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NFL Super Bowl LIX Odds

Will We See a Repeat of LVIII?

The Kansas City Chiefs have now won back-to-back Super Bowl titles after a 25-22 victory over the San Francisco 49ers. But what about next year? Could we see the same matchup or perhaps a pair of different challengers to the throne? Below we discuss the NFL futures odds on Super Bowl LIX.

What Are the Odds?

There’s a long road between now and February 9, 2025, but the oddsmakers over at Caesars Sportsbook (check our Caesars Sportsbook Review) have already posted odds on Super Bowl LIX and here they are!

The Elite The Contenders The Pretenders The Longshots
49ers +550 Cowboys +1700 Bears +4500 Saints +8000
Chiefs +625 Packers +2000 Jaguars +4500 Vikings +8000
Ravens +950 Dolphins +2400 Colts +5000 Broncos +10000
Lions +1200 Chargers +2500 Steelers +5000 Giants +12500
Texans +1200 Jets +2500 Buccaneers +7000 Patriots +12500
Bengals +1300 Falcons +2800 Seahawks +7000 Commanders +12500
Bills +1400 Rams +3000 Cardinals +8000 Titans +15000
Eagles +1700 Browns +4000 Raiders +8000 Panthers +25000

Preseason Odds on Last 7 Super Bowl Winners

  • 2023: Kansas City Chiefs +600
  • 2022: Kansas City Chiefs +800
  • 2021: Los Angeles Rams +1400
  • 2020: Tampa Bay Buccaneers +1000
  • 2019: Kansas City Chiefs +600
  • 2018: New England Patriots +600
  • 2017: Philadelphia Eagles +4000

Needless to say, the oddsmakers have their pulse on the heartbeat of the NFL as the only long shot over the past seven seasons came in 2017 when the Philadelphia Eagles (+4000) upset the New England Patriots.

Super Bowl Trends to Know

  • The AFC has won 8 of the last 12 Super Bowls
  • The AFC’s top seed has advanced to the Super Bowl in 7 of the last 12 seasons
  • 7 of the last 11 NFC teams to play in the Super Bowl were the top seed in the conference
  • The NFC West has sent a team to the Super Bowl in 7 of the last 12 years

How to Bet Early

There is betting early and betting too early. Making a bet only days after the Super Bowl for the following year is unquestionably too early. There is a free agency period that begins this year on March 13th where teams can sign as many free agents as the salary cap will allow.

Some teams may be handcuffed by the salary cap as they are already at or near the ceiling and only able to sign a few complementary or role players. Regardless, this is a pivotal time of the year as the entire complexion of a team can change with a few key signings.

The next critical point in the offseason is the annual NFL Draft. This year we will see the parade of incoming rookies occurring on April 25th through the 27th. Teams will see their futures dictated by their selections over these three days and it is always wise to wait until after the draft before plunking any money down on a team to take home the hardware in February.

The final key date is after the preseason has ended. Many sharps wait until then to make sure that none of the stars have been injured before playing a regular-season snap. Imagine betting on the Buffalo Bills to win it all in June only to watch Josh Allen go down with a torn ACL in August. That’s not a wager anyone would want to make, so be cautious and wait for the exhibition slate to conclude before making a season-long bet.

What About Super Bowl LIX?

After perusing the NFL odds above, it did strike us as a bit odd that the 49ers (+500) are the very early favorite after bowing only days ago to the Chiefs (+750). Perhaps there is speculation over Travis Kelce’s future and whether he will hang up his cleats to become Taylor Swift’s favorite groupie. Thus, another good reason to wait until September draws closer.

As for next year’s Super Bowl, as long as Patrick Mahomes remains healthy, so too do the Chiefs’ chances of challenging for yet another Super Bowl crown. However, experts believe that Kansas City should focus on a premier wide receiver. Their current No. 1 is the team’s 2024 second-round pick, Rashee Rice.

The SMU product enjoyed a solid rookie campaign but he is much better suited as a No. 2 wide receiver. However, Patrick Mahomes is so elite, that he was able to win it all surrounded by offensive weapons that weren’t all that exceptional, except of course for Kelce.

Predictions

Elite Category: Buffalo Bills (+1200) – Josh Allen can smell a Super Bowl and it won’t be long before he brings one home to the Bills Mafia and the long-suffering Buffalo fans.

Contender Category: Texans (+2500) – C. J. Stroud was the second overall pick last year but played like a battle-tested veteran whose superior athletic ability was on display for the world to see. Is it too early for the young gunslinger to lead the Texans to a Lombardi? Probably, but at +2500 it’s worth a shot.

Pretender Category: Browns (+5000) – There is plenty of talent on the defensive side of the ball in Cleveland and if Deshaun Watson can stay healthy and rekindle the magic from his early days in Houston then the Browns could become a Cinderella story in 2024.

Long Shot Category: Broncos (+10,000) – Even if we had a strong hunch, we wouldn’t bet a bunch on the Broncos but Denver has bits and pieces of a team that could improve immensely next season.

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*The line and/or odds referenced in this article might have changed since the content was published. For the latest information on line movements, visit OddsTrader’s free betting odds tool.


Props and Bonuses

You can find a list of prop bets at all of the best U.S. licensed online sportsbooks found right here at OddsTrader.

Online sportsbooks like Caesars, BetMGM, Bet365, Fanduel, PointsBet, DraftKings and BetRivers all offer props like “Who Will Win the NFL Rookie of the Year or MVP Award” as well as futures to win the Super Bowl, in addition to generous signup bonuses.

Shop for Odds

If you want to compare the various NFL Odds then click on the link and you will see the point spreads, moneylines, and totals at all of the best books in the industry. Remember, it’s important to be able to compare and contrast lines at a glance so that you get the best odds for your betting buck.


NFL Power Rankings

Getting keen insight into how each of the playoff teams stacks up is easy when you check out the OddsTrader NFL Power Rankings page. Here you will see the average line, the power line suggested by OddsTrader’s AI algorithms, and the Bettor’s Edge which is the difference between the two.

NFL Computer Picks

If you go to the OddsTrader NFL Computer Picks section you can see what the OT algorithms project and how the results compare to those predictions.


NFL Betting FAQs


Question: Where Can I Bet on The LVIX NFL Super Bowl?

Answer: The best online sportsbooks are the safest online sportsbooks, which are those licensed in jurisdictions where online sports betting is legal in the United States. The top-rated books are BetMGM, Caesars Sportsbook, FanDuel, Unibet, SugarHouse, BetRivers, Bet365, SBK, PointsBet, and MaximBet. All offer a wide variety of NFL props, futures, and point spreads.

Question: What Types of Bets Are Popular with NFL Football?

Answer: The most popular bet is the point spread bet where the underdog is getting points or the favorite is giving points.

However, moneylines, where no point spread is involved have grown increasingly popular, as have over/under, or total bets, where bettors can wager over or under on the combined total of the two teams in that game.

Question: Do I Have to Bet a Lot?

Answer: No, the minimum bet is as low as $1 and accounts can be funded with as little as $10 at many of the books across the nation.

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