Super Bowl Odds 2025

Last Updated: May 22, 2024

It may only be April, but it’s never too early to start looking ahead to the 2024-25 NFL season.

The dust has now somewhat settled on free agency, and teams are preparing for the upcoming NFL Draft.

Before that goes down, let’s examine the latest Super Bowl 59 betting odds and pick out some of our best bets to lift the Lombardi Trophy next season.

Super Bowl Odds

NFL odds used for these Super Bowl predictions are from Friday, April 5, and courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook.

Super Bowl 59 Best Bet

Philadelphia Eagles (+1700)

After a 10-1 start, the Eagles collapsed down the stretch of last season, losing six of their final seven games, including their Wild Card no-show against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Philadelphia GM Howie Roseman is never shy when it comes to making offseason moves, and he has retooled spectacularly in free agency to revamp a roster that reached the Super Bowl just 14 months ago.

Running back Saquon Barkley brings a new dimension to an already stacked offense, and more importantly, Bryce Huff, Devin White, and the return of CJ Gardner-Johnson should fill some holes in what was a leaky defense late in the year.

Jalen Hurts is more than capable of taking this team to the Super Bowl in the relatively less competitive NFC, making the Eagles an attractive futures bet at this price.

Super Bowl 59 Favorites

Kansas City Chiefs (+550)

Do I even need to explain this one?

The Chiefs have won back-to-back Lombardi Trophies and been to four Super Bowls in the past five seasons (winning three).

Kansas City’s defense vastly improved last season, ranking second in the league in both points (17.3) and total yards (289.8) per game allowed. The anchor of that unit, Chris Jones, returns on a five-year deal, but star corner L’Jarius Snead was traded to Tennessee this offseason.

Still, Steve Spagnoulo’s group has enough talent to compete with the league’s best, especially Patrick Mahomes and Andy Reid running the show on the other side of the ball.

The Chiefs’ offense should improve through the draft, with the wide receiver position being a likely target, especially given Rashee Rice’s off-field issues.

KC will undoubtedly have a strong chance to three-peat next season, but betting on that at this price is a slightly tougher ask.

San Francisco 49ers (+600)

The 49ers have been to four NFC Championship Games and two Super Bowls in the past five years, but Kyle Shanahan’s squad can’t get over the hump.

This season will be San Francisco’s last great opportunity to capitalize on this talented core, as quarterback Brock Purdy will be eligible for a sizable contract extension following the 2024 campaign.

Plus, Christian McCaffrey (27), Deebo Samuel (29), and George Kittle (30) aren’t getting any younger.

The Niners ran really well last season in terms of health, and Super Bowl losers rarely get back to the big game — let alone win it — so I’d be hesitant to buy in on San Francisco at 6-1 odds.

Super Bowl 59 Contenders

Baltimore Ravens (+900)

Departures have been one of the lead offseason storylines in Baltimore.

The Ravens lost high-profile defensive coordinator Mike Macdonald to the Seahawks, linebacker Patrick Queen departed for the rival Steelers in free agency, and he was followed out the door by pass-rusher Jadeveon Clowney, safety Geno Stone, and offensive linemen John Simpson and Kevin Zeitler.

Derrick Henry was a high-profile addition, but the former Titans running back is now over 30 and matched his career-low in yards per carry last year (4.2).

Lamar Jackson, again a favorite in the NFL MVP odds, ensures that Baltimore will remain in the mix, and this thunder-and-lightning rushing attack will be intriguing to watch, but the Ravens still don’t have a consistent No. 2 wideout next to Zay Flowers.

GM Eric DaCosta has some work to do in the draft to prove to me that this roster is better than the one that was the No. 1 seed in the AFC last year and lost in the conference title game.

Houston Texans (+1600)

The Texans have done exactly what a team with an elite quarterback on a rookie deal should: go all in.

Houston traded for star wideout Stefon Diggs Wednesday, giving C.J. Stroud another option to complement Nico Collins, Tank Dell, and Dalton Schultz.

It also added running back Joe Mixon from the Bengals in free agency to round out what should be a superb offense.

DeMeco Ryans’ squad hasn’t ignored the defensive side of the ball either, bringing in Danielle Hunter, Denico Autry, and Azeez Al-Shaair, among others.

After winning the AFC South and winning a home playoff game last season, the Texans are quickly becoming one of the top teams in the league.

Super Bowl 59 Sleepers

New York Jets (+2000)

The Bills and Dolphins appear to be taking slight steps back, which has created a void for the Jets in the AFC East.

New York received plenty of Super Bowl buzz last offseason by acquiring Aaron Rodgers, but his first campaign outside of Green Bay lasted just four snaps.

And although the Jets will be relying on a 40-year-old quarterback coming off a torn Achilles, it’s pretty natural that expectations will be high again.

Robert Saleh’s defense has played at a high level the last two seasons, and it just added Haason Reddick to complement Jermaine Johnson up front.

If New York’s much-maligned offense can match the level of its defense, a deep playoff run isn’t out of the question for a franchise that currently owns the longest playoff drought in the top-four major leagues (13 seasons).

Los Angeles Rams (+3500)

The Rams have orchestrated one of the more impressive reloads in recent history.

After sacrificing plenty of future draft assets to chase and ultimately win Super Bowl 56, GM Les Snead has hit on a ton of late-round picks to refresh Los Angeles’ talent pool.

Fifth-rounders Kyren Williams and Puka Nacua made massive impacts on offense last season, giving Matthew Stafford additional options to Cooper Kupp.

And while the retirement of Aaron Donald will surely be felt by this defense, Snead could look for an impact player to complement Kobie Turner in this year’s draft.

Sean McVay’s squad has enough talent and potential to warrant a look at 35-1 odds.


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 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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