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Bills Fade in Latest Super Bowl Odds as Chiefs Move Back into Picture

Eric Rosales

by Eric Rosales in NFL Football

Nov 21, 2021 · 6:08 PM PST

Patrick Mahomes calling play under center
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (15) calls out a play from the line of scrimmage during an NFL football game against the Dallas Cowboys Sunday, Nov. 21, 2021, in Kansas City, Mo. (AP Photo/Peter Aiken)
  • The Buffalo Bills tumble out of the top Super Bowl odds after getting blasted by Colts
  • Kansas City wins fourth straight, back among top-2 in title favorites
  • Check out the updated Super Bowl odds after Sunday’s games

Another week, another shuffling atop the 2022 Super Bowl odds.

Back into the top spot are the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, even before their Monday Night matchup with the G-Men. Last week’s top dog, the Buffalo Bills, took a major beating at the hands of the Indianapolis Colts.

They’re not the offensive juggernaut they’ve been in recent memory, but back into the picture are the Kansas City Chiefs, who found a way to shut down the high-powered Cowboys.

Meanwhile, the Arizona Cardinals sit alone atop of the NFC, after they downed the Seahawks and the Packers lost a thriller to the Vikings.

Let’s sort this all out after an exciting session of Sunday games in Week 11.

2022 Super Bowl Odds

Team Odds
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +550
Kansas City Chiefs +700
Los Angeles Rams +750
Buffalo Bills +800
Arizona Cardinals +850
Dallas Cowboys +1000
Baltimore Ravens +1100
Green Bay Packers +1100
New England Patriots +1200
Tennessee Titans +1500
Los Angeles Chargers +2700
Cleveland Browns +3400
Indianapolis Colts +3700
Pittsburgh Steelers +3700
Cincinnati Bengals +5500
Minnesota Vikings +5500
San Francisco 49ers +5500
Philadelphia Eagles +7000
Las Vegas Raiders +8500
New Orleans Saints +8500
Seattle Seahawks +12000
Denver Broncos +13000
Carolina Panthers +28000
Chicago Bears +55000
Atlanta Falcons +55000
Washington Football Team +55000
Miami Dolphins +55000
New York Giants +100000
Detroit Lions +100000
New York Jets +100000
Jacksonville Jaguars +100000
Houston Texans +100000

*Odds as of Nov. 21from FanDuel.

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Bills Crushed by Taylor, Colts

Buffalo was literally run over by the Jonathan Taylor and the Indianapolis Colts.

Taylor had little regard for the 3rd-ranked Bills run defense, rushing for 185 yards and four TD’s, also adding another score in the passing game in a 41-15 evisceration.

Pounding on the Jets a week ago looks like fool’s gold now. Josh Allen couldn’t get it going Sunday, throwing for only 209 yards while getting intercepted twice.

After starting at +550 odds, Buffalo tumbles to +800 with the fourth-best odds. They may also be losing grip of the AFC East, as the Patriots have emerged as legit contenders to a division title they’ve dominated.

New England made their move after another win Thursday Night, dominating the Falcons. They now hold the 9th-best Super Bowl odds at +1200, a major jump from the +3200 perch they were in after Week 10.

Still, there’s so much football left and the Bills ran into a buzzsaw. Don’t be afraid to lay some on Buffalo — they’re too talented to not be in the mix.

In case you’re wondering, the Colts catapulted from +7000 to +3700 title odds, now the 13th-best figure.

Chiefs Handle Cowboys

Don’t look now, but the Kansas City Chiefs are in their familiar perch at the top of the AFC West at 7-4, after a 19-9 win over the Dallas Cowboys. It’s their fourth straight win.

These aren’t your conventional Chiefs: the high-octane, fun and gun offense was held mainly in check again. Patrick Mahomes was 23-for-37 for 260 yards and a TD, while Clyde Edwards-Helaire rushed for 63 yards and a TD.

In fact, save for a 41-point outburst in a blowout of the Raiders, the Chiefs have averaged 17.3 points across their other three wins during this streak.

The Chiefs leap from +1200 to +700 odds — now second-best to just the Buccaneers. Here’s hoping you took our advice and laid a wager on KC at those distant odds. They may not fade past +1000 again this season.

The Cowboys’ defense did plenty of heavy lifting in this one, and they appear to have the ability to keep their team in games.

Dallas’ offense was also lacking receivers Amari Cooper and CeeDee Lamb, who didn’t come back after halftime. Oddsmakers must believe this performance was the outlier, as they improve from +1200 to +1100 title odds.

Packers, Titans Lose in Week 11

If there’s a stylish way to lose, Aaron Rodgers just did it in a 34-31 loss to the Vikings. He went 23-for-33 for 385 yards and four TD tosses, a few of them under the “you have to be kidding me” category.

There’s definitely some questions on defense, where Kirk Cousins set them ablaze for 341 yards and three TD’s. Justin Jefferson was unstoppable, hauling in eight balls for 169 yards and a pair of scores, while Adam Thielen also had eight catches and a major.

Green Bay had allowed 34 points combined the previous three days. The Pack dip slightly from +1000 to +1100 odds, but, barring a Rodgers injury, the Pack have an elite QB that should have them in the mix.

The 6-game win streak that vaulted the Titans to the top of the AFC playoff picture is over, stunned 22-13 by the Houston Texans — who had one win heading into the matchup.

Ryan Tannehill had a nightmarish start, throwing four interceptions despite tossing for over 300 yards. As a team, the Titans could barely muster 100 yards on 25 carries.

The Titans drop to +1500 odds from a high of +1200 a week ago. They’re still worth a wager, but this loss shows getting Derrick Henry back is very important.

Cardinals, Ravens Climb

The Arizona Cardinals have proven to be resilient. Minus Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins again, they went in to Seattle and put the Seahawks on the brink of both missing the playoffs and handing Russell Wilson his first losing season in a 23-13 win.

Colt McCoy has proven to be a super backup, as he tossed for 328 yards and two TD’s. James Conner ran for 62 yards and hit paydirt again.

Arizona climbed from +950 to +850 odds — just the fifth-best odds for the team with the best record in the NFL.

And minus Lamar Jackson, who was a late scratch due to illness, the Baltimore Ravens found a way to outlast the Chicago Bears 16-13.

Backup Tyler Huntley wasn’t great, but he did engineer a game-winning drive that ended with Devonta Freeman’s TD run with 22 seconds left to seal it.

The Ravens move from +1200 into +1100 odds, tied for the 7th-best odds to win the Super Bowl.

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