2024-2025 Super Bowl Odds: Favorites, Contenders, & Longshots

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Super Bowl LIX is still a little under a year away, but fans of all teams are already clamoring to find out who is favored to hoist the Lombardi Trophy. And the latest 2025 Super Bowl odds tell a familiar story. 

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Who is Favored to Win Super Bowl 59?

It should be no surprise that the Kansas City Chiefs (+550) are favored to win the 2025 Super Bowl, having won each of the last two Lombardi Trophies. Having spent the offseason acquiring weapons for All-Pro MVP quarterback Patrick Mahomes, their odds of +550 on DraftKings Sportsbook (implying a 15.4% chance to win Super Bowl LIX) make a lot of sense. The team signed speedy receiver Marquise Brown in free agency and doubled down on that need for speed with the selection of Texas WR Xavier Worthy in Round 1. 

Though they traded 2023 breakout cornerback La'Jarius Sneed this offseason, the Chiefs still have one of the best defenses in the Andy Reid coaching era, and now, Mahomes enters this season with more support in the receiving game than he's had since the departure of Tyreek Hill.

The San Francisco 49ers (+600) have the second-best odds to win Super Bowl LIX with most Kentucky sports betting apps. On DraftKings Sportsbook, their odds currently sit at +600, implying a 14.3% chance that they walk away with the Lombardi Trophy. 2024 will be a crucial season for the 49ers, with Mr. Irrelevant QB Brock Purdy waiting for a loaded contract after bursting onto the scene in 2022. 

In 2023, Purdy maintained his standing as one of the most efficient quarterbacks in the league despite coming off a season-ending elbow injury the year prior and likely has just one year left with the treasure trove of weapons HC Kyle Shanahan has assembled around him, including RB Christian McCaffrey, WRs Deebo Samuel, and Brandon Aiyuk, and TE George Kittle, among others. GM John Lynch doubled down on the quest to surround him with more weapons this season, selecting Florida WR Ricky Pearsall with the 31st pick in the 2024 NFL Draft, an excellent route runner with a high floor further to bolster the already-high floor of this receiving corps.

The Baltimore Ravens rank third among NFL teams with +900 odds, and it's no surprise given their 13-4 campaign in 2023 and a lack of turnover on their roster. QB Lamar Jackson is coming off his second MVP campaign, with second-year Zay Flowers looking to build on a successful rookie campaign and a presumably healthy Mark Andrews, who missed seven games in 2023 with an ankle injury. Baltimore further bolstered their run game to coordinate with Jackson, too, signing former Titans running back legend Derrick Henry to lead the backfield. 

Perhaps one of their greatest strengths over the past few seasons has been their ability to find value on defense both in the draft and free agency, walking away with cornerbacks Nate Wiggins and T.J. Tampa in the top-four rounds, while also selecting Adisa Isaac out of Penn State to help fill the hole left behind by Jadeveon Clowney. 

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What Are the Current Super Bowl Odds?

The latest Super Bowl odds favor the Chiefs (+550) over the 49ers (+600), with the Ravens (+900), Lions (+1200) and Bills (+1200) rounding out the top five. 

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Super Bowl 59 Opening Odds

Throughout the 2024 NFL offseason, we'll track the odds of the top five ranked teams winning the Super Bowl 59 month-by-month. Here's a look at the top five and how their odds have trended from their initial opening through May.

TeamCurrent OddsApril (Pre-Draft)March (Pre-Free Agency)FebruaryOpening Odds
Kansas City Chiefs+550+600+650+700+1000
San Francisco 49ers+600+550+500+500+550
Baltimore Ravens+900+950+900+900+950
Detroit Lions+1200+1300+1300+1200+1200
Buffalo Bills+1200+1300+1200+1000+850

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Full List of 2025 Super Bowl Odds

In the section below, we broke down the latest odds to win the 2025 Super Bowl for every team. All odds were provided by DraftKings Kentucky

