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1Kansas City Chiefs14-5-0+973.7%26.3%0.0%+5.0
2Los Angeles Rams11-5-0+668.8%31.3%0.0%-0.8
3New Orleans Saints11-6-0+564.7%35.3%0.0%+2.1
4San Francisco 49ers12-7-0+563.2%36.8%0.0%+6.1
5Baltimore Ravens10-6-1+458.8%35.3%5.9%+8.2
6Green Bay Packers11-7-0+461.1%38.9%0.0%-0.3
7Buffalo Bills9-6-2+352.9%35.3%11.8%+2.7
8Dallas Cowboys9-7-0+256.3%43.8%0.0%+1.8
9Denver Broncos9-7-0+256.3%43.8%0.0%+0.5
10Arizona Cardinals9-7-0+256.3%43.8%0.0%+0.4
11Miami Dolphins9-7-0+256.3%43.8%0.0%-1.3
12Minnesota Vikings10-8-0+255.6%44.4%0.0%+2.8
13Tennessee Titans10-8-1+252.6%42.1%5.3%+4.9
14Atlanta Falcons8-8-0050.0%50.0%0.0%+1.1
15Las Vegas Raiders8-8-0050.0%50.0%0.0%-4.0
16New England Patriots8-8-1047.1%47.1%5.9%+1.6
17Indianapolis Colts7-7-2043.8%43.8%12.5%-0.9
18Pittsburgh Steelers7-7-2043.8%43.8%12.5%-1.4
19Houston Texans8-9-1-144.4%50.0%5.6%-0.9
20Seattle Seahawks8-9-1-144.4%50.0%5.6%-1.2
21New York Jets7-9-0-243.8%56.3%0.0%-0.3
22New York Giants7-9-0-243.8%56.3%0.0%-3.2
23Jacksonville Jaguars7-9-0-243.8%56.3%0.0%-3.8
24Philadelphia Eagles7-10-0-341.2%58.8%0.0%-1.4
25Cincinnati Bengals6-9-1-337.5%56.3%6.3%-3.2
26Carolina Panthers6-9-1-337.5%56.3%6.3%-6.3
27Detroit Lions6-10-0-437.5%62.5%0.0%-1.0
28Washington6-10-0-437.5%62.5%0.0%-3.2
29Tampa Bay Buccaneers5-9-2-431.3%56.3%12.5%+1.4
30Cleveland Browns5-10-1-531.3%62.5%6.3%-4.3
31Los Angeles Chargers4-10-2-625.0%62.5%12.5%-2.1
32Chicago Bears4-12-0-825.0%75.0%0.0%-2.7

When is the Super Bowl?

The Super Bowl is played each year on the first Sunday in February.

The championship game is the final game of the NFL playoffs system. The playoffs begin in early January in the week following the conclusion of the regular season.

In the NFL playoffs, 12 qualifying teams —6 teams from the AFC Conference and 6 teams from the NFC Conference— compete in a single-elimination tournament format through three rounds in three weeks.

The last single remaining team from the AFC Conference and NFC Conference meet in the Super Bowl.

The Super Bowl is held at a neutral location in the US. The host city changes every year and host cities are chosen 3-6 years in advance.

Miami, Florida and New Orleans, Louisiana have hosted the most Super Bowls.

How many teams compete to win the Super Bowl?

Where are the best Super Bowl Odds?

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Which team is favorite to win the Super Bowl?

Just as Super Bowl odds are subject to change, so is the favorite team bookmakers select to win the Big Game on any given day.

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Let Oddschecker be your odds service of choice when it comes to making educated Super Bowl bets or when you want to see how the team you root for stacks up among Super Bowl favorites.

Where to bet on Super Bowl winner?

Oddschecker compiles the latest Super Bowl odds from a variety of top global bookmakers. Our odds are presented in a simple, side-by-side format that’s convenient for at-a-glance viewing from your mobile device or computer.

Comparing odds from different bookmakers makes it easy to find the right Super Bowl bet at a great value.

The bookmakers featured on our site are thoroughly screened to ensure every Super Bowl bet you place is secure and fair.

How early can I bet on next year’s Super Bowl?

Super Bowl odds for next year’s game are usually made available by sportsbooks immediately following the current season’s Big Game.

Most bettors want to waste no timing getting in on the action for next year’s championship, so oddsmakers are sure to have them ready to go at the conclusion of the Super Bowl.

Most often, the team that just won the Super Bowl will be the favorite or have one of the shortest odds to win next season’s game, unless a key player or coach is set to retire.

Who are the past winners of the Super Bowl?

Of the NFL’s 32 teams, 20 have won one or more Super Bowl titles. The Pittsburgh Steelers and New England Patriots are tied for most all-time wins at six each.

The following table shows the number of Super Bowls won by each NFL team since the Big Game’s inaugural contest between the winning Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs in January 1967.

Super Bowl Titles
TeamNumber Of Titles
Pittsburgh Steelers6
New England Patriots6
San Francisco 49ers
Dallas Cowboys
New York Giants4
Green Bay Packers
Oakland Raiders
Washington Redskins
Denver Broncos
Indianapolis Colts
Miami Dolphins
Baltimore Ravens
Kansas City Chiefs
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
New Orleans Saints
New York Jets
Los Angeles Rams
Chicago Bears
Seattle Seahawks
Philadelphia Eagles

The Cleveland Browns, Jacksonville Jaguars, Detroit Lions, and Houston Texans are the NFL teams to have never appeared in a Super Bowl.

How much does the winner of the Super Bowl get?

Each player that wins the Super Bowl receives a championship bonus at the ends of the year.

The NFL and NFLPA have recently reached an agreement on a new Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA), so it could change, but in the prior CBA, players on the winnings team each received a $118,000 bonus.

The losing team also received compensation in the form of a $59,000 bonus. Winning in each round of the playoffs has a set incentive that pays each member of the wining team, as well.

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