- Kansas City (+500) is the Super Bowl 58 favorite heading into its week 10 bye
- Oddsmakers view Philadelphia (+525) and San Francisco (+550) as the class of the NFC
- Super Bowl 58 will kick off from Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, NV on Sunday, February 11, 2024
Halfway through the NFL season, the reigning champions are the favorites to hoist the Lombardi Trophy yet again. However, it’s fair to wonder if Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs really have the offensive firepower to win back-to-back titles.
Super Bowl 58 odds (2024)
|Kansas City Chiefs||+500||+500||+500|
|San Francisco 49ers||+550||+525||+525|
|Los Angeles Chargers||+4000||+4500||+4500|
|New Orleans Saints||+5000||+5500||+5500|
|New York Jets||+5000||+5000||+5000|
|Green Bay Packers||+12500||+12500||+12500|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+15000||+15000||+15000|
|Las Vegas Raiders||+20000||+20000||+20000|
|Los Angeles Rams||+20000||+20000||+20000|
|New England Patriots||+50000||+50000||+50000|
|New York Giants||+75000||+75000||+75000|
Three favorites top the list
Kansas City (+500), Philadelphia (+525) and San Francisco (+550) comprise a big three at the top of the board. At 7-2, the Chiefs are in the driver’s seat for the No. 1 seed in the AFC with only three tough matchups (Eagles, Bills, Bengals) in the back half of their schedule.
In the NFC, the Eagles have five potentially dicey games following their bye week (Chiefs, Bills, 49ers, Cowboys, Seahawks) but have built up a nice cushion at 8-1. Kyle Shanahan’s club has lost three-in-row and have upcoming contests with the Jaguars, Eagles and Ravens as well as two meetings with the division-rival Seahawks.
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Baltimore (+900) is the No. 3 team ever tracked by Aaron Schatz’s DVOA metric through nine games. In the past three weeks, the Ravens destroyed a pair of NFC contenders, Detroit and Seattle, by a combined 66 points. Lamar Jackson is also thriving in Todd Monken’s new scheme with a completion percentage above 70 and a passer rating north of 100.
While Jackson is only 1-3 in four career playoff games, this looks like his most complete team yet.
Other NFC contenders
Dallas (+1100) came close to knocking off the Eagles on Sunday, but it’s hard to back Mike McCarthy after witnessing him come up short against Philly and San Francisco on multiple occasions.
At 6-2, Detroit (+1200) has an outside shot at securing the No. 1 seed in the NFC with one of the softest second-half slates in the league. Jared Goff plays eight of his next nine games in a dome and the Saints, Cowboys and Vikings are their only remaining opponents with a playoff pulse.
How can you not love Dan Campbell? pic.twitter.com/SR5DER93u2
— Bussin’ With The Boys (@BussinWTB) October 31, 2023
Fade the AFC East?
Miami (+1100) has one of the most explosive offenses in the NFL history through its first nine games. Yet, they’ve failed all three tests (Bills, Eagles, Chiefs) against big-time teams.
At 5-4, Buffalo (+1600) may be hard-pressed to even make the postseason with second-half matchups against the Eagles, Chiefs, Cowboys and Dolphins, along with a Jets team that defeated them in the season opener.
After surviving Joe Burrow’s early-season calf injury, Cincinnati (+1200) has reeled off four-straight victories with wins over the 49ers and Bills in the past two weeks. At 5-3, Zac Taylor’s squad still faces an uphill battle to capture the AFC North, but this is a playoff-tested team that’s plenty capable of winning road games in January.
We like the Bengals over the Eagles in Super Bowl 58 in Las Vegas.
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