With all due respect to Joe Burrow and the Bengals, the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City captains are considered AFC class. After their classic Instant AFC Split that the Captains won in extra time, NFL fans are hoping we get to see many more rematches between these two teams.
They went head-to-head with Super Bowl odds for the 2022-2023 season, but the Bills overtook the Captains this week to become the favorites to win Super Bowl 57.
WynnBET Sportsbook there are Bills at +700 to lift the Lombardi Cup while the Chiefs are currently sitting at +800. Not only are they the top two teams of the AFC, but they also have the lowest odds in the entire NFL despite being in the same game.
At +700, the Bill has an implied probability of 12.5% to win the whole next year and the Head has an implied chance of 11.11%.
It’s likely that the change of odds is down to the passing of the franchise deadline that the Chiefs fail to renew defensive captain Tyrann Mathieu, whose leadership has been a key part of Kansas’ recent success City.
With so many seasons left and many questions for both teams remaining to be answered, it is likely that we will see the odds change quite a bit between now and the start of the 2022 season.
That being said, if you think the Bills or Chiefs have a better chance of winning the Super Bowl than their implied odds, I’d recommend locking that bet before either team can make a big shock to shorten their odds.
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