Super Bowl 57 Odds
The odds for the Super Bowl don’t usually move much this time of year. Sportsbooks release the NFL odds and teams will see a small uptick depending on how well they did in free agency or the NFL draft. However this year there has been a lot of movement.
In what is being described as one of the biggest trades in NFL history, Russell Wilson was sent to Broncos for a king’s ransom.
The Broncos agreed to trade QB Drew Lock, TE Noah Fant, DL Shelby Harris, two first-round picks, two second-round picks, and a fifth-round selection to the Seattle Seahawks for Russell Wilson and a 2022 fourth-round pick. This trade shot the Broncos up into the top six spot to win Super Bowl 57.
Before the Wilson trade, the Broncos had +2500 odds to win the Super Bowl. That was tied for the 11th-shortest odds to win the Super Bowl with the Colts and the Chargers.
The Buffalo Bills are positioned well to make another strong run at an inaugural Superbowl title following another season of relative disappointment in 2021/22. The Bills romped home in the AFC East division and looked set for a real play-off push in the postseason. However, they couldn’t find a way past the Kansas City Chiefs in a high-scoring encounter at the end of the campaign and their Superbowl dreams were dashed.
The Bills are only a few pieces away at a ligament run for a Super Bowl. The sportsbooks have the Bills odds placed at a tempting +650, which is a great payout if you look at the top favorited from a historical point of view. Usually, the team with the best odds to win it all are in the +300 range, making this an NFL future bet people might want to get on now.
Few sides have been able to compete with the consistency shown by the Kansas City Chiefs and the Los Angeles Rams in recent years and once again, they are sure to be in the mix at Superbowl LVII. The Kansas City Chiefs lost out in the NFL Conference Championship final to the Cincinnati Bengals but their overall record throughout the campaign was superb – making them a good-looking prospect next year at +700.
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The Cincinnati Bengals were one drive away from upsetting the Rams in Super Bowl 56. They were the comeback kids of the NFL playoffs and truthfully, I’m surprised they botched that final drive. Nevertheless, they are a team on the rise and at +2000 it’s hard to go wrong with those odds. With a good draft or a couple of free-agent pickups, I could see those NFL odds spike.
Justin has been playing fantasy football since 2004, he plays in dozens of leagues in all formats and has a great understanding of what it takes to build a championship team. Justin also loves betting on games and is a life long Seahawks fan.