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Super Bowl Odds 2023

Posted: 2 days agoLast updated: an hour ago

As we prepare for another NFL Thanksgiving, it’s a good time to remind ourselves that the season is nearing the final stretch.

A cluster of top teams has started to separate from the pack, but the race for the No. 1 seed in both conferences remains too close to call.

But which team is currently favored to win Super Bowl 57? And which longshot bets should you consider making as we approach the business end of the campaign?

Here are the latest Super Bowl betting odds for the 2022-23 NFL season.

Super Bowl Betting Odds 2023

What Are The Super Bowl 57 Odds For All 32 NFL Teams?

With each passing week, we are starting to gather more data on all 32 teams to decipher the contenders and pretenders.

As we enter Week 12, which team is currently favored to win the Lombardi Trophy? And which slow-starters have some sleeper appeal moving forward?

Below are the full Super Bowl 57 odds from Caesars Sportsbook as of 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday, Nov. 22. Line movement from last week included in strikethrough text.

  • Buffalo Bills (+380)
  • Kansas City Chiefs (+500) (+450)
  • Philadelphia Eagles (+600)
  • San Francisco 49ers (+800) (+650)
  • Dallas Cowboys (+1500) (+1000)
  • Baltimore Ravens (+1300)
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+1700) (+1800)
  • Minnesota Vikings (+1100) (+1800)
  • Miami Dolphins (+1700) (+1800)
  • Cincinnati Bengals (+2800) (+2500)
  • Tennessee Titans (+2800)
  • Seattle Seahawks (+5000)
  • Los Angeles Chargers (+3400) (+5000)
  • New England Patriots (+6000)
  • New York Giants (+6000) (+8000)
  • Washington Commanders (+12000) (+10000)
  • New York Jets (+6000) (+10000)
  • Atlanta Falcons (+16000) (+15000)
  • Green Bay Packers (+7500) (+15000)
  • New Orleans Saints (+15000)
  • Las Vegas Raiders (+31000) (+20000)
  • Cleveland Browns (+12000) (+20000)
  • Los Angeles Rams (+14000) (+20000)
  • Jacksonville Jaguars (+21000) (+25000)
  • Indianapolis Colts (+24000) (+25000)
  • Detroit Lions (+39000) (+30000)
  • Arizona Cardinals (+15000) (+30000)
  • Denver Broncos (+18000) (+50000)
  • Carolina Panthers (+45000) (+75000)
  • Pittsburgh Steelers (+55000) (+75000)
  • Chicago Bears (+85000) (+100000)
  • Houston Texans (+100000) (+500000)

Super Bowl 57 Best Bet

Ravens to Win Super Bowl 57 (+1300)

The Ravens were my favorite pick to win the Super Bowl before the season began, and there is still reason for optimism. Lamar Jackson has flashed elite-level play and made strides in the passing game, even despite minimal help at receiver.

And although the defense has had its struggles, a lot of that can be blamed on early-season injuries in the secondary. At full strength, this should be one of the better units in the league and the addition of Bears linebacker Roquan Smith can help put them over the top.

John Harbaugh‘s team always has elite special teams — led by kicker Justin Tucker — and is now the betting favorite to win the AFC North. The Ravens have a really easy schedule the rest of the way, giving them a manageable path to the AFC’s No. 1 seed come season’s end.

Super Bowl 57 Favorites

Bills to Win Super Bowl 57 (+380)

The Bills have been the consensus favorite to win Super Bowl 57 since the summer, and it’s pretty easy to see why. Josh Allen has quickly become one of the top quarterbacks in football, and can change any game with his arm and his legs.

The offseason addition of Von Miller adds another element to this Buffalo defense, which was already amongst the league’s best last season. Early-season injuries in the secondary were a slight worry, but the imminent return of Tre’Davious White should erase any concerns.

Teams typically need some postseason heartbreak before making a Super Bowl run, which Buffalo seems poised to achieve after last year’s OT loss in Kansas City. And while the Bills dropped a few games in the middle of the season, there’s still plenty of time to find their best form.

Buffalo will be a favorite all season long.