Kansas City Chiefs+550
San Francisco 49ers+600
Baltimore Ravens+900
Detroit Lions+1200
Buffalo Bills+1200
Cincinnati Bengals+1300
Houston Texans+1600
Philadelphia Eagles+1700
Dallas Cowboys+1700
Green Bay Packers+1900
New York Jets+2000
Miami Dolphins+2200
Atlanta Falcons+2200
LA Chargers+3000
Chicago Bears+3000
LA Rams+3500
Cleveland Browns+4000
Jacksonville Jaguars+4500
Pittsburgh Steelers+5000
Indianapolis Colts+6000
Tampa Bay Bucs+7500
Seattle Seahawks+7500
New Orleans Saints+8000
Minnesota Vikings+8000
Washington Commanders+10000
Arizona Cardinals+10000
New York Giants+10000
Las Vegas Raiders+10000
Denver Broncos+12000
Tennessee Titans+15000
New England Patriots+15000
Carolina Panthers+25000
āœ… Odds Last Verified: June 14, 2024

Super Bowl 59 Favorites

With several teams top-heavy with talent on both sides of the ball, and perhaps most importantly, at quarterback, it's no surprise that the top performers from 2023 remain among the most viable contenders for Super Bowl 59. Here's a look at the top three favorites from the AFC and NFC based on their Super Bowl odds, roster strengths, offseason moves, and more.

AFC Super Bowl 59 Favorites

Kansas City Chiefs (+550)

  • Strengths: QB-HC-TE duo of Patrick Mahomes, Andy Reid, and Travis Kelce, added depth at WR this offseason with Marquise Brown,
  • Weaknesses: Traded star CB La'Jarius Sneed to Titans this offseason, questionable legal status of WR Rashee Rice

After the San Francisco 49ers opened up as odds favorites to win Super Bowl LIX, the Kansas City Chiefs have caught up in the race following a successful free agency period and draft where they addressed their greatest need ā€” depth at wide receiver. After one of their most successful defensive campaigns in the Andy Reid era, GM Brett Veach followed through to get MVP quarterback Patrick Mahomes some help, signing speedsters Marquise Brown and drafting Xavier Worthy in Round 1. Though the availability of Rashee Rice in 2024 is up in the air pending some legal troubles, there's no doubt that this team, which has won each of the last two Super Bowls, is better equipped for success than they were in either of the past two seasons from a depth standpoint.

Baltimore Ravens (+900)

  • Strengths: Starting offensive personnel,
  • Weaknesses: Offseason shakeups on the offensive line (Departures of Kevin Zeitler, John Simpson, Morgan Moses), questionable depth at WR behind Zay Flowers

The Baltimore Ravens have the second-best odds in the AFC to win Super Bowl LIX, and for good reason. On top of their excellence on offense quarterbacked by 2x MVP Lamar Jackson, they've continued to find great value on defense within the draft, deploying a group of superstars on that side of the ball to shut down the ever-growing talent on offense atop the rest of the AFC. Between safety Kyle Hamilton, Marlon Humphrey, Odafe Oweh, Roquan Smith, and Justin Madubuike, among others, this will be a team more than capable of dominating on both sides of the ball.

Buffalo Bills (+1200)

  • Strengths: Josh Allen at QB and strong run game with James Cook, rookie Ray Davis
  • Weaknesses: Lack of depth at wide receiver, cornerback, EDGE

The Buffalo Bills made a shocker of a trade early this offseason by sending star receiver Stefon Diggs to the Houston Texans. They decided to draft WR Keon Coleman with the first pick in the second round of the 2024 NFL Draft, a big-bodied receiver with jaw-dropping catch abilities, though he's still a bit raw compared to some of the other top receiver prospects in this class. Though they still have some needs coming out of the draft, primarily on defense, any team quarterbacked by Josh Allen will have a chance.

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NFC Super Bowl Favorites 

San Francisco 49ers (+600)

  • Strengths: Offensive depth with QB Brock Purdy, Brandon Aiyuk, Deebo Samuel, Christian McCaffrey, George Kittle, excellent play-caller in HC Kyle Shanahan, strong defense and pass rush
  • Weaknesses: Inconsistencies in the secondary, interior offensive line

The San Francisco 49ers have had a bumpy offseason, filled with trade rumors surrounding each of their top two pass catchers, Brandon Aiyuk and Deebo Samuel. However, both remain on the roster coming out of the 2024 NFL Draft, with the addition of Florida WR Ricky Pearsall in Round 1 to further support quarterback Brock Purdy and the passing game. With Christian McCaffrey, George Kittle, and a premiere play-caller to boot in Kyle Shanahan, this team projects to be as difficult to stop as ever on the offense.

