Super Bowl Odds: Bettors Hammering the Bears to Win it

Bettors are hammering the Chicago Bears to win the Super Bowl next season. Kyle Newman breaks down the latest Super Bowl odds.
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Super Bowl Odds: Bettors Hammering the Bears to Win it All

Bettors love what the Chicago Bears have done in free agency. After finishing with the worst record in the NFL in 2022, bettors are ready to believe the Bears could go from worst to first after just a few days in free agency. However, they aren’t the only team that bettors are impressed with.

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Super Bowl Betting Favorite Odds

Since free agency opened on Monday, the Bears have seen 26.2% of bets to win the Super Bowl. That has them tied with the Miami Dolphins for the most on the market. Of course, the sportsbooks aren’t buying into either of them, as the Dolphins are given +3000 odds and the Bears +6000 odds to win it all.

Of course, Aaron Rodgers’ soon-to-be new team, the New York Jets, aren’t far behind, with 20% of bets placed on them. The sportsbooks are much kinder to the Jets, giving them +1500 odds, the sixth-best on the market.

Meanwhile, the sportsbooks’ favorite, the Kansas Chiefs, who are given +600 odds to win it all, have seen just 6.2% of bets placed on them. Sure, that’s good for fourth on the market, but it’s a far cry from the three teams that bettors clearly believe have won the offseason.

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It’s no surprise that bettors love the teams that are making a splash. The Bears have added the most talent of any team in the NFL, with star talent like DJ Moore, Tremaine Edmunds, and TJ Edwards leading the way.

Meanwhile, the Dolphins acquired Jalen Ramsey to bolster their defense, plus they gave Tua a vote of confidence by exercising his fifth-year option. Of course, the Jets are expected to land four-time MVP Aaron Rodgers. Is any of that enough to overcome the Chiefs, though? The bettors believe so for now, but the sportsbooks aren’t ready to go that far.

Super Bowl Betting Favorite Odds

TeamOdds% of bets placed (Since Monday 3/13)
Chicago Bears+600026.2%
Miami Dolphins+300026.2%
New York Jets+150020%
Kansas City Chiefs+6006.2%
Dallas Cowboys+18004.6%
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