Eagles to Win Super Bowl 57 (+600)

After reaching the postseason in their first year under coach Nick Sirianni, the Eagles have taken a significant step forward in 2022. The offseason trade for wide receiver A.J. Brown has accelerated Jalen Hurts‘ development in the passing game, and we already knew how dangerous he was with his legs.

Philadelphia has multiple ways to attack opposing defenses, and its own unit is a force to be reckoned with. The Eagles can apply pressure to opposing quarterbacks with their front four — which just added Robert Quinn from the Bears — and have playmakers in the secondary, like Darius Slay, who can shut down top wideouts.

While Philadelphia has looked a little shaky the last few weeks, I wouldn’t overreact. This team is built to make a legitimate run.

Super Bowl 57 Contenders

Cowboys to Win Super Bowl 57 (+1000)

The Cowboys’ season didn’t exactly start as head coach Mike McCarthy would have hoped, as Dallas fell 19-3 in its season opener to Tampa Bay and lost quarterback Dak Prescott to a fractured thumb.

However, Cooper Rush filled in his stead wonderfully, leading America’s Team to four victories. Dallas’ defense has played at an elite level and has a certifiable star in DPOY candidate Micah Parsons.

To complement that unit, the Cowboys can run the ball with an elite one-two punch in Ezekiel Elliott and Tony Pollard, who take the pressure off Prescott now that he has returned to the lineup.

The Cowboys had 18-1 odds before the season started, but this team is better than most expected.

Buccaneers to Win Super Bowl 57 (+1800)

I’ve felt comfortable backing Tom Brady and the Buccaneers all season long, despite their early-season struggles. In fact, their 3-5 start gave me another opportunity to buy in at a much more appealing price (+2500).

However, there’s still value in this number as Tampa Bay remains more than double its preseason price (+850). Sitting atop a lousy NFC South, the path to the postseason is rather straightforward. The hope is that this team will figure itself out by the time January rolls around.

The offensive line has been bad and the offense in general hasn’t hit top gear, but Brady dealt with a rotating cast of pass-catchers to start the season. If the Buccaneers can get to the playoffs with Mike EvansJulio Jones, and Chris Godwin healthy, this team is going to be a tough out.

We know that Todd Bowles‘ defense is capable of playing at an elite level, and it has done a much better job since getting healthy in the secondary. Tampa Bay boasts one of the league’s best run defenses and has held opponents under 20 points in each of its last two games.

With unproven squads in the Eagles and Cowboys leading the way, the NFC is still very much there for the taking.

Super Bowl 57 Sleepers

Bengals to Win Super Bowl 57 (+2500)

I generally want to avoid betting AFC sleepers since I feel it’s likely that one of the Bills, Chiefs, or Ravens represents the conference in the Super Bowl. However, I think there is some value in this number, especially since we know the Bengals are capable of making a run.

After a slow start to the season, Cincinnati has continued to fly under the radar. Part of that likely has to do with the absence of star wideout Ja’Marr Chase, who could return as soon as Week 12 from his hip injury. The offensive line also remains a major concern, as Joe Burrow has been one of the most sacked quarterbacks in the league this season.

Still, this team remains in the top 10 in both offense and defense DVOA, per Football Outsiders, which is generally the formula for making a Super Bowl run. At this price, the Bengals are worth a flier.

Giants to Win Super Bowl 57 (+8000)

New York entered the season with 100-1 odds to win the Super Bowl, but that number hasn’t dropped substantially enough after a strong start to the campaign.

First-year head coach Brian Daboll has reenergized this team and is getting the most out of Daniel Jones, Saquon Barkley, and a limited receiving core. Defensive coordinator Wink Martindale has sparked the defense with his blitz-heavy system, and the secondary is amongst the league’s best when healthy.

Injuries are starting to become a concern for New York, but the Giants are still in a relatively strong position to make the playoffs. As long as they do, you could hedge this big ticket down the road.

Author

John Arlia

Before joining The Game Day, John served as the National Writer for the United Soccer League, where he primarily covered the USL Championship out of the league’s headquarters in Tampa, FL. A devout soccer fan, John attended the last two men’s World Cups in Brazil and Russia and can’t wait for the 2026 edition to come to North America. Having also written for Sporting News Canada since getting his master’s from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at ASU, John has acquired a diverse sporting background, but considers football, golf, and soccer his three strong suits.

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