Detroit Lions (+1200)

  • Strengths: Star-studded offensive personnel (Jared Goff, Jahmyr Gibbs, Amon-Ra St. Brown, Sam LaPorta), retention of OC Ben Johnson this offseason, upgrades at cornerback through the draft
  • Weaknesses: Inexperience at cornerback

The Detroit Lions won their first-ever NFC North title in 2023 and will look to continue building on that success in the season to come. With several stars coming fresh off an extension and yet another year of experience under their belts, they'll be one of the biggest threats to take another leap forward in the coming season. After building out the offense around Jared Goff over the past couple of seasons, including additions of RBs Jahmyr Gibbs and David Montgomery, WR Amon-Ra St. Brown, and TE Sam LaPorta, they addressed their greatest defensive need (cornerback) in Rounds 1 and 2 of the 2024 NFL Draft. With Terrion Arnold (Alabama) and Ennis Rakestra Jr. (Missouri) leading the secondary and Aidan Hutchinson dominating the defensive line, this once sullen franchise suddenly looks like one of the most well-balanced rosters in the league.

Philadelphia Eagles (+1700)

  • Strengths: Star power across the various skill position groups, including QB Jalen Hurts, RB Saquon Barkley, WRs A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith and TE Dallas Goedart, an equally talented group of potential stars on defense (Jalen Carter, Nolan Smith, Quinyon Mitchell)
  • Weaknesses: Retirement of long-time All-Pro center Jason Kelce, questionable secondary

After making a trip to Super Bowl 57, where they lost to the Kansas City Chiefs, it feels like the Philadelphia Eagles have been on a bit of a downswing. After starting the year 10-1, this team fell apart in the second half of the season, going 1-5 over their final six regular season games (including losses to the Giants and Cardinals). Still, they made a couple of moves on offense, bringing in OC Kellen Moore, signing star RB Saquon Barkley, and bringing in Vic Fangio as defensive coordinator. They'll have plenty of question marks ahead of the season (the biggest of which lie on the defense), but there's no doubt the roster is loaded with talent on either side of the ball if they can figure out some of the inconsistencies that plagued them in the 2023 season.

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Super Bowl 59 Contenders

Though it's difficult to imagine one of the top-tier Super Bowl contenders stumbling, every year, several teams make a surprising mark in the race toward the Big Game. Here's a look at several contenders in the AFC and NFC to watch in the mix to win Super Bowl LIX based on their current odds and offseason moves through the NFL free agency period and 2024 NFL Draft.

AFC Super Bowl Contenders

Cincinnati Bengals (+1300)

  • Strengths: Quarterback Joe Burrow, receiving corps of Ja'Marr Chase and Tee Higgins,
  • Weaknesses: Lack of consistency on the offensive line, questionable status of Joe Burrow returning from a season-ending wrist injury in 2023, questions about the run game following the trade of RB Joe Mixon

The Cincinnati Bengals feel like a bit of a forgotten team after a disappointing 2023 campaign that all but ended with a season-ending wrist injury to starting quarterback Joe Burrow. However, he'll return in 2024 with star receivers Ja'Marr Chase and Tee Higgins (barring a trade, which he'd requested amidst a contract dispute) there to keep their hopes alive. Still, with some question marks on the defense (including another requested trade from star DE Trey Hendrickson) and an offensive line that just hasn't seemed to be able to get it together, the Bengals have much to prove in 2024.

