Who are the Super Bowl favourites after the wild card round?

The super wild card weekend is over as the LA Rams became the first team in NFL history to win a Monday night game in the playoffs.

Five of the six home teams won last weekend with the San Francisco 49ers causing the only upset on the road, winning 23-17 at the Dallas Cowboys as Gambling Happy went 6/6 on picks.

The Cincinnati Bengals held off a late charge from the Las Vegas Raiders to progress to the Divisional Round with a 26-19 win. They will now go to the Number 1 seed Tennessee Titans as 4-point underdogs on Saturday.

Bill Belichick was short and sweet in his post match interview as his New England Patriots were destroyed 47-17 by AFC East rivals Buffalo Bills. Josh Allen and co scored on all seven of their drives, excluding Mitch Trubisky coming in to take three kneels at the end.

The Bills see their odds cut to 5/1 to win the Super Bowl now. They will play the Kansas City Chiefs in the Divisional Round, with the home team being 4/1 to win the Super Bowl. Many think the winner of this game will progress to the Super Bowl. If you’re one of those, you can get 9/5 on Kansas City and 11/5 on Buffalo to win the AFC Championship.

Defending champions Tampa Bay easily saw off Philadelphia Eagles 31-15 at Raymond James Stadium, but picked up a number of notable injuries during the game – Brian Jensen, Tristan Wirfs and Stephen Murphy-Bunting all Questionable for the weekend’s tie with the LA Rams.

The LA Rams themselves were convincing 34-11 winners over the Arizona Cardinals in the wild card round but head from the west coast to the south east as 3-point underdogs.

San Francisco will meet the Green Bay Packers in the playoffs for the fourth time in a decade. The 49ers won all three but we fully expect that streak to be ended on Saturday. The Packers are 16/5 Super Bowl favourites.

Here’s a full list of Super Bowl LVI odds:

Green Bay Packers 16/5
Kansas City Chiefs 4/1
Buffalo Bills 5/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 6/1
LA Rams 15/2
Tennessee Titans 15/2
San Francisco 49ers 11/1
Cincinnati Bengals 15/1