- The Kansas City Chiefs are +550 favorites to win Super Bowl 58 in Las Vegas
- There are a number of intriguing longshots on the board with Aaron Rodgers and Lamar Jackson poised to join new teams
- Super Bowl 58 kicks off from Allegiant Stadium on February 11, 2024
While there are sure to be wild swings in Super Bowl 58 betting odds with free agency and the 2023 NFL Draft just around the corner, let’s take a look at the favorites to win the Lombardi Trophy next season.
Will Patrick Mahomes win his third championship in five seasons? Can Jalen Hurts get back to the big game? Before we dive in, here’s where you can find the best Super Bowl betting tips and the top betting sites for NFL football in 2023.
Super Bowl 58 (2024)
|Kansas City Chiefs||+550||+550||+540|
|San Francisco 49ers||+850||+800||+700|
|New York Jets||+2000||+2500||+2400|
|Las Vegas Raiders||+2500||+4000||+3600|
|Los Angeles Chargers||+2800||+2000||+2100|
|Los Angeles Rams||+3300||+3000||+2900|
|New Orleans Saints||+3300||+3500||+4300|
|Green Bay Packers||+4000||+2500||+2900|
|New York Giants||+4000||+4000||+4100|
|New England Patriots||+5000||+5500||+5200|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+6600||+7500||+6000|
A Chiefs dynasty?
After rebuilding on the fly last offseason, Kansas City (+550) has the money and draft capital to be even better this September. If the team lands a veteran receiver like DeAndre Hopkins or Mike Evans via the trade market, the sky is the limit.
The Bengals (+900) and Bills (+950) are once again the Chiefs’ primary competition in the AFC. Facing a tight salary cap, Sean McDermott’s club could lose linebacker Tremaine Edmunds and corner Jordan Poyer. Buffalo is also thin at receiver and along the offensive line after a series of failed draft classes. The prognosis is better for Cincinnati. They’ll find a way to keep Tee Higgins alongside Ja’Marr Chase while replacing Joe Mixon on the cheap.
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Top NFC contenders
Philadelphia (+900) has more than a heartbreaking Super Bowl loss to overcome. They have to pay Jalen Hurts and find a way to bring back key free agents such as DT Javon Hargrave and safety C.J. Gardner-Johnson. The Eagles’ also have new offensive and defensive coordinators after Shane Steichen and Jonathan Gannon were hired away as head coaches. But, on the bright side, Howie Roseman has two first-round draft picks to play with.
San Francisco (+850) has been eliminated in the NFC Championship Game the past two seasons, and lost the Lombardi Trophy to KC four years ago. Kyle Shanahan’s squad is loaded at every position, but have questions at quarterback (again!) with Trey Lance and Brock Purdy both coming off major injuries.
Best Longshots on the Board
With star QBs such as Aaron Rodgers and Lamar Jackson possibly on the move, Green Bay (+4000) and Baltimore (+2800) are now longshots. Viewed as the most likely landing spot for Mr. Darkness Retreat, the Jets’ Super Bowl odds have shot up to +2000 at some books. However, keep an eye on the Dolphins (+3400). Unable to trust Tua Tagovailoa to stay healthy, Miami is the perfect destination for the walking embodiment of the “Florida Man” meme.
Consider taking a swing at the Falcons (+7500) for the same reason. If Arthur Smith had Lamar at the controls of his potent run-first offense, Atlanta would be a top contender in a weak NFC conference.
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— The 33rd Team (@The33rdTeamFB) February 23, 2023
Others to consider
Jacksonville (+2600) should only get better in year two of the Doug Pederson – Trevor Lawrence partnership. The Jaguars added Calvin Ridley to the receiving corps and last year’s No. 1 overall pick, Travon Walker, could make a sophomore leap.
Minnesota (+4000) is still rolling with Kirk Cousins, but their defense will be amongst he most improved units in the NFL after replacing Ed Donatell with Brian Flores
Seattle (+6600) is getting no respect from oddsmakers despite proving everyone wrong last season with an improbable playoff berth. The Seahawks crushed the 2022 NFL Draft and have a pair of first round picks and two second round picks this April after fleecing Denver for Russell Wilson.
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