Houston Texans (+1600)

  • Strengths: Offensive firepower surrounding QB CJ Stroud (Stefon Diggs, Nico Collins, Tank Dell, Joe Mixon), DEs Will Anderson Jr. and Danielle Hunter
  • Weaknesses: Interior defensive line, depth at cornerback

The Houston Texans are doing everything in their power to surround second-year QB C.J. Stroud in position for a Super Bowl run this year. With the acquisition of WR Stefon Diggs from the Buffalo Bills, they enter the season with arguably the best receiving trio in the league between Stefon Diggs, Nico Collins, and Tank Dell. They also made moves to bolster the run game, which struggled in 2023, having lost RB Devin Singletary to the Giants in the NFL free agency period. As 2023 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year Will Anderson Jr. looks to take another step forward with several promising contributors in the secondary, a trip to Super Bowl LIX does not feel out of reach.

New York Jets (+2000)

  • Strengths: Star CB duo of Sauce Gardner, D.J. Reed, RB depth (Breece Hall, Braelon Allen, Izzy Abanikanda), WR Garrett Wilson
  • Weaknesses: Aaron Rodgers' return from a torn Achilles, tight end, defensive tackle beyond Quinnen Williams, questionable depth at WR beyond Garrett Wilson

The Jets had a tumultuous 2023 season after quarterback Aaron Rodgers suffered a torn Achilles just four snaps into his career in New York. That made it impossible to evaluate their true potential on offense, having rotated through a tragic group of passers in Zach Wilson, Trevor Siemian, and Tim Boyle. With Rodgers back and healthy this season, there's no doubt that the passing game will get a much-needed upgrade to complement some of their stars on defense.

NFC Super Bowl Contenders

Dallas Cowboys (+1700)

  • Strengths: QB-WR duo of Dak Prescott and CeeDee Lamb, depth of contributors on defense (Micah Parsons, DeMarcus Lawrence, DaRon Bland, Malik Hooker)
  • Weaknesses: Running back, interior offensive line with the offseason departure of center Tyler Biadasz, depth at cornerback

The Dallas Cowboys looked like one of the top rosters in the league in 2023, on both offense and defense, but unfortunately, Jerry Jones' crew once again fell short in the playoffs. Under HC Mike McCarthy, this team has had some highs and lows, but they've got a stacked group of stars on the defense that should be more than capable of slowing down their NFC East rival, the Philadelphia Eagles, who have continued to build up their offense. Don't be surprised if another 10+ win season is in the books for this crew; the only question is whether or not they can avoid choking in the postseason, as we've seen them do in years prior.

Green Bay Packers (+1900)

  • Strengths: A promising young group of skill position players with Jordan Love, Jayden Reed, Christian Watson, and Dontayvion Wicks, among others
  • Weaknesses: Run defense, young offensive line with room to grow in run-blocking schemes

Quarterback Jordan Love shocked the world in 2023 with his proficient play as a Year 1 starter, leading the Packers up to the Divisional Round, where their postseason ended. With the level of proficiency their inexperienced offense played within 2023, it only seems natural to project growth from this group in 2024 under HC Matt LaFleur. The Packers also made moves at running back, signing star Josh Jacobs in free agency and drafting USC RB Marshawn Lloyd for more support in the run game, having released veteran Aaron Jones after a seven-year stint with the team. They hit several needs early in the draft, including offensive tackle with Jordan Morgan, linebacker with Edgerrin Cooper, and safety with Javon Bullard, rounding out an already well-rounded roster that could take strides in 2024.

Atlanta Falcons (+2200)

  • Strengths: Top-tier talent at each skill position group (QB Kirk Cousins, RB Bijan Robinson, WR Drake London, and TE Kyle Pitts),
  • Weaknesses: Cornerback, inexperience along defensive line

The Atlanta Falcons made a big splash in the 2024 NFL Draft with the selection of quarterback Michael Penix Jr., just over a month after signing free agent Kirk Cousins to a four-year, $180 million mega-deal. Regardless of the quarterback controversy, however, even a Cousins returning from a ruptured Achilles that ended his 2023 season prematurely is a sure upgrade on the duo of Desmond Ridder and Taylor Heinicke deployed last year. Between the upgrade at quarterback and the installation of a new offense under new OC Zac Robinson (formerly of the Rams), expect this crew to take a big step forward and complement the progress made on defense in 2023.

