- Very early Super Bowl 58 odds have been published with the Kansas City Chiefs leading the way at +650.
- Huge value exists for teams that may look to make a splash in the draft and free agency.
- Despite nearly winning Super Bowl 57, the Eagles are fourth in odds because of their large free agent class.
PARADISE, Nev. – After an electric Super Bowl 57 that saw the Kansas City Chiefs narrowly edge out the Philadelphia Eagles, all eyes will turn to free agency and the draft for information on the next team to have a meteoric rise. While most of the SB 58 odds mirror the postseason favorites this year, offseason developments can lead to big value as next season approaches.
Despite being under the rule of the Chiefs dynasty, seven out of the top 10 teams in odds are from the AFC conference. Legal betting sites have thus published odds for all 32 teams in the NFL ranging from +600 all the way up to +25000.
Top 10 Super Bowl LVIII Early Odds
- Kansas City Chiefs +600
- Buffalo Bills +750
- San Francisco 49ers +800
- Cincinnati Bengals +900
- Philadelphia Eagles +900
- Dallas Cowboys +1500
- Baltimore Ravens +1800
- Los Angeles Chargers +2000
- Jacksonville Jaguars +2500
- New York Jets +2500
Teams to Fade and Teams to Take
Among the top 10 in odds, having an elite young quarterback seems to be one of the biggest indicators to win the Super Bowl for all teams but the 49ers and Jets, the latter of which is strongly in the hunt for a franchise-level guy.
Because of the uncertainty with some of these situations, it would be wise to fade bets on teams like the Ravens and Eagles. In terms of the Ravens, it seems unlikely that their odds would climb significantly unless they had a masterful offseason and managed to keep star QB Lamar Jackson, who has many rumors about potentially being traded and is bound to be a hot commodity for many NFL teams.
The Eagles on the other hand, are in a much different situation than the Ravens because their free agency class is going to be massive, featuring 20 players and a crippling 10 starters set to hit free agency if not resigned. While it would not be a surprise to see Howie Roseman rebuild this team once again, they are too risky to take at +900 odds with so much potential turnover set to plague the team.
With odds hovering around +2500, there is some big value in betting on teams that are looking to make a splash in the offseason and will have their odds rise as we inch closer to the 2023-2024 regular season. The two most notable from the top 10 list are the Jacksonville Jaguars and the New York Jets.
Starting with the Jets, they have been surrounded by heavy rumors about a large trade package for a top QB this offseason, with names like Lamar Jackson or Aaron Rodgers being brought up frequently. Already armed with a top defensive unit and strong offensive weapons like Breece Hall and offensive rookie of the year Garrett Wilson, the Jets could see a huge spike in odds for Super Bowl 58 if they can procure one of the aforementioned elite QBs to lead them to the playoffs and more.
Then comes the Jaguars, who legal sportsbooks have given +2500 odds to win Super Bowl 58 next year. The Jags already impressed thoroughly this season with an improbable playoff comeback win, an AFC South division title despite being fourth place in 2021, and losing by just seven to the eventual Super Bowl winning Chiefs.
Now with the expectation that Trevor Lawrence will take yet another step combined with the looming reinstatement of star WR Calvin Ridley puts this team in great position to have their odds bumped come regular season. A few defensive pickups in free agency and/or the draft could really solidify the Jaguars to make a big postseason run and contend for Super Bowl LVIII.
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Jeremias is a current Florida State University student majoring in Editing, Writing and Media as well as Media/Communication studies. Primarily focused on the NFL, NBA, and NHL, Jeremias has a passion for sports statistics research that helps bettors find the blind spots in sportsbooks.