Super Bowl 57 has come and gone, with Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs raising the Lombardi Trophy for the second time in four years.
As we begin to look ahead to the 2023-24 NFL season, one can only wonder what this Chiefs dynasty will become.
Can Kansas City become the first team to successfully defend its Super Bowl title since the New England Patriots did so in 2005?
Here are the latest Super Bowl 58 betting odds for the NFL’s season finale, which will take place at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Sunday, Feb. 11, 2024.
Super Bowl Betting Odds 2023-24
Below are the full Super Bowl 58 odds from DraftKings Sportsbook as of 11 a.m. ET on Monday, Feb. 13. Be sure to keep track of the latest NFL odds as we continue to progress through the offseason.
- Kansas City Chiefs (+600)
- Buffalo Bills (+700)
- San Francisco 49ers (+800)
- Cincinnati Bengals (+900)
- Philadelphia Eagles (+900)
- Dallas Cowboys (+1400)
- Baltimore Ravens (+2200)
- Los Angeles Chargers (+2200)
- Jacksonville Jaguars (+2800)
- New York Jets (+2800)
- Detroit Lions (+3000)
- Denver Broncos (+3000)
- Miami Dolphins (+3000)
- Green Bay Packers (+3000)
- Los Angeles Rams (+3500)
- Cleveland Browns (+4000)
- New York Giants (+4000)
- Las Vegas Raiders (+4000)
- Minnesota Vikings (+4500)
- New Orleans Saints (+5000)
- Carolina Panthers (+5500)
- Pittsburgh Steelers (+5500)
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+6000)
- New England Patriots (+6000)
- Seattle Seahawks (+7000)
- Washington Commanders (+7000)
- Tennessee Titans (+7500)
- Atlanta Falcons (+7500)
- Chicago Bears (+8000)
- Indianapolis Colts (+15000)
- Arizona Cardinals (+20000)
- Houston Texans (+20000)
Super Bowl 58 Best Bet
Ravens to Win Super Bowl 58 (+2200)
Let’s be real here, betting on the Super Bowl the day after the previous one comes with a lot of risk. There will be plenty of offseason dominoes to fall, which will continue to shape the odds until we get to September.
One of the biggest this offseason is the future of Lamar Jackson.
While negotiations don’t seem to be going particularly well and there are rumblings the Ravens could be open to a trade, I don’t see Baltimore letting go of the former MVP. I could be wrong in that assumption, and if I am, this number will probably double, but that’s the risk you take at this point of the offseason.
The Ravens had one of the league’s best defenses down the stretch of last season but ultimately couldn’t upset the Bengals in the divisional round with Tyler Huntley and a lack of playmakers.
If Jackson either signs a new deal or plays on the franchise tag and Baltimore gives him another weapon or two on the outside, this team will be a legitimate Super Bowl threat.
Super Bowl 58 Favorites
Chiefs to Win Super Bowl 58 (+600)
If you’re asking me who I would pick to win Super Bowl 58 right now, just hours removed from Super Bowl 57, I would probably pick Kansas City. However, at this price, there isn’t much value in locking up my money for the long term.
Still, it’s hard to ignore that the Chiefs have hosted five consecutive AFC Championship Games and have the best quarterback in football.
There are some offseason contract questions to address, especially when it comes to the trenches and star DT Chris Jones, but this team should be able to keep all of its key pieces in place.
All signs point to Kansas City being back in the big game this time next year.
Eagles to Win Super Bowl 58 (+900)
Can the Eagles match that feat?
Super Bowl losers have a tendency to underperform the following year, but the Bengals bucked that trend to a decent extent this season by reaching the AFC Championship Game, so there’s certainly hope Philly can go one better in an underwhelming NFC.
However, the Eagles face a number of difficult offseason decisions, including the terms of Jalen Hurts‘ impending contract extension, the future of standout corners Darius Slay and James Bradberry, and the potential retirements of center Jason Kelce and DT Fletcher Cox.