Super Bowl 59 Longshots

Though some teams feel further away from a potential Super Bowl win than some of those we've already examined, there are always rosters that seemingly "come out of nowhere" to contend for the Lombardi. Here's a look at some of the most intriguing Super Bowl 59 longshots based on odds, roster news, and more.

AFC Super Bowl 59 Longshots

Pittsburgh Steelers (+5000)

  • Strengths: Defensive talent (T.J. Watt, Minkah Fitzpatrick, Cam Heyward, Patrick Queen, among others), strong run game with RBs Najee Harris and Jaylen Warren, newly re-worked offensive line
  • Weaknesses: Questionable future at QB (Russell Wilson, Justin Fields), depth at wide receiver behind George Pickens

The Pittsburgh Steelers might be one of the biggest "wildcards" in the AFC, having been a surprise playoff team in 2023 despite a rotation of Kenny Pickett, Mitch Trubisky, and Mason Rudolph, yielding just 13 combined passing touchdowns over the course of the season. They've brought in Russell Wilson and Justin Fields to compete for the starting job, working behind a new offensive line and with once-proven OC Arthur Smith. Given their talent on defense, if they produce even a league-average offense, this could be a sleeper team to watch.

Indianapolis Colts (+6000)

  • Strengths: Run game with Jonathan Taylor behind a solid offensive line, WR depth with Michael Pittman, rookie AD Mitchell, second-year receiver Josh Downs
  • Weaknesses: Depth in secondary at free safety, and cornerback, lack of depth at RB behind Jonathan Taylor, inexperienced passer in Anthony Richardson, coming off a season-ending shoulder injury as a rookie

The Indianapolis Colts are a bit of a wild card team this year after a season-ending injury to then-rookie quarterback Anthony Richardson derailed a promising 2023 campaign. With HC Shane Steichen returning for his second season as an up-and-coming play caller within the league, they Colts have done well building around Richardson in the passing game, signing WR Michael Pittman to an extension this offseason and drafting rookie Adonai Mitchell (Texas) to complement their depth pieces in Josh Downs and Alec Pierce. Though the roster lacks jaw-dropping star power, they remain a well-built, well-rounded team that seems destined to exceed expectations heading into the season.

Tennessee Titans (+15000)

  • Strengths: New depth at WR between DeAndre Hopkins, Calvin Ridley, Tyler Boyd and Treylon Burks, big-time upgrades along the offensive line
  • Weaknesses: Right tackle, depth in the secondary

The Tennessee Titans aren't on anyone's radar to win Super Bowl LIX, but a trove of offseason moves to set their offense up for success in the 2024 season, despite losing star running back Derrick Henry in free agency. They've set up second-year quarterback Will Levis to have a successful 2024 campaign, investing in the wide receiver position in free agency and the offensive line with the additions of center Lloyd Cushenberry and first-round LT J.C. Latham. If the defense can step up, including the offseason addition of star cornerback La'Jarius Sneed via trade, Tennessee could be one of the biggest surprise wild card teams in 2024.

NFL Super Bowl 59 Longshots

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+7500)

  • Strengths: Talented receiving duo of Mike Evans and Chris Godwin, relatively easy division in terms of competition level in NFC South
  • Weaknesses: Question marks along offensive line, inefficient run game, loss of OC Dave Canales (new Panthers HC)

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers made two key re-signings this offseason including that of QB Baker Mayfield and his favorite weapon, WR Mike Evans. Despite having been a surprise playoff team that made their way to the Divisional Round in the 2023 season, the Bucs' Super Bowl odds rank sixth highest (AKA, among the least probable teams) in the NFC. With remaining question marks along the offensive line (which they addressed in Round 1 with center Graham Barton of Duke), there's room to grow for this team. Still, there's no doubt they surprised most fans with their production on both offense and defense in 2023, with the potential to continue making waves in the NFC South.

