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2023 Super Bowl Odds: Chiefs and Bills Remain Favorites

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After Wild Card Weekend the odds to win the Super Bowl have shifted!

There are just 8 teams remaining in the NFL playoffs after a riveting Super Wild Card Weekend! The Jaguars overcame a 27-0 deficit to beat the Chargers, the Dolphins hung with the Bills despite missing Tua Tagovailoa, and the Ravens were literally inches away from beating the Bengals.

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Super Bowl Odds at BetMGM

  • Chiefs: +300
  • Bills: +350
  • 49ers: +400
  • Eagles: +500
  • Bengals: +800
  • Cowboys: +1200
  • Giants: +2500
  • Jags: +3000

Chiefs and Bills remain Super Bowl Favorites

The Chiefs (+300) and Bills (+350) have been the Super Bowl favorites for the majority of the season and that remains the case. The Chiefs had a first-round bye so it isn’t too surprising to see their odds remain high.

On the other hand, the Bills struggled a bit more than expected against the Miami Dolphins. The Bills were 13.5-point favorites at most sportsbooks but only won by 3 points and were losing in the third quarter at one point.

The Bills head into the Divisional Round as 3.5-point favorites over the Bengals. The Chiefs are 7.5-point favorites over the Jaguars.

49ers and Eagles are very likely to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl

The 49ers (+400) and Eagles (+500) are by far the biggest favorites heading into the