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Super Bowl LVI Betting Guide

Published: Dec 22, 5:30pm Last Updated: Aug 4, 8:55am American Football 0 Comments 290 Views

Super Bowl LVI Betting Odds

Super Bowl LVI will be staged at the SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California on Sunday 13th February 2022. The winners of the NFC Championship game and AFC Championship game will compete for the Vince Lombardi Trophy in the 56th Super Bowl.

The thirty two NFL franchises start their quest for Super Bowl LVI glory when the regular 18 week season gets underway on Thursday 9th September with reigning Super Bowl LV winners the Tampa Bay Buccaneers hosting the Dallas Cowboys.

Super Bowl LVI 18 Oct @ 09:00 - Outright Win
TB Buccaneers 6.50
BUF Bills 6.50
KC Chiefs 8.00
LA Rams 10.00
GB Packers 12.00
BAL Ravens 12.00
ARZ Cardinals 13.00
DAL Cowboys 15.00
CLE Browns 21.00
LA Chargers 23.00

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Before we take a look at the Super Bowl LVI contenders and previous Super Bowl winners and historical stats don't forget to check out the Super Bowl picks from OLBG's knowledgeable NFL tipsters.

Super Bowl LVI Betting Guide - Regular Season

New for this NFL regular season will be an additional fixture meaning an 18 week schedule (including a bye week) which will conclude on Sunday 9th January 2022.

With the additional game the 17 game week seasonal schedule is now constructed with each NFL team playing:

  • The three teams in their division - twice (home & away)
  • The four teams from another division in their conference (AFC/NFC) - Once
  • The four teams from a division in the other conference (AFC/NFC) - Once
  • The remaining two teams from their conference who finished in the same divisional position last season - Once
  • The New Fixture - An Inter conference match up that took place two years earlier based on teams finishing in the same divisional position the previous season.

This season's Inter conference match up pairings for the 17th game are as follows:

  • NFC East @ AFC East
  • NFC West @ AFC North
  • NFC South @ AFC South
  • NFC North @ AFC West

For a detailed look at each conference and the 8 divisions please check out our:

Our army of knowledgeable NFL members have compiled numerous useful NFL blogs to help bettors gain a better understanding of what to look for when placing your NFL picks and wagers.

This NFL Betting Pitfalls Guide is worth a read before setting out and if you are new to NFL wagering then this NFL Betting Beginners Guide looks at the various NFL markets available.

MVP - Most Regular Season Passing Yards Odds

  • Kansas City Chiefs Quarterback Patrick Mahomes was 2nd in the Most Regular Season Passing Yards last term and heads the pre-season NFL futures Most Regular Season Passing Yards odds. Dak Prescott returns for the Dallas Cowboys this term from a season ending injury last year and figures highly.
Most Regular Season Passing Yards 18 Oct @ 09:00 - Specials
Tom Brady 3.50
Derek Carr 7.00
Patrick Mahomes 8.00
Matthew Stafford 9.00
Dak Prescott 9.50
Justin Herbert 10.00
Kyler Murray 13.00
Josh Allen 17.00
Russell Wilson 17.00
Aaron Rodgers 34.00
  • Deshaun Watson topped the Most Regular Season Passing Yards table last term despite the Houston Texans winning only four of their sixteen games and finishing 3rd in the AFC South.

Top 12 Quarterbacks surpassed 4000 passing yards during the last regular NFL season:

Player Team Passing Yards Touchdowns
Deshaun Watson Houston Texans 4823 33
Patrick Mahomes Kansas City Chiefs 4740 38
Tom Brady Tampa Bay Buccaneers 4633 40
Matt Ryan Atlanta Falcons 4581 26
Josh Allen Buffalo Bills 4544 37
Justin Herbert Los Angeles Chargers 4336 31
Aaron Rodgers Green Bay Packers 4299 48
Kirk Cousins Minnesota Vikings 4265 35
Russell Wilson Seattle Seahawks 4212 40
Philip Rivers Indianapolis Colts 4169 24
Derek Carr Las Vegas Raiders 4103 27
Matthew Stafford Detroit Lions 4084 26

