Super Bowl Betting Odds 2023: NFL Futures & Super Bowl 57 Favorites

NFL Playoff Picture: NFL Super Bowl 57 Prediction and Preview

With the NFL playoff picture down to the final two teams in the tournament, we have Super Bowl betting odds and NFL playoff predictions for the big game.

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Philadelphia Eagles (-1.5)

Super Bowl 57 should be a great matchup between the No. 1 seeds with 16-3 records in the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles. The betting odds Super Bowl have been moving around frequently since the Chiefs opened as a slight favorite, but we have seen the Eagles up to a 2.5-point favorite, and the bet365 Super Bowl odds are currently Eagles -1.5.

The FanDuel Super Bowl odds currently have the total at 50.5 points as a close, high-scoring game is expected between these two MVP finalists at quarterback, Patrick Mahomes and Jalen Hurts.

For the Chiefs, the game likely comes down to how well the offensive line can protect Mahomes, who has an ankle injury and was pressured 29 times in his last Super Bowl, a 31-9 loss against Tampa. Mahomes will have to get the ball out fast against a defense that has 70 sacks, which would be a record for a Super Bowl champion if the Eagles win this game. Mahomes also has some injured wide receivers to deal with as Mecole Hardman is not expected to play, and both JuJu Smith-Schuster and Kadarius Toney left the last game injured.

The Chiefs also have to overcome a defense that ranks No. 21 in points per drive allowed, though it may be peaking at the right time coming into the game. Since 1993, defenses ranked 16th or lower in points per drive are 2-5 in the Super Bowl.

For the Eagles, it comes down to which version of Jalen Hurts shows up. He has not been at his sharpest since the shoulder injury in Week 15, and his running also has not been a huge factor in recent games. The Eagles are still scoring a lot of points this postseason, though the Giants and 49ers handed them short fields with plenty of mistakes. This is by far the toughest opponent the Eagles have faced this year, and Hurts has not once in his career beat a good team with a good quarterback. This is his chance for a signature win.

For a better look at the NFL playoff picture going into Super Sunday, here is the NFL playoff bracket for this 2022 season:

Super Bowl 57 Playoff Bracket

NFL Super Bowl 57 Winner Pick and Odds

Here is where every team stands in the Super Bowl odds going into Week 22 of the 2022 season. NFL futures and Super Bowl odds are from FanDuel.

Super Bowl 57 Odds

  • Philadelphia Eagles (-125)
  • Kansas City Chiefs (+105)

The Super Bowl betting odds favor the Eagles, which makes sense when you consider the health status of the Chiefs and the way the Eagles can dominate in the trenches. It should be a spread that favors Philadelphia, though the Chiefs are very much a threat to win this game by having the best quarterback in the league.

Super Bowl 57 Odds

Breakdown by Team

Here is the offseason or Super Bowl outlook for all 32 NFL teams heading into Week 22 of the 2022-23 season.

Arizona Cardinals

After seven straight losses to end the season at 4-13, the Cardinals fired head coach Kliff Kingsbury after producing a 28-31-1 record in four seasons. The team has still never retained a coach for more than six years despite existing since 1920. The new coach will have to deal with Kyler Murray’s ACL recovery, J.J. Watt’s retirement, and a possible trade of DeAndre Hopkins.

Atlanta Falcons

The Falcons won their last two games to finish 7-10 for the second year in a row, but this was a better season for Arthur Smith. The team will have to determine if Desmond Ridder is workable as a Week 1 starter next year, or if they will take an insurance pick with another quarterback in the draft. They are going to need to throw the ball more next season, but at least draft picks Drake London and Tyler Allgeier look like hits.

Baltimore Ravens

The Ravens watched their season blow up on an ill-advised quarterback sneak on third down. You have to save that full-arm extension at the goal line for fourth down. Instead, the ball was knocked out and returned 98 yards, the longest fumble return touchdown in playoff history. Now the team has to wonder if Lamar Jackson is done in Baltimore, or if there is a way to work things out for a second contract for him.