Seattle Seahawks (+7500)

  • Strengths: WR trio of D.K. Metcalf, Tyler Lockett, and Jaxon Smith-Njigba, second-year cornerback Devon Witherspoon, addition of new HC Mike MacDonald
  • Weaknesses: Regression from QB Geno Smith in 2023, uncertainties on the offensive line, under-performing defense

The Seattle Seahawks have undergone a big-time makeover this offseason, moving on from long-time HC Pete Carroll in favor of former Ravens DC Mike MacDonald. With two offensive powerhouses alongside them in the NFC West, including the 49ers and Rams, they opted toward a defensive-minded head coach to help get them back to the Legion of Boom days. They don't have the same caliber of personnel as they once did on that side of the ball. Still, schematically, they'll get a huge upgrade with several capable playmakers, including second-year cornerback Devon Witherspoon, safety Julian Love, CB Tariq Woolen, and rookie Byron Murphy II on the defensive line.

Minnesota Vikings (+8000)

  • Strengths: Receiving corps, the addition of RB Aaron Jones in free agency, defensive depth
  • Weaknesses: Loss of QB Kirk Cousins in free agency, recovery of star TE T.J. Hockenson from a late-season ACL tear

The Minnesota Vikings have seen their Super Bowl odds fall to the trenches after the departure of star quarterback Kirk Cousins in free agency. However, they've still got a star-studded offense and selected a capable passer in J.J. McCarthy with the 10th overall pick, whose experience in Michigan's pro-style offense, good arm, and sneaky level of athleticism could take the league by surprise. They've got a solid defense led by DC Brian Flores, too, which was helped out by the addition of Byron Murphy Jr. at cornerback.

Super Bowl 59 News

Super Bowl odds will continue to fluctuate throughout the NFL season with breaking news items. Here are some of the biggest "line-movers" we've seen since Kickoff:

