning NFL MVP, Aaron Rodgers era, is coming to an end. Regardless of what happened, and what will happen after the 2022 Super Bowl, the Green Bay Packers are focused on winning here and now. While management and ownership aren’t quite going all-in, they obviously have faith in a tough NFL team that has put up back-to-back 13-3 seasons as well as consecutive appearances in the NFC Championship game. Of course, they fell short in those games which is sorta the reason this whole offseason saga unfolded.
We saw the Green Bay Packers play with purpose last year. We should expect much of the same this season. We will likely see them continue to dominate their division rivals as they have done over the past couple of years. In addition to seeing each NFC West team, the Green Bay Packers will face the entire AFC North. They also have to take on the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead, or whatever they call it now. The point is, the Green Bay Packers’ schedule is no cakewalk. Still, they are fully expected to win the division and make another deep run. +1200 has value here.
Houston Texans +20000
What’s the point of even writing about the chances of the Houston Texans winning Super Bowl LVI? Bill “Bumbles” O’Brien might not be in the picture anymore, but the damage he did to this franchise is going to linger for some time to come. The team is a dysfunctional mess, and the loss of J.J Watt along with the Deshaun Watson saga that is currently unfolding does nothing but compound the problems.
The Houston Texans have a relatively tough schedule which features 10 games against teams that finished last year with a .500 or better record. Their best shot at racking up a few Ws will come in their two games versus the Jacksonville Jaguars and matches against Carolina and the Jets. We won’t waste your time discussing a Houston Texans Super Bowl win.
Indianapolis Colts +3000
The Indianapolis Colts were a bit of a surprise last year finishing with an 11-5 record before bowing out to the Buffalo Bills in a close Wild Card game. Indy must now try to duplicate their regular success with Carson Wentz at quarterback. Fortunately, the Indianapolis Colts have an offensive line that can protect their embattled quarterback. But can Wentz find enough time in the pocket to not make costly decisions?
The Indianapolis Colts’ main threat in the AFC South will be the Titans. It’s reasonable to expect them to do as well against their division as they did last year, but they have some quality opponents to face outside of that. They will face the NFC West as well as Miami, Baltimore, Buffalo, Tampa, and the New England Patriots. A lot of things will have to go their way if they are going to make it to the postseason, let alone win a Super Bowl.
Jacksonville Jaguars +10000
Perhaps the only thing the Jacksonville Jaguars have going for them is that they get to play the Houston Texans twice. Other than that, it looks like it’s going to be tough sledding for Trevor Lawrence and company. Look, these guys were every bit as bad last year as their 1-15 record indicates. This is a Tank Bowl team, not a Super Bowl team.
The good news is that things can only get better. The bad news is that things won’t get much better this year. Getting 100-1 might seem like a good deal, but it’s really a waste of money.
Kansas City Chiefs +450
Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs are the odds on pick to win their third-straight AFC Championship. Even though they were a powerhouse last year, they responded to their loss in Super Bowl LV by adding even more talent. Especially on the offensive line. There is nothing to indicate that Mahomes and his uber-talented offense won’t match or exceed last year’s production. It’s also reasonable to expect the defense will be as stout as ever.
The first half of Kansas City’s schedule will put them to the test. They open the season at home against a hungry and talented Cleveland Browns team that gave them a good run for the money in last year’s Divisional Round. The Chiefs will also face the Ravens, Tennessee, Buffalo, and the Los Angeles Chargers before the halfway point. The Packers and Steelers look to be the only threats in the second half. Barring any major injuries, this team looks destined for a February 13th date in Los Angeles.
Las Vegas Raiders +6000
The Las Vegas Raiders improved over the offseason, but their progress under coach Gruden has been slow. Even though the Raiders finished the 2020 season at 8-8, and they added some key pieces, they will need a miracle to finish 9-8 or better this. And that record probably won’t be good enough to make it to the playoffs.
The Las Vegas Raiders could easily start out at 0-5 or even 0-6 with their first six games coming against Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Miami, the Chargers, Chicago, and Denver. They will certainly need to sweep the NFC East to have an outside chance of clinching a Wild Card. It’s not like the Las Vegas Raiders have a realistic shot at overtaking the Kansas City Chiefs.
Los Angeles Chargers +3000
With Brandon Staley now in charge and QB Justin Herbert coming off his 2020 Rookie of the Year campaign, things are looking up for the Los Angeles Chargers. It’s just too bad that those pesky Chiefs will likely prevent L.A. from winning the AFC West. At least a Wild Card berth is within reach. Of course, that’s provided they can stay healthy and get a bit of help.
