Who Leads The Way In Early NFL Championship Odds For Super Bowl 58

15 Feb 23
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Who Leads The Way In Early NFL Championship Odds For Super Bowl 58

The 2022-2023 NFL season recently came to a close with the Kansas City Chiefs defeating the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35 in Super Bowl 57. It was Kansas City’s second Super Bowl triumph in four seasons, and with most of the core of the team set to return for the 2023-2024 season, betting sites such as Sports Interaction have them sitting atop next season’s odds table as the very early favorites to win next year’s Super Bowl 58.


  • The Kansas City Chiefs, winners of Super Bowl 57, have the best odds to win again next year
  • The Buffalo Bills and San Francisco 49ers round out the top three for early Super Bowl 58 odds
  • The Philadelphia Eagles odds for the 2024 Super Bowl sit outside the top three after losing Super Bowl 57

NFL 2023-2024 Championship Odds

Once the previous year’s champions are crowned, it’s never too early to start handicapping next year’s race to the Super Bowl. The odds are already out for outright winners of the NFL’s 2023-2024 campaign, and the top ten teams in terms of betting odds according to Sports Interaction are listed below.


Super Bowl 58 Odds

Kansas City Chiefs


Buffalo Bills


San Francisco 49ers


Philadelphia Eagles


Cincinnati Bengals


Dallas Cowboys


Los Angeles Chargers


Baltimore Ravens


New York Jets


Jacksonville Jaguars


Kansas City Chiefs 2023-2024 Super Bowl Odds

The Chiefs have been the most successful team in the NFL since quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who won the second NFL MVP award of his young career this season, became the starter during the 2018 campaign. Since then, they have reached five straight AFC Championships, advancing to three Super Bowls from there, and lifting the Lombardi Trophy twice, in 2019 and again this season in 2022.

The Chiefs have been one of the favorites every year they’ve had Mahomes at the helm, and this upcoming season will be no different, as Sports Interaction is giving them very low +380 odds to be the first team to win back-to-back Super Bowls since Tom Brady’s New England Patriots did it back in 2003 and 2004. With head coach Andy Reid, Mahomes, all-world tight end Travis Kelce, and defensive leader Chris Jones all coming back for another go next season, their odds are certainly reasonable.

Buffalo Bills 2023-2024 Super Bowl Odds

Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills had a rough finish to their season, falling in the Divisional Round to the Cincinnati Bengals in a very disappointing 27-10 defeat at home. Despite that, they still sit in second place on Sports Interaction’s early Super Bowl 58 odds table as the likeliest team to kick the Chiefs off of their pedestal with +466 odds. The big question will be whether they can add to a defense that was sliced up like swiss cheese by Joe Burrow and the Bengals offense in that playoff loss.

Future Hall Of Fame pass rusher Von Miller was injured for the matchup with the Bengals, so his return to the lineup on a consistent basis will be a big boost for Buffalo next season. Miller could use some help in pressuring opposing quarterbacks though, so the Bills would do well to go out and get themselves another elite pass rusher: the best way to beat the Chiefs is to get constant pressure on Mahomes.

Best Of The Rest

The leaders of the rest of the pack are the San Francisco 49ers at +492 odds, which is a bit of a surprise considering how up in the air their quarterback situation has become after last year’s injury problems. Second-year man Trey Lance was supposed to be the guy, but an early season-ending injury put that idea on the back-burner.

While he was replaced capably by Jimmy Garropolo and rookie Brock Purdy, both of them also suffered significant injuries during the season as well. Garoppolo is likely to depart the Bay for greener pastures, and the torn ligament in Purdy’s throwing elbow will keep him out for most of the 2023-2024 season as well. Lance was drafted third overall in 2021, so the Niners think he has the potential to be an elite quarterback talent, but there hasn’t been much evidence to back that up in sparse playing time over his first two years.

The losers of Super Bowl 57, the Philadelphia Eagles, are somehow behind the 49ers despite having a quarterback in Jalen Hurts (who finished second in MVP voting behind Mahomes) who has proven himself as an elite talent and big game performer. The Eagles also have one of the most complete rosters in the NFL with loads of talent on both sides of the ball, so their +538 would seem to be offering a lot of value right now.

Teams with impressive young quarterbacks such as Burrow and the Bengals, Justin Herbert and the L.A. Chargers, and Trevor Lawrence and the Jacksonville Jaguars round out the top ten alongside a few questionable teams. The future of the Dallas Cowboys, who have the sixth-shortest odds, is very uncertain after yet another disappointing early playoff exit, and the Baltimore Ravens and their quarterback, Lamar Jackson, have yet to show any signs of working out a new contract that would keep the former MVP in town.

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.