MVP - Most Regular Season Receiving Yards Odds

  • Buffalo's Wide Receiver, Stefon Diggs was the only player to reach 1500+ yards receiving the ball during the last regular NFL season and at the time of writing is vying for favouritism in the pre-season NFL Futures Most Regular Season Receiving Yards market.
Most Regular Season Receiving Yards 18 Oct @ 09:00 - Specials
Davante Adams 6.00
Tyreek Hill 8.00
Justin Jefferson 9.50
Cooper Kupp 10.00
Deebo Samuel 11.00
JaMarr Chase 15.00
DJ Moore 15.00
D K Metcalf 16.00
Amari Cooper 16.00
Stefon Diggs 17.00
  • The top three players (Diggs, Kelce & Hopkins) last season for most receiving yards sit high up the pecking order in the pre-season NFL futures odds for Most Regular Season Receiving Yards.

Top 10 players for Most Regular Season Receiving Yards for last season:

Player Team Receiving Yards Touchdowns
Stefon Diggs (WR) Buffalo Bills 1535 8
Travis Kelce (TE) Kansas City Chiefs 1416 11
DeAndre Hopkins (WR) Arizona Cardinals 1407 6
Justin Jefferson (WR) Minnesota Vikings 1400 7
Davante Adams (WR) Green Bay Packers 1374 18
Calvin Ridley (WR) Atlanta Falcons 1374 9
D K Metcalf (WR) Seattle Seahawks 1303 10
Tyreek Hill (WR) Kansas City Chiefs 1276 15
Allen Robinson (WR) Chicago Bears 1250 6
Darren Waller (TE) Las Vegas Raiders 1196 9

MVP - Most Regular Season Rushing Yards Odds

  • Tennessee's Running Back, Derrick Henry topped the Rushing yardage stats last season and this pre season heads the NFL futures odds for the Most Regular Season Rushing Yards category.
Most Regular Season Rushing Yards 18 Oct @ 09:00 - Specials
Derrick Henry 1.71
Nick Chubb 9.00
Ezekiel Elliott 9.00
Joe Mixon 13.00
Lamar Jackson 19.00
Antonio Gibson 21.00
Alvin Kamara 29.00
Jonathan Taylor 34.00
Aaron Jones 34.00
Austin Ekeler 41.00
  • Dalvin Cook was second on the rushing yardage list last season and at the time of writing the Minnesota Vikings Running Back occupies that position in the NFL futures odds for Most Rushing yardage during the regular season.

Top nine players who carried the ball at least 1000 yards during the last regular season:

Player Team Yardage Touchdowns
Derrick Henry (RB) Tennessee Titans 2027 17
Dalvin Cook (RB) Minnesota Vikings 1557 16
Jonathan Taylor (RB) Indianapolis Colts 1169 11
Aaron Jones (RB) Green Bay Packers 1104 9
David Montgomery (RB) Chicago Bears 1070 8
James Robinson (RB) Jacksonville Jaguars 1070 7
Nick Chubb (RB) Cleveland Browns 1067 12
Josh Jacobs (RB) Las Vegas Raiders 1065 12
Lamar Jackson (QB) Baltimore Ravens 1005 7
  • The Baltimore Ravens, Lamar Jackson was the only Quarterback to top the 1000 yards carrying the ball and made the above list.

Super Bowl LVI Post Season

Upon conclusion of the regular season on Sunday 9th January 2022, the 14 play off teams will be:

  • The 4 AFC divisional winners
  • The 4 NFC divisional winners
  • 3 AFC teams with the next best win/loss record
  • 3 NFC teams with the next best win/loss record

First round bye spots in the play offs are up for grabs for one of the NFC four divisional winners finishing with the best win/loss record and the same for one of the AFC Four divisional winners. 

