Way Too Early Super Bowl 59 NFL Betting Odds

17 Feb 24
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Way Too Early Super Bowl 59 NFL Betting Odds

The 2023 NFL season concluded in probably the most predictable way possible last week: with Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs taking home yet another Lombardi Trophy. They have now reached the AFC Championship in six straight years and have won three Super Bowls in the last five seasons. Want to take a wild guess which team has the shortest odds in the Super Bowl 59 outright betting markets? Well, you’re wrong, because the San Francisco 49ers are actually the very early favorites to win Super Bowl 59 according to the top NFL betting sites and betting apps.


  • 49ers have the shortest odds to win next year’s Super Bowl at +500
  • Chiefs are not far behind with +650 odds to complete the three-peat
  • Lions, Bengals, Chargers are all decent dark horse candidates
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Super Bowl 59 Way Too Early NFL Betting Odds

All odds provided by Sports Interaction unless otherwise stated.

San Francisco 49ers+500
Kansas City Chiefs+650
Baltimore Ravens+850
Buffalo Bills+1,200
Detroit Lions+1,200
Cincinnati Bengals+1,400
Dallas Cowboys+1,600
Philadelphia Eagles+1,600
Miami Dolphins+2,000
Green Bay Packers +2,500
Houston Texans+2,500
Los Angeles Chargers+2,500
Jacksonville Jaguars+3,000
Los Angeles Rams+3,000
New York Jets+3,000

San Francisco 49ers, +500

The 49ers just can’t seem to get that monkey off of their back, can they? It’s really like Steve Young all over again. But it is fair to have them ranked near the top of the odds table (if not maybe with odds as short as these) because they will bring back the same Death Star core next season. History, however, is not in their favor.

Only thrice in NFL history has the loser of the Super Bowl come back and won it the very next year. The three instances were: Tom Brady’s Patriots in 2018, the perfect Dolphins in 1972, and the Cowboys the year before in 1971. There’s just no way we can bet on the 49ers with an omen like that hanging over their heads, especially considering the +500 odds.

Kansas City Chiefs, +650

The Chiefs are looking to go where no man has gone before in 2024 as they attempt to complete the NFL’s first ever Super Bowl three-peat. Like the 49ers, the odds are against them considering it’s never been done, but Patrick Mahomes has not been one to respect history through his first six record-breaking years in the league.

In a season in which the Chiefs lost to the Raiders on Christmas despite Las Vegas failing to complete a pass in the final three quarters of the game, they dropped more passes than any other team, and Mahomes set a new career-high in interceptions, they still won the Super Bowl.

From now until the day Mahomes hangs ‘em up, the Chiefs are a good outright Super Bowl bet no matter what. +650 odds in February leave much to be desired, but when a team becomes inevitable like Thanos, you might as well win some cash off of them while they’re on their run.

Baltimore Ravens, +850

It certainly seemed as though everything was set up perfectly for the Lamar Jackson Ravens to bust through in 2023, but they couldn’t get out of their own way. Jackson will still be Jackson, but the rest of the team is looking a little bit shaky.

The wide receiver corps was still a bit underwhelming, the top two guys in the backfield will be coming off of major surgeries, and about 75 percent of the team’s defensive brain trust was poached in the days after the team’s elimination.

Now, they’ll have to deal with the returns of both Joe Burrow and Deshaun Watson within their division. If they weren’t going to do it in 2023, they’re probably not going to do it with this group, so pass on the Ravens’ +850 odds.

Detroit Lions, +1,200

Offensive coordinator Ben Johnson was so excited about what they’re doing in Detroit that he spurned some high-paying head coaching jobs to remain on Dan Campbell’s staff. And he’s not the only who’s excited.

The Lions have drafted as good as any team in recent years, and now that their young core has some solid playoff experience under their belt, they are going to be serious contenders to make it to New Orleans next February.

The only reason we’d hesitate on this pick is if Jared Goff somehow fell back into his 2019-2020 form, but with Johnson at the controls, the former number one pick should be fine. The Lions are probably the second-most talented team in the NFC, and their odds are twice as high as the 49ers’, so we like the value on them a lot better at +1,200.

Cincinnati Bengals, +1,400

The Bengals made it to the Super Bowl in 2021, the AFC Championship in 2022, and missed the playoffs in 2023. Seems like a bad trajectory, right? Well, not so fast, because Joe Burrow was never truly at full strength for any of the 2023 campaign, and he will be back in full effect come September.

It also looks like Tee Higgins will be returning alongside Ja’Marr Chase, which means they still have one of the most potent passing attacks in the NFL. Oh, and did we mention Burrow is literally the only active QB to beat Mahomes in the playoffs?

Burrow is a proven winner, and it seems like if anyone in the AFC is going to knock the Chiefs off their pedestal, it will be the Bengals (or maybe our next team), so +1,400 odds are not bad at all.

Los Angeles Chargers, +2,500

While the Bengals are obviously more likely to take down the Chiefs once and for all, do not count the Chargers out this season. There is just so much talent on this roster, it’s almost unbelievable that they went just 5-12 in 2023.

The right coach could easily flip that record in 2024, and they got just the man to do it. For the first time in Justin Herbert’s career, he’s got an offensive-minded head coach in Jim Harbaugh.

While Harbaugh is known as a QB whisperer, he’s also been known to instill a pride in tough defense, as his 49ers units were perennial top five groups. There is perhaps no coach that would have moved the needle more for these Chargers than Harbaugh, so if you’re looking for value in this Super Bowl 59 odds table, it’s right here in the City of Angels with the Chargers at +2,500.

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Alex is a recent graduate of Ryerson's Sport Media program in 2019 and has been contributing to BettingTop10 since 2020. He has worked in the field of sports and sports betting for several years, including writing for theScore and daily fantasy sports website FantasyPros as one of their lead NBA news writers. A dedicated sports fan and experienced sports bettor, Alex has the knowledge to provide you with the best betting advice and the sneakiest props no matter what the sport may be.