The second week of the 2022-23 NFL betting season is gospel. All 32 teams now have two games in the bag. Once again, there’s been noticeable line movement in the futures odds market, and I’m back to break down all of the biggest moves for you. Let’s dig into the current offerings at the online sportsbook and see how the lay of the land has changed. Be sure to check back every week with my updated breakdown of the Super Bowl LVII futures odds market.
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King of the Castle
The days of getting a near 6-1 return on investment on the Buffalo Bills hoisting their first-ever Lombardi Trophy look to be all but gone. While much is to be decided over the next 16 weeks, the Bills look to be far and away the best team in the league. They just followed up the season opening handling of the defending champs by pantsing the defending AFC champion Tennessee Titans. Both slaughters occurred with a nationally televised audience taking it all in live. Because of it, Josh Allen and Co. offer up their shortest rate of return on the season.
Fly Eagles Fly
By skunking Minnesota in front of a packed Linc crowd Monday night, the Philadelphia Eagles were far and away one of the biggest movers on the Super Bowl LVII futures odds +1326 to +980. It’s been quite the ascension for Nick Sirianni’s squad who initially hit the board at 25-1 but can now be had at less than 10-1. The dominant 24-7 win over the Vikings saw Philly leapfrog the Green Bay Packers and Los Angeles Chargers. If Jonathan Gannon’s defense is really this improved, the team is going to be tough to beat with Jalen Hurts seemingly coming into his own evidenced by now only sitting in back of Allen and Mahomes on the most recent MVP odds.
What a Hack!
It’s only been two weeks, but it looks like the betting market has already thrown in the towel on the Broncos. Granted, Nathaniel Hackett has done very little to make the city of Denver believe he was the right guy for the job – they were counting down the play clock in the home opener for crying out loud – this is still pretty ridiculous. After initially opening +1600 to win it all, Russell Wilson and Co. can now be had at a near 30-1 return! The overall stats reflect a team that should’ve cruised to a pair of wins and covers against the overmatched Seahawks and Texans. The only glaring issue has been an inability to put points on the board. You won’t hear any more bickering once the offense figures it out and falls into a rhythm.
I sat in amazement watching the Bengals upend the Raiders, Titans, and Chiefs to punch a ticket to last year’s Super Bowl. The team more or less came together at the perfect time and rode the momentum all the way to Tinseltown. If the first two weeks of the 2022-23 NFL betting season has told us anything, it’s that Zac Taylor’s squad is by no means as good as it portrayed itself to be. Some might say they’re overrated. Now, all the blame of the 0-2 SU and ATS start can’t be put on the shoulders of Joe Burrow. The dude’s been running for his life evidenced by getting thrown to the turf a league-worst 13 times. Buying in at nearly twice what the Bengals hit the board at initially is certainly attractive if you think the ‘Natti ultimately turns it around.
Seriously, what the heck is going on in Indy right now? Struggling to get by a division rival on the road is nothing to get all bent out of shape about. It occurs with regularity in the NFL year in and year out. But when you’re favored to win both games and settle for a 0-1-1 record, fan bases start to panic. That’s exactly what’s going down with the Colts right now and it looks like Frank Reich might not survive it. He could ultimately be made the scapegoat with his odds to be the first coach fired now the second shortest behind Carolina’s Matt Rhule. The maligned head coach must find a way to rally the troops at home over the next two weeks against Kansas City and Tennessee. If not, the front office might just go ahead and pull the trigger to shake things up.
Yabba Dabba Daboll!
You know who’s grinning from ear-to-ear about New York’s 2-0 start right? This guy! If you followed any of my offseason stuff, you know I’m overweight with Giants futures from the win total to winning the NFC East to being the last team to remain undefeated. So far, Brain Daboll is making me look like a genius! But it’s not just him – Don Martindale’s handling of the defense has been extraordinary especially considering he’s been without his two best pass rushers to this point. While the 2-0 start is most definitely fraudulent, it hasn’t stopped linemakers from dramatically shrinking their odds to win it all. You’ll notice there isn’t another team listed in the chart above with a bigger jump than the GMEN!
While the Jaguars likely aren’t winning the Super Bowl this season, it’s been a breath of fresh air to see the rebuild finally show some growth. This squad has looked incredibly different under the new coaching staff. Trevor Lawrence has looked the part of a franchise leading quarterback with the additions made to the wide receiver corps already paying off. Defensively, the Jags look to have something cooking with Josh Allen spearheading a unit bursting with some exceptional young talent. Investing on this team to surpass its season wins total and qualify for the playoffs looks to be a wise choice right about now!
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