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Super Bowl Odds 2023: Every Team’s 2023 Super Bowl Odds at the Start of Training Camp

The NFL training camp is now rolling around, so it’s time for Kade Kimble to take a look at each team’s Super Bowl odds.
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Super Bowl Odds 2023: Every Team’s 2023 Super Bowl Odds at the Start of Training Camp

The NFL training camp is right around the corner, and with that comes new odds for the Super Bowl. Let’s analyze the odds for each team to win the Super Bowl.

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32. Houston Texans (+25000) (Bet $100 to win $25000)

As the youngest team in the league, entering the league in 1999, the Texans are now just trying to find some stability at the QB position, following the dramatic departure of Deshaun Watson. They’re not there yet, and likely won’t make any kind of push during their search this season. 

31. Atlanta Falcons (+20000) (Bet $100 to win $20000)

The Falcons were unable to find success last season, and it’s not looking like they’ll be taking any steps forward after an interesting offseason. The Falcons have a new starting QB in Marcus Mariota, who’s been a backup QB for some time now. It’s likely the Falcons will be searching for a new franchise QB in the next draft. 

30. Seattle Seahawks (+15000) (Bet $100 to win $15000)

The Seattle Seahawks look to be heading into a rebuild after cutting ties with both Russell Wilson and Bobby Wagner. They aren’t completely void of talent, but they don’t have nearly enough to make any real noise or a franchise QB. 

29. Detroit Lions (+15000) (Bet $100 to win $15000)

The Lions are like many teams with the worst odds, rebuilding. They had a solid draft and have more talent than last year, but not enough to rally any significant wins. It’ll be another year of struggle for the Lions. But things are trending (sort of) in the right direction after a disastrous season for the Lions.

28. Chicago Bears (+15000) (Bet $100 to win $15000)

The Bears are likely in for another season of looking okay, and then not winning much in the latter half of the season, but it’ll be good for Justin Fields to potentially have a fully healthy year to build off. Their record won’t be great, but we may see flashes of a future playoff team. 

27. Jacksonville Jaguars (+13000) (Bet $100 to win $13000)

The Jaguars are essentially headed for a second rookie year for Trevor Lawrence, this time with experience. They had a very weird situation at the head coaching position, many distractions, and just weren’t in the right position this year. Now Lawrence, former no. 1 overall pick, has a solid head coach and will be ready to take a step closer to success. 

26. New York Jets (+13000) (Bet $100 to win $13000)

This past offseason was actually a solid one for the Jets, as they had a very solid draft and a few solid acquisitions in free agency. It’s unlikely we’ll see the Jets make a jump quite yet, but I’m confident in saying they’re heading in the right direction and maybe just a couple of years out of making some noise in the AFC.

25. Carolina Panthers (+13000) (Bet $100 to win $13000)

After the acquisition of Baker Mayfield, I’m curious to see how this season plays out for the Panthers. If they can remain healthy, especially Christian McCaffrey, they might have playoff team potential.

24. New York Giants (+13000) (Bet $100 to win $13000)

The Giants are stuck in mediocrity and haven’t found a QB to stick as the main guy. Without a franchise QB, the Giants will have a hard time taking the next step to becoming a perennial playoff team.

23. Pittsburgh Steelers (+9000) (Bet $100 to win $9000)

It’s a new era as the Steelers will finally be without Big Ben at QB, and the AFC North seems flipped as the Browns and Bengals will likely finish ahead of the Steelers in the conference. Their new chapter may take a year or two for them to adjust, so they won’t be bad, they just won’t be in the race for a championship. 

22. Washington Commanders (+7000) (Bet $100 to win $7000)

Carson Wentz didn’t have his best season with the Colts, and this led to him being moved to the Commanders. The Super Bowl-winning QB will assist the Commanders, who have a solid core around Wents, in potentially finding their way back into the Wild Card game this year. 

21. New Orleans Saints (+5000) (Bet $100 to win $5000)

After Drew Brees retired, the Saints have struggled to put together a solid, consistent team that will make the playoffs. They looked solid last year before Jameis Winston had a bad injury, so they’re likely a toss-up for the playoffs this year. 

20. Minnesota Vikings (+5000) (Bet $100 to win $5000)

Despite many bright spots on the Vikings roster, they’ve been unable to make any serious noise in years past, so naturally, I don’t have any confidence in their squad. Justin Jefferson will continue to be great, though. 

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19. New England Patriots (+5000) (Bet $100 to win $5000)

Though in a tough division, Mac Jones seems to be a QB the Patriots can win down the road, but they don’t seem to be quite there yet. The post-Brady era in New England has been interesting, but as we’ve seen in pro sports, those kinds of rebuilds take time.

18. Las Vegas Raiders (+4000) (Bet $100 to win $4000)

The Raiders are in a position similar to the Patriots, as their division is tough, but they’ve absolutely made good strides this offseason. They over-succeeded last year with a ton of roster turmoil, and they’ve only improved since. A playoff appearance would be a solid season for this squad.

