NFC Super Bowl Futures 2022 (Ep. 1208)

NFC Super Bowl Futures 2022

NFC Super Bowl Futures 2022

The guys (@GamblingPodcast) continue their NFL offseason podcasts this time breaking down the NFC Super Bowl futures for 2022. They walk through each NFL team odds to win the Super Bowl in this podcast making case for some longshot NFL Super Bowl teams. Plus some real QB questions for guys like Aaron Rodgers, Trey Lance, Jalen Hurts and more.

Podcast Recap

First, Kramer addresses his heater in college hoops. In his own words, he is “dialed in like a brand new clock” when it comes to college basketball bets. Then the guys break down their NFC Super Bowl Futures going in order of odds from worst to first.

If Kirk Cousins and Aaron Rodgers both leave the NFC North could the Lions shock the world and win the division? The guys both think they have the North figured out but they don’t agree on the winner. Sean’s trusting the Bears to resurge with Justin Fields. But Kramer is bought in on a new look Vikings team.

Kramer isn’t afraid to let his Giants bias to be known. Is this the year for Daniel Jones to break out? The values on the Falcons and the Panthers are something to keep an eye on. But the question is what will QB play be like in the NFC South?

Will the Eagles land a big name QB in free agency? If they can make the play offs with a rookie Jalen Hurts then they certainly can play well with an improved Jalen Hurts OR a new QB all together. The floor is high in Philly, AND the Eagles have 3 first round picks this year.

How much will the Saints lose in Sean Payton’s absence? The pressure is building for Mike McCarthy. Are the Cowboys deserving of the 2nd best odds to win the NFC? The Rams are the favorites in the NFC. Although it is deserved, the value isn’t very appetizing.

Podcast Video

Podcast Transcription

NFC Super Bowl Odds

Conf Team SB
NFC Detroit Lions 15000
NFC New York Giants 8000
NFC Chicago Bears 6600
NFC Atlanta Falcons 5000
NFC Carolina Panthers 5000
NFC Washington Commanders 5000
NFC Minnesota Vikings 4000
NFC Philadelphia Eagles 4000
NFC Seattle Seahawks 4000
NFC New Orleans Saints 4000
NFC Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2500
NFC Arizona Cardinals 2000
NFC Green Bay Packers 1600
NFC San Francisco 49ers 1600
NFC Dallas Cowboys 1200
NFC Los Angeles Rams 1100
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