The beauty of last year’s Bengals Super Bowl run was that it refreshed our optimism that almost any team has a chance to advance to the big game.
When you think of potential Super Bowl winners, names like the Bills, Bucs, Chiefs, Bengals, and possibly the Denver Broncos might come up. Because we are right around the corner from watching professional football, bettors are setting their money up now to possibly cash in big.
Thousands of bettors have placed enormous bets for which team to win the Super Bowl, and every team has seen some action on it. Well, not everybody.
Caesars Sportsbooks currently show all teams in the league with at least one bettor placing a $1,000+ bet on them to win it all, except for two teams.
“Every NFL team has drawn at least one $1,000+ wager to win the 2023 Super Bowl at @CaesarsSports except for the…
Bears and Texans”
The Houston Texans enter a new era with Lovie Smith as head coach and without quarterback Deshaun Watson on the roster after they traded him to the Browns.
Houston finished 4-13 last year and things are not expected to get any better in 2022.
The Chicago Bears (6-11) finished third last season in the NFC North. They finished behind the Green Bay Packers (13-4) and the Minnesota Vikings (8-9). The team traded six-time Pro Bowl player and three-time first-team All-Pro player Khalil Mack to the Chargers this offseason.
In 12 games with 10 starts, Just Fields has thrown for 1,870 yards, seven touchdowns, and 10 interceptions while going 2-8.
It’s easy to see why fans are not too high on these teams.