Odds to win Super Bowl 58: Jets surging amid Aaron Rodgers trade rumours
Aaron Rodgers may be on the move. Aaron Rodgers may be on the move. Photo by Morry Gash/AP.

It's not too early to look ahead at next year's Big Game.

The pregame narrative: The defending champion Kansas City Chiefs are the favourites to repeat and win Super Bowl LVIII. The Buffalo Bills are next on the board and the Jacksonville Jaguars (+2,500) are trending upward. The New York Jets, who appear close to trading for Aaron Rodgers, have also moved up.

Check out the latest Super Bowl 58 odds for next season's championship.

Super Bowl 58 odds

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TeamOdds (Mar. 24)Odds (Mar. 15)
Kansas City Chiefs+600+600
Buffalo Bills+800+800
Cincinnati Bengals+800+800
San Francisco 49ers+800+800
Philadelphia Eagles+900+800
New York Jets+1,400+1,400
Dallas Cowboys+1,700+1,700
Detroit Lions+2,200+2,200
Los Angeles Chargers+2,200+2,200
Jacksonville Jaguars+2,500+2,500
Miami Dolphins+2,500+2,500
Baltimore Ravens+2,800+2,800
New Orleans Saints+2,800+2,800
Cleveland Browns+3,500+3,500
Denver Broncos+3,500+3,500
Green Bay Packers+4,000+4,000
Minnesota Vikings+4,000+4,000
New York Giants+4,000+4,000

NFL odds as of 3:40 p.m. on 03/24/2023.

Check out the latest Super Bowl LVIII odds

Super Bowl betting favourite

The No. 1 choice: Kansas City Chiefs (+600)

The Chiefs are the betting favourites to repeat as Super Bowl champs.

Kansas City, a slim betting underdog for Super Bowl 57, trailed by 10 at halftime before hanging 24 on the Eagles in the second half to win its second title of the Patrick Mahomes era.

The Chiefs won on a 27-yard field goal as time expired to complete a memorable comeback.

With Mahomes — the regular season and Super Bowl MVP — under centre, it's hard to argue with Kansas City's spot atop the odds leaderboard. The superstar quarterback has led his team to five consecutive AFC Championship games and three Super Bowl appearances since taking over as the starter.

Simply put, the road through the AFC must go through Mahomes at some point.

Of course, a wager on Kansas City also includes backing a coaching staff that features some of the best minds in the game. Andy Reid's ability to scheme an offensive game plan is second to none, while Steve Spagnuolo continues to find ways to get the most out of his defences.

If there's one area for concern, it's at wide receiver. Mecole Hardman is an unrestricted free agent and JuJu Smith-Schuster reportedly signed with the New England Patriots, leaving the team very thin at the position. Of course, Travis Kelce takes a lot of pressure off the wideouts.

Other choices to win Super Bowl LVIII

TeamOdds (Mar. 24)Odds (Mar. 15)
Chicago Bears+5,000+5,000
Las Vegas Raiders+5,000+5,000
Carolina Panthers+6,000+6,000
Los Angeles Rams+6,000+4,000
Pittsburgh Steelers+6,000+6,000
Seattle Seahawks+6,000+6,000
New England Patriots+7,000+7,000
Washington Commanders+7,000+7,000
Atlanta Falcons+7,500+7,500
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+8,000+8,000
Tennessee Titans+10,000+10,000
Indianapolis Colts+12,500+12,500
Arizona Cardinals+17,500+17,500
Houston Texans+17,500+17,500

Best value: Jacksonville Jaguars (+2,500)

Winning the AFC South seems like just the beginning for Jacksonville.

The Jaguars won six consecutive games and seven of their last eight to end the season. Their run included wins over playoff teams like the Baltimore Ravens and Dallas Cowboys before a victory over the Tennessee Titans in Week 18 to clinch the division.

Trevor Lawrence broke out in his second season, finishing the year with 4,113 passing yards, 25 touchdowns and eight interceptions. It helped to have Super Bowl-winning head coach Doug Pederson at the helm, as he brought some semblance of normalcy to the team at all levels.

The biggest knock against the Jags was their lack of talent at wide receiver, but they'll benefit from the return of Calvin Ridley. They acquired him at last year's trade deadline, and the star wideout totalled 1,374 receiving yards in his last full season.

Team to watch: Chicago Bears (+5,000)

Some recent developments are piquing our interest in Chicago.

The Bears, as many expected, dealt the No. 1 pick in the draft to the Carolina Panthers. General manager Ryan Poles deserves a lot of credit for what he was able to fetch for the pick.

Here's what they were able to add:

  • 9th overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft
  • 61st overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft
  • 2024 first-round pick
  • 2025 second-round pick
  • DJ Moore

The haul will allow Chicago to build around franchise QB, Justin Fields, and gives him a legitimate No. 1 wide receiver in Moore.

Rodgers' impending departure from Green Bay would be another positive for the Bears.

Super Bowl 58 odds notes

  • New Orleans made the first big splash of the offseason, signing Derek Carr to a four-year contract. The Saints are hoping the longtime Las Vegas Raiders QB can bring some stability to the position. Carr played in one playoff game for Las Vegas, losing to the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2022 wild-card round.
  • Baltimore placed the non-exclusive franchise tag on Lamar Jackson, meaning any team can offer the QB a contract. Surprisingly, his availability has been met with crickets as no team has reached out just yet. Despite the shocking lack of interest, the Ravens' odds have fallen from +2,500 to +2,800.
  • New York's surging up the odds leaderboard as the team closes in on a deal for Rodgers. The legendary QB stated that he intends to play for the Jets next season.

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