We're finally at the 2022 Super Bowl (for the 2021 season). The Cincinnati Bengals and Los Angeles Rams are about to play in Super Bowl LVI, which might be a surprise to some, especially the Bengals. Everyone knew Joe Burrow was good, but perhaps they're one season ahead of schedule for competing for a title.
The Buffalo Bills were looking Super Bowl bound after leading 36-33 with 13 seconds left in regulation against the Kansas City Chiefs, but we all know how that ended.
It certainly was not because of Josh Allen, who had a tremendous two-game stretch in the postseason, and had an amazing game in Arrowhead Stadium; leading two 4th quarter drives for Gabriel Davis touchdowns.
The Bills had a mostly good regular season, going 11-6, but there were two or three games that fans wants back, particularly the games against the Jacksonville Jaguars, Tennessee Titans and New England Patriots (home).
Still, the Bills offense played outstanding in the playoffs, and odds-makers took notice, based on the very early 2023 Super Bowl odds.
The Bills have the second-best odds to win Super Bowl, via Caesar's Sportsbook, per Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.
They're +700. Only behind the Kansas City Chiefs at +650.
The Los Angeles Rams come in third at +1000 and the Cincinnati Bengals are fourth at +1200.
Vegas agrees that the Bills and Chiefs are the two best teams in the NFL. The playoff outcomes are what they are, and that should be taken into account, but the odds-makers believe the Bills and Chiefs are the two best teams, which many fans probably agree with.
The Buccaneers and Packers likely are not any higher right now, because of Tom Brady's likely retirement and the uncertainty of Aaron Rodgers' future with Green Bay.
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