  • šŸ“† April 25, 2024: Chicago Bears make two picks in the first round, including the selection of USC QB Caleb Williams with the No. 1 overall pick and Washington WR Rome Odunze at No. 9, improving their Super Bowl odds from +4500 to +3000 post-draft.
  • šŸ“† April 3, 2024: Buffalo Bills trade WR Stefon Diggs to Houston Texans. Though the Bills' Super Bowl odds remained fairly steady, the Texans' odds to win the Big Game improved from +2500 to +1500.
  • šŸ“† March 13, 2024: Free agent quarterback Kirk Cousins signs with the Atlanta Falcons, improving the team's Super Bowl LIX odds from +5000 to +3000.
  • šŸ“† January 21, 2024: The San Francisco 49ers open up as favorites to win Super Bowl 59 at +550, followed by the Ravens (+950) and Chiefs (+1000).
  • šŸ“† Jan. 28: The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Baltimore Ravens 17-10 in the 2023-24 AFC Championship to advance to Super Bowl 58. Meanwhile, the San Francisco 49ers won the 2023-24 NFC Championship. The two teams will face off in Super Bowl LVIII, with the 49ers opening up as 1.5-point favorites over the Chiefs in the Big Game.
  • šŸ“† Jan. 21: Matchups for the 2023-24 AFC and NFC Championships are finalized at the wrap of the divisional round. The No. 1 Ravens will host the No. 3 Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship, while the No. 1 49ers will host the No. 3 Detroit Lions in the NFC Championship.
  • šŸ“† Jan. 15: The NFL's Super Wild-Card Weekend wraps, with the Ravens (first-round bye), Bills, Chiefs and Texans advancing to the divisional round in the AFC. In the NFC, the 49ers (first-round bye), Lions, Buccaneers and Packers advanced to the divisional round, officially narrowing the field of potential Super Bowl winners to eight teams.
  • šŸ“† Jan. 7: The 2023-24 NFL Playoff picture is finalized at the completion of Week 18. In the AFC, the Ravens have earned the No. 1 seed and a first-round bye, followed by the No. 2 Buffalo Bills, No. 3 Kansas City Chiefs and No. 4 Houston Texans rounding out the top four seeds. In the AFC wild card are the No. 5 Cleveland Browns, No. 6 Miami Dolphins and No. 7 Pittsburgh Steelers. In the NFC, the 49ers have earned the No. 1 seed and a first-round bye, followed by the No. 2 Dallas Cowboys, No. 3 Detroit Lions and No. 4 Tampa Bay Buccaneers rounding out the top four seeds. In the NFC wild card are the No. 5 Philadelphia Eagles, No. 6 LA Rams and No. 7 Green Bay Packers.
  • šŸ“† Dec. 31: The Ravens squash the visiting Miami Dolphins 56-19 on 33-19 on the road at Levi Stadium, improving their odds further to +300. Meanwhile, the Bills improved to 10-6 with a win over the Patriots, improving their chances to make the playoffs to 94% according to NFL Next Gen Stats, now with the third-best odds in the league to win Super Bowl 58.
  • šŸ“† Dec. 25: The Ravens defeat the 49ers on 33-19 on the road at Levi Stadium, closing the odds gap between these two teams significantly. Meanwhile, the Chiefs lost to the Raiders at home, shifting their odds from +700 to +800 ā€” the worst they've been since odds originally opened in early January 2023.
  • šŸ“† Dec. 10: The 49ers improved to 10-3 with a key divisional win over the Seahawks, moving their Super Bowl odds from +310 to +230. Meanwhile, the Ravens improved to 10-3 as the top-ranked team in the AFC, overtaking the Chiefs for the second-best odds in the league to win Super Bowl 58 at +550.
  • šŸ“† Dec. 4: Jaguars QB Trevor Lawrence suffers a high ankle sprain, which could sideline him down the stretch. Former Colts LB Shaq Leonard signs with the Eagles.
  • šŸ“† Dec. 3: The 49ers dominate the Eagles in a 42-19 win on the road, moving their Super Bowl odds from +330 to +310. Meanwhile, the Texans pop into the Super Bowl conversation, now at +3500, the ninth-shortest odds to win Super Bowl 58.
  • šŸ“† Nov. 30: TE Zach Ertz requests to be released from the Cardinals, who granted his request.
  • šŸ“† Nov. 29: The Jets designate QB Aaron Rodgers for return from IR after tearing his Achilles on Sept. 11.
  • šŸ“† Nov. 28: Colts RB Jonathan Taylor will miss 2-3 weeks with a thumb injury, and Vikings WR Justin Jefferson is activated off IR.
  • šŸ“† Nov. 27: The Panthers fire head coach Frank Reich just 11 games into his Carolina tenure.
  • šŸ“† Nov. 26: The 49ers take over as odds favorites to win Super Bowl 58 with a 31-13 victory over the Seahawks.
  • šŸ“† Nov. 24: The Commanders fire defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio after losing to the Cowboys.
  • šŸ“† Nov. 22: Chargers linebacker Joey Bosa is placed on IR with a right foot sprain.
  • šŸ“† Nov. 21: The Steelers fire offensive coordinator Matt Canada
  • šŸ“† Nov. 19: The Browns sign QB Joe Flacco to their practice squad following Watson's injury.
  • šŸ“† Nov. 17: The Bengals announce QB Joe Burrow is out for the rest of the season with a torn ligament in his throwing hand. Cincinnati's odds shift from +1300 to +12000.
  • šŸ“† Nov. 15: The Browns announce QB Deshaun Watson will miss the remainder of the 2023 season with a shoulder injury.
  • šŸ“† Nov. 14: The Bills fire OC Ken Dorsey after falling to 5-5 following a loss to the Broncos.
  • šŸ“† Nov. 1: The Raiders fire head coach Josh McDaniels, OC Mick Lombardi and GM David Ziegler, replacing them with Antonio Pierce as interim head coach and Champ Kelly as interim GM.
  • šŸ“† Oct. 31: The NFL trade deadline passes. The biggest trades include former No. 2 overall pick DE Chase Young to the 49ers, CB Rasul Douglas to the Bills, and DE Montez Sweat to the Bears.
  • šŸ“† Oct. 29: Vikings QB Kirk Cousins suffered a ruptured Achilles, ending his 2023 season. They'll move forward with QB Josh Dobbs, who was just acquired from the Cardinals at the trade deadline.
  • šŸ“… Sept. 28: The Lions beat the Packers on Thursday Night Football as mobile Kentucky sports betting opens.

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