NFL Power Rankings Based on Super Bowl Odds Ahead of NFL Wild Card Round

Green Bay Packers wide receiver Davante Adams.
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Davante Adams. / Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports

Who's ready for some NFL playoffs?

The NFL playoff field is set and all of us at BetSided have been breaking down the matchups in the wild card round.

With just 14 teams left to compete for Lombardi Trophy in Super Bowl 56, here are the latest NFL Power Rankings in relation to the Super Bowl odds at WynnBET:

1. Green Bay Packers (13-4, +375) Last Week: No. 1

The Packers could be getting several key players back in Z'Darius Smith, Jaire Alexander, David Bakhtiari, Josh Myers, Randall Cobb and Billy Turner. They are the rightful favorite in the NFC.

2. Kansas City Chiefs (12-5, +475) Last Week: No. 2

The Chiefs won't get a bye, but instead get a matchup with the Steelers as 13-point favorites. This game may not be easy as the first meeting between these two teams, but the Chiefs should roll into the divisional round.

3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (13-4, +850) LW: No. 3

Tom Brady may be dealing with some injuries on his offense, but he still is Tom Brady. The Buccaneers could get Leonard Fournette, Lavonte David and Shaq Barrett back this postseason, which is a great sign for their Super Bowl chances.

4. Buffalo Bills (11-6, +750) LW: No. 5

The Bills earned the No. 3 spot in the AFC, but they probably aren't too happy about having to face Bill Belichick and the Patriots in the first round. Still, Buffalo is the better team, as long as the elements don't decide this game.

5. Tennessee Titans (12-5, +800) LW: No. 8

If Derrick Henry is ready to go in the divisional round, the No. 1 seeded Titans are going to be tough to beat. Tennessee isn't getting much love in the latest Super Bowl odds, but it could be a value bet at this point with the Chiefs and Bills above it.

6. Los Angeles Rams (12-5, +950) LW: No. 4

I'm not quite sold on the Rams, as Matthew Stafford looks banged up and has struggled against over .500 teams in his career (26-57 straight up). The path for Los Angeles is far from a given in a tough NFC.

7. Cincinnati Bengals (10-7, +1500) LW: No. 6

The Bengals will get the Raiders in the Wild Card round, and I think they are a dark horse in the AFC. Cincy has shown it has the offense to compete with Kansas City, but can its defense (15th in total yards allowed) play well enough for the Bengals to play Cinderella? We will find out.

8. Arizona Cardinals (11-6, +2000) LW: No. 9

The Cardinals land in this spot because they have already beaten the Rams and are a perfect 6-0 ATS as a road underdog this season. If Arizona can replicate the 17-point it had last time in Los Angeles, it could be a tough team to bounce in the NFC.

9. Dallas Cowboys (12-5, +1100) LW: No. 7

The Cowboys have a tough draw against the ground-and-pound 49ers in the wild card round. Dallas' offense has been less than impressive against non-NFC East opponents, and if they can't force turnovers we could be looking at an upset in round one. Something to keep in mind, Dak Prescott is 0-3 ATS in his playoff career.

10. San Francisco 49ers (10-7, +2500) LW: No. 12

Jimmy Garoppolo's gutsy performance on Sunday to lead the 49ers to a comeback win secured a playoff spot, but can they upset the Cowboys? It's certainly possible, but Garoppolo's thumb injury is concerning against a Dallas team that has been elite at home this season.

11. Las Vegas Raiders (10-7, +5000) LW: No. 15

The Raiders played arguably the game of the year on Sunday Night Football to clinch a playoff spot, and they avoided the Kansas City Chiefs in the first round. Las Vegas may not have looked the part at all times this season, but it is seventh in opponent yards per play defensively and 10th in yards per play on offense.

12. New England Patriots (10-7, +2000) LW: No. 10

The Patriots limped into the playoffs with a major loss to the Miami Dolphins in Week 18. I'm not sure Mac Jones has what it takes to throw the ball in big spots, but the Pats may get some bad weather in Buffalo that could help them pull off the upset.

13. Philadelphia Eagles (9-8, +5000) LW: No. 13

The Eagles will attempt to knock off the defending champs in the wild card round, but it's a tall task for Jalen Hurts and company. Philly has dominated on the ground this season, but the Bucs have allowed the third fewest rushing yards in the league this season.

14. Pittsburgh Steelers (9-7-1, +6000) LW: No. 17

The Steelers snuck into the playoffs with the Jacksonville Jaguars upsetting the Indianapolis Colts in Week 18. Now, they have to go on the road to face a Chiefs team that already blew them out this season. Not ideal, and it's why the Steelers have the longest odds at WynnBET to win the Super Bowl.