 This page is all about providing you a detailed look at the odds to win the Super Bowl. As soon as the previous season is in the books, we turn our attention to the future lines for all 32 teams for the next year.  If you want to know who has won the most NFL championships we have that info for you too.

We do our best to keep you informed with the latest information. We will update this page throughout the preseason and each week of the regular season. We will provide checkpoints of previous updates as reference points.

It’s important to note that the sum of the probability of all teams listed will always be over 100%. The percentage over 100% is the sports books hold/vig, so while our implied probability is technically correct, the true probability would be the implied probability divided by the hold.

Another future that is worth taking a look at are the NFL season win totals.  This way if you have a team you are down on, you can easily fade them by riding the under.

## Updated NFL Super Bowl LVIII Lines: Who Vegas Expects to Win in 2024

The Super Bowl is the most lucrative sporting event in the world, and every year, fans and bettors alike try to predict which team will win it all. One way to do this is by looking at the odds to win the Super Bowl.

## What Are Super Bowl Odds?

Super Bowl odds are the probability that a team will win the Super Bowl, expressed as a number. For example, if a team has odds of +1000, that means that you would win \$1,000 for every \$100 you bet on that team to win the Super Bowl.

TeamFanDuelBetMGMCaesarsPointsBetDraftKingsAvg OddsImplied Probability
Chiefs+600+600+700+600+700+64013.51%
49ers+700+600+650+650+650+65013.33%
Eagles+750+800+750+750+750+76011.63%
Cowboys+850+750+800+750+750+78011.36%
Bills+1000+1000+1000+1000+1000+10009.09%
Ravens+1000+1400+1100+1000+1400+11807.81%
Dolphins+1300+1300+1400+1400+1300+13406.94%
Bengals+1900+2000+2000+1800+2000+19404.9%
Lions+2600+2800+2000+2200+2000+23204.13%
Jaguars+2600+2500+2800+2500+2500+25803.73%
Saints+2800+2800+2800+3300+3000+29403.29%
Chargers+3500+3000+2800+3300+3000+31203.11%
Browns+3300+4000+2800+3500+2200+31603.07%
Falcons+3300+4000+3500+3300+4000+36202.69%
Packers+3500+4000+5000+4000+5000+43002.27%
Seahawks+5000+4000+4000+5000+4000+44002.22%
Steelers+4000+4000+4500+5500+5500+47002.08%
Titans+5500+6600+7000+5500+7500+64201.53%
Jets+7000+6600+6000+7000+7000+67201.47%
Vikings+5000+8000+7000+7000+7000+68001.45%
Buccaneers+7000+6600+7000+7000+7000+69201.42%
Rams+8000+8000+7000+7000+7000+74001.33%
Commanders+7500+8000+7000+7500+7500+75001.32%
Patriots+9000+10000+7000+8000+7000+82001.2%
Giants+9000+8000+8000+9000+7500+83001.19%
Broncos+10000+12500+7000+10000+7000+93001.06%
Raiders+12000+10000+8000+9000+10000+98001.01%
Colts+17000+15000+12500+15000+13000+145000.68%
Bears+20000+25000+12500+15000+15000+175000.57%
Panthers+20000+25000+20000+13000+20000+196000.51%
Texans+70000+75000+40000+50000+40000+550000.18%
Cardinals+100000+100000+30000+50000+40000+640000.16%

## How to Read Super Bowl Odds

There are three main types of Super Bowl odds:

• American odds are the most common type of odds used in the United States. They are expressed as a positive or negative number. A positive number indicates how much money you would win for every \$100 you bet, while a negative number indicates how much money you would need to bet to win \$100. For example, if a team has odds of +1000, that means you would win \$1,000 for every \$100 you bet on that team to win the Super Bowl. If a team has odds of -1000, that means you would need to bet \$1,000 to win \$100.
• Decimal odds are used in most European countries. They are expressed as a decimal number, which represents the amount of money you would win for every \$1 you bet. For example, if a team has odds of 1.50, that means you would win \$1.50 for every \$1 you bet on that team to win the Super Bowl.
• Fractional odds are the oldest type of odds and are still used in some countries. They are expressed as a fraction, with the numerator representing the amount of money you would win and the denominator representing the amount of money you would need to bet. For example, if a team has odds of 6/1, that means you would win 6 dollars for every \$1 you bet on that team to win the Super Bowl.

## How to Use Super Bowl Odds to Make Predictions

Once you understand how Super Bowl odds work, you can use them to make predictions about which team will win the Super Bowl. There are a number of factors that you can consider when making your predictions, such as the team’s recent performance, its roster, and its schedule. You can also look at the odds of other teams to get an idea of which teams are considered to be the favorites.

Super Bowl odds are a helpful tool for predicting which team will win the Super Bowl. By understanding how Super Bowl odds work and using them to make predictions, you can increase your chances of winning money on your bets.