Updated Super Bowl Odds
One of the most popular off-season NFL future bets is predicting who is going to win the Super Bowl. It’s the ultimate fan-favorite bet because if it happens, it enhances the experience and becomes a reward for the end of the season. There are numerous betting promotions for the Super Bowl, some are signup bonuses, while others involve amazing payouts. With Fantasy Football in a comfortable mid-season form, I thought I’d revisit the latest odds for those looking to get in on the NFL post-season.
Looking Back: Super Bowl Odds Aug 30th
- Kansas City Chiefs +600
- Philadelphia Eagles +650
- Buffalo Bills +900
- San Francisco 49ers +1000
- Cincinnati Bengals +1000
- Dallas Cowboys +1400
- New York Jets +1600
- Baltimore Ravens +1800
- Detroit Lions +2200
- LA Chargers +2500
- Miami Dolphins +2500
- Seattle Seahawks +3000
- Jacksonville Jaguars +3000
- New Orleans Saints +3000
- Cleveland Browns +3500
My Thoughts & Observations
From +600 to +400
Patrick Mahomes threw for more than 400 yards and four touchdowns when the Chiefs faced the Chargers in Week 7. The game was considerably more one-sided than the box score indicated, and the Chiefs appeared to be in the running for a playoff spot as a result of Mahomes’ performance. Because Kansas City is still one of just two teams in the league to have a perfect record (6-1), and because it boasts one of the top defenses in the game, which can help bail out the offense when it falters on occasion, you should expect the Chiefs dynasty to continue long into the postseason.
From +2500 to +1000
The Dolphins might be the one team fans will be kicking themselves about. The pre-season odds were 25 to 1, and now they are just 10 to 1.
However, even though Miami is now in first place in the AFC East, the Dolphins’ most recent victories have come against teams who are considered to be below average. When the Dolphins’ offensive line is devastated, it limits explosive run plays and forces Tua Tagovailoa to drop back in obvious passing situations, which increases the likelihood that the team won’t be able to be a contender this season. Losses on the road against Buffalo and Philadelphia could be an indication of this.
The Vic Fangio defense has the necessary pieces, but until they figure out what they’re supposed to be doing, it’s possible that Miami could be in the hunt for a Wild Card by the time the regular season comes to a close.
From +650 to +600
The Philadelphia Eagles are the only other club in the NFL to have a record of 6-1 through seven weeks. Jalen Hurts and A.J. Brown continue to be the driving forces behind the Eagles’ success. A statement win over Miami in prime time established that the pass defense is capable of containing the league’s top passing attack, despite the fact that it hasn’t been pretty every week. The Philadelphia Eagles are once again in the running for a championship in 2023 as a result of their superior play in the trenches on both sides of the line of scrimmage.
Fans weren’t thrilled with how this team was playing to start the year due to having a new offensive and defensive coordinator, but all things considered, their odds haven’t shifted much and are still a good Super Bowl Bet.
From +1000 to +550
For the time being, San Francisco’s position has slipped in Super Bowl odds after a pair of consecutive losses on the road to Cleveland and Minnesota. Nick Bosa has not yet demonstrated any worth from the enormous contract extension he signed during the winter, and the loss of Deebo Samuel has unquestionably had an effect on the way opponents stop San Francisco’s West Coast style.
In Week 8, the 49ers will play at home against the Cincinnati Bengals, who are coming off a bye week. Then, in Week 9, the 49ers will have their own bye week, so we’ll get to see if they can recover from the regular season setbacks they’ve had.
If 49ers drop another game, they may return to +1000, and could be a second chance for any fans that their just in a funk and will still go all the way.
James is a diehard fantasy football fan who has been playing for over 20 years. He doesn’t have a favorite team, mainly from moving around a lot when he was a kid. This has to lead to many fantasy championships as James drafts with his head, not with his heart. James also plays heavily in Dynasty Football and loves DFS and Picking games. He’s excited to see where he can go writing for Gridiron Experts