Post Season Schedule

  • Super Wild Card Weekend - Saturday 15th to Monday 17th January 2022
  • Divisional Round - Saturday 22nd & Sunday 23rd January 2022
  • NFC & AFC Championship Games - Sunday 30th January 2022
  • Super Bowl LVI - Sunday 13th February 2022

These are the 14 NFL teams heading to the Play Offs: (TBD)

Play Off Spots Team W/L Record
NFC East Winner

NFC North Winner

NFC South Winner

NFC West Winner

AFC East Winner

AFC North Winner

AFC South Winner

AFC West Winner

NFC Wild Card

NFC Wild Card

NFC Wild Card

AFC Wild Card

AFC Wild Card

AFC Wild Card

Super Wild Card Weekend Games



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Most Touchdowns


DEFENCE Rankings


Points Allowed Per Game


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Overall record


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Divisional Record


Conference Record


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Divisional Play Off Weekend



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Points Per Game


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Passing Yardage


Most Touchdowns


DEFENCE Rankings


Points Allowed Per Game


Rushing Yardage


Passing Yardage





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Overall record


Home Record


Road record


Conference Record


OFFENCE Rankings (reg. season)


Points Per Game


Rushing Yardage


Passing Yardage


Most Touchdowns


DEFENCE Rankings


Points Allowed Per Game


Rushing Yardage


Passing Yardage






Overall record


Home Record


Road record


Conference Record


OFFENCE Rankings (reg. season)


Points Per Game


Rushing Yardage


Passing Yardage


Most Touchdowns


DEFENCE Rankings


Points Allowed Per Game


Rushing Yardage


Passing Yardage





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Overall record


Home Record


Road record


Divisional Record


Conference Record


OFFENCE Rankings (reg. season)


Points Per Game


Rushing Yardage


Passing Yardage


Most Touchdowns


DEFENCE Rankings


Points Allowed Per Game


Rushing Yardage


Passing Yardage


Conference Championship Round

Take a look at our NFC Championship Game Betting Guide for the latest NFC Championship odds and contenders.

Head over to our AFC Championship Game Betting Guide for the latest AFC Championship odds and contenders.

Super Bowl LVI

Sun. 14th February 2022 TBD v  TBD
Overall record


Home Record


Road Record


Divisional Record


Conference Record


Inter-Conference Record


OFFENCE Rankings (reg. season)


Points Per Game


Rushing Yardage


Passing Yardage


Total Touchdowns


Most Touchdowns


DEFENCE Rankings


Points Allowed Per Game


Rushing Yardage


Passing Yardage


Quarterback Head to Head:

Quarterbacks:

Overall NFL Record

Post Season Record

Super Bowl Record

2020/21 Regular Season Stats.

Passing Yardage

Passing Touchdowns

Before you place your Super Bowl wagers, check out the Super Bowl picks from OLBG's NFL tipsters.

Super Bowl Stats & Last Ten Winners

Most Super Bowl Wins (latest)

  • 6 = New England Patriots (2018) & Pittsburgh Steelers (2008)

Most Super Bowl Appearances (latest)

  • 11 = New England Patriots (2018)

Highest Game Total Points

  • 75 = San Francisco 49ers 49 San Diego Chargers 26 (1994/95)

Highest Team Total Points

  • 55 = San Francisco 49ers (v Denver Broncos) 1989/90

Highest Winning Points Margin 

  • 45 = San Francisco 49ers 55 Denver Broncos 10 (1989/90)

Overtime Games (latest)

  • 1 (2016/17)

Last Ten Super Bowl Games

Here is a table showing the last ten Super Bowl winners and runner up:

Season Champions Runner Up Game Score
2020/21 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Kansas City Chiefs 31-9
2019/20 Kansas City Chiefs San Francisco 49ers 31-20
2018/19 New England Patriots Los Angeles Rams 13-3
2017/18 Philadelphia Eagles New England Patriots 41-33
2016/17 New England Patriots Atlanta Falcons 34-38 (OT)
2015/16 Denver Broncos Carolina Panthers 24-10
2014/15 New England Patriots Seattle Seahawks 28-24
2013/14 Seattle Seahawks Denver Broncos 43-8
2012/13 Baltimore Ravens San Francisco 49ers 34-31
2011/12 New York Giants New England Patriots 21-17
  • The NFC v AFC head to head of Super Bowl winners in the last ten years is 6-4 to the AFC teams.

Don't forget to check out the NFL picks from OLBG's best football tipsters throughout the regular season and the post season play offs through to the Super Bowl.

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