Two Teams Are The Clear Favorites To Make Super Bowl 57 According To Pro Football Focus

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The 2022 NFL season has been anything but predictable through the first 10 weeks. The Buffalo Bills, Kansas City Chiefs and defending Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams began as favorites to win Super Bowl 57. But Kansas City has already lost twice. Buffalo has already lost thrice, and Los Angeles, shocking, sits at the bottom of the AFC West at 3-6.

Oh, and reigning AFC champion Cincinnati is just 5-4. The only team that seemed to separate itself from the pack was the Philadelphia Eagles, who began the season with eight consecutive wins. But even Philly showed cracks in the armor with a loss to the Washington Commanders a week ago.

Predicting the participants in Super Bowl 57 is a complete and utter crapshoot at this point. Hell, I can’t think of anyone outside of the state of Ohio that would’ve picked the Bengals to reach the Super Bowl prior to the playoffs last season.

But Pro Football Focus has run the numbers, and two teams rise above the pack when it comes to Super Bowl odds.

PFF Belives The Eagles And Chiefs Are The Most Likely Super Bowl 57 Participants

In the immortal words of legendary rapper Jay Z, “men lie, women lie, numbers don’t.” And the number here very clearly like both the Chiefs and the Eagles.

PFF says that a Kansas City-Philadelphia is the most likely Super Bowl 57 matchup at nine percent. Each team also has a seven percent chance of appearing against different opponents, with the Chiefs playing the Vikings and the Eagles playing the Bills.

Oddly, PFF gives Philadelphia just the third-best chance of actually winning the Super Bowl, behind both Kansas City and Buffalo.

Their numbers aren’t far off from those of the Sportsbooks. DraftKings has the Bills as the Super Bowl favorite at +400, with Kansas City just behind at +500 and Philadelphia at +600.

Vikings fans may take issue, however, as their team sits at +1200 behind both the San Francisco 49ers (+800) and Dallas Cowboys (+1000).