NFL Power Rankings Based on Super Bowl Odds Entering June (49ers Falling, Packers and Eagles Rising)

Kyle Shanahan and Trey Lance.
Kyle Shanahan and Trey Lance. / Lachlan Cunningham/GettyImages

The NFL offseason moves on, and as we near the month of May, how should you attack the futures market?

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. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+600)

The Buccaneers remain the favorites to win the title, but I think it's more because they'll have an easy path in the NFC rather than being the best team in the NFL.

2. Buffalo Bills (+700)

The Bills improved this offseason, and now they get the benefit of the Chiefs and Chargers having to play in the toughest division in the NFL.

3. Kansas City Chiefs (+1000)

This offseason is going to be a fun one for Kansas City, as Skyy Moore and Mecole Hardman could be breakout stars in 2022.

4. Los Angeles Rams (+1000)

The defending champs will have a spot in the top-five until they prove in 2022 that they don't deserve it.

5. Green Bay Packers (+1100)

The Packers are one of the few teams moving in the latest Super Bowl odds, as they have jumped from +1200 to +1100.

6. Dallas Cowboys (+1800)

Dallas moves up a few spots this week, mainly because it has one of the easiest schedules in the NFL, especially compared to the rest of the NFC.

7. Los Angeles Chargers (+1500)

The Chargers are tied for sixth in the odds to win the Super Bowl. Does Justin Herbert have what it takes to lead this team to a title?

8. Baltimore Ravens (+2000)

I'm high on the Ravens, but they need to give Lamar Jackson some proven options on the outside if they really want to get back to the top of the AFC.

9. Cincinnati Bengals (+1800)

Do the Bengals deserve to be the favorite in the AFC North? No. However, they shouldn't be behind the Browns in the odds with all the uncertainty around Deshaun Watson.

10. Philadelphia Eagles (+2500)

The Eagles may be the best kept secret in the NFC. Philly's odds to win the Super Bowl have jumped from +3000 to +2500 over the last week.

11. Denver Broncos (+1800)

There's a lot of potential for this Broncos team under new head coach Nathaniel Hackett, but the AFC West is going to make their playoff path tougher than most teams.

12. Cleveland Browns (+1500)

Cleveland keeps moving up the odds board, but we still don't know if Deshaun Watson will be eligible to play at the start of the season.

13. San Francisco 49ers (+1800)

Kyle Shanahan revealed that the 49ers plan to trade Jimmy Garoppolo and their Super Bowl odds dropped from +1200 to +1800.

14. Indianapolis Colts (+1800)

The Colts continue to climb in the odds to win the Super Bowl. Matt Ryan is better than Carson Wentz, but is he good enough to win Indy a Super Bowl? That remains to be seen.

15. Las Vegas Raiders (+4000)

Are four teams going to go over .500 in the AFC West? The Raiders are better than these odds suggest.

16. Arizona Cardinals (+2500)

I wouldn't touch the Cardinals' Super Bowl odds heading into the season. They had a hot start and faded in 2021, and it wouldn't be surprising to see the same thing happen this coming season.

17. New Orleans Saints (+3000)

The Saints have gone from +5000 to +3000 to win the title this season.

18. New England Patriots (+4000)

The Patriots will always have a bit of a Bill Belichick tax in the futures market, but they may be the odd man out with a stronger AFC in 2022.

19. Tennessee Titans (+2500)

I'm staying far away from the Titans after all the movement they made on the offensive side of the ball this offseason.

20. Miami Dolphins (+3500)

The Dolphins have been rising in their Super Bowl odds, but they still are third in the odds to win the AFC East.

21. Minnesota Vikings (+4000)

The Vikings are the only team I think can compete with Green Bay in the NFC North, but their ceiling is capped by Kirk Cousins.

22. Pittsburgh Steelers (+7500)

Mike Tomlin's team is going to be better than some think, but can we really trust Mitch Trubisky in any futures bets?

23. Washington Commanders (+7500)

The Commanders are going to need to be better on defense in 2022 if they want to make it back to the postseason.

24. Jacksonville Jaguars (+10000)

BetSided's Donnavan Smoot has been all in on Trevor Lawrence in Year 2. I'm not sold just yet, but I do see the vision.

25. Chicago Bears (+7500)

The Bears could take a major leap if Justin Fields plays better in 2022, but they also could be the worst team in the NFC North despite how much better their odds are than the Lions.

26. New York Giants (+10000)

I am excited for the Giants' rookie class, but it's a shame that Daniel Jones will still be this team's quarterback.

27. New York Jets (+12500)

The Jets' success will rely mainly on Zach Wilson, but there's no doubt Joe Douglas and the front office have put him in a better spot to succeed in 2022.

28. Carolina Panthers (+10000)

Can Matt Rhule save his job by developing one of his young quarterbacks?

29. Seattle Seahawks (+10000)

I can't envision the Seahawks tanking with Pete Carroll as the team's head coach, but unless they make a move for a quarterback I don't see this team competing for a playoff spot.

30. Atlanta Falcons (+20000)

Atlanta is well positioned to find the franchise's quarterback of the future in next year's draft, unless Desmond Ridder proves to be the real deal in 2022.

31. Detroit Lions (+20000)

I'm intrigued for how Jared Goff looks with Jameson Williams and Amon-Ra St. Brown on the outside and TJ Hockenson manning the middle.

32. Houston Texans (+20000)

The AFC South is going to be one of the weaker divisions in the NFL, but I still think the Texans are the worst team.

Find Peter Dewey’s full betting record here.