The Top Super Bowl 57 Favorites

It’s already been four months since the Los Angeles Rams defeated the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl 56 inside their own home venue of SoFi Stadium.

The dramatic 2022 NFL offseason is nearing an end, with training camp just around the corner and the preseason now a month and a half away.

Super Bowl 57 will be held inside State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on Feb. 12, 2023.  FOX will carry the broadcast for this game, which will mark the third Super Bowl played in State Farm Stadium (after Super Bowl 42 and 49).

The Arizona Cardinals will look to become the third straight team to play in a Super Bowl that takes place inside their home venue. The Super Bowl 55 champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers became the first to do so in the 2020 season, followed by the Rams last year.

The Redbirds are a potential sleeper to win Super Bowl 57, with odds of +2800 at FanDuel. Cardinals fans can place wagers on their team through Arizona sports betting, which launched in September of last year.

Caesars is offering new customers in Arizona a risk-free bet of up to $1,500, and BetMGM is giving out $1,000 in risk-free bets. Fubo is offering $1,000 in risk-free bets plus one free month of FuboTV.

With the regular season drawing closer, let’s take a deep dive into the top Super Bowl 57 favorites.

Buffalo Bills

The Bills are the main betting favorites to win it all at most major sportsbooks, and it’s not hard to understand why.

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Led by Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs, Buffalo finished with the NFL’s third-best scoring offense (28.4 points per game) and the No. 1 scoring defense (17 points allowed per game). The group added future Hall of Famer Von Miller in free agency to bolster a mediocre pass rushing unit.

At the draft, the Bills drafted cornerback Kaiir Elam to complement superstar Tre’Davious White.

With top-level offensive and defensive units, the Bills have all the makings to finally win their first ever championship.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tom Brady’s decision to come out of retirement immediately took the Buccaneers from NFC afterthought to a bonafide championship contender.

The Bucs managed to retain most of their key pending free agents in Carlton Davis III, Leonard Fournette, Chris Godwin and Ryan Jensen. This is one of the oldest rosters in the league, but few teams can match Tampa Bay’s overall star power and physicality.

It’s no wonder they hold the highest betting odds to win the Super Bowl among all NFC teams at multiple sportsbooks.

Green Bay Packers

The Packers may have traded away All-Pro wideout Davante Adams to the Las Vegas Raiders, but it’s still hard to bet against a team that has won 13 games through Matt LaFleur’s first three seasons on the job.

Reigning MVP Aaron Rodgers always finds a way to make it work, as evidenced by the team’s 7-0 record without Adams since 2019. Even if the offense takes a step back, the additions of rookies Quay Walker and Devonte Wyatt should take this top-level defense to a whole new level.

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All-Pro corner Jaire Alexander was limited to four games last season. If he stays healthy, the sky’s the limit for this Green Bay defense.

Throw in the power rushing duo of Aaron Jones and A.J. Dillon, and these Packers truly have what it takes to go all the way.

Kansas City Chiefs

The Chiefs have played in four AFC Championship Games at Arrowhead in as many years, and yet one could argue that the 2022 roster is much better than that of the 201 conference runner-ups.

The Chiefs lost Tyreek Hill, but they found three new intriguing pass-catchers in JuJu Smith-Schuster (signed in free agency), deep threat Marquez Valdes-Scantling (free agency) and Skyy Moore (drafted in round two).

Throw in Travis Kelce and Clyde Edwards-Helaire, and you can see that Patrick Mahomes has more than enough weapons to work with.

The defense largely struggled in the first half last year, but rookies Trent McDuffie and George Karlaftis should help take it to another level. Second-year linebacker Nick Bolton is also poised for a big 2022 campaign.

Los Angeles Rams

The Rams lost several key pieces in the offseason, but GM Les Snead made two big splashes by landing perennial Pro Bowl linebacker Bobby Wagner and standout receiver Allen Robinson in free agency.

The core four of Matthew Stafford, Aaron Donald, Jalen Ramsey and Cooper Kupp are all back in the fold. Simply put, the Rams’ star power and big game experience under Sean McVay is more than enough to believe these guys could go all the way again.

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