The NFL is back with the 2021/22 season starting on Friday 10 September.
The race to the Super Bowl starts as AFC and NFC sides return to action with the eyes on making the showpiece game at the SoFi Stadium, California, on 13 February 2022.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 31–9 in Super Bowl LV, as Tom Brady claimed a a record seventh Super Bowl, breaking his own record for the oldest quarterback to win a championship at 43 years old.
The Buccaneers get the new season up and running when they face the Dallas Cowboys and a returning Dak Prescott in a fascinating first game, starting at 1.20am UK time
This season will see the NFL return to London for two games in October, with tickets now on general sale. American football is growing quickly in the UK both in terms of participation and viewing interest.
Odds to win Super Bowl LVI
- Kansas City Chiefs - 5/1
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 13/2
- Green Bay Packers, Buffalo Bills - 10/1
- Cleveland Browns, San Francisco 49ers, Baltimore Ravens, Los Angeles Rams - 14/1
- Seattle Seahawks - 18/1
- Tennessee Titans - 20/1
- Miami Dolphins, Dallas Cowboys, New Orleans Saints, Los Angeles Chargers, Indianapolis Colts - 25/1
- New England Patriots - 33/1
- Denver Broncos, Arizona Cardinals, Minnesota Vikings, Pittsburgh Steelers - 40/1
- Atlanta Falcons, Washington Football Team, Chicago Bears - 50/1
- Las Vegas Raiders, New York Giants - 66/1
- Carolina Panthers, Philadelphia Eagles - 80/1
- New York Jets, Cincinnati Bengals, Jacksonville Jaguars - 100/1
- Detroit Lions - 150/1
- Houston Texans - 250/1
Odds on regular season MVP
- Patrick Mahomes - 9/2
- Aaron Rodgers - 15/2
- Josh Allen - 12/1
- Tom Brady, Lamar Jackson - 14/1
- Matthew Stafford - 16/1
- Russell Wilson, Dak Prescott - 17/1
- Justin Herbert, Kyler Murray - 20/1
- Baker Mayfield - 22/1
- Matt Ryan - 33/1
- Carson Wentz, Ryan Tannehill - 35/1