The good news for Philadelphia is it has one of the sharpest general managers in football in Howie Roseman, who made this team a contender by trading for A.J. Brown and adding Haason Reddick, amongst other moves, last offseason.
I trust Roseman to reload for 2023-24, but waiting for a few dominoes to drop before investing in this number probably makes the most sense.
Super Bowl 58 Contenders
49ers to Win Super Bowl 58 (+800)
The 49ers are favored to win the NFC per oddsmakers, but I’m keeping them in the contender’s category until we know a bit more about their quarterback situation moving forward.
GM John Lynch and head coach Kyle Shanahan have been mum on the QB1 front since San Francisco fell in the NFC Championship Game and there’s a reasonable chance the decision could come down to a training-camp competition between Trey Lance and Brock Purdy.
However, that depends on how quickly Purdy recovers from a torn UCL in his throwing elbow, an injury that typically requires a six-month timeline. The 2022 seventh-rounder made a strong case to take over as the starter down the stretch, but it’s important to remember that San Francisco invested a lot of draft capital into Lance, who will be returning from a season-ending ankle injury.
Just based on the timelines, I would guess that Lance will be the Week 1 starter come September. However, he’ll be under a lot of pressure to prove himself, especially with a relatively known entity in Purdy waiting in the wings.
Whichever quarterback the Niners eventually land on may have to carry a bit more of the load next year as this highly-praised defense retools following the departure of DC DeMeco Ryans. 2022 Defensive Player of the Year Nick Bosa will still lead a talented unit, but San Francisco’s cap crunch could see a key contributor or two move on.
I trust this GM-HC combo more than most, but this number might be a little steep for this point of the offseason.
Bengals to Win Super Bowl 58 (+900)
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 will be made one of the NFL’s highest-paid quarterbacks in the offseason, and while Chase has another year to play before becoming extension eligible, there’s no doubt that Cincy’s Super Bowl window may be slightly shorter than Burrow confidently claimed it to be in January.
However, we just saw the Chiefs raise the Lombardi Trophy with Mahomes in the midst of a 10-year, $450 million deal, so the blueprint is there for the Bengals to follow. General manager Mike Brown just has to maximize the return on other low-cost contracts.
Brown has plenty of decisions to make this offseason, with a number of pending free agents in the secondary (Jessie Bates, Vonn Bell, Eli Apple) and in key depth positions on offense (TE Hayden Hurst and RB Samaje Perine).
If I’m Cincinnati, I’m loading up for one more run before having to make a decision on Chase and fellow wideout Tee Higgins.
Super Bowl 58 Longshots
Jets to Win Super Bowl 57 (+2800)
If you’re looking for an option a bit further down the odds board, the Jets are an intriguing one. They also represent a bit of a gamble at this point, since we don’t know who their next quarterback will be.
If it’s Aaron Rodgers, this number probably climbs to 20-1 or less and the Jets become a contender in the AFC. If it’s Ryan Tannehill or Jimmy Garoppolo, this number probably drops back toward 40-1.
That’s the game you have to play at this point in the offseason.
Still, there’s no denying that the Jets have young talent in abundance. Wideout Garrett Wilson and corner Sauce Gardner just swept the Rookie of the Year awards at the NFL Honors, and running back Breece Hall would have been a contender if not for a midseason ACL tear.
Robert Saleh‘s defense also played at a championship level at times last season, which gives New York a claim that it is only a quarterback away. Offensive line help and another wideout, along with a new quarterback, would go a long way toward making the Jets a Super Bowl contender.
Rams to Win Super Bowl 57 (+3500)
I know the Rams were a disaster this past season, but this number just seems too big to me.
The NFC lacks talent and depth, especially if Rodgers and Tom Brady are no longer playing in it, and this Los Angeles squad won the Super Bowl just over 12 months ago.
Sean McVay‘s team was decimated by injuries in 2022 and will get Matthew Stafford, Cooper Kupp, and Aaron Donald back.
The lack of draft picks for this aging roster is an issue, one that will rear its ugly head soon, but there’s enough talent here to make one more run.