The busiest trade deadline day in NFL history has come to its conclusion.
10 different teams made deals on the final day of the deadline, highlighted by the Miami Dolphins acquiring the best pass rusher on the market in Bradley Chubb of the Denver Broncos in exchange for multiple draft picks, including a first rounder.
However, despite all the wheeling and dealing from multiple contending teams, oddsmakers haven't made many changes to these teams' Super Bowl odds
The only notable team to see their odds shift following a trade deadline acquisition were the Baltimore Ravens, going from +1600 to win the Super Bowl to +1400 after acquiring linebacker Roquan Smith from the Chicago Bears.
The Buffalo Bills remain the Super Bowl favorites at +230 at PointsBet Sportsbook after acquiring Indianapolis Colts running back Nyheim Hines in the final few minutes of the deadline, as the league's best offense adds another versatile running and receiving weapon to their backfield.
Even with little movement on the board, if you're curious where your team's latest Super Bowl odds are following the deadline, you've come to the right place!
Here's every team's latest odds to win the NFC, AFC and Super Bowl following this year's NFL trade deadline.
Super Bowl Odds Following 2022 NFL Trade Deadline
NFC Championship Odds Following 2022 NFL Trade Deadline
AFC Championship Odds Following 2022 NFL Trade Deadline
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Game and team odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.