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NFL Super Bowl 57 Odds

NFL odds for the 2022-23 Super Bowl changed throughout the offseason and they will change weekly during the season, too. Who are the Super Bowl favorites? Check out the latest odds to win Super Bowl 57 from top sports betting apps.

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2023 Super Bowl Odds Movements

Bookies.com is following the major odds movements for the Super Bowl. There has already been a considerable shift in odds and personnel in the early weeks of the season.

Ten teams began the 2022-23 season with a new head coach. Some big-name QBs shifted teams, as well. Among the QB moves: Russell Wilson to Denver; Matt Ryan to Indianapolis; Mitchell Trubisky to Pittsburgh; Carson Wentz to Washington; Marcus Mariota to Atlanta; Deshaun Watson to Cleveland; Baker Mayfield to Carolina; and Drew Lock to Seattle.

  • 09/20/22: The Eagles (+1200) are now tied for the fourth-best odds (with the Packers) to win the Super Bowl after blowing out the Vikings on Monday Night Football. Jalen Hurts is playing like an early MVP candidate, which has caused a massive spike in Eagles’ Super Bowl odds. Philadelphia entered the season at +2200 to win the Super Bowl and was at +1600 after Week 1. Only the Buccaneers (+700), Chiefs (+650) and Bills (+450) have better Super Bowl odds than Philadelphia. The Bills routed the Titans on Monday Night Football, but their Super Bowl odds remain largely unchanged from Week 1.

  • 09/19/22: The 49ers’ Super Bowl odds improve from +2200 to +2000 after losing starting QB Trey Lance to a severe ankle injury that will end his season. Sportsbooks clearly feel the Niners have a better shot with Jimmy Garappolo under center. Meanwhile, the Ravens odds dipped a bit from +1700 to +1800 after blowing a three-touchdown lead in a shocking home loss to the Dolphins (now +2000 vs. +3000 after Week 1). The Dolphins are tied with the 49ers for the 11th-best odds to win Super Bowl 57. Elsewhere, the Chiefs' impressive first two weeks have caused Kansas City’s Super Bowl odds to jump to +650 versus +1000 heading into Week 1.
  • 09/12/22: The Bills made a statement in Week 1, dismantling the defending champions in their own backyard. Buffalo's price went from +550 to +500 following the game. Elsewhere, the Packers were thumped by their NFC North rival Vikings, sending Green Bay's odds from +1000 to +1300.
  • 09/6/22: NFL Week 1 is here and the Bills remain the Super Bowl 57 odds favorites at +550. Their price has shortened slightly (from +600) ahead of their season opener at the Super Bowl champion Rams. Elsewhere, the Eagles have jumped up from +2800 to +2200 after the Cowboys' star LT Tyron Smith was ruled out until December with a knee injury.
  • 08/1/22: Browns QB Deshaun Watson receives a six-game suspsension, which is a much shorter ban than many expected. As a result, the Browns' Super Bowl odds improved at BetMGM, going from +3000 (30-1) to +2000 (20-1). Cleveland's odds to win the AFC improved as well (from +1600 to +1100).
  • 07/20/22: NFL training camps are starting to open across the nation. The Browns unloaded Baker Mayfield to the Carolina Panthers, where he will compete with Sam Darnold for the QB1 job. And Tampa Bay TE Rob Gronkowski announced his second retirement. New coaches and new QBs will the main storyline for the next month, along with some unexpected but long-term injuries. Prices should remain static, barring such an injury, until Week 1. The NFL has yet to decide on the long-term fate of Cleveland QB Deshaun Watson.
  • 05/24/22: The Bills have emerged as clear but tight favorites to win their first Super Bowl. After signing Von Miller during free agency, the Bills bolstered their defense even further in the draft. The Buccaneers changed head coaches after Brady's return, as Bruce Arians "retired" and was replaced by Todd Bowles. They have yet to get a final word from TE Rob Gronkowski, who is expected to return. Expect these odds to hold firm until the start of training camp. Unfortunately, some teams will see their prices shift with injuries.
  • 03/25/22: The odds to win Super Bowl 57 have been in flux since the Los Angeles Rams walked off the field at SoFi Stadium with the Lombardi Trophy. The Buffalo Bills have remained among the favorites to win Super Bowl 57 at +750. Several teams have sat close to them in the top spot. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers saw their price soar from +5000 to +750 after Tom Brady announced his decision to return for a 23rd season after what turned out to be a 40-day retirement. The Kansas City Chiefs (+1000) and Green Bay Packers (+1000) remain in the second tier of Super Bowl hopefuls, followed tightly by the Rams (+1200), Chargers (+1400), San Francisco 49ers (+1600) and re-tooled Denver Broncos (+1600).

