Eight teams are alive in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs, leaving 16 possible Super Bowl 2022 matchups. There are clear favorites in the NFC and AFC, though no team has worse than 15/1 odds to win the championship.

Here’s a look at each team’s chances of winning Super Bowl LVI. Betting odds come from FanDuel Sportsbook.

Favorites: Green Bay Packers (+350), Kansas City Chiefs (+400)

The NFL didn’t get Aaron Rodgers vs. Patrick Mahomes in the regular season because of COVID-19, but the matchup might happen in the Super Bowl. It’s considered to be the most likely matchup with +600 odds. The NFC and AFC favorites are led by legendary quarterbacks and surprisingly good defenses.

The road to the Super Bowl goes through Lambeau Field in the NFC, making Green Bay the clear favorite to win the conference. Not only did the Packers post an NFL-best 13-4 record in the regular season, but they were undefeated at home. Rodgers is likely on his way to winning his second straight MVP award. Following a first-round bye, cornerback Jaire Alexander and edge rusher Za’Darius Smith could return for Green Bay after missing months with injuries.

The Chiefs are the AFC favorites, despite being the No. 2 seed. Kansas City might as well have had a first-round bye, routing the Pittsburgh Steelers 42-21. The Chiefs have made two straight Super Bowls and reached the AFC Championship Game in all three seasons with Mahomes as their starter. No one gave up fewer points than Kansas City from Week 6 through the end of the regular season.

Contenders: Buffalo Bills (+500), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+550), Los Angeles Rams (+700), Tennessee Titans (+850)

None of these teams are favored in their conference, but it shouldn’t come as a shock if any one of them wins the title. Buffalo and Tampa Bay both spent time as Super Bowl favorites in the regular season. Los Angeles might have the most star power outside of the quarterback position. Tennessee has home-field advantage throughout the AFC playoffs.

Buffalo certainly looked like the eventual Super Bowl champions in its 47-17 win over the New England Patriots on Wild-Card Weekend. The Bills have the NFL’s top-ranked defense. Josh Allen might be the league’s most dangerous quarterback when he’s playing his best.

As the defending champs with the greatest quarterback of all time, the Bucs might still be the favorites in the eyes of some. In search of his record eighth Super Bowl MVP award, Tom Brady is still playing like he’s in the prime of his career. Almost all of Tampa Bay’s starters from last year’s championship roster are still with the team.

The Rams have the likely Offensive Player of the Year in Cooper Kupp and the league’s best defensive player in Aaron Donald. Receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and pass rusher Von Miller made the team even better as midseason additions. If Matthew Stafford can play largely mistake-free football, Los Angeles will be difficult to stop.

With the sixth-best odds, the Titans aren’t considered to be a strong No. 1 seed. Tennessee went 4-3 down the stretch, dealing with a historic number of injuries. If Derrick Henry returns and is completely healthy, Tennessee can certainly win the Super Bowl. The Titans beat the Chiefs, Bills and Rams by a combined score of 89-50 in the regular season.

Long Shots: San Francisco 49ers (+1200), Cincinnati Bengals (+1500)

There isn’t exactly a true “long shot” this late in the playoffs, but there’s a significant gap between the third and fourth teams in each conference. San Francisco and Cincinnati have to win three straight road games to reach the Super Bowl no matter what happens in the divisional round.

As the third-place finisher in the NFC West, the 49ers are the lowest seed left in the postseason field. A few of San Francisco’s most important players suffered injuries in the team’s wild-card win over the Dallas Cowboys. The 49ers are 8-2 in their last 10 games and only two seasons removed from reaching the Super Bowl with the same quarterback, head coach and many of the same playmakers.

Cincinnati is the only remaining playoff team that’s led by a quarterback playing in his first postseason. Joe Burrow was fantastic in his playoff debut and gives the Bengals the better quarterback in their upcoming matchup. Cincinnati entered the season with +12000 Super Bowl odds and 31 years since their last playoff win.

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Quarterback Aaron Rodgers #12 of the Green Bay Packers greets quarterback Patrick Mahomes #15 of the Kansas City Chiefs at midfield after the Packers defeated the Chiefs 31-24 to win the game at Arrowhead Stadium on October 27, 2019 in Kansas City, Missouri. Jamie Squire/Getty Images