Super Bowl 2022-23 Futures Betting Outlook

Super Bowl 2022-23 Futures Betting Outlook

Ayden Fahlstrom
2 years ago
3 min read

Yes, we’re still a few days away from Super Bowl LVI, with the Bengals and Rams set to battle it out inside SoFi Stadium for the right to hoist the Lombardi Trophy. But in the betting community, it’s never too early to look ahead.

There are many variables that will go into the adjustments of these futures odds, so keep in mind the fluctuation that will take place throughout the offseason. Trades, free agency, retirements, and injuries will all play a role in the fluidity of the odds prior to kicking off the 2022-23 campaign.

Let’s take a look at how things currently stack up for next season.

Where do this year’s Super Bowl contenders sit?

As noted, at publishing time, the Bengals and Rams have yet to kick off. And there’s a good chance one team’s odds could change drastically based on their performance on Sunday. But as it stands now, the Rams have the third shortest odds (+1200) to win in 2023 with the Bengals coming in right behind them in fourth (+1400).

L.A. went all-in for this very reason, to be put in this position, this year. Come the offseason, they’ll be faced with free agency and cap questions that could severely affect the makeup of their roster going forward.

The Bengals, on the other hand, appear poised to remain in contention for years to come thanks to a star-studded young core led by quarterback Joe Burrow.

The Favorites

Los Angeles and Cincinnati are among the favorites, but there are two teams sitting above them that Vegas thinks a little bit higher of heading into 2023. And it just so happens that they played each other in one of the greatest playoff games ever. 

The Buffalo Bills (+700) are the runner-ups after falling in overtime in the AFC Divisional Round, with the team responsible for the ousting coming in right above them. For the third offseason in a row, the Kansas City Chiefs (+650) are the odds-on favorite to win the Super Bowl.

Of course, the Bengals pulled off the upset in the AFC Championship in miraculous comeback fashion to advance to their first title game since 1988, but as long as Patrick Mahomes is under center, they’ll inevitably be near or at the top of these lists each year.

The Longshots

Seven teams come in with odds of +10000 or longer, four of which will have new head coaches, all but one of which will be picking in the top 10 of this April’s NFL Draft. They are the Bears (+10000), Panthers (+10000), Giants (+12500), Jaguars (+15000), Texans (+20000), Lions (+20000), and Jets (+20000).

Front & Under Center

For the second offseason in a row, uncertainty at the quarterback position in several high-profile markets will play a big part in the odds movement and provide some very compelling theater. The top four current favorites are all stable at QB, but there are unknowns in Green Bay, Tampa Bay, Seattle, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, San Francisco, New Orleans, Indianapolis, Minnesota, and now even Arizona, among others.

It will be fascinating to watch how the odds are affected. Here are the rest in case your team (Browns or otherwise) didn’t crack the notables above.

  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +1400
  • San Francisco 49ers +1400
  • Green Bay Packers +1500
  • Dallas Cowboys +1800
  • Tennessee Titans +1800
  • Baltimore Ravens +2000
  • New England Patriots +2200
  • Los Angeles Chargers +2200
  • Arizona Cardinals +2500
  • Denver Broncos +2500
  • Indianapolis Colts +2500
  • Philadelphia Eagles +3000
  • New Orleans Saints +3500
  • Las Vegas Raiders +4000
  • Seattle Seahawks +4000
  • Cleveland Browns +4000 
  • Miami Dolphins +4000
  • Minnesota Vikings +5000
  • Atlanta Falcons +6000
  • Washington Commanders +6000
  • Pittsburgh Steelers +6000

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