2023 Super Bowl Odds

August 1, 2022 by Staff

With NFL training camps in full swing and week zero of the 2022 college football season fast approaching, the excitement for football fans is becoming palpable. On the NFL side, this is a time of year when reports have everyone in the best shape of their lives and players making highlight reel plays seemingly every minute. What do 2023 Super Bowl odds say about what fan bases should be buying into the hype? Are any 2022 rookies in line to make a difference? Let’s look at three of the top online sportsbooks to see who’s favored to win Super Bowl 57.

Super Bowl Odds 2023

Below you will find the average Super Bowl 57 future odds for the ten teams with the shortest odds on DraftKings, FanDuel, and BetMGM.

Buffalo Bills +617
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +733
Kansas City Chiefs +950
Los Angeles Rams +1100
Green Bay Packers +1133
Los Angeles Chargers +1533
San Francisco 49ers +1533
Denver Broncos +1633
Dallas Cowboys +1733
Baltimore Ravens +2100

These ten teams held the shortest odds on each sportsbook with few differences. DraftKings had the Cincinnati Bengals and Indianapolis Colts tied with Baltimore at +2200. Cincinnati also had the same odds as Baltimore on both BetMGM (+2000) and FanDuel (+2100).

The Top Three Super Bowl 57 Contenders

As things currently stand in late July, the three teams with the shortest 2023 Super Bowl odds come as no surprise.

Buffalo Bills

After getting bounced by the Kansas City Chiefs in what might go down as the best divisional playoff game of all time, the Bills are the betting favorites to win Super Bowl 57. While their biggest move was adding future Hall of Famer Von Miller on defense, the Bills also drafted two young players who are expected to have immediate impacts. In the first round, Florida corner Kaiir Elam will be slotted opposite of shutdown man Tre’Davious White. Former Georgia Bulldog running back James Cook was selected in the second round and has already garnered some training camp buzz.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Bucs saw their Super Bowl 2023 odds rocket up odds boards after Tom Brady’s “retirement” lasted all of 40 days. The biggest question mark for Brady and the Bucs will be the offensive line. After losing Ali Marpet to retirement and Alex Cappa to free agency, Ryan Jensen just went down with what is feared to be a season-ending knee injury on the second day of training camp.

Kansas City Chiefs

The Chiefs' offense will certainly look different this year as Patrick Mahomes will be without Tyreek Hill for the first time in his career. Marques Valdez-Scantling was brought in from Green Bay to try and replace Hill’s speed, while JuJu Smith-Schuster gives Mahomes another weapon to use all over the field. Kansas City also used its second-round draft pick on versatile small school receiver Skyy Moore. Defensively, Washington cornerback Trent McDuffie and Purdue defensive end George Karlaftis were both drafted in the first round and will look to make immediate impacts.

The Best of the Rest

The Los Angeles Rams and Green Bay Packers are next up, as the Rams will be looking to make another deep playoff run with much of their Super Bowl 56 team intact. It’s never easy to replace one of the best talents at any position, but Aaron Rodgers certainly has a challenge ahead of him. Davante Adams headed to Las Vegas to reunite with his college quarterback and the Packers didn’t land a high-end replacement.

The Los Angeles Chargers and San Francisco 49ers have the same average odds across the three sportsbooks at +1533. The Chargers made some big-time moves in free agency similar to Buffalo, adding defensive studs Khalil Mack and J.C. Jackson. After spending their first-round pick to protect franchise quarterback Justin Herbert, the Chargers doubled down with guard Zion Johnson at 17th overall.

Denver finally solved their quarterback woes after trading for Russell Wilson and are now a popular long-shot pick to hoist the Lombardi in 2023. The Cowboys need to stay healthy if they want to make it past the divisional round, something they haven’t accomplished since the 1995-1996 season. For Baltimore, it all rides on Lamar Jackson and the rushing attack. The Ravens drafted Iowa center Tyler Linderbaum in the first and added veteran Morgan Moses to bolster the offensive line. Not to be outdone on defense, they signed free safety Marcus Williams and added strong safety Kyle Hamilton, their first first-round pick.