2023 NFL Playoffs Futures: Super Bowl 57 Odds Heading into the Postseason

The 14-team playoff field is set now that the 2022 NFL regular season is complete.

Week 18 was full of drama with the Dolphins squeaking into the postseason thanks to a last-minute Jason Sanders 50-yard game-winning field goal against the Jets. Miami was able to clinch a playoff spot thanks to the Bills beating the Patriots. The Seahawks also got their share of help. After narrowly beating the Rams, 19-16 in overtime, Seattle punched its ticket to the postseason after the Lions beat the Packers on Sunday Night Football.

The Eagles and Chiefs will enjoy first-round byes as the No. 1 seed in the NFC and AFC, respectively. The other 12 teams will be in action on Wild Card weekend.

We’ll have a full preview of that slate coming soon, but see below for WynnBET’s updated Super Bowl odds for each team.

Current Super Bowl LVII Odds

Kansas City Chiefs (14-3, 6-10-1) +300

Buffalo Bills (13-3, 8-7-1 ATS) +340

Philadelphia Eagles (14-3, 8-9) +500

San Francisco 49ers (13-4, 11-6 ATS) +525

Cincinnati Bengals (12-4, 12-3-1 ATS) +750

Dallas Cowboys (12-5, (9-7-2 ATS) +1500

Los Angeles Chargers (10-7, 11-5-1 ATS) +2500

Minnesota Vikings (13-4, 7-9-1 ATS) +3000

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (8-9, 4-12-1 ATS) +3000

Baltimore Ravens (10-7, 6-9-2 ATS) +4000

Jacksonville Jaguars (9-8, 8-8-1 ATS) +5000

Miami Dolphins (9-8, 9-8 ATS) +6000

New York Giants (9-7, 13-4 ATS) +6000

Seattle Seahawks (9-8, 7-10 ATS) +6000

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