NFL Power Rankings Based on Super Bowl Odds Ahead of NFL Divisional Round

Bills quarterback Josh Allen celebrates a touchdown.
Bills quarterback Josh Allen celebrates a touchdown. / Jamie Germano / USA TODAY NETWORK

The true Super Bowl contenders are making their presence felt as we enter the divisional round of the NFL playoffs.

The Buffalo Bills, Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers won blowouts in the Wild Card round to establish themselves as true threats to win it all, but who is leading in the latest odds to win the Super Bowl?

With just eight 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 Green Bay Packers (+350) Last Week: No. 1

The Packers have a tough matchup with the San Francisco 49ers in the divisional round, but they are still the favorite at WynnBET to win the Super Bowl. Until someone comes into Lambeau and wins, Green Bay is going to No. 1 on this list.

2. Buffalo Bills (+450) LW: No. 4

The Bills looked as dominant as any team in the NFL's Wild Card Weekend, downing the New England Patriots 47-10 on Saturday night. The Bills may be the best value in the AFC at +450 to win the Super Bowl, but they need to beat Patrick Mahomes to get there.

3. Kansas City Chiefs (+375) Last Week: No. 2

The Chiefs fall a spot on this list purely because of Buffalo's dominance of a better team. The Chiefs struggled out of the gate against the Steelers, but Patrick Mahomes ended up tossing five scores in the blowout win.

4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+550) LW: No. 3

The Buccaneers got a big win over the Philadelphia Eagles, but they also lost star tackle Tristan Wirfs to injury in the game. If he can't return and play well, that could spell trouble in the rest of the playoffs.

5. Los Angeles Rams (+1100) LW: No. 6

The Rams looked dominant on Monday night, especially their defense, and they trounced the Cardinals. Odell Beckham Jr. and Cam Akers add another dimension to this offense, and they've already upset the Bucs this season. Does Sean McVay's team have a run in it?

6. Tennessee Titans (+800) LW: No. 5

The Titans are a sneaky team with their best weapon, Derrick Henry, returning for the postseason. If Henry returns to his usual role, the Titans could make a run with the AFC running through Tennessee.

7. Cincinnati Bengals (+1500) LW: No. 7

The Cincinnati Bengals are a damn good team, and Joe Burrow and this offense could make things interesting against the Titans in the divisional round. They may be the best value on the board at +1500.

8. San Francisco 49ers (+900) LW: No. 10

I'm not sold on the 49ers just yet, especially after Fred Warner and Nick Bosa were banged up in the win over the Cowboys, though Warner indicated Monday on social media he was OK. Yes, their run-heavy offense is tough for Green Bay to defend, but they also have Jimmy Garoppolo at quarterback. They're worth a shot if you really think they upset Green Bay.