Buffalo Bills

After an emotionally-draining season, the preseason favorite Buffalo Bills felt flat in a 27-10 home loss to the Bengals in the divisional round. The disappointing end will put a damper on expectations for next year, but it was still a remarkable season for Buffalo including plenty of memorable wins, crazy games, and much adversity to overcome from the blizzard that moved their game to Detroit, Von Miller’s torn ACL on Thanksgiving, and of course the Damar Hamlin incident no football fan will ever forget. It was a taxing season, and the Bills just came up short again.

Carolina Panthers

The Panthers finished 7-10 after winning one of the ugliest games of the season in New Orleans in Week 18. We’ll see what the team does with interim coach Steve Wilks, but there still has to be a change at quarterback as Sam Darnold is not the long-term solution unless going 9-8 is the ultimate goal for this team in the years to come.

Chicago Bears

Thanks to a Houston win and a 10th-straight Chicago loss, the Bears hold the No. 1 pick and a ton of cap space. Will they move on from Justin Fields? It seems unlikely, but they should listen to any offer they get for the next few months. It’s a bad sign to be 3-14 two years into a quarterback’s career.

Cincinnati Bengals

Cincinnati fell short in going to back-to-back Super Bowls in a 23-20 loss to the Chiefs. Joe Burrow had the stars aligning for a signature game-winning drive, but he suffered his fifth sack of the game on a third down, never to see the ball again. Burrow is now 1-8 when he takes at least five sacks going back to last season. The offensive line will remain a focal point for this team in the offseason.

Cleveland Browns

Jacoby Brissett finished the season ranked No. 8 in QBR. Deshaun Watson did not have enough attempts to qualify but he would have finished No. 27 if he did. So far, the trade looks like a disaster that could get Kevin Stefanski fired if things do not pick up next year.

Dallas Cowboys

In many ways, the Cowboys’ season ended in the comedy of errors you may have expected from Dak Prescott’s two interceptions to the final play design that made little sense. The 49ers were just playing too well for Dallas, and the Cowboys will have to go back to the drawing board in 2023 with what looks like the same trio at head coach, quarterback, and defensive coordinator.

Denver Broncos

It took 17 games for the Broncos to score 30 points this year. They still finished No. 32 in scoring, an incredibly disappointing season for Russell Wilson. But if the right coach is hired to replace Nathaniel Hackett and fix Wilson, then this team could be a good one next year. But this year was a huge letdown at 5-12.

Detroit Lions

The Lions dug too big a hole at 1-6, but they did a great job to finish with a winning record and knock the Packers out of the playoffs. Jared Goff looks to be more than a bridge quarterback and the Lions can just focus on getting better on defense next year. The offense is fun and Amon-Ra St. Brown is a stud at receiver.

Green Bay Packers

Was that the last game of Aaron Rodgers’ career? It sure felt like it could have been when he left the field this year compared to last year. It was another stunning early exit in a home loss with the playoffs on the line against rival Detroit. Rodgers does not look physically over the cliff, but mentally he just may not be there anymore as he turns 40 next season. This could be the end of the road and the start of the Jordan Love era.

Houston Texans

Lovie Smith’s final gift to Houston (and Chicago) was beating the Colts to lose out on the No. 1 pick. This team somehow lost to the 3-14 Bears and still didn’t get the No. 1 pick by finishing 3-13-1. The Colts were really that bad. But the Texans fired Smith quickly and will look for a fourth head coach in four years.

Indianapolis Colts

The Colts won their first game with Jeff Saturday and lost the rest, often in embarrassing fashion. It is hard to see how they can give him the full-time job. They also have to get a younger quarterback who can last more than one year. This team is a mess right now.

Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jaguars put up a decent effort in Kansas City in the divisional round, but you can see even with Patrick Mahomes injuring his ankle, the team lacked the high-end talent to make an upset. Maybe down the road they can, but the Jaguars did a good job to get this far and will probably be the favorite in the AFC South in 2023.

