2023 Super Bowl Odds Tracker
Buccaneers join the party with Brady's return, sandwiched in between the Bills and Chiefs.
Super Bowl LVII Odds
Here's a look at the list of Super Bowl LVII odds for each team early on.
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+800|
|Kansas City Chiefs||+900|
|Green Bay Packers||+1100|
|Los Angeles Rams||+1200|
|San Fransisco 49ers||+1500|
|Los Angeles Chargers||+1600|
|New England Patriots||+4000|
|New Orleans Saints||+5000|
|Las Vegas Raiders||+5000|
|New York Giants||+10000|
|New York Jets||+15000|
Super Bowl LVII Odds: Team Analysis
1. Buffalo Bills (+700)
Many bettors thought the Bills 1) deserved to beat the Chiefs and 2) would have beaten both the Bengals and Rams to win the Super Bowl had they got past Kansas City. There's still a lot to like in Buffalo, with Josh Allen searching for his first Super Bowl appearance and win. Oddsmakers have them as the favorites to do so.
2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+800)
The Bucs are lucky to have Tom Brady coming back after the GOAT -- briefly -- retired. They're in the easier conference and an even easier division, so oddsmakers like them to come out of the NFC and contend for the title. With Mike Evans and Chirs Godwin back and healthy, they certainly look like the team to beat.
3. Kansas City Chiefs (+900)
Despite blowing a lead to the Bengals in the AFC Championship Game, it's no surprise to see Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs right back near the top of the board for 2023. They'll of course return their star quarterback and Travis Kelce, but the loss of Tyreek Hill could loom large.
4. Green Bay Packers (+1100)
Aaron Rodgers is back, but surprisingly, Davante Adams is not. The Packers will move on without their No. 1 receiver, but the oddsmakers still gave them the fourth-best odds to win it all.
5. Los Angeles Rams (+1200)
The defending Super Bowl champions have built their new team through trades and free agency, losing Von Miller to the Bills but bringing in the likes of Bobby Wagner and Allen Robinson. Could they be the first repeat champions since the early 2000s?
6. San Fransisco 49ers (+1500)
The 49ers had a great chance to reach another Super Bowl under Kyle Shanahan but ultimately fell short. Trey Lance is the heir apparent at quarterback, and San Fran should continue to lean on a strong running game and explosive playmakers like Deebo Samuel and George Kittle.
7. Denver Broncos (+1600)
The Broncos finally got their quarterback in Russell Wilson, making the big trade during the offseason and putting them in prime position to compete. If not for the extremely competitive AFC West division that they find themselves in, their odds would be higher.
8. Los Angeles Chargers (+1600)
Justin Herbert had an excellent season and there's lots of talent on both sides of the ball -- especially after the defense added Khalil Mack and J.C. Jackson. Again, the AFC West is the deepest division in football, but could this be the year they climb out of it?
9. Dallas Cowboys (+1800)
The Cowboys lost in the first round of the playoffs this year but should be back in the mix thanks to being in the NFC East, an explosive offense and opportunistic defense.
10. Cleveland Browns (+1800)
Last year's Browns team was supposed to contend for an AFC North title and Super Bowl, but neither happened. Odell Beckham left town, Baker Mayfield regressed, and Cleveland seems to now be behind the Bengals and Ravens in its division. But the arrival of Deshaun Watson should change all of that.
11. Cincinnati Bengals (+2200)
The Bengals didn't let Super Bowl 56 slip away, but it's hard stomach as a Cincinnati fan. You never know how many chances you'll get, especially with Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen in the same conference.
12. Baltimore Ravens (+2200)
The Ravens were riddled with injuries this season and Lamar Jackson lost his rhythm a bit after a scorching hot start. This feels like a discounted price for a team that could be right at the top of the AFC again.
13. Indianapolis Colts (+2500)
The Colts had all-but locked up a postseason appearance before losing to the Jaguars in the final week of the regular season. NFL experts love the way this roster is built, and now Matt Ryan gives them a legitimate quarterback under center.
14. Arizona Cardinals (+3000)
There's been some infighting among the Cardinals and quarterback Kyler Murray. The organization reportedly wants him to show more leadership; Murray scrubbed all references to the Cardinals from his Instagram account.
Without the star quarterback playing in Week 1, we could certainly see this number plummeting to north of +5000.
15. Tennessee Titans (+3000)
The Titans grabbed the first seed in the AFC without Derrick Henry for much of the season but faltered in the playoffs against the Bengals. They'll likely be back in the mix in a soft AFC South, but still need to prove they can beat the best teams in the AFC -- without A.J. Brown and Julio Jones -- to win a Super Bowl.
16. Miami Dolphins (+3000)
Is Tua Tagovailoa the answer? Dolphins new coach Mike McDaniel, coming over from San Fransisco, will have to find out. Brian Flores got the most out of this team down the stretch after a fluky playoff appearance in 2020. Tyreek Hill's arrival should make or break Tagovailoa's time in Miami.
17. New England Patriots (+4000)
The Pats surprised a lot of people with Mac Jones under center in his first year, but the offense sputtered down the stretch, culminating in a blowout loss to the Bills in the first round of the playoffs.
19. Minnesota Vikings (+4000)
The Vikings have a new coach -- former Rams offensive coordinator Kevin O'Connell -- and still have offensive weapons in Dalvin Cook, Justin Jefferson and Adam Thielen. Is Kirk Cousins the answer to lead them? He hasn't been thus far, but maybe another go-around will do the trick.
