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  • Get the most recent odds for all 32 teams to make the 2022-23 NFL Playoffs
  • Four of the AFC teams who made the playoffs last year are not favored to get in again this year, while all seven teams who made last year’s NFC playoffs are favored again this year
  • See how each team’s odds change throughout the 2022 NFL season

The 2022 NFL regular season concludes January 8, 2023 with the top seven teams from each conference moving onto the 2022-23 NFL Playoffs, which are set to begin January 14, 2023. We’ll be tracking the odds for all 32 teams to make and miss the playoffs from the time the odds open, right through to Week 18.

The graphs below were generated by averaging the odds from our most trusted sportsbooks.

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Odds to Make NFL Playoffs for AFC Teams

When the schedule releases on Thursday, May 12, we will likely see some small shifts to the NFL playoff odds based on teams who face grueling stretches.

The Bills currently have the best odds among AFC teams to make the playoffs, while the Texans are given the worst odds to make the playoffs in the AFC. The current odds to make and miss the 2022-23 NFL playoffs for all AFC teams are below.

AFC Playoff Odds

Team Odds to Make NFL Playoffs Odds to Miss Playoffs
Buffalo Bills -600 +425
Kansas City Chiefs -240 +200
Denver Broncos -170 +145
Indianapolis Colts -160 +140
Los Angeles Chargers -160 +140
Cleveland Browns -150 +130
Cincinnati Bengals -145 +125
Baltimore Ravens -140 +120
Tennessee Titans -130 +110
Miami Dolphins +140 -160
New England Patriots +140 -160
Las Vegas Raiders +190 -230
Pittsburgh Steelers +310 -400
Jacksonville Jaguars +400 -550
New York Jets +650 -1000
Houston Texans +1000 -2000

Odds as of May 12

As the season progresses, and some teams are either eliminated from playoff contention or clinch a playoff berth, they will no longer be given odds to make or miss the NFL playoffs. You can see the playoff picture slowly unveil in our NFL playoff bracket.

Here are some notes on the NFL playoff odds movement:

  • [April 11] The Browns have opened with -150 odds to make the 2022-23 NFL playoffs. They have better odds than Cincinnati, Baltimore, and Tennessee.
  • [March 28] Odds to make the NFL playoffs have opened, as well as odds to miss the NFL playoffs. The following teams from the AFC opened as the favorites to make the playoffs: Buffalo, Kansas City, Indianapolis, Denver, Los Angeles (Chargers), Cincinnati, and Baltimore. The Browns did not have odds at opening.

Looking for the latest NFL odds? – Get current spreads, totals, and moneyline odds for all upcoming games this week here.

Odds to Make Playoffs for NFC Teams

The NFC team with the best odds to make the 2022-23 NFL playoffs is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with -625 odds. Surprisingly, the Lions do not have the worst odds among NFC teams to make the postseason, as the Falcons sit at the bottom of the odds board with +550 odds.

NFC Playoff Odds

Team Odds to Make NFL Playoffs Odds to Miss Playoffs
Tampa Bay Buccaneers -650 +450
Green Bay Packers -475 +360
Dallas Cowboys -280 +230
Los Angeles Rams -280 +230
San Francisco 49ers -220 +180
Arizona Cardinals -125 +105
Philadelphia Eagles -110 -110
Minnesota Vikings +105 -125
New Orleans Saints +170 -200
Washington Commanders +210 -260
New York Giants +250 -320
Chicago Bears +310 -400
Seattle Seahawks +360 -475
Carolina Panthers +450 -650
Detroit Lions +475 -700
Atlanta Falcons +550 -800

*Odds as of May 12

Here are some notes on the NFL playoff odds movement:

  • [March 28] Odds to make the NFL playoffs in the NFC have opened. The following teams from the NFC are favored to make the playoffs: Tampa Bay, Green Bay, Dallas, Los Angeles (Rams), San Francisco, and Arizona. The team with the seventh-best odds is Minnesota.

Archived NFL Playoff Odds: 2021-22, 2020-21, 2019-20

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After working in TV, Matt turned his focus towards numbers, specifically odds. He has been with us since 2016 and serves as SBD's Editor-in-Chief, credited with creating our futures trackers, SBD's score predictor, SBD Sharp, and his own model for calculating NFL SOS, among other products.