NFL 2022/23 Futures Picks - Back The Chiefs to Win The Super Bowl

NFL 2022/23 Futures Picks - Back The Chiefs to Win The Super Bowl

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NFL 22/23 FuturesBetUSBetOnlineMyBookie
Kansas City Chiefs+650+800+630
Buffalo Bills+650+700+630
Los Angeles Rams+1000+1200+940
Green Bay Packers+1400+1200+1175
Baltimore Ravens+1800+1800+1750

Kansas City Chiefs - (+800)

My favorites for the title this year have to be the team that seem to be favorites every year recently because of superstar Patrick Mahomes being in their ranks.

The Chiefs didn't make it to the Super Bowl last season after the defeat in overtime to the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Championship game, but they are still quite comfortably the best team in their division.

They've been in that championship game for each of the last four consecutive seasons and they have the best quarterback playing the game right now.

They're almost certain to be among the best teams in the world once again next season and it would be a huge shock if they weren't among the top two seeds in the AFC heading into the playoffs in 2023.

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Green Bay Packers - (+1400)

The Packers are not among the best teams in the world, but any team that has Aaron Rodgers as part of their roster has a chance of becoming world champions. Right now Rodgers isn't there, but the expectation is that he will return to Green Bay and that will see their odds drop dramatically.

They managed to secure the number one seed in the NFC last season despite a stack of injuries on the offensive and defensive lines.

Give the Packers Rodgers and they are still the best team in the conference and that means they'll be in the playoffs, which gives them every chance of becoming Super Bowl champions for the first time since 2011.

Buffalo Bills - (+700)

The Bills were absolutely one of the very best teams in the NFL last season, and if it wasn't for them losing the coin toss in the second round of the playoffs they could arguably have been champions then.

Quarterback Josh Allen was able to elevate his game to a whole new level this season, outplaying Mahomes in that game to show that he is among the very best in the league.

Buffalo have got one of the strongest rosters in the NFL and they could strengthen it in the off-season too, so expect them to be one of the top seeds in the AFC and be in and around the hunt to lift the Heisman trophy come March 2023.

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Baltimore Ravens - (+1800)

This may seem like a really out-there pick considering last season, but don't rule the Ravens out.

The 2021 season couldn't have gone much worse. They lost their top three running backs through season-ending knee injuries before the season even started and the injuries just continued to pile up from then on.

Despite that, they were still in playoff contention heading into game week 18 despite losing over 20 players to the injury reserve list.

With so many stars set to finally return to action, plus 10 picks in the 2022 NFL draft, this is a team that should and will be much improved and has a steady foundation to build on to make a stunning comeback in the race for a championship.

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Cleveland Browns - (+3100)

The Browns' season was absolutely shocking and after Odell Beckham Jr ended up winning the Super Bowl, many questioned their decision to release him in mid-season.

But it was only a year ago when they went toe-to-toe with the Chiefs to show their real quality in the division.

It's expected that Baker Mayfield will be back in action in the coming season, and the hope is that he will be back to 100 percent fitness after shoulder surgery. If the offense is capable of improving even slightly this season, then this is a team that can hang with any AFC contender on their day.

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Chicago Bears - (+5800)

We literally just saw Joe Burrow take the Bengals to the Super Bowl in year two of his tenure, so could Justin Fields do the same thing in Chicago?

The Bears are getting back several players from injury, including Khalil Mack which is a huge positive for the team. But they also have a boatload of cap space to improve the roster, and they will likely target improvements on their offensive line with that extra cash.

Fields is talented enough to help this team take the next step in the division and become contenders, so don't rule them out.

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