5 Teams With the Best Odds for Super Bowl LVIII

On February 11, 2024, Super Bowl LVIII will kick off at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada. Late-game officiating tomfoolery aside, Super Bowl LVII was a hard-fought clash of the NFL’s two best teams. With the dust from the latest edition of football’s biggest game hardly settled, lines are already out for the 58th. And not a day too soon.

Best Early Super Bowl LVIII Odds

Kansas City Chiefs (+600)

It is the hardest thing in the NFL to actually run it back and great teams have tried each and every year. As of now, the Chiefs have the best chance to hoist the Lombardi Trophy and do what no team since the 2004 and 2005 New England Patriots teams have been able to do.

The Super Bowl hangover is real (just ask the Super Bowl LVI champion Rams) but the Chiefs seem immune to all kinds of curses, superstitions, and the like. Patrick Mahomes will be back with another title under his belt. If the Chiefs manage to draft as well as they did in 2022 this year, there’s no saying how high their ceiling could be. After rattling off a few early wins, the Chiefs could rise their 2023 Super Bowl odds to around (+350) and be an overwhelming favorite.

Perhaps then Travis Kelce will stop peddling this idea that the Chiefs were underdogs and counted out.

Buffalo Bills (+700)

Not too far behind the Chiefs are the Bills who were often favorites for LVII. With playmakers like Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs, who could blame the oddsmakers?

Buffalo was flying as high as can be, but their defense seriously let them down at home against the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Divisional Round. Don’t let the viral image of Diggs and Allen put you off, this is still an extremely dangerous team and +600 odds are very attractive.

They finished 2022 with the sixth-best defense in the league but it always felt like there were issues. Remedying that will be priority number one this offseason. Either way, Buffalo is going to be something else in 2023.

San Francisco 49ers (+800)

A super team if we’ve ever seen it, the 49ers were seemingly a quarterback away all year. Between Jimmy Garoppolo, Trey Lance, Brock Purdy, and eventually Josh Johnson, the 49ers had issues.

Even then, they still were aggressive at the trade deadline by acquiring Christian McCaffrey to pair with their other Swiss army knife, Deebo Samuel. Defensively, Defensive Player of the Year Nick Bosa continues to lead the way with linebacker Fred Warner, one of the best in the game.

Realistically, if the 49ers can keep a singular quarterback healthy for 17 games, they’re golden. Remember when they were an overthrow away from winning it all over Kansas City a few years? This team is even better.

Philadelphia Eagles (+900)

All doubts surrounding Jalen Hurts are gone. Hurts is a legitimate NFL quarterback and objectively out-played Super Bowl LVII MVP Mahomes. With Hurts leading the way, the league’s best offense is due for a double-dip.

It’s very possible that these odds may get steeper over the next few months. Philly’s top defense is going to have to either pay up or replace a number of key contributors like Fletcher Cox, Robert Quinn, Javon Hargrave, James Bradberry, and Brandon Graham. As of Super Bowl LVII, the Eagles were projected to be over the cap in the new year.

Cincinnati Bengals (+900)

Finally, the fifth-best odds to win Super Bowl LVIII are the Joe Burrow/Joe Brr/Joe Sheisty-led Cincinnati Bengals. The man who proclaimed that the Bengals Super Bowl window is open for his entire career is about to get paid. Between Burrow, Ja’Marr Chase, and Tee Higgins, there’s a reason they call it Paycor Stadium (get it? Paycor, pay [their] core? Nevermind).

As of now, there are a few key free agents set to depart on the defensive side of the ball. If Lou Anarumo doesn’t get hired for the Arizona Cardinals job, the Bengals could still be in capable hands. Between D.J. Reader, Trey Hendrickson, Logan Wilson, and Chidobe Awuzie, the Bengals defense has been severely underrated.

Cincinnati was called a fluke after their Super Bowl LVI loss. They faced an uphill battle as they faced a tough first-place schedule. They met that with ten straight wins and narrowly missed another trip to the Super Bowl. Provide a little better depth on the offensive line and +900 could be an absolute steal of a bet.

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