Super Bowl 58 Odds

Sam WagmanSports Content Editor
Last Updated: Sep 19, 2023

Week 2 has come and gone, and despite some ominous injury concerns, we had great games this week.

Let’s go over all of the relevant Super Bowl contenders and odds here.

Here are the latest Super Bowl 58 betting odds for the NFL’s season finale, which will occur at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Sunday, Feb. 11, 2024.

Super Bowl Betting Odds 2023-24

Keep track of the latest NFL odds for SB58 as we progress through the offseason and into the regular season:

Below are the full Super Bowl 58 odds from DraftKings Sportsbook as of 10 a.m. ET on Tuesday, September 19.

  • San Francisco 49ers (+650)
  • Kansas City Chiefs (+700)
  • Philadelphia Eagles (+750)
  • Dallas Cowboys (+750)
  • Miami Dolphins (+1300)
  • Baltimore Ravens (+1400)
  • Detroit Lions (+2000)
  • Cincinnati Bengals (+2000)
  • Cleveland Browns (+2200)
  • Jacksonville Jaguars (+2500)
  • Los Angeles Chargers (+3000)
  • New Orleans Saints (+3000)
  • Seattle Seahawks (+4000)
  • Atlanta Falcons (+4000)
  • Green Bay Packers (+5000)
  • Pittsburgh Steelers (+5500)
  • Los Angeles Rams (+7000)
  • Denver Broncos (+7000)
  • Minnesota Vikings (+7000)
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+7000)
  • New England Patriots (+7000)
  • New York Jets (+7000)
  • Tennessee Titans (+7500)
  • Washington Commanders (+7500)
  • New York Giants (+7500)
  • Las Vegas Raiders (+10000)
  • Indianapolis Colts (+13000)
  • Chicago Bears (+15000)
  • Carolina Panthers (+20000)
  • Houston Texans (+40000)
  • Arizona Cardinals (+40000)

Super Bowl 58 Best Bet

Baltimore Ravens (+1400)

Before the offseason got underway, there was a lot of pause as to whether the Ravens could truly be a Super Bowl contender this upcoming season.

Would they re-sign Lamar Jackson? How about a more pass-friendly offense? Could they surround him with enough playmakers to make this passing offense that hadn’t scared anyone a threat?

The answer to all of these questions turned out to be “yes," as the max contract deal was handed down to Jackson, they drafted a new playmaker in Zay Flowers, signed Odell Beckham Jr., and brought in former Georgia offensive coordinator Todd Monken to revolutionize this passing offense.

Given the answers that we have now, the Ravens winning the Super Bowl, even in a crowded AFC, is plausible to consider.

We originally took this play at 20/1, and I would still recommend it at 14/1.

Super Bowl 58 Favorites

Kansas City Chiefs (+700)

Similarly to last week, it’s not wise to fade Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs.

They may be figuring some things out right now, but they’ll have it all figured out once they get to the playoffs.

Philadelphia Eagles (+750)

Can the Eagles match that feat?

I think they can. Despite going from +650 to +750 since we originally took this number, I have a lot of faith in the Birds to get revenge in the big game.

Take them with confidence in a weak NFC.

Super Bowl 58 Contenders

San Francisco 49ers (+650)

The 49ers’ odds to win it all have not changed since last week when they dismantled the Pittsburgh Steelers, so we are still full steam ahead on recommending them for the Super Bowl.

Despite Brock Purdy having his first full, uneven game as a starter, the 49ers still played well against the division-rival Rams.

Cincinnati Bengals (+2000)

The Bengals arguably missed their best chance to win the Super Bowl this year, with stars Joe Burrow and Ja’Marr Chase still on their rookie deals.

Burrow received a massive contract extension minutes before Week 1 kicked off, but the Bengals fell to the Browns in their debut this season. Now Burrow is dealing with a retweak of his summer calf injury, which has fans on edge, understandably.

Remember, the Bengals started very slowly last year and then righted the ship. I’m still on board at 20/1.

Super Bowl 58 Sleeper Bets

Seattle Seahawks (+4000)

The Seahawks lost to the Rams in Week 1 but rebounded in Week 2 with a solid offensive performance in a win against the Lions.

Their number shifts back down to 40/1, but they are still my favorite longshot to take the Super Bowl this season.

Los Angeles Rams (+7000)

I know the Rams were a disaster this past season, but this number seems too big.

The NFC lacks talent and depth, especially now that Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady are no longer playing in it, and this Los Angeles squad won the Super Bowl just over two years ago.

Sean McVay‘s team was decimated by injuries in 2022, and with Matthew Stafford and Aaron Donald back, they should be able to push for a wild card spot in the weaker NFC.

Don’t forget about new talents Kyren Williams and Puka Nacua!


Sam Wagman

Sam is the Sports Content Editor for The Game Day. He has been in the sports media industry for 3 years, with stints at VegasInsider, Footballguys, and Fantasy Points. Sam specializes in fantasy football content creation and strategy as well as sports betting content strategy with an NFL and PGA focus. Originally from Philadelphia, he enjoys all Philly sports despite now living in Florida. He enjoys playing tennis, pickleball, and golf -- while constantly struggling to break 80 on the course.

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