- The Cincinnati Bengals opened up the 2021-22 NFL season with +6600 odds to win Super Bowl 56.
- Cincinnati's odds fell back as far as +18000.
- Going into the AFC Championship game, the Bengals have +900 odds to win the Super Bowl.
CINCINNATI – Following the conclusion of Super Bowl 55, the Cincinnati Bengals opened up with +6600 odds to win Super Bowl 56 which was towards the bottom of the odds board.
However, they have completely changed course to one of the top young teams in the NFL and their Super Bowl odds have reflected that on their incredible run as they sit with +900 odds to win.
Super Bowl 56 Odds
- Kansas City Chiefs +125
- Los Angeles Rams +200
- San Francisco 49ers +425
- Cincinnati Bengals +900
The Rise Of A New Dynasty
Many were quick to count out the Cincinnati Bengals going into the 2021-22 season being that they went 4-12 last season with no signs of life. Also, just before they kicked off the new season, their SB56 odds had reached a high point of +18000.
Things quickly changed after the seasons start as their odds shot down to +8500 after four weeks of the season following their 3-1 start. Their next big jump came just three weeks later when they were listed at +3500 after going 5-2.
Their odds stayed in the +2500 and +5000 range until the start of the playoffs when they dropped to +1500 after winning the AFC North division for the first time since 2015. They ended up finishing their season with a 10-7 record.
Going into the playoffs, there were tons of doubters pointing their way as well and they continued to prove them wrong. They were 6-point favorites against the Las Vegas Raiders in the Wild Card Round and won 26-19. In the Divisional Round, they were 4-point underdogs to the Tennessee Titans and took care of business as they won 19-16 despite Joe Burrow being sacked a record nine times.
Looking at the AFC Championship game against the Kansas City Chiefs, they are underdogs once again, but this time by 7 points. They are favored to cover the spread with -115 odds though considering they have covered in their last six games.
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