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2022 NFL Offseason Odds and Betting

The 2022 NFL Offseason is in full swing with the conclusion of the NFL Draft and with that comes more settled rosters and a clearer picture of the upcoming season. The offseason has had many notable headlines and star players changing teams, but despite all of that, the favorites to win the upcoming Super Bowl are largely the same as the contenders from last year. The Buffalo Bills and Tampa Bay Buccaneers are in the top tier in terms of the odds while the second group of teams includes more familiar choices like the Green Bay Packers, Kansas City Chiefs and the defending Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams. The most notable team that has emerged as a Super Bowl contender is the Denver Broncos, primarily due to the blockbuster trade that landed them Russell Wilson.

The early NFL MVP favorites are consistent with the prior season as well with predictable names like Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes as the early favorites. Elsewhere in the awards markets, Drake London opened as the favorite to win Offensive Rookie of the Year, a sensible choice at least based on the fact that he was the first skill-position player selected in the 2022 NFL Draft (8th overall by the Atlanta Falcons). The early favorite for Defensive Rookie of the Year is Aidan Hutchinson who was taken 2nd overall by the Detroit Lions. The Offensive Player of the Year market is led by last year’s winner Cooper Kupp and the Defensive Player of the Year award has Myles Garrett as the opening favorite. Comeback Player of the Year begins with Derrick Henry at the top after he played just eight games last season due to a foot injury.

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