One of the most exciting NFL regular seasons in recent memory wrapped up in an emphatic fashion. The Philadelphia Eagles managed to hold the home advantage in the NFC, both the Chiefs and the Bills actually have the advantage over at the AFC, and the Houston Texans pulled off a miracle last-second win, which ensures that they… lost the number one draft pick.
It is now time for the NFL playoffs. Helpbet.com brings you the favourites to win Super Bowl LVII in Glendale, Arizona, on the 12th of February 2023.
The Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs have secured the first-round bye in each conference, meaning they will rest while the other 12 contenders will be playing in the Wild Card Round.
The qualification odds are:
San Francisco 49ers vs Seattle Seahawks (1.20 – 4.85)
Jacksonville Jaguars vs Los Angeles Chargers (2.05 – 1.81)
Buffalo Bills vs Miami Dolphins (1.15 – 5.85)
Minnesota Vikings vs New York Giants (1.63 – 2.35)
Cincinnati Bengals vs Baltimore Ravens (1.35 – 3.35)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Dallas Cowboys (2.30 – 1.65)
Patrick Mahomes and his Kansas City Chiefs are once again the favourites to win the Vince Lombardi trophy. The 2020 Champions will play all playoff games at Arrowhead. The only exception is the possibility of meeting the Buffalo Bills in the AFC Championship Game. Since the Bills played one game less, the cancelled match against the Bengals, after Damar Hamlin suffered a cardiac arrest, if the two teams meet, the game will be played at a neutral venue, picked by the NFL Commissioner.
The Bills are second on the list. Quarterback Josh Allen is the favourite to win MVP, but certainly wants to give the city of Buffalo its first-ever championship.
The NLF first-seed Philadelphia Eagles are the favourites to represent the conference at the Super Bowl. The Eagles are the last team to win the Super Bowl as a top-seeded team, back in 2018, when they won against the Patriots in Minneapolis.
The San Francisco 49ers are the hottest team in football. They have the number-one defence in the NFL and they are led offensively by third-string quarterback turned overnight star, Brock Purdy. Purdy actually grew up in Phoenix, Arizona, a couple of miles away from the State Farm Stadium, where Super Bowl LVII will be held.
The Cincinnati Bengals, last season’s finalists, are the last team with odds in the single-digits. The team has never won the Super Bowl, ever since joining the NFL in 1970.
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