17. Miami Dolphins (+4000) (Bet $100 to win $4000)

The Dolphins have made improvements to their squad this offseason and even made a big splash with the trade for Tyreek Hill. Tua Tagovailoa now has more speed and talent to throw to, to make his life easier at the QB position. The Dolphins also had an already solid defense to build off of. 

16. Tennessee Titans (+3500) (Bet $100 to win $3500)

When you have a running back the caliber of Derrick Henry, you’ve automatically got a chance to make a run for the playoffs, and a slight chance to make a deep playoff run. Luckily, the Titans are the team with Henry, so they’ll be alright next season. 

15. Arizona Cardinals (+3500) (Bet $100 to win $3500)

The Cardinals have lucked out as they’ve locked in their star QB Kyler Murray for the future. They lost some of their solid offensive talent in the offseason, so they’re likely less of a threat to make the Super Bowl, but will likely make a trip to the playoffs. 

14. Cleveland Browns (+2800) (Bet $100 to win $2800)

Let’s assume Deshaun Watson is playing, and they’ve got their QB situation figured out as Baker Mayfield found himself a new home. They’ve made solid offensive additions to build off a decent core. Their defense has potential. The Browns will more than likely take a step forward this offseason. 

13. Philadelphia Eagles (+2500) (Bet $100 to win $2500)

Identity is huge in the NFL, and the Eagles have found theirs and leaned into it. They’re a great running team and have talent at the WR position to add flexibility. It’s also got to feel good for Hurts to know you’re a trusted QB1 and will be a starter going into next season. 

12. Indianapolis Colts (+2200) (Bet $100 to win $2200)

One of my favorite dark horse selections to win the Super Bowl is the Colts. They’ve got a very, very solid and rounded offense. I’m confident in their defense as well. Matt Ryan is more than serviceable to take this team to new heights after a disappointing season. 

11. Baltimore Ravens (+2200) (Bet $100 to win $2200)

The Ravens lost Hollywood Brown, but being healthy may be more valuable than losing Brown. Health is wealth and they weren’t healthy last season, ruining any real chances last season. They still have the former MVP and solid talent. They’ll be in playoff contention and have a chance to make a run.

10. Cincinnati Bengals (+2200) (Bet $100 to win $2200)

The Bengals will more than likely take a step as their entire core is young and ready to take a leap, and they have an improved offensive line to protect Burrow, but they’re not quite to consistent contention yet. They’ll get there, and they’ll more than likely make a solid playoff push, but not true contenders this year.

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9. Dallas Cowboys (+1800) (Bet $100 to win $1800)

The Cowboys had a very solid defensive season last season, and Dak Prescott is healthy, which is a win in itself. With better clock management, who knows where the Cowboys could have been last season. I see the Cowboys as slightly more of a threat than last season, as I expect their defense to be even better than last season. 

8. Denver Broncos (+1600) (Bet $100 to win $1600)

Russell Wilson was traded into a great situation as the Broncos have a solid young core that Wilson will have help from. They also have the most to prove as the Broncos think they’re ready to contend and pulled the trigger for a generational QB. 

7. San Francisco 49ers (+1600) (Bet $100 to win $1600)

With the immense talent on both sides of the ball, the 49ers are true contenders, even with Trey Lance at QB1. Jimmy G and the 49ers made plenty of runs, and with the amount of talent Lance will have around him, he will be fine at QB1. Their defense will give him leeway, too. 

6. Los Angeles Chargers (+1400) (Bet $100 to win $1400)

Justin Herbert proved himself last season as they almost beat the Raiders in the playoffs. The Chargers added some talent and seem ready to make a real Super Bowl run, similar to the other Los Angeles team. 

5. Los Angeles Rams (+1100) (Bet $100 to win $1100)

Not much needs to be said for the Rams other than a Super Bowl-winning team running it back for the most part, with Robert Woods getting healthy. It’s likely the Rams will try and run it back. 

4. Green Bay Packers (+1000) (Bet $100 to win $1000)

The Packers fell short (again) last season. But they’ve got the back-to-back MVP returning and ready to make another run to potentially feel that Super Bowl-winning feeling again. Aaron Rodgers will keep them in contention as long as he’s got a Packers jersey on. 

3. Kansas City Chiefs (+1000) (Bet $100 to win $1000)

Patrick Mahomes was beaten down and had no protection on the line, and he still had the Chiefs one game away from the Super Bowl. No matter how weird of an offseason they had, you can expect Mahomes to get them back to the Playoffs easily. 

2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+700) (Bet $100 to win $700)

There’s a reason Brady didn’t retire, he doesn’t believe he’s not the best QB in the league, and even at his age, he makes the Bucs contenders. Without him, they’re likely not contenders, but he’s still around, so naturally, the Bucs are too. 

1. Buffalo Bills (+600) (Bet $100 to win $600)

The Bills had an unfortunate end to last season, and as they’ve gotten more talented, they’re looking to make a Super Bowl run and return to the playoffs with vengeance. They’ve also got the most to prove as contenders.

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Kade has spent his last 3 years writing about the Oklahoma City Thunder. He has also been following the NBA for the past 11 years. Just recently, Kade began co-hosting the Boomtown Hoops Podcast.


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