After a thrilling football season, that saw the Kansas City Chiefs win Super Bowl LVII, we’re already looking ahead to 2023. Down below, you’ll find the Super Bowl odds for the Feb. 12 matchup.
According to the latest Super Bowl odds from DraftKings, a $100 bet on the team with the best Super Bowl odds, the Kansas City Chiefs, at +600 odds, would feature a $600 profit if they manage to win Super Bowl LVIII.
Early look at 2024 Super Bowl odds
If you’re looking to get an idea of every NFL team’s Super Bowl odds as you prepare to make some sports bets, you’ve come to the right place.
While picking the Lombardi Trophy winner out of the 32 NFL teams can be a difficult task, depending on your loyalties, some teams can likely already be ruled out. Yet, from a betting perspective, sometimes picking a long shot early on can be a wise move. As you can see below, they don’t all offer the same betting odds.
With those lines in mind, we’ll also break down the teams whose odds present the best value heading into the 2024 season.
|Team||Super Bowl LVIII odds|
|Kansas City Chiefs||+600|
|San Francisco 49ers||+800|
|Los Angeles Chargers||+2200|
|New York Jets||+2800|
|Green Bay Packers||+3000|
|Los Angeles Rams||+3500|
|New York Giants||+4000|
|Las Vegas Raiders||+4000|
|New Orleans Saints||+5000|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+6000|
|New England Patriots||+6000|
Related: 2023 NFL power rankings
Playing a favorite: Buffalo Bills (+700)
There are several teams who could be considered 2024 Super Bowl favorites, from the Chiefs, Bills, 49ers, and Eagles. While it’s hard to go against teams who have already proven they can reach the Super Bowl, what about a team that continues to reach it’s doorstep but remains as motivated as ever to get over the hump?
We’re taking Buffalo in this case. While the Bills could be set to lose two key defenders with Pro Bowl linebacker Tremaine Edmunds and All-Pro safety Jordan Poyer hitting unrestricted free agency, they will still have Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs, and Von Miller, who are the staples of this organization.
Plus, their experienced coaching staff returns, including both coordinators who led top-five units. It’s hard not to imagine the Bills being a top threat once again next season, especially with Miller eventually set to return from his torn ACL.
Placing your wager on an ascending contender: Los Angeles Chargers (+2200)
The Chargers have the benefit of having one of the best young quarterbacks in football, and he’s yet to receive his second NFL contract, which means they have more cap flexibility than most teams. Yet, starting the offseason already over the cap likely means they won’t be adding talent via the free agency market as we saw a season ago.
Instead, don’t be surprised if the Chargers try to be aggressive, either trading up in the draft or even targeting a win-now piece or two with other players available on the trade block. No matter what, the Chargers already have a strong core filled with young impact players on both sides of the ball, led by Herbert, Joey Bosa, and Derwin James
Super Bowl odds – Betting on a deep sleeper: Miami Dolphins (+3000)
Early on, the Miami Dolphins appeared to be one of the best teams in the NFL, getting out to an 8-3 record while averaging a robust 25.6 points per game. But perpetual concussion issues for Tua Tagovailoa derailed Miami’s season in coach Mike McDaniel’s first year at the helm.
As long as Tagovailoa returns to his Pro Bowl self in 2023, we like this team to bounce back strongly. We’re not saying the Miami Dolphins are our 2024 Super Bowl pick, but when glancing at the teams facing the longest odds, we like where they sit.
Pick to avoid: Indianapolis Colts (+15000)
Not only are the Indianapolis Colts without a franchise quarterback, they are also poised to hire an inexperienced head coach to pair with what may be a young signal-caller in 2023. While these moves may end up paying off in the long run, they won’t get the Colts their franchise’s third Super Bowl victory.
We’ll see what moves Indianapolis ends up making, but we’ll even take the Houston Texans and Chicago Bears’ ability to improve their roster via draft and free agency over the Colts’ draft capital and cap space this offseason.