Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl Odds

The Kansas City Chiefs offense will look different come September after a busy off-season. Even with a new offense, the Chiefs’ Super Bowl 57 Odds are still favorable. 

Kansas City finished last season with a 12-5 record, winning their sixth straight AFC West Division title and hosting their fourth consecutive AFC Championship Game, but they failed to make it to their third straight  Super Bowl after losing the AFC Championship to the Cincinnati Bengals in overtime. 

Andy Reid will return to lead the pack as head coach, with Eric Bieniemy returning as offensive coordinator and Steve Spagnulo coming back as defensive coordinator. After a chaotic off-season for the entire AFC West, the Chief’s new lineup will need to be ready to take on the stiff competition in the division.

There is a glimmer of hope, too, that Kansas sports betting will be legalized in the near future. That means Chiefs fans could be placing wagers on their favorite team as soon as this fall.

Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl Odds And Other Futures

The most notable lineup change is the absence of superstar WR Tyreek Hill, who the Chiefs traded to the Miami Dolphins in March. Despite that, Kansas City is still among the favorites to win the Super Bowl at the end of next season.

SportsbookSuper Bowl OddsAFC West Division OddsRegular season win total
BetMGM+900+135Over 10.5 (-140)
Under 10.5 (+115)
Caesars+900+160Over 10.5 (-130)
Under 10.5 (+110)
FanDuel+950+155Over 10.5 (-110)
Under 10.5 (-110)
BetRivers+1000+155Over 10.5 (-110)
Under 10.5 (-110)
DraftKings+1000+160Over 10.5 (-115)
Under 10.5 (-105)

Chiefs Offensive Changes

Of course, quarterback Patrick Mahomes will still be piloting the offense, but he will be throwing to some different wide receivers due to the departure of Hill, Byron Pringle, and Demarcus Robinson. 

Kansas City picked up two new receivers who bring a whole new set of diverse skills. They include speedster Marquez Valdez- Scantling, who is tough to take down, and JuJu Smith-Schuster, who is a powerful route-runner with great awareness, and physicality. 

Mahomes still has his trusty tight end Travis Kelce to make plays with, too. Wide receivers Mecole Hardman and Josh Gordon will also be returning to the lineup.

As for the running backs, Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Derrick Gore will be back. Free agents Jerick McKinnon and Darrel Williams’ final landing spots are still up in the air, but the Chiefs did sign Ronald Jones from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers who is known for his fierce running style and efficiency between tackles. 

The Chiefs revamped their offensive line last year and studs like Creed Humphry, Orlando Brown Jr., Joe Thuney, Andrew Wylie, and Trey Smith will be back to bring their power and strength.

Chiefs Defensive Changes

It’s the same old tune when it comes to the Chiefs’ defense — it needs some work. 

The Chiefs did add some talented defensive players with the signings of safety Justin Reid and Deon Bush. Bush will also bring value to Kansas City’s special teams. Reid had seven interceptions, two forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries, and a pair of sacks during his four seasons on the Houston Texans.

With the departure of safety Dan Sorenson and most likely Tyrann Mathieu, Reid and Bush will pair up well with Juan Thornhill. 

Playmaker CB Charvarius Ward signed with the San Francisco 49ers, but the Chiefs still have LB Nick Bolton, LB Willie Gay, CB L’Jarius Sneed, CB Rashad Fenton, DT Derrick Nnadi, and most importantly, DT Chris Jones and DEFrank Clark. 

The Chiefs also added linebackers, Elijah Lee and Jermaine Carter. The team is still waiting to hear what will happen with free agents DE Melvin Ingram, LB Anthony Hitchens, and LB Ben Nieman.

Chiefs 2022 Draft

The 2022 NFL Draft is coming up and the Chiefs are tied with the Jacksonville Jaguars with the most picks this year at 12. Most of Kansas City’s picks come from the blockbuster Tyreek Hill trade, which netted the Chiefs five draft picks, including one in the first round.

Chiefs Draft Picks

  • Round 1 – Pick 29 overall
  • Round 1 – Pick 30 overall
  • Round 2 – Pick 50 overall 
  • Round 2 – Pick 62 overall
  • Round 3 –  Pick 94 overall
  • Round 3 –  Pick 103 overall
  • Round 4 – Pick 121 overall
  • Round 4 –  Pick 135 overall
  • Round 7 –  Pick 234 overall
  • Round 7 – Pick 244 overall
  • Round 7 – Pick 252 overall
  • Round 7 – Pick  260 overall

Who Will They Draft?

The Chiefs will most likely end up drafting defensive players, but it wouldn’t hurt for them to add some depth to their offense and add some wide receivers in the mix. Here is a look at a pair of mock drafts.

ESPN’s Mel Kiper

First round

29 – CB Andrew Booth Jr. from Clemson

30 – DE George Karlaftis from Purdue

Second round

50 – WR Skyy Moore from Western Michigan

62 – WR Jalen Tolbert from Southern Alabama


First round

29 – DL Boye Mafe from Minnesota

30 – WR Christian Watson from North Dakota State

Second round

50 – DT DeMarvin Leal from Texas A&M

62 – LB Christian Harris from Alabama

AP Photo/Paul Sancya

About the Author

Calli Varner

Calli Varner is a writer and contributor to Kansas Sharp. As a football fanatic and lifelong resident of Arizona, she proudly cheers on the Arizona Cardinals. But her heart belongs to her number one team, the Kansas City Chiefs. (Go Chiefs Kingdom!) You can follow Calli on Twitter at @CalliDoesSports.