Football is officially back with the Hall of Fame Game on Aug. 4 beginning the 2022 preseason, and that means we're going to see a ton of breakout players and position battles unfold in the coming weeks.
Some of the biggest are in Pittsburgh and Carolina with their quarterback position, while other teams like the Kansas City Chiefs may have more competition than we thought.
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)
The Bills are officially the sole favorites to win the Super Bowl following some key injuries for the Buccaneers in camp.
2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+700)
Losing Ryan Jensen for the potentially the entire season is a tough pill to swallow. Still, it's hard to count out this veteran team with Tom Brady leading the way.
3. Los Angeles Rams (+1000)
Matthew Stafford is dealing with an elbow injury, but as long as he can manage it, the Rams will be fine.
4. Green Bay Packers (+1000)
The Packers jump up a spot this week with some of the new movement. Does Aaron Rodgers show that he doesn't need elite talent on the outside to succeed?
5. Kansas City Chiefs (+1200)
The Chiefs' odds are dropping, which may be due to the tough division they're in. Still, K.C. may be a value at this number since it does still have Patrick Mahomes.
6. Los Angeles Chargers (+1400)
The Chargers keep climbing, now up to +1400 in the odds. Maybe it's too high, but Justin Herbert is a damn good quarterback.
7. Dallas Cowboys (+1800)
The oddsmakers have Dallas down to +1800, but with an easier NFC than the AFC, I think the Cowboys belong in the top 10.
8. Denver Broncos (+1600)
The Broncos lost receiver Tim Patrick to a torn ACL, but luckily they have depth at the position. Still, it's a big loss in the weapons department for Russell Wilson.
9. Baltimore Ravens (+1800)
Get on the train before it's too late! The Ravens are moving, now up to +1800 to win the Super Bowl with several players returning from injury.
10. San Francisco 49ers (+1600)
Will Trey Lance be the next quarterback to make the second-year leap?
11. Cincinnati Bengals (+2000)
It's hard to find a better value from a team that has proven itself than the Bengals at 20/1.
12. Philadelphia Eagles (+2500)
The Eagles' odds have fallen, but they remain in the 12 spot, as their potential is enormous with A.J. Brown now in the fold.
13. Arizona Cardinals (+3000)
The Cardinals need another fast start to compete in a tough NFC West.
14. Indianapolis Colts (+3000)
The Colts' odds are falling, but I still consider them the favorites in the AFC South.
15. Las Vegas Raiders (+3000)
The Raiders have jumped from 40/1 to 30/1, and it makes sense given how powerful their offense should be in 2022.
16. New England Patriots (+4000)
I really think the Patriots are underrated in the market right now. They have longer odds than the Raiders, Browns, Dolphins and Colts in the AFC. That just seems a little off.
17. Miami Dolphins (+3000)
Speaking of the Dolphins, Miami has a real chance to finally make the playoffs in 2022. However, it's going to need to play well against the rest of the AFC East.
18. Minnesota Vikings (+3000)
The Vikings are jumping up in the odds, and they'll climb a few spots here as well. I think this offense has the makings of an elite unit if Kirk Cousins can put everything together for a full season.
19. Cleveland Browns (+2500)
Deshaun Watson is suspended. Kareem Hunt is requesting a trade. There's no way I'm betting on this team at +2500.
20. New Orleans Saints (+4000)
The NFC South may be the Tom Brady invitational this season. The Saints should be fine, but they need first-round pick Trevor Penning to stop starting fights at training camp before they worry about making the playoffs.
21. Tennessee Titans (+4000)
The Titans have fallen to 40/1 in the latest odds, and it makes sense given all of their question marks on offense not named Derrick Henry.
22. Pittsburgh Steelers (+7500)
If Mason Rudolph wins this quarterback job the Steelers may be in trouble.
23. Washington Commanders (+6000)
How do the Commanders' odds keep rising? Did people not watch Carson Wentz last season?
24. Carolina Panthers (+15000)
The Panthers need Baker Mayfield to leave no doubt in this year's quarterback competition.
25. New York Giants (+10000)
The Giants have one year to figure out if Daniel Jones is worth anything. That's a tough task for Brian Daboll and company.
26. Chicago Bears (+10000)
The Bears are more likely to finish in last in the NFC North than win a Super Bowl in 2022.
27. Jacksonville Jaguars (+15000)
I'm excited to see Trevor Lawrence this preseason under a new coaching staff. The Jaguars desperately need him to bounce back in Year 2.
28. New York Jets (+15000)
Elijah Moore has been lighting it up in camp for the Jets, which is great news for Zach Wilson to have a young receiver he can count on.
29. Seattle Seahawks (+15000)
When do we get the Jimmy Garoppolo photoshops in a Seahawks jersey ready?
30. Detroit Lions (+20000)
The Lions should be better than 2021, but that isn't saying much.
31. Atlanta Falcons (+25000)
Maybe Marcus Mariota will shock the world in 2022. Most likely, he will be leading a last-place team.
32. Houston Texans (+30000)
The Texans have seen their odds drop from +25000 to +30000 before their first preseason game...
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