Todd Fuhrman predicts which NFL teams will make Super Bowl appearances in 2022 | FOX BET LIVE

Now that Super Bowl LV is set with Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers facing off for the title, the Fox Bet Live crew is looking to head to decide which NFL team has the best odds of making it to the big game in 2022. Todd Fuhrman makes the case that although the Buffalo Bills are a strong contender, next year will be Aaron Rodgers year, and that the Green Bay Packers have the best chance of making a Super Bowl appearance. Hear whether Cousin Sal, Rachel Bonnetta, and Clay Travis agree.

Cousin Sal: Aaron Rodgers isn’t going anywhere, Green Bay is his best bet | FOX BET LIVE

Aaron Rodgers is feeling uncertain about his future with the Green Bay Packers after they loss the NFC Championship to Tom Brady's Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Fox Bet Live crew discuss which teams could be a better fit for the veteran quarterback, but Cousin Sal is pretty sure Green Bay is the best place for Rodgers. Hear why he thinks Rodgers should stick with Green Bay.

Clay Travis: Brady & Bucs playing at home will have no impact in Super Bowl LV | FOX BET LIVE

Bruce Arians has said that he believes Tom Brady & Tampa Bay Buccaneers will have an advantage now that they are hosting the Kansas City Chiefs for Super Bowl LV, stating they'll be able to 'sleep in their own beds' and go about business as normal. Clay Travis makes the case that the Bucs have actually played better while on the road, and explains why he doesn't believe playing at home will be an advantage for the Bucs at all.

Todd Fuhrman: Bucs will have their hands full with Patrick Mahomes & Chiefs | FOX BET LIVE

Todd Fuhrman was big on the Buffalo Bills heading into the AFC Championship, but ultimately Josh Allen seemed cowed by the Kansas City Chiefs' defense, and Patrick Mahomes led his team to another their second Super Bowl appearance in a row. Todd breaks down why he believes the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will have their hands full with the Chiefs in 2 weeks.

Clay Travis: I trust Aaron Rodgers over Tom Brady to lead his team to a NFC Championship | FOX BET LIVE

It's a face off between the veterans as Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers travel to Green Bay to take on Aaron Rodgers' Packers for the title of NFC Championship. Clay Travis and the Fox Bet Live crew decide which of these quarterback they trust to lead their team to victory most... Aaron Rodgers, projected MVP, or Tom Brady, the G.O.A.T.

Clay Travis: Even with Patrick Mahomes, Chiefs’ offense isn’t what it was at season start | FOX BET LIVE

The AFC Championship will feature the top 2 offenses in the league as Kansas City Chiefs prepare to host the Buffalo Bills. Even with that stat, Clay Travis doesn't believe the teams will reach the combined score of 53.3. The Bills' offense has altered as the season has gone on, and even with the return of a healthy Patrick Mahomes, Clay isn't confident the Chiefs will perform as well as they have in the past either. Hear why he would take the under for the AFC Championship

Todd Fuhrman: Brady & Buccaneers will make Packers’ defense one dimensional | FOX BET LIVE

The Green Bay Packers will have their chance for revenge as they prepare to hose Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the NFC Championship. Aaron Rodgers fell to Brady earlier in the season, and while Todd Fuhrman acknowledges we may get a closer game this weekend, he is taking the Bucs to defeat the Packers and make their way to the Super Bowl. Hear Fuhrman tell the Fox Bet Live crew why he thinks Brady will end Rodgers' hopes for a Super Bowl appearance.

Todd Fuhrman predicts a strong Bucs’ defense as they face Packers for NFC Championship | FOX BET LIVE

The Green Bay Packers are hosting Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the NFC Championship, and with both teams having Top 5 scoring offenses, Green Bay at No. 1 and Tampa Bay at No. 3, Todd Fuhrman decides whether he'll lay the over or under on 51.5 point this game. Fuhrman highlights the defense on both teams, and makes a case for laying the under in the NFC Championship.