NFL Power Rankings Based on Super Bowl Odds (Dolphins Odds Surging, But Can We Trust Tua?)

Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa.
Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. / Mark Brown/GettyImages

The AFC East had quite the week.

Zach Wilson went viral on social media for some off the field rumors, and the Miami Dolphins have seen their Super Bowl odds get slashed in half.

What does Vegas know...?

Each week at BetSided, yours truly is breaking down the latest roster moves, injuries and more in our NFL Power Rankings. It's never too early to consider your Super Bowl futures, so without further ado, here's my latest power rankings based on the odds at WynnBET Sportsbook to win it all in 2022.

1. Buffalo Bills (+650)

Gabriel Davis
Buffalo Bills receiver Gabriel Davis. / Jamie Squire/GettyImages

Bills fans, I am either jinxing you by leaving them in the No. 1 spot, or I am going to look really smart come the end of the 2022 season.

2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+600)

I'm sure Tom Brady isn't worried about Baker Mayfield joining the division this season.

3. Los Angeles Rams (+1000)

The Rams' Super Bowl odds have remained the same basically all offseason. They are a solid bet to run it back in 2022.

4. Kansas City Chiefs (+1000)

I would love a Dolphins-Chiefs playoff matchup since Tyreek Hill has been chirping his former team all offseason.

5. Green Bay Packers (+1000)

Aaron Rodgers
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. / Stacy Revere/GettyImages

The Packers have an easy division and an easier conference, but they don't have a No. 1 weapon for their quarterback.

6. Los Angeles Chargers (+1600)

Betting on a team from the AFC West to make the Super Bowl isn't a bad idea, as all four teams should contend for a playoff spot. The Chargers' improved defense makes them my No. 2 choice after K.C.

7. Denver Broncos (+1600)

The Broncos get to stay in the No. 7 slot with their odds moving up. Russell Wilson has a chance to revive his career in 2022.

8. Dallas Cowboys (+1600)

I like Dak Prescott a lot, but I feel like Dallas is far from a sure thing in the NFC East this season.

9. Baltimore Ravens (+2000)

Lamar Jackson
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson. / Joe Sargent/GettyImages

Can the Ravens pay Lamar Jackson already?

10. Cincinnati Bengals (+2500)

The Bengals’ odds are a byproduct of a tough division and an overachieving season in 2021. Still, Joe Burrow makes this team a contender.

11. Philadelphia Eagles (+2000)

Jalen Hurts can really take this team to the next level if he improves as a passer in the 2022 season.

12. San Francisco 49ers (+1800)

Trey Lance
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Trey Lance. / Michael Zagaris/GettyImages

I'm excited to see if Jimmy Garoppolo gets a shot in camp if the 49ers can't trade him. I doubt it, but it would make for some great QB drama.

13. Indianapolis Colts (+2500)

Matt Ryan and Jonathan Taylor certainly gives the Colts the most stable offense in the AFC South, but do they have the highest ceiling?

14. Las Vegas Raiders (+4000)

The Raiders are in the toughest division in the NFL, but they improved a great deal this offseason. 

15. Arizona Cardinals (+4000)

Kyler Murray and the Cardinals came out of nowhere in the 2021 season, and they’re going to need to weather the storm early with DeAndre Hopkins suspended.

16. New England Patriots (+4000)

The Pats seem like a value after making the playoffs last season. Mac Jones will need to improve, but this is a discount on a Bill Belichick-led team.

17. New Orleans Saints (+3000)

I can’t look past how well the Saints were playing in 2021 with Jameis Winston leading the way before he tore his ACL. That could be a sign of good things to come in 2022.

18. Miami Dolphins (+2500)

Tua Tagovailoa
Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. / Joel Auerbach/GettyImages

The Dolphins’ odds have soared from +5000 to +2500. Is it time to buy in on Tua?

19. Cleveland Browns (+2500)

The Browns could be in the mix for the top pick in 2022 if Deshaun Watson can’t play. They shouldn’t be touched at this number.

20. Tennessee Titans (+3000)

Ryan Tannehill
Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill. / Andy Lyons/GettyImages

Ryan Tannehill is looking to prove that he deserves the major extension he signed with the Titans not too long ago. However, this offense is going to go as far as a healthy Derrick Henry will take it.

21. Minnesota Vikings (+4000)

Kirk Cousins and company have a free path to the No. 2 spot in the NFC North. They should be able to parlay that into a playoff appearance, but the oddsmakers aren’t too sure.

22. Pittsburgh Steelers (+7500)

I wonder if we will get to see Kenny Pickett in his rookie season. Mike Tomlin is going to get this team to play winning football, but the AFC North is a tough division to be in.

23. Washington Commanders (+7000)

The Commanders have jumped to +7000 to win the Super Bowl. I’m not sold on Carson Wentz turning this team into a contender, but the division isn’t as tough as many others.

24. Carolina Panthers (+10000)

I think Baker Mayfield is the best quarterback Carolina has, but I am worried that he doesn’t move the needle enough for them to really be a value in any part of the futures market.

25. Jacksonville Jaguars (+10000)

Trevor Lawrence
Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence. / Sam Greenwood/GettyImages

The AFC South may be up for grabs in 2022, and the Jaguars could be a sneaky team in the division with Trevor Lawrence under a new head coach.

26. Chicago Bears (+10000)

This may be another lost year for quarterback Justin Fields, as the Bears haven’t surrounded him with much on the offensive side of the ball.

27. New York Giants (+10000)

The Giants are facing an uphill battle in their Super Bowl odds and in the NFC East in 2022.

28. New York Jets (+10000)

Zach Wilson made waves on social media this week, and Jets fans are hoping he can actually make waves on the field in 2022.

29. Seattle Seahawks (+15000)

The Seahawks missed out on Baker Mayfield. They could be in on another quarterback, but it seems unlikely.

30. Detroit Lions (+20000)

Jared Goff
Detroit Lions quarterback Jared Goff. / Nic Antaya/GettyImages

The Lions have a solid core, but can Jared Goff turn back the clock and make them a playoff contender?

31. Atlanta Falcons (+25000)

Arthur Smith and the Falcons are going to need to get creative to win games in 2022.

32. Houston Texans (+25000)

Davis Mills
Houston Texans quarterback Davis Mills. / Ezra Shaw/GettyImages

It would be really fun for Texans fans if Davis Mills just lit things up in training camp to move these odds.

Find Peter Dewey’s full betting record here.