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NFL 2021/22 season preview

Tampa Bay wins Super Bowl LV

The Tampa Bay defense stifled Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs and the Buccaneers earned a decisive 31-9 victory in Super Bowl LV. Tom Brady, who already held the record for most Super Bowl wins by any player, has now won his seventh championship.

Brady, who broke his own record for oldest quarterback to win a Super Bowl, threw for 3 touchdowns and went for 201 passing yards, going 21/29. Brady was also named Super Bowl MVP. Tampa Bay is the first team ever to both play and win the Super Bowl in their home stadium.

  • NFL Champion: Tampa Bay
  • AFC Champion: Kansas
  • NFC Champion: Tampa Bay
  • AFC Division Winners: Buffalo, Pittsburgh, Indianapolis, Kansas
  • NFC Division Winners: Washington, Green Bay, New Orleans, Seattle

NFL 2021/22 key dates

  • September 9 : Regular season starts
  • January 9 : Regular season ends
  • January 15 : Postseason begins
  • February 6 : Pro Bowl, Paradise
  • February 11 : Super Bowl, Los Angeles

Super Bowl favorites

TeamOddsTeamOdds
Kansas City5.5New Orleans40
Tampa Bay8Minnesota Vikings40
Buffalo Bills12Washington40
Los Angeles Rams13Denver Broncos50
San Francisco 49ers15Pittsburgh Steelers50
Green Bay Packers15Chicago Bears65
Baltimore Ravens15Atlanta Falcons80
Cleveland Browns17New York Giants80
Tennessee Titans21Carolina Panthers80
Seattle Seahawks26Las Vegas Raiders80
LA Chargers30Philadelphia Eagles100
Dallas Cowboys30Jacksonville125
New England30Cincinnati Bengals150
Arizona Cardinals35New York Jets150
Indianapolis35Detroit Lions250
Miami Dolphins40Houston Texans300

These are the odds to win NFL 2021/22 Championship, published by online bookmakers before the start of the season.

The Kansas City Chiefs might have lost Super Bowl LV, but they are still the NFL team to beat this season. Patrick Mahomes, Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce give the Chiefs the most devastating passing game trio in modern NFL history. As long as those three superstars are healthy, the Chiefs should keep rolling and potentially be a Super Bowl 2022 participant.

The Tampa Bay Tampa Bay Buccaneers retained all of their 22 Super Bowl winners this off-season, making them one of the most experienced sides in the entire league. They have no obvious weaknesses, and their hopes rest squarely on Tom Brady's ability to continue to defy Father Time. It was reported recently that Brady played the entire campaign with a torn MCL, something that could affect his performance levels this year.

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The Buffalo Bills piled up a 13-3 record in 2020 en route to the AFC Championship game while solidifying themselves as the new sheriff in town. Their roster has remained relatively the same for the 2021/22 season, thus expect the Bills to be up there competing with the best yet again this term.

The Los Angeles Rams are Super Bowl or bust this year after trading for quarterback Matthew Stafford in the offseason. The Rams have felt a QB away from being an elite NFL team for years now, and Stafford may push the Rams over the edge from pretender to true contender. Unfortunately, the Rams lost running back Cam Akers for the season to an offseason training Achilles injury.

Predictions for the regular season

AFC East

1. Buffalo Bills
2. New England Patriots
3. Miami Dolphins
4. NY Jets

AFC North

1. Baltimore Ravens
2. Cleveland Browns
3. Pittsburgh Steelers
4. Cincinati Bengals

AFC South

1. Tennessee Titans
2. Indianapolis Colts
3. Jacksonsville Jaguars
4. Houston Texans

AFC West

1. Kansas City Chiefs
2. LA Chargers
3. Denver Broncos
4. Las Vegas Raiders

NFC East

1. Dallas Cowboys
2. Washington
3. NY Giants
4. Philadelphia Eagles

NFC North

1. Green Bay Packers
2. Minnessota Vikings
3. Chichago Bears
4. Detroit Lions

NFC South

1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
2. New Orlens Saints
3. Atlanta Falcons
4. Carolina Panthers

NFC West

1. Los Angeles Rams
2. San Francisco 49ers
3. Seattle Seahawks
4. Arizona Cardinals

NFL 2020/21 Playoffs

Super Bowl
Tampa - Kansas31 : 9
Conference Championship
Kansas - Buffalo38 : 24
Green Bay - Tampa26 : 31
Divisional Playoffs
Kansas - Cleveland22 : 17
New Orl. - Tampa20 : 30
Green Bay - LA Rams32 : 18
Buffalo - Baltimore17 : 3
Wild Card Playoffs
New Orl. - Chicago21 : 9
Pittsburgh - Cleveland37 : 48
Tennesee - Baltimore13 : 20
Seattle - LA Rams20 : 30
Buffalo - Indianap.27 : 24
Washing. - Tampa23 : 31

NFL 2020/21 regular season standings

Team%W-D-L
AFC East
1Buffalo81.313-0-3
2Miami62.510-0-6
3New Engl.43.87-0-9
4NY Jets12.52-0-14
AFC North
1Pittsburgh75.012-0-4
2Baltimore68.811-0-5
3Cleveland68.811-0-5
4Cincinati28.14-1-11
AFC South
1Indianap.68.811-0-5
2Tennesee65.610-1-5
3Houston28.14-1-11
4Jackson.6.31-0-15
AFC West
1Kansas87.514-0-2
2Las Vegas50.08-0-8
3LA Charg.43.87-0-9
4Denver31.35-0-11
NFC East
1Washing.43.87-0-9
2NY Giants37.56-0-10
3Dallas37.56-0-10
4Philadel.28.14-1-11
NFC North
1Green Bay81.313-0-3
2Chicago50.08-0-8
3Minnesota43.87-0-9
4Detroit31.35-0-11
NFC South
1New Orl.75.012-0-4
2Tampa68.811-0-5
3Carolina31.35-0-11
4Atlanta25.04-0-12
NFC West
1Seattle75.012-0-4
2LA Rams62.510-0-6
3Arizona50.08-0-8
4San Fran.37.56-0-10

Last five seasons

Team16/1717/1818/1919/2020/21
New Englandfinalsfinalstitle1/8-
NY Jets-----
Miami-----
Buffalo-1/8-1/81/2
Pittsburgh1/81/4--1/8
Cincinati1/8----
Baltimore1/2-1/81/41/4
Cleveland----1/4
Indianapolis--1/4-1/8
Jacksonsville-1/2---
Tennessee-1/4-1/21/8
Houston1/4-1/81/4-
Denver1/4----
LA Chargers--1/4--
Kansas-1/81/2titlefinals
Las Vegas-----
Washington----1/8
NY Giantstitle----
Philadelphia-title1/41/8-
Dallas--1/4--
Chichago--1/8-1/8
Minnessota-1/2-1/4-
Green Bay1/4--1/21/2
Detroit1/8----
Carolina-1/8---
Tampa Bay----title
Atlanta1/81/4---
New Orlens1/41/41/21/81/4
Seattle--1/81/41/8
LA Rams-1/8finals-1/4
San Fran.1/2--finals-
Arizona-----