- The Philadelphia Eagles currently have the second shortest SB57 odds at +550 after defeating the Dallas Cowboys in week six and are true Super Bowl contenders for the 2022-23 season.
- Even with a 5-1 record, the New York Giants are Super Bowl pretenders for 2023, with the Cowboys being their only divisional opponent played in 2022 and their only loss of the season.
- The Buffalo Bills knocked off the Kansas City Chiefs for the second straight regular season and are still the current favorite to win the Super Bowl with +250 odds.
PHILADELPHIA – The Eagles have stayed undefeated after week six of the 2022-23 NFL season, after defeating the Cowboys with -230 pre-game odds at Lincoln Financial Field.
With a 6-0 record and a defense led by Darius Slay, the Eagles have proven they are legit contenders for Super Bowl 57, with +550 Bovada odds entering week seven.
Starting the season with +2400 odds, the Eagles have seen their odds shorten after every victory, surpassing the Tampa Bay Bucs for the shortest odds to win the NFC at +250. Even with some second-half offensive struggles in the last three weeks for the Eagles, they are true Super Bowl contenders with Jalen Hurts leading the offense.
The Eagle’s defense has also played a massive part in becoming true Super Bowl contenders, coming up with three interceptions against the Cowboys in week 6. Darius Slay has led this Eagle’s defense and already has three interceptions in six games in 2022.
Jalen Hurts 2022 Stats
- Passing Yards – 1,514
- Rushing Yards – 293
- Passing TDs – 6
- Rushing TDs – 6
- Interceptions – 2
- MVP Odds +400
Long Odds for the Giants
Even though the New York Giants have a record of 5-1 after week six, online sports betting sites do not have them as true Super Bowl 57 contenders.
The Giants currently have +7000 odds to win Super Bowl 57 but have a better record than 18 teams with shorter Super Bowl odds. While the Giant’s season has been impressive, oddsmakers do not see Daniel Jones as a Super Bowl-caliber QB, making the Giants a pretender for the 2022-23 season.
With only one divisional game played so far, the Giants have a tough road ahead. They played the Cowboys without Dak Prescott in week six and lost their only game of the season. The Giants were tied for the second-worst team in 2021 against divisional opponents, with a record of 1-5.
The Giants have also been relying on Saquon Barkley for offensive production, with Daniel Jones having the second least passing yards per QB behind Dallas backup Copper Rush, who has started one less game than Jones in 2022.
Daniel Jones 2022 Stats
- Passing Yards – 1,021
- Rushing Yards – 236
- Passing TDs – 5
- Rushing TDs – 2
- Interceptions – 2
- MVP Odds +12500
Betting on the Bills for SB57
While their season has not been a surprise for betting on the Super Bowl, the Bills have officially marked themselves as the team to beat after defeating Kansas City on Sunday afternoon. Even though the Bills took an early loss to the Dolphins in 2022, Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs have made the Bills the most dominant and complete team in the league.
The Bills have maintained the shortest Super Bowl odds since the 2022 NFL preseason, and currently have +350 0dds to win Super Bowl 57. They have also helped the shortest odds to win the AFC with +150 conference championship odds. Josh Allen has put up unreal numbers in 2022 and is also the current favorite to win MVP.
Josh Allen 2022 Stats
- Passing Yards – 1,980
- Rushing Yards – 257
- Passing TDs – 17
- Rushing TDs – 2
- Interceptions – 4
- MVP Odds +160
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