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Super Bowl 57 Latest Trading Odds
It may have only been a few weeks since the 2022 Super Bowl, but already eyes are turning to the next one.
With a whole host of trades taking place, we look at the big winners and losers in the market and who are the favorites and outsiders now the rosters for each team have become that bit clearer.
Still leading the way in the odds, it’s the Buffalo Bills at around +650, give or take, depending on where you bet.
Odds fluctuated as Tom Brady retired and then unretired, quarterbacks including the likes of Deshaun Watson and Russell Wilson got traded, Aaron Rodgers committed his future to the Green Bay Packers and Tyreek Hill left the Kansas City Chiefs and headed to Miami with the Dolphins.
Heading into the off-season, the main 2 talking points were regarding Tom Brady’s retirement and the future of Aaron Rodgers.
In the end, Rodgers stayed with the Green Bay Packers and signed the largest contract in NFL history. This originally saw the odds of a win a Super Bowl 57 for the Packers move from +1,500 to +750, however, they have since dropped back to +1,200 after Davante Adams left for the Las Vegas Raiders and Tom Brady reversed his retirement decision and return to the Bucs.
That saw the Bucs move to second favorite in the betting, they are currently +750.
One left-sided trade that very few people saw coming was Russell Wilson joining the Denver Broncos. Many people in the know expected the Broncos to sign Rodgers before he chose to stay put. Although Wilson made it clear he wanted to leave Seattle, he was expected to join the likes of Tampa Bay, Washington or New Orleans. The signing of Wilson sees the broncos move from +1,800 to around +1,200, then back to +1,500 as of now.
The Houston Texans offloaded Deshaun Watson but not as expected to the Atlanta Falcons or New Orleans Saints. At the last moment, the Cleveland Browns came in and secure a deal, seeing their odds move a huge amount, from +3,500 down to +1,700.
Carson Wentz was another Quarter Back on the move, leaving the Indianapolis Colts for the Washington Commanders. It led to a number of other moves including Matt Ryan leaving the Atlanta Falcons for The Colts and the Falcons adding Marcus Mariota as his replacement.
Expect a few other teams such as Carolina Panthers, Pittsburgh Steelers and the Seattle Seahawks to add Quarterbacks too.
Latest Odds for the Super Bowl 57 Trading:
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+750||+2200|
|Kansas City Chiefs||+900||+700|
|Green Bay Packers||+900||+1500|
|San Francisco 49ers||+1500||+1400|
|New England Patriots||+4000||+2500|
|Las Vegas Raiders||+4000||+5000|
|New Orleans Saints||+5000||+3000|
|New York Giants||+9000||+6500|
|New York Jets||+20000||+15000|