NFL Power Rankings Based on Super Bowl Odds (Where Does Everyone Stand After Preseason Week 1?)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady. / Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

We're through the first week of the 2022 NFL preseason, and the biggest storyline may be of the player who didn't play.

Tom Brady is away from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for a personal matter, although it shouldn't effect his status for the start of the regular season.

The first week of preseason is always fun for getting back into football betting, but it's normally just backups in action. Still, we've gotta keep our rankings going.

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 remain the favorite in the odds, and if they end up with Odell Beckham Jr., they're going to be even more lethal on offense.

2. Los Angeles Rams (+1000)

Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay.
Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay. / Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The defending champs have some value in these odds, but it is really hard to repeat.

3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+700)

I'm sure Tom Brady is committed and everything will be fine, but very weird to see him step away during the preseason.

4. Kansas City Chiefs (+1000)

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid.
Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid. / Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Andy Reid made an interesting call to play his starters early in the preseason this year.

5. Green Bay Packers (+1000)

I'm really excited to see who emerges in this offense as Aaron Rodgers' top weapon. We likely won't see it develop in the preseason with Rodgers sitting.

6. Los Angeles Chargers (+1400)

Justin Herbert and the Chargers are a prime candidate to make the playoffs in the 2022 season after a disappointing end to last season.

7. Dallas Cowboys (+1800)

Dallas is far from a lock to win the NFC East, and the WR weapons are going to be much slimmer than last season.

8. Denver Broncos (+1600)

Denver Broncos general manager George Paton and head coach Nathaniel Hackett.
Denver Broncos general manager George Paton and head coach Nathaniel Hackett. / Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

The Broncos should be in on the Roquan Smith sweepstakes to really solidify themselves as a Super Bowl contender.

9. Baltimore Ravens (+1800)

John Harbaugh and the Ravens are preseason beasts. Now their fans are hoping they can translate that record to the postseason.

10. Cincinnati Bengals (+2000)

There certainly is value on the Bengals at +2000 after they made the Super Bowl in 2021.

11. San Francisco 49ers (+1600)

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Trey Lance.
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Trey Lance. / Stan Szeto-USA TODAY Sports

Like him or not, there's no doubt Trey Lance gives the 49ers a higher ceiling in 2022.

12. Philadelphia Eagles (+2500)

The Eagles could make a major leap from sneaking into the playoffs to a division winner in 2022.

13. Arizona Cardinals (+3000)

It's all going to come down to the second half of the season for Arizona, as it has tended to fade under Kliff Kingsbury.

14. Indianapolis Colts (+2500)

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Matt Ryan.
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Matt Ryan. / Jenna Watson/IndyStar / USA TODAY

After dropping last week, the Colts are back to +2500 to win the Super Bowl in 2022.

15. Las Vegas Raiders (+3000)

The Raiders are projected to be the best last-place team in the NFL, which tells me there is sneaky value on some of their season-long odds.

16. New England Patriots (+4000)

The Patriots sat most of their starters in their preseason opener, and I'm still skeptical about how this offense will work with Josh McDaniels in Las Vegas.

17. Miami Dolphins (+3000)

Tua Tagovailoa's play will likely decide the Dolphins' fate in 2022. In a loaded AFC, these odds make sense for a borderline playoff team.

18. Minnesota Vikings (+3000)

The Vikings have quite the receiving core, but the whole team must improve to get back into the postseason.

19. Cleveland Browns (+2500)

Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson, left, throws with Jacoby Brissett.
Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson, left, throws with Jacoby Brissett. / Jeff Lange / USA TODAY NETWORK

Until we know the Browns' quarterback situation, they're going to be in the bottom half of these rankings.

20. New Orleans Saints (+4000)

The Saints could be a sneaky playoff team after a strong start last season when Jameis Winston was healthy.

21. Tennessee Titans (+4000)

The Titans couldn't stop John Harbaugh's insane preseason win streak, but Malik Willis was impressive in his pro debut.

22. Pittsburgh Steelers (+7500)

The Steelers' quarterback competition was interesting to watch in Week 1 of the preseason, with each player throwing a touchdown in a win over Seattle.

23. Washington Commanders (+6000)

With Chase Young still working his way back from a torn ACL and Carson Wentz under center, the Commanders are a team I'm looking to fade in 2022.

24. Carolina Panthers (+15000)

The Panthers have really long odds, but they should be better than several teams if Baker Mayfield finds his 2019 self.

25. New York Giants (+10000)

New York Giants head coach Brian Daboll.
New York Giants head coach Brian Daboll. / Jessica Alcheh-USA TODAY Sports

The Brian Daboll-Daniel Jones dynamic will be interesting as the Giants try to turn around this rebuild.

26. Jacksonville Jaguars (+15000)

Our Ben Heisler is buying Trevor Lawerence in Year 2, and I tend to agree with him now that he has a competent staff in Jacksonville.

27. Chicago Bears (+10000)

The Bears simply don't look like a team trying to win in 2022. And star linebacker Roquan Smith has requested a trade.

28. New York Jets (+15000)

The Jets have lost Mekhi Becton for the year, and Zach Wilson suffered a torn meniscus in the preseason opener. There is hope Wilson plays a good chunk of the 2022 season, but this is a brutal week for the Jets.

29. Seattle Seahawks (+15000)

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Drew Lock.
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Drew Lock. / Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

The Seahawks could be a tough team to watch if Drew Lock and Geno Smith remain the team's top quarterbacks through the 2022 season.

30. Detroit Lions (+20000)

The Lions' odds are longer than the Bears, but I wouldn't be shocked if they finished above them in the NFC North.

31. Atlanta Falcons (+25000)

Does Marcus Mariota get the full season as the Falcons' starter? Based on these odds Desmond Ridder deserves a shot.

32. Houston Texans (+25000)

Houston Texans quarterback Davis Mills.
Houston Texans quarterback Davis Mills. / Maria Lysaker-USA TODAY Sports

Davis Mills is a sneaky candidate to make a leap in his second year in the NFL. As for the rest of the Texans team...

Find Peter Dewey’s full betting record here.