Two enormous moves for the 2022 NFL landscape happened on Tuesday with Aaron Rodgers announcing that he’s returning to the Green Bay Packers, and with the Seattle Seahawks sending Russell Wilson to the Denver Broncos in a blockbuster — and massive — trade. Additionally, the Packers assigned the franchise tag on superstar wide receiver Davante Adams (who would’ve been the top free agent on the open market).

Keeping Rodgers and Adams keeps the Packers as the team to beat in the NFC North. And Wilson was the missing ingredient — at the most important position in sports — for a Broncos roster that was otherwise ready to win now. The Seahawks, meanwhile, enter a rebuilding stage (they released veteran linebacker Bobby Wagner as well).

What did these moves do for the Super Bowl 57 odds, according to DraftKings?

The Packers now have the third-best odds at 8/1, trailing only the Buffalo Bills (6.5/1) and Kansas City Chiefs (7/1).

Denver comes in tied (with the San Francisco 49ers) for the fifth-best odds at 12/1, right behind the defending champion Los Angeles Rams (10/1). The Broncos play in an absolutely loaded AFC West division that also features Mahomes and the Chiefs, Justin Herbert and the Los Angeles Chargers, and a Las Vegas Raiders squad that now has offensive guru Josh McDaniels at head coach.

The Seahawks fall to unfamiliar territory under Pete Carroll, with 100/1 championship odds (tied for 28th with the Jacksonville Jaguars) ahead of only the Detroit Lions (150/1), Houston Texans (150/1), and New York Jets (150/1).

Here’s a look at the Super Bowl 57 odds for each team:

Buffalo Bills: 6.5/1
Kansas City Chiefs: 7/1
Green Bay Packers: 8/1
Los Angeles Rams: 10/1
Denver Broncos: 12/1
San Francisco 49ers: 12/1
Dallas Cowboys: 14/1
Arizona Cardinals: 20/1
Baltimore Ravens: 20/1
Cincinnati Bengals: 20/1
Tennessee Titans: 20/1
Indianapolis Colts: 25/1
Los Angeles Chargers: 25/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 28/1
Cleveland Browns: 35/1
Minnesota Vikings: 35/1
New England Patriots: 35/1
New Orleans Saints: 40/1
Philadelphia Eagles: 40/1
Atlanta Falcons: 50/1
Carolina Panthers: 50/1
Miami Dolphins: 50/1
Pittsburgh Steelers: 50/1
Washington Commanders: 50/1
Las Vegas Raiders: 60/1
Chicago Bears: 80/1
New York Giants: 80/1
Jacksonville Jaguars: 100/1
Seattle Seahawks: 100/1
Detroit Lions: 150/1
Houston Texans: 150/1
New York Jets: 150/1

NFL free agency arrives next week, so there are some more moves on the way soon that will change the 2022 outlook of some teams, but Tuesday’s moves were league-changing transactions.

The Packers will remain a Super Bowl threat, and the Broncos just became one.

About Matt Clapp

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