Going at least 4-2 against their division would be a start. Sweeping the NFC East dumpster fire would also help. But they must also contend with the likes of Baltimore, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, and the New England Patriots who absolutely destroyed them last year. A 10-7 record might just be enough to get them a Wild Card spot. Then the real work begins.
Los Angeles Rams +1200
A lot of football fans are high on the Los Angeles Rams this year. The addition of Matt Stafford might be enough to turn their mediocre offense into one of the higher scoring offenses in the league. The Rams gave up the fewest points last year and this was a major reason why they finished 10-6 and made it to the Divisional Round.
Never mind a Wild Card berth, this team has what it takes to win the NFC West crown. They may even have the horses to make it to the Super Bowl for the second time in four years. After opening the 2021 season against the Chicago Bears, L.A. must then face the Colts, Bucs, Cardinals, and Seahawks. Despite that, the Los Angeles Rams have a lot of winnable games ahead of them and there’s no reason to think they won’t at least make the postseason. Anything can happen after that.
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Miami Dolphins +3000
The Miami Dolphins are another team that is getting a fair amount of respect. Last year’s 10-6 regular-season record was no fluke. This team has made great strides over the past couple of seasons and they appear to be trending up. They need to have success against their AFC East rivals. They would be doing themselves a huge favour by winning at least one game against division favourite Buffalo who have won 7 of their last 8 meetings against the Fins. Of course, it goes without saying that they have to get the better of the Pats and Jets too.
If Tua and his teammates can focus on getting better and ignore distractions like the Deshawn Watson rumors, the Miami Dolphins are a good bet to at least make it to a Wild Card game.
Minnesota Vikings +4000
A pattern has emerged with the Minnesota Vikings over the past few seasons. They went 11-5 in 2015 after going 7-9 in 2014. In 2016, they dropped to 8-8 before bouncing back with a 13-3 campaign in 2017. They once again went back into mediocrity mode in 2018 and followed up with a 10-6 record in 2019. Now they are looking to rebound from a 7-9 season. Do the Minnesota Vikings continue this trend and end up in the playoffs? Well, judging by their Super Bowl odds and their 2021-22 NFL schedule, we’d be inclined to say no.
Minnesota fared well against the NFC rivals going 4-2. One of those wins was a road win against the Green Bay Packers. Like their division opponents, the Minnesota Vikings will face all NFC West and NFC North teams. Those 10 games are going to be tough. It’s hard to see them doing much better than 9-8. That won’t get them into the postseason.
New England Patriots +3000
The New England Patriots had relatively low expectations last year. They met them by finishing the season at 7-9. They weren’t terrible by any means. It just looked like a lost season as the absence of Brady and players opting-out cast a dark shadow. Now the Mac Jones era begins and some key players are back.
Bill Belichick has a few reasons to be extra motivated this year. But are the New England Patriots good enough to compete with Buffalo? What about Miami? That Week 4 visit to Tampa Bay should be interesting. If they can win the winnable games and steal a few others, we might see the New England Patriots earn a backdoor spot in the Wild Card round. Asking for anything more is pushing it.
New Orleans Saints +3000
So. What has Jameis Winston learned over the past couple of years? New Orleans Saints fans hope he’s learned a lot. If he has, the Saints enter the year in pretty good shape. However, New Orleans will be missing star receiver Michael Thomas for at least the first six weeks. That’s going to make it that much harder on the quarterback. It’s a good thing that the Saints still have a strong rushing attack and a receiving threat in Alvin Kamara. That New Orleans Saints defense isn’t too bad either. And let’s not forget about Sean Payton's mad coaching skills!
Winston and company are in tough through the first several weeks. They start the season in Seattle and then take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 2. They must also face Tennessee, Buffalo, and then the Bucs again before the season is half over. While finishing first in the NFC South ahead of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers is a long shot, a 10-7 or 11-6 record isn’t. That might be enough to get them into the playoffs.
New York Giants +7000
The New York Giants aren’t expected to do much as we head into the season. Daniel Jones had a rough sophomore season, but he didn’t really have a lot of help. With the exception of bringing in Kenny Golladay, the New York Giants have not done much to make things any easier on Jones. Of course, the return of Saquon Barkley will take some of that pressure off.
Improving on a 6-10 season isn’t going to be an easy task. Even if they manage to compile a winning record within the NFC East, they still have to face the AFC West and, to a lesser extent, the NFC South. With games against Denver, WFT, and the Atlanta Falcons to open the season, the New York Giants have an opportunity to get off to a hot start. It’s the other 14 games that should be of concern.