The Favorites

Buffalo Bills, +450: The Bills have won their first two games by a combined score of 72-17 after a 41-7 route of the Titans on Monday Night Football. Josh Allen (T-1st with 7 TDs) and Stefon Diggs (4 TDs) have looked unstoppable and Von Miller's presence has boosted an already good defense. How low will their odds go?

Tampa Bay Buccaneers, +700: The Bucs’ Super Bowl odds have remained static at +700 despite a 2-0 start that includes a gutsy win over the Saints, which came despite several injuries along their offensive line and receiving corps.

Kansas City Chiefs, +650: The Chiefs’ Super Bowl odds are now lower than what they opened at in May (+700) after back-to-back impressive wins, which have come in two very different fashions. Kansas City blew out Arizona, 44-21, in Week 1, then rallied for a 27-24 win over Justin Herbert and the Chargers. Patrick Mahomes is tied for the league lead with 7 TD passes and has yet to throw an interception. Tyreek who?

Philadelphia Eagles +1200 The Eagles’ Super Bowl odds have skyrocketed after they opened at +4000 in May. Part of that is the Cowboys’ issues, but part of it is their strong start. They moved from +2200 to +1600 after their Week 1 win over Detroit and are now +1200 after an easy win over the Vikings on Monday Night Football.

Green Bay Packers, +1400: The Packers rebounded from a terrible Week 1 showing by blowing out the Bears on Sunday Night Football. You don’t get credit for beating bad teams when it comes to Super Bowl odds, however. They need to show more before they get back to their pre-Week 1 odds of +1000.

Los Angeles Rams, +1400 : The Rams bounced back after a blowout loss on opening night, sort of. The defense still has major questions after allowing the Falcons to come back before hanging on for a 31-27 win. Los Angeles has allowed 58 points in its first two games.

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The Contenders

Los Angeles Chargers, +1600: The Chargers did nothing on the field Thursday night to make their Super Bowl odds fall from +1300 to +1600. This move is all about the health of QB Justin Herbert, who was so injured in that loss to the Chiefs that he opted to throw away a pass on 3rd-and-1 instead of running for an easy first down. Herbert is day-to-day with with a fracture to his rib cartilage.

Baltimore Ravens, +1800: The Ravens odds dipped slightly (+1700 after Week 1) after a stunning loss to the Dolphins. On the bright side, Lamar Jackson and the offense looked much better against a very good Dolphins defense. The Baltimore defense? They’re moving on to New England.

Denver Broncos, +2200: What is going on in Denver? Russell Wilson looked very mediocre against the Texans in Week 2 and first-year coach Nathaniel Hackett appears to be in way over his head. The Broncos’ Super Bowl odds have suffered (down from +1800 after Week 1) as a result. Denver looks like anything but the Super Bowl darkhorse it masqueraded as this summer.

Super Bowl Odds 2023: Opening Odds vs Current

The Buffalo Bills and Tampa Bay Buccaneers opened as near co-favorites to win Super Bowl 57, but the Bills have now edged in front. Here is how the odds on all 32 NFL teams to win Super Bowl 57 have moved from when they opened the day after Super Bowl 56 to now. Teams are listed by their best available value price according to a Bookies.com consensus of available odds at time of publication.