Kansas City Chiefs

Mahomes was just voted regular season MVP, Travis Kelce has had one of his most productive seasons and Andy Reid looks as sharp as ever. Who needs Tyreek Hill. Not this team. Their Super Bowl betting odds are fabulous as the Chiefs are even considered an underdog versus the Eagles on Sunday.

Las Vegas Raiders

The Raiders had as many wins (six) as they had blown leads in the fourth quarter, so this could have easily been a winning season and back-to-back playoff years. But this team consistently found incredible ways to lose games, and now Josh McDaniels has all but ended the Derek Carr era by benching him for the last two games. Amazing that he’ll let Carr be the scapegoat and seems to have saved his job for a second season. But he didn’t last two full years in Denver a decade ago.

Los Angeles Chargers

It took 50 Justin Herbert starts for the Chargers to carve out their masterpiece and blow a 27-0 playoff lead in Jacksonville. Herbert was barely a supporting actor to this one, but the Chargers wasted some great field position in the first half, did little on offense in the second half, missed a field goal, and blew it on defense too many times to win the game. Brandon Staley’s seat has to be red hot going into 2023 as his decision making down the stretch was highly questionable.

Los Angeles Rams

The Rams finished with 12 losses, two more than any previous Super Bowl title defender. Matthew Stafford, Aaron Donald, and Cooper Kupp will be back in 2023, but head coach Sean McVay may step away. The Rams were all in for 2021, and that may be the last stop on this ride of success.

Miami Dolphins

You have to give Mike McDaniel credit for battling the Bills as a 14-point underdog without his best quarterback and running back. Even with Skylar Thompson completing 18-of-45 passes, the Dolphins scored 31 points and pushed the Bills to the brink in a game few expected. If Tua Tagovailoa can hopefully come back healthy, this team may have something there in 2023.

Minnesota Vikings

It was inevitable, wasn’t it? The Vikings went 11-0 in close games in the regular season before losing one in the playoffs at home to the Giants. Minnesota’s defense was lousy this year and allowed Daniel Jones to become the second quarterback in NFL playoff history to throw for over 300 yards and run for over 75 yards. When it came time for a game-tying touchdown drive, Kirk Cousins came up with a 3-yard pass on fourth-and-8 on a terribly designed play. Back to the drawing board in Minnesota, but this team is going to be a strong regression candidate next year after overachieving with 13 wins despite a negative scoring differential.

New England Patriots

The Patriots never really stood a chance against Buffalo in the first game since the Damar Hamlin incident. Giving up a kick return touchdown to open the game is bad enough, but then they allowed a second. Mac Jones threw three picks, and the Patriots were eliminated at 8-9. But let’s face it, the lost fumbles by Jakobi Meyers on the lateral in Vegas and by Rhamondre Stevenson in the red zone against the Bengals did this team in more than an inevitable loss in Buffalo. There’s just not enough firepower for Bill Belichick here on offense, Mac Jones regressed, and Matt Patricia was an awful offensive coordinator in replacing Josh McDaniels.

New Orleans Saints

The Saints lost another ugly NFC South game at home against Carolina to finish 7-10 just like the Panthers and Falcons. Let’s hope this close race of bad teams in the division doesn’t convince these teams of not making big changes to get better next year. Andy Dalton is not the long-term answer here.

New York Giants

The Giants were swept 3-0 by the Eagles, but this 38-7 playoff loss was by far the most disappointing game yet. The Giants just had no real plan on offense, and the defense was ran over by Boston Scott and company once again. The Giants did a great job to get this far and overachieve under Brian Daboll, a probable Coach of the Year winner, but they will have to add some better talent to compete with the big dogs in the NFC, and they have a huge decision on what to do at quarterback with Daniel Jones.

New York Jets

The Jets had an incredible draft class with Sauce Gardner, Garrett Wilson, and Breece Hall all looking like major hits. Unfortunately, the familiar problem of not having a quarterback is there as Zach Wilson does not look like the answer, and Mike White is always getting hurt. The Jets are going to have to do something instead of trotting out the same QB carousel in 2023.