New York Jets +10000
New York Jets fans have reason to celebrate. Not too hard though. The good news is that Adam Gase is out and Robert Saleh is in. Sam Darnold is out and highly-touted rookie Zach Wilson is in. Is this enough to propel Gang Green back into the playoffs for the first time in 10 years? Probably not. Is it enough to improve on a 2-12 record and a heartbreaking loss in the Tank Bowl? One would think so, but the New York Jets just always seem to find new ways to disappoint. Next!!
Philadelphia Eagles +7000
The quarterback carousel continues to turn as the Philadelphia Eagles start the season with Jalen Hurts. To be fair, Hurts has acquitted himself well in his limited action. The guy can scramble. It’s just too bad that the rest of the offense and defense is subpar. At least playing in the NFC East gives the Philadelphia Eagles an outside chance of winning the division. Good luck with that!!
Pittsburgh Steelers +4000
Whew! What a collapse that was. After starting the 2020 season with 11-straight wins, the Pittsburgh Steelers went on to drop 4 of the next five before falling to the Cleveland Browns in the Wild Card game. This could be Roethlisberger’s last ride. Another disappointing season could mean that it’s Mike Tomlin’s last ride too.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are a team to be reckoned with, but their window is closing fast. A division title won’t be easy with Baltimore and Cleveland being so strong. The Cincinnati Bengals are another story. Aside from their six divisional games, the Pittsburgh Steelers will also have to deal with the NFC North and the AFC West. They also have dates with Seattle and Tennessee. They should come out of the regular season with a winning record, but it might not be enough to get them into the postseason. Look out if they do though!
San Francisco 49ers +1200
Don’t let last year’s 6-10 record fool you. The San Francisco 49ers are indeed a very good team. Of course, that’s if they do get decimated by injuries like they did last year. If they stay healthy, they should be able to compete for the NFC West title or at least a Wild Card berth.
They should be able to get off on the right foot with Detroit and Philadelphia on deck. But it gets much tougher after that. 10 of their next 15 games come against teams that were .500 or better in 2020. The good news for the San Francisco 49ers is that the rest of the NFC West has similar schedules. This team made it to the big dance two years ago, and the San Francisco 49ers could get there again this year.
Seattle Seahawks +2000
The Seattle Seahawks are another team that experienced some drama in the off-season. While Russell Wilson alone gives them a chance to go far, it seems like the sun is setting on this team. Especially considering how their division rivals like the Los Angeles Rams and Arizona Cardinals have beefed up so much.
While Jamal Adams is a stud on the Seattle Seahawks’ defensive side, he can’t do it all by himself. That defense was their Achilles heel in 2020 and it could be their downfall this year too. Nevertheless, the Seattle Seahawks should be in a fight for first place in the NFC West until the end. They will almost certainly find a way to the playoffs for the ninth time in 10 years.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +600
Tom Brady never ceases to amaze. He sure chose the right destination when he left the New England Patriots. He’s surrounded by studs on both sides of the ball as well as a mastermind of a head coach. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ management has put this team in a great position to repeat. Judging by their 2022 Super Bowl odds, bookmakers are thinking the same thing.
Including the opponents in their division, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will only face seven teams with .500 or better records in 2020. They are still going to need to work hard to keep the New Orleans Saints at bay, but they should prevail in the end. The playoff competition will be fierce.
Tennessee Titans +2000
The Tennessee Titans broke their string of four straight 9-7 seasons by notching 11 wins last year. Unfortunately for the Tennessee Titans, they were unable to make it out of the Wild Card round. While they are still seen as the forerunners in the AFC South, they have stiff competition in the Indianapolis Colts.
If the Tennessee Titans are part of your NFL future wagers to win the Super Bowl, you’d like to see them win the division once again. The AFC Wild Card race will be a tight one with so many quality teams competing for a playoff run. A strong defensive showing would help the Tennessee Titans’ cause immensely.
Washington Football Team +4000
Yes, the NFC East is terrible, but the Washington Football Team might be the cream of the crop. The Super Bowl odds may slightly favour Dallas, but the Washington Football Team has a secret weapon. No, not Fitzmagic. We mean a fairly solid and under-rated defense. This team gave up an average of about 20.5 points per game last year which was the fourth-lowest total in the league.
The biggest problem is that the Washington Football Team isn’t too strong offensively. Their 20.9 points per game put them near the bottom of the league in that category. They may be tough to score against, but their lack of offensive production pretty much negates any chance of going anywhere even if they luck out and claim a playoff spot.
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