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NFL Power Rankings: Post-Draft Rankings & Super Bowl Odds for All 32 Teams

Max Staley
NFL power rankings: post-draft rankings for all 32 teams in the NFL.
NFL power rankings: post-draft rankings for all 32 teams in the NFL. / Patrick Smith/Getty Images
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The 2021 NFL Draft is in the books. In a relatively shocking turn of events, most fans seem pretty happy with how their team's draft turned out. While you can quibble with some decisions, there just weren't as many baffling or head-scratching selections as we've grown accustomed to seeing.

Most fanbases are feeling optimistic after the draft, but the post-draft period is when reality begins to set in. Not all 32 teams are going to be contenders.

With 2021 rosters finally beginning to take shape, here's a look at The Duel's 2021 post-draft power rankings, including Super Bowl LVI odds for all 32 teams.

NFL Power Rankings Post 2021 Draft

Note: All odds are from FanDuel Sportsbook's odds to win Super Bowl LVI.

1. Kansas City Chiefs

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +500 (No. 1)
Through shrewd moves in free agency and the NFL Draft, the Kansas City Chiefs addressed their biggest weakness: the offensive line. With a new group of maulers paving the way, Kansas City is the league's safest bet to be a Super Bowl contender again in 2021.

2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +650 (No. 2)

3. Buffalo Bills

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +1200 (No. 3)

4. Los Angeles Rams

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +1300 (T-No. 4)
The San Francisco 49ers and Los Angeles Rams are grouped together in both the odds and power rankings. Both organizations feature top-tier head coaches and elite rosters on paper. Both will also go as far as their new franchise QBs can take them. Experience gives Matthew Stafford and the Rams the edge over the Trey Lance- and Jimmy Garoppolo-led 49ers.

5. San Francisco 49ers

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +1300 (T-No. 4)

6. Cleveland Browns

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +1800 (No. 9)
The Cleveland Browns have assembled a super team. The roster is loaded with top-tier talent at pretty much every position. Baker Mayfield will need to take a leap in order for this team to make good on all the pre-season hype, but that's very possible considering his supporting cast.

7. Baltimore Ravens

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +1400 (No. 6)

8. Green Bay Packers

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +1600 (No. 7)
This ranking is somewhat of a hedge. Depending on what happens with the Aaron Rodgers situation, the Green Bay Packers will either be much higher or lower on the next iteration of this list.

9. Seattle Seahawks

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +2300 (No. 10)

10. Los Angeles Chargers

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +3100 (T-No. 16)

11. Indianapolis Colts

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +2400 (No. 11)

12. Miami Dolphins

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +3000 (T-No. 13)

13. New Orleans Saints

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +2600 (No. 12)

14. New England Patriots

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +3100 (T-No. 16)
The New England Patriots answered pretty much every question on their roster through the draft and free agency. But this team will only go as far as Cam Newton and/or Mac Jones can take it. Both options remain major question marks, so it's hard to rank NE higher than slightly above average.

15. Washington Football Team

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +5000 (T-No. 22)

16. Tennessee Titans

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +3000 (T-No. 13)
The Tennessee Titans lost a ton of talent this offseason. We also don't know how this offense will fare without OC Arthur Smith, who was an integral part of building that unit. Mix in some questions on defense, and a team with back-to-back playoff appearances starts to look pretty average.

17. Arizona Cardinals

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +4000 (T-No. 19)

18. Pittsburgh Steelers

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +3600 (No. 18)

19. Dallas Cowboys

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +3000 (T-No. 13)

20. Denver Broncos

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +1700 (No. 8)
This roster is stacked from top to bottom. All that's missing is a quarterback. If the Denver Broncos land Aaron Rodgers, look out. If they don't, it's hard to see Drew Lock and Teddy Bridgewater doing anything of significance.

21. Minnesota Vikings

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +4000 (T-No. 19)

22. Chicago Bears

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +4800 (No. 21)
If Justin Fields is as good as advertised, No. 22 is way too low. But he's still an unknown, and Andy Dalton could win the job for at least some of the season. This feels about right for now.

23. Atlanta Falcons

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +5000 (T-No. 22)
The Atlanta Falcons offense will need to be 2016-level dominant for this team to do anything in 2021. That's actually possible considering the coach they brought in and their skill-position group, but defense is a worry.

24. Carolina Panthers

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +6500 (T-No. 24)

25. New York Giants

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +6500 (T-No. 24)

26. Las Vegas Raiders

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +6500 (T-No. 24)

27. Cincinnati Bengals

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +8000 (No. 27)

28. Jacksonville Jaguars

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +10000 (T-No. 29)

29. New York Jets

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +10000 (T-No. 29)

30. Philadelphia Eagles

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +8500 (No. 28)

31. Detroit Lions

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +15000 (No. 32)

32. Houston Texans

Odds to Win Super Bowl LVI: +13000 (No. 31)
The Houston Texans probably have the least talented roster in the NFL. The litany of questions surrounding Deshaun Watson certainly doesn't help matters. Houston will likely be picking No. 1 this time next year.


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Max Staley is not a FanDuel employee. In addition to providing DFS gameplay advice, Max Staley also participates in DFS contests on FanDuel using his personal account, username mstaley1212. While the strategies and player selections recommended in his articles are his personal views, he may deploy different strategies and player selections when entering contests with his personal account. The views expressed in their articles are the author's alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of FanDuel.

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