Philadelphia Eagles

After starting 8-0, the Eagles finished 6-3 with a lot more turnovers and big injuries down the stretch. They get the much-needed bye week, but most people have warmed up to San Francisco being the superior team in the NFC. Maybe we’ll see that matchup in the NFC Championship Game, but the Eagles have work to do first. Two days prior to the Super Bowl, the Eagles Super Bowl betting odds look good at -120 to win it all.

Pittsburgh Steelers

The Steelers used the return of T.J. Watt on defense, the decrease in turnovers with an offense led by a rookie quarterback, and a softer schedule to turn a 2-6 start into a 9-8 finish and almost make the playoffs. They overachieved this year, but expectations will be higher next year as they look for a 20th-straight non-losing season. But eventually, they have to win a playoff game again. It has been six seasons without one, the longest streak in Pittsburgh since the 1970 merger.

San Francisco 49ers

Well, at least we should cross Tom Brady off the list of what the 49ers do at quarterback in 2023. Incredibly, the team had three quarterbacks suffer a season-ending injury, and Josh Johnson, the fourth-string quarterback, was lost to a concussion in the NFC Championship Game. We will never know if Brock Purdy could have put this team in the Super Bowl as a rookie after his elbow was injured on just his third pass of the game. It was a disappointing ending to such a great season for the team, but they will have some decisions to make at quarterback next year as Trey Lance still figures to be part of the process there.

Seattle Seahawks

The Seahawks were swept 3-0 by the 49ers, but it was still a hard-fought game for over three quarters despite the 41-23 final. A huge strip-sack of Geno Smith in the third quarter changed everything for both teams. But Smith had a fine season and is worth exploring as a long-term option for the team should it not find a way to draft someone better this year. But the 49ers were just too good (three times) for Seattle this year.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Buccaneers were blown out by Dallas in a 31-14 game that exposed the team for being the flawed group it was most of the year. Offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich has already been fired, but the team may need to find a new quarterback too as it seems very likely that Tom Brady will either retire or move on to a new franchise like maybe the Raiders. The Bucs sold out to win it all in 2020 and achieved that, but it is looking like there will be some lean years to come once again.

Tennessee Titans

From 7-3 to a seven-game losing streak, we know that has never been done before in the same season since 17 games only started in 2021. But the Titans fell hard in Jacksonville after Josh Dobbs fumbled late for a game-winning touchdown to lose the AFC South. This team wasn’t going to make any noise in the playoffs anyway, but it was still a tough loss after the team’s first losing season since 2015. Big changes could be coming.

Washington Commanders

Washington beat Dallas with rookie quarterback Sam Howell making his first start. If the Commanders started anyone but Carson Wentz in Week 17, they may have made the playoffs. That will be the big story in 2023. If this team wants to do something, they have to dump Wentz.

What Are NFL Futures?

NFL Futures are bets you can make that will not be determined until later in the season, usually at the conclusion of the regular season or Super Bowl. There are multiple types available, and the NFL futures odds can be quite profitable if you make a correct wager.

Super Bowl Futures

You can bet on which NFL team will win the Super Bowl, and some sportsbooks will also let you bet on which two teams will be in the matchup. Betting on each conference winner is also available.

NFL Division Futures

You can bet on which teams will win the eight divisions in the NFL this upcoming season. Some sportsbooks will also have markets where you can bet on the exact order of the division race finish, or which team will finish second, third, or fourth in each division.

NFL Win Totals

You can bet on an over/under for total wins for each team in the upcoming regular season. Some alternate lines are available as well.

Make Playoffs

You can bet on whether or not each team will qualify for the NFL playoffs in the upcoming season.

Season Awards

Finally, some of the most popular NFL futures are betting on individual award winners. You can bet on who will win regular season MVP, Offensive Player of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year, Offensive Rookie of the Year, Defensive Rookie of the Year, Coach of the Year, and Comeback Player of the Year. Some markets will even have an early Super Bowl MVP option.