TeamOpening OddsPre-Week 2 OddsCurrent Odds
Buffalo Bills+750+550+450
Kansas City Chiefs+700+1000+650
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+1800+700+700
Philadelphia Eagles+4000+2200+1200
Green Bay Packers+1500+1000+1200
Los Angeles Rams+1000+1200+1500
Los Angeles Chargers+2500+1400+1600
Baltimore Ravens+2000+2000+1800
Minnesota Vikings+3000+3500+2000
San Francisco 49ers+1400+1600+2000
Miami Dolphins+4000+4000+2000
Denver Broncos+2800+1800+2200
Cincinnati Bengals+1400+2000+3000
Dallas Cowboys+1600+2200+4000
New Orleans Saints+3500+4000+4000
Arizona Cardinals+2500+4000+4000
Indianapolis Colts+2500+2500+4000
Tennessee Titans+2000+4000+5000
Las Vegas Raiders+5000+4000+5000
New England Patriots+2500+5000+6600
Cleveland Browns+4000+5000+6600
New York Giants+10000+12500+6600
Pittsburgh Steelers+6000+9000+8000
Jacksonville Jaguars+12500+12500+10000
Detroit Lions+15000+15000+10000
Washington Commanders+6000+7000+10000
Chicago Bears+8000+15000+12500
New York Jets+20000+12500+20000
Carolina Panthers+7000+12500+30000
Seattle Seahawks+4000+15000+40000
Houston Texans+20000+25000+40000
Atlanta Falcons+6000+20000+50000

Odds updated September 20, 2022


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Past Super Bowl Winners

Super Bowl Winner Loser Final Score
56 Los Angeles Rams Cincinnati Bengals 23-20
55 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Kansas City Chiefs 31-9
54 Kansas City Chiefs San Francisco 49ers 31-20
53 New England Patriots Los Angeles Rams 13-3
52 Philadelphia Eagles New England Patriots 41-33
51 New England Patriots Atlanta Falcons 34-28
50 Denver Broncos Carolina Panthers 24-10
49 New England Patriots Seattle Seahawks 28-24
48 Seattle Seahawks Denver Broncos 43-8
47 Baltimore Ravens San Francisco 49ers 34-31
46 New York Giants New England Patriots 21-17

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Super Bowl Championships and Appearances Per Team

Team Super Bowl Championships SB Appearances Last SB Championship Last SB Appearance
New England Patriots 6 11 Super Bowl 53 Super Bowl 53
Pittsburgh Steelers 6 8 Super Bowl 43 Super Bowl 45
Dallas Cowboys 5 8 Super Bowl 30 Super Bowl 30
San Francisco 49ers 5 7 Super Bowl 29 Super Bowl 54
Green Bay Packers 4 5 Super Bowl 45 Super Bowl 41
New York Giants 4 5 Super Bowl 46 Super Bowl 46
Denver Broncos 3 8 Super Bowl 50 Super Bowl 50
Washington 3 5 Super Bowl 26 Super Bowl 26
Las Vegas Raiders 3 5 Super Bowl 18 Super Bowl 37
Miami Dolphins 2 5 Super Bowl 8 Super Bowl 19
Indianapolis Colts 2 4 Super Bowl 41 Super Bowl 44
Kansas City Chiefs 2 4 Super Bowl 54 Super Bowl 55
Baltimore Ravens 2 2 Super Bowl 42 Super Bowl 42
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2 2 Super Bowl 55 Super Bowl 55
Los Angeles Rams 2 5 Super Bowl 56 Super Bowl 56
Seattle Seahawks 1 3 Super Bowl 48 Super Bowl 49
Philadelphia Eagles 1 3 Super Bowl 52 Super Bowl 52
Chicago Bears 1 2 Super Bowl 20 Super Bowl 46
New York Jets 1 1 Super Bowl 3 Super Bowl 3
New Orleans Saints 1 1 Super Bowl 44 Super Bowl 44
Buffalo Bills 0 4 N/A Super Bowl 28
Minnesota Vikings 0 4 N/A Super Bowl 11
Atlanta Falcons 0 2 N/A Super Bowl 51
Carolina Panthers 0 2 N/A Super Bowl 50
Cincinnati Bengals 0 3 N/A Super Bowl 56
Arizona Cardinals 0 1 N/A Super Bowl 43
Los Angeles Chargers 0 1 N/A Super Bowl 29
Tennessee Titans 0 1 N/A Super Bowl 34
Cleveland Browns 0 0 N/A N/A
Detroit Lions 0 0 N/A N/A
Houston Texans 0 0 N/A N/A
Jacksonville Jaguars 0 0 N/A N/A

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Teams Without a Super Bowl

Twelve teams have made it to the Super Bowl but never won. Here's how close they have come, listed with the number of seasons in existence since the Super Bowl began.