19. Philadelphia Eagles (+4000)
The Eagles briefly contended for the NFC East and made the playoffs in Jalen Hurts' first year as a starter, but did so by beating up on many of the worst teams in the conference. This is a pretty good value pick after the fantastic offseason Philly had, including bringing in A.J. Brown.
20. New Orleans Saints (+5000)
Sean Payton is gone, so it's a new era in New Orleans. The defense should remain strong but new coach Dennis Allen (who was promoted internally from defensive coordinator) has a lot to figure out on offense.
21. Las Vegas Raiders (+5000)
Derek Carr is back, the Raiders added Davante Adams and Chandler Jones, and they just made the playoffs last year. The AFC West is stacked, and oddsmakers have them as the runts of the litter. Does Carr have some more magic in him this season to make another run?
22. Pittsburgh Steelers (+6000)
Ben Roethlisberger has officially retired, ushering in a new era in Pittsburgh. Mitchell Trubisky gets another shot at running a team here.
23. Washington Commanders (+7000)
Washington, now the Commanders, now have Carson Wentz under center. Although he probably isn't the long-term answer (is Matt Corrall it?), he'll do for now, especially with his familiarity with the NFC East.
24. Seattle Seahawks (+3500)
Russell Wilson is gone. Meaning the Seahawks are in rebuild mode. Not much else can be done for them as presently constructed at the moment.
25. Atlanta Falcons (+10000)
The Falcons quietly ended the season on a high note, particularly on defense, but Matt Ryan is now with the Colts, and Marcus Mariota is under center. How will things turn out?
26. Carolina Panthers (+10000)
The Panthers appeared to be trending in the right direction entering this year with Matt Rhule and offensive coordinator Joe Brady running the show. But Sam Darnold didn't pan out, Cam Newton played one excellent game then turned back into a pumpkin, and Carolina has no real option under center.
27. Chicago Bears (+10000)
Most people expected the Bears to hire an offensive-minded coach in place of Matt Nagy, but Chicago went with Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus instead. They're expecting a big second-year leap from Justin Fields, who showed flashes of brilliance as a rookie.
28. New York Giants (+1000)
Brian Daboll is now the Giants coach, coming from Buffalo where he served as offensive coordinator, so New York fans are hoping some offensive improvements from Daniel Jones. The Giants, along with the Jets, have been among the worst teams in football over the past five years.
29. Jacksonville Jaguars (+12500)
The Jaguars hired former Eagles coach Doug Pederson and will hope quarterback Trevor Lawrence takes a big step forward in his second year, now that he's free from the shackles of Urban Meyer.
30. Detroit Lions (+15000)
Let's face it. The Lion are still a few seasons off from contending for a Super Bowl, even after a solid draft.
31. New York Jets (+15000)
Jets fans would have liked to see this team be more competitive in Robert Salah's first year, but there's a small percentage holding out hope that they can take a Bengals-like leap with their new franchise quarterback entering his second season and the big moves they made on the first night of the draft.
32. Houston Texans (+25000)
The Texans fought hard for coach David Culley and pulled off a few upsets in 2021, but he was shown the door in favor of ... Lovie Smith, who had been on staff as the defensive coordinator. Without Deshaun Watson, this team is a long, long way from contending for a Super Bowl.
May 25: Entering the summer months, the Bills are +700, the Bucs +800 and the Chiefs +900 for the teams with triple-digit odds. The Packers (+1100) are now ahead of the Rams (+1200), with the 49ers (+1500), Broncos (+1600) and Chargers (+1600) not far behind. The Cowboys have dropped to +1800, the same as the Browns, while the reigning AFC Champs are +2200 -- the same as Lamar Jackson's Ravens.
April 1: Tom Brady's unretirement shook up the sportsbooks, catapulting the Buccaneers from +2500 odds to +750 in a weak NFC. The Bills separated themselves from the Chiefs during this time as well after the Tyreek Hill trade, moving up to +650 while Kansas City dropped to +900. While the Rams stood pat at +1100, the Packers even things up with them there despite the Davante Adams trade to Las Vegas. The 49ers improved to +1400, while the Cowboys, Broncos and Chargers all came in at +1600.
February 13: The Chiefs and Bills started the offseason as co-favorites to win the Super Bowl at +750 odds. Oddsmakers like either to come out of the AFC and defeat whoever the NFC produces this season -- the reigning Super Bowl champion Rams came into the offseason with the best odds out of the NFC at +1100, followed by the Packers and 49ers at +1600.
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Previous Super Bowl Winners & Odds
As every sports fan knows, the favorites don't always win. That has especially been the case across the NFL over the years. The league has seen some truly great Super Bowl runs from teams not expected to be real contenders at the beginning of the season. Will 2022-23 see another surprising Super Bowl Champion, or will the favorites keep control?
|2021||Los Angeles Rams||+1400|
|2020||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+1000|
|2019||Kansas City Chiefs||+600|
|2018||New England Patriots||+600|
|2016||New England Patriots||+600|
|2014||New England Patriots||+650|
|2011||New York Giants||+2200|
|2010||Green Bay Packers||+1100|
|2009||New Orleans Saints||+2000|
|2007||New York Giants||+3000|
|2004||New England Patriots||+600|
|2003||New England Patriots||+1500|
|2002||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+1200|
|2001||New England Patriots||+6000|
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