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Favorites to win Super Bowl LVII After 2022 Season Schedule Release

The NFL released their official 2022 regular season schedule, officially kicking off the waiting time for pro football to come back. Now, knowing that football fans all over are already on the edge of their seats waiting for kickoff in Week 1, the best Super Bowl odds makers around have been hard at work analyzing which teams look like they could be the best fit to make a truly successful run at NFL Super Bowl LVII Odds.

Yes, it doesn’t matter one bit that the season is still over four months away, when speaking about NFL action and the upcoming Super Bowl, there’s no better time than right now to get the ball rolling. So how about we get on the hype train as well and talk about who are our early favorites to win Super Bowl LVII after seeing what each team’s season schedule shaped up to be? Let’s get to it and Bet on Super Bowl now!

Favorites to win Super Bowl LVII After 2022 Season Schedule Release
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It’s about time the Buffalo Bills finally get a chance to make it to the Super Bowl once again. Yes, their previous trips have been anything but successful, and yes, they had to endure some really tough seasons before being able to finally bounce back and officially put the AFC on notice, but with Josh Allen coming into this season from once again playing at an elite level at quarterback, if there was ever a time for the Bills to go all in, it’s 2022. If you’re not quite sold on the idea, just check out how much Vegas NFL odds makers are loving the Bills for the upcoming season and that should be sufficient.

While the start of their season might be tough, having to face five teams who were in the playoffs last season, if the Bills can rally through that stretch and come out on top with a winning record, it will be tough for anybody not only in the AFC but the NFL picks in general to beat Buffalo. Keep an eye out for their week 1 game against the Rams, because that might just end up being the Super Bowl lines pairing right there.

Just having Tom Brady at QB automatically grants any team a shot to make it at least to the divisional rounds of the playoffs, it doesn’t matter in which year you read that statement, because we all know it’s true. But asides from Brady, Buccaneers once again is stacked to the brim with talents on all lines of the field, and keep in mind this is a roster that is coming into their 3rd season playing together, but now under the tutelage of defensive mastermind and former DC for the team Todd Bowles.

Their early season games against the Packers and Chiefs and their game against the Rams in the middle of the season might just be the biggest test in the season for a Bucs team who are dying to make it back to the biggest game of the season.

Yes, losing Tyreek Hill to the Dolphins was quite a blow for KC, but at least from our perspective, this feels like it will be Hill’s loss rather than the Chiefs’. Aside from that, Patrick Mahomes, Andy Reid and company will be looking to once again show everybody around in the league why they are one of the strongest squads in pro football in actuality.

After a very smart draft where they picked up two definite studs in the first round with Washington CB Trent McDuffie and Purdue’s DE behemoth George Karlaftis and managed to find a very good suitor to take over Hill’s place in the roster when time comes in Western Michigan WR Skyy Moore, the Chiefs are looking just as good as ever. They only have to worry about getting out of the AFC West in one piece first and then worry about the Bills.

Call it champions prerogative or whatever you wish, but with the vast amount of talent that the Los Angeles Rams have, it’s impossible to not see them going for a second title run in as many years. Just the fact that the Rams can count on Aaron Donald and Jalen Ramsey to lead their defense is reason enough to give this team the recognition and room it deserves in the list of favorite teams to win Super Bowl LVII.

Of course, the Rams are going to need Matthew Stafford and the offense to play at an even higher level than last season, especially since everyone in the NFC, including the Buccaneers and Packers will be keeping a very close eye on every move they make. Just like we previously mentioned it, keep a close eye on the Week 1 game between the Bills and Rams because we could be in for a preview of Super Bowl LVII right then and there.

Why are the Packers once again favorites to win the Super Bowl? Aaron Rodgers, that’s why. Yes, it hurt the team to lose Davante Adams to the Raiders, but the Packers, unlike in other seasons, decided to be smart about their moves in the draft and actually address the true needs this team has.

Not only did the Packers spruce up their defensive line even more with the addition of two defenders in the first round of the draft, but most importantly, they finally thought about giving Rodgers some much needed help in the WR department and brought in former North Dakota State star receiver Christian Watson and former Nevada standout Romeo Doubs to give Rodgers a couple more targets out on the field. Lastly, the Packers’ schedule reads off as a very comfortable one, having Tampa in week 3, Buffalo in week 8, and the Rams in week 15 being their biggest challenges of the season.

So yes, as long as there is an Aaron Rodgers, there will always be a clear chance for the Packers to not only reach the Super Bowl but even win it as well.

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