Team Seasons Super Bowl Appearances Memorable Loss
Arizona Cardinals 57 1 Lost 27-23 to PIT in Super Bowl 43
Atlanta Falcons 57 2 Lost 34-28 in OT to NE in Super Bowl 51
Buffalo Bills 57 4 Missed Game-Winning FG to lose 20-19 to NYG in Super Bowl 25
Cleveland Browns 57 0 Lost 23-20 in 1986 AFC Champ to DEN – “The Drive”
Detroit Lions 57 0 Lost 41-10 in their only NFC Champ game
Los Angeles Chargers 57 1 Lost 49-26 to SF in Super Bowl 29
Minnesota Vikings 57 4 Lost 16-6 to PIT in Super Bowl 9
Tennessee Titans (Oilers) 57 1 Lost 23-16 to STL in Super Bowl 34
Cincinnati Bengals 56 3 Lost 23-20 to LAR in Super Bowl 56
Carolina Panthers 27 2 Lost 32-29 to NE in Super Bowl 38 on a last-second FG
Jacksonville Jaguars 27 0 Lost 24-20 to NE in 2017 AFC Champ game
Houston Texans 21 0 Lost 20-13 to BAL in 2011 AFC Divisional Round

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How To Bet Super Bowl Futures

Super Bowl futures are the most popular NFL futures bet. Every team is available to bet on at all US sportsbooks from the end of the last Super Bowl until they’re officially eliminated from playoff consideration or lose in the postseason. Odds shift week-to-week for futures bets during the season, too. There is opportunity to find value on a team that loses three in a row, for example, if you have confidence they’ll be there in the end.

To bet on Super Bowl futures, head over to your favorite online sportsbook , go to the NFL tab and go to futures bets. Find the team you want to back in Super Bowl betting odds, click on them, determine the amount of your wager and lock it in. Futures odds shift dramatically in the postseason. As teams are eliminated from the NFL Playoffs, for example, the Super Bowl odds drop for most of the remaining teams in contention.

When it comes to NFL Super Bowl futures, favorites are usually there in the end. Seven of the last eight champions have had preseason odds posted at +900 or lower. The lone exception: The 2017 Philadelphia Eagles were +4000 in the preseason before taking home their first-ever Lombardi Trophy.

Super Bowl Odds: Best Sportsbooks Bonuses

Sportsbooks know new bettors are often drawn to big events, and none are bigger in the US than the Super Bowl. The best Super Bowl betting sites which include BetMGM, offer huge signup promotions geared toward signing up new players in the days leading up to the big game as well as odds on hundreds upon hundreds of prop bets.

A typical BetMGM promo for a new customer might be: Bet $1 to win $100 if a point is scored in the Super Bowl. A FanDuel promo might be some kind of risk-free bet, and a DraftKings promo could be odds boosts on a specific player to win Super Bowl MVP.

In addition to hundreds of betting choices, welcome offers and Super Bowl promotions, DraftKings and FanDuel will also typically offer bettors in non-legal states free pools as well as fantasy games to keep them engaged in the Super Bowl.

NFL Super Bowl Odds: Other Types of Bets

Every sports betting site have Super Bowl spread odds as well as moneyline and over-under lines. But that is just the beginning. It's important to know what bets are available before making your NFL picks.

Moneyline Bet

Moneyline bets involve picking one team to beat the other without any point spread. You’re simply picking a winner with one other clear difference compared to Super Bowl spread betting: The favored team always has lower odds; while the risk is lower, so is the potential payout. Conversely, there is more risk but more reward, in picking an underdog to win the Super Bowl.

Say the Green Bay Packers are favored over the Las Vegas Raiders. While the point spread odds may have Green Bay -3.5, moneyline odds may label it as -150. Moneyline odds are based on a $100 bet. In this instance, it would take a $150 bet to win $100 in profit. On the flip side, the underdog Raiders may have odds at +130. So, a $100 bet would win you $130 in profit.

Point Spread Bet

A Super Bowl point spread helps even the gap between the favorite and the underdog. Let’s say the Tampa Bay Buccaneers would be the favored team if the Denver Broncos and Philadelphia Eagles are playing in the Super Bowl. Sportsbooks will put a point spread on the game, giving the underdog Broncos points to help even the odds. If the Eagles were favored by six points, the odds would indicate that in this way:

  • Eagles -6 (-110)
  • Broncos +6 (-110)

With this Super Bowl betting line, both teams can be wagered on at -110 odds, in which a $110 ticket brings $100 in profit. Why are most “even” lines posted at -110? The vigorish, or juice, is a backend commission by sportsbooks. It provides a house edge: If each side is evenly played, sports betting sites still make money off the juice.

Total (over/under) Bet

The total on a game, commonly referred as the Over/Under bet, typically involves betting on the total points scored in game. Sportsbooks will offer a number, and you simply take Over or Under that number, usually at odds around -110.

For example, a Super Bowl over-under total on the big game might be posted at 48. Simply, you would make your pick based on where the combined points of both teams would be over or under that mark.

Player Prop Bet

Player props bets have become some of the more popular bets in part because they don’t rely on the actual outcome of the game itself. These include passing yards by a QB and total touchdowns by a player.

Quarterbacks are always a popular player Super Bowl prop option. Tom Brady may have player props for total yards (305.5, for example) or total touchdowns (1.5 and 2.5 are common lines). Bettors simply pick over or under their sportsbook’s posted lines and enjoy the game.

Super Bowl MVP

Just as the NFL season has a Most Valuable Player, the Super Bowl MVP is also awarded to the individual who has a standout effort. Nearly every instance it’s given to someone on the winning team, usually an offensive player. Payouts are often higher on Super Bowl MVP odds due to the number of players in the mix at kickoff. For example, Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Tom Brady won Super Bowl 55 MVP honors at +200 odds (a $100 bet brought in $200 in profit).

Teaser Bet

Teaser bets include betting on two or more lines, like a parlay, but with the added freedom of altering the point spread. The odds shift with the spread movements, but teasers can be a way to make parlays more likely to win, albeit at a lower payout.

Live Bets

Live betting – the ability to lay a wager on a game as it’s unfolding – has exploded in popularity, especially with so many terrific sports betting apps at bettors' fingertips. Lines move as the Super Bowl unfolds. If an underdog jumps out to an early lead, the live Super Bowl spreads offered will change in real time. You can jump on a side based on the updated line at virtually all NFL betting sites.

Alternate Lines

All NFL sportsbooks offer a point spread line at roughly -110 odds. But just about all of them offer alternate lines with increased or decreased odds, called alternate lines.

Say the Seattle Seahawks are favored to win the Super Bowl by 4.5 points over the Miami Dolphins, but you are confident they’ll win by double-figures. You can use alternate lines to bet on the Seahawks -9, for example, and get great odds, increasing your profit on a winning ticket.

Where to Bet Legally on the Super Bowl?

Dozens of states have taken the opportunity to allow legal sports betting within its borders since the U.S. Supreme Court ruling expanded the ability to legalize it across the nation in May 2018. Most of them now have full sports betting at both sports betting sites as well as land-based sportsbooks. Several other states have legislation in the works with the hopes of adding sports betting in the near future.

State Law Passed? Launch Date Mobile Launch
Arizona Sports Betting Yes September 2021 September 2021
Arkansas Sports Betting Yes July 2019 NA
Colorado Sports Betting Yes May 2020 May 2020
Connecticut Sports Betting Yes October 2021 October 2021
Delaware Sports Betting Yes June 2018 Pending
Florida Sports Betting * Pending Pending
Illinois Sports Betting Yes March 2020 August 2020
Indiana Sports Betting Yes September 2019 October 2019
Iowa Sports Betting Yes August 2019 August 2019
Kansas Sports Betting Yes Fall 2022 Fall 2022
Louisiana Sports Betting Yes November 2021 January 2022
Massachusetts Sports Betting Yes Fall/Winter 2022 Fall/Winter 2022
Maryland Sports Betting Yes Pending Pending
Michigan Sports Betting Yes March 2020 January 2021
Mississippi Sports Betting Yes August 2018 August 2018
Montana Sports Betting Yes March 2020 March 2020
New Hampshire Sports Betting Yes August 2020 December 2019
New Jersey Sports Betting Yes June 2018 August 2018
New Mexico Sports Betting No October 2018 NA
Nevada Sports Betting Yes 1949 2010
New York Sports Betting Yes July 2019 January 2022
North Carolina Sports Betting Yes March 2021 NA
Ohio Sports Betting Yes January, 1, 2023 January 1, 2023
Oregon Sports Betting No August 2019 October 2019
Pennsylvania Sports Betting Yes November 2018 May 2019
Rhode Island Sports Betting Yes November 2018 September 2019
South Dakota Sports Betting Yes Pending NA
Tennessee Sports Betting Yes November 2020 November 2020
Virginia Sports Betting Yes January 2021 January 2021
Washington, D.C. Sports Betting Yes May 2020 August 2020
West Virginia Sports Betting Yes August 2018 August 2019
Wyoming Sports Betting Yes Pending Pending

* - A federal judge threw out the gaming compact that allowed sports betting in Florida on Nov. 22. Its fate is uncertain moving forward.

An additional four states have passed legislation to offer retail or sports betting online, but the official launch is still pending.

NFL Super Bowl Odds FAQs

When will the Super Bowl 57 kick off?

Super Bowl 57 will be played Sunday, Feb. 12, 2023, at State Farm Stadium in Arizona, home to the Arizona Cardinals. Kickoff is slated for about 6:30 p.m. ET and it will be broadcast on FOX.

Who is favored to win the 2023 Super Bowl?

The Buffalo Bills are favorites to win Super Bowl according to the latest Bookies.com consensus. They are as high as +400 at DraftKings. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are the favorite to reach the Super Bowl from the NFC. They as high as +750 at the same site.

Can I bet on Super Bowl futures?

Absolutely. As soon as one Super Bowl is finished, Super Bowl futures are available for the next year’s installment. Futures betting involves wagers on things such as championship teams, Most Valuable Players and other end-of-season awards – in other words, outcomes to be decided in the future. These NFL odds are available year-round.

What are the odds on the Super Bowl?

The Buffalo Bills currently hold the lowest odds to win Super Bowl 57 at +400 at DraftKings. Their best price is +500 at PointsBet.

Where can I bet on the Super Bowl?

Super Bowl betting is available at every legal online sportsbook, no matter where you live. Among the states with live and legal mobile sports betting: Arizona; New Jersey; Pennsylvania; New York; Colorado; Tennessee; and Illinois. Sportsbooks, both online and brick-and-mortar, reveal Super Bowl betting odds as soon as the NFC and AFC Championship Games conclude. Anyone can bet on Super Bowl futures during the season and offseason if they are in a state with legal sports betting.

What types of bets can I make for Super Bowl 57?

The swath of available wagering options is seemingly limitless for the Super Bowl. It begins with picks against the spread, Super Bowl moneyline and Over/Under odds, but expands out into player props, team props and other assorted bets only available for Super Bowl Sunday. Live, in-game betting, is readily available.

What number is Super Bowl 2022-23?

This will be Super Bowl 57. The first Super Bowl was played on Jan. 15, 1967, between the Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs. Green Bay won 35-10.

Which NFL team has the most Super Bowl wins?

The New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers have each won a record six Super Bowls. All the Patriots wins were helmed by quarterback Tom Brady and coach Bill Belichick.

Who won the 2022 Super Bowl?

The Los Angeles Rams beat the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20 at SoFi Stadium. The Rams were the second straight team to win the Super Bowl on their home field, following the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Rams WR Cooper Kupp caught 8 passes for 92 yards and a pair of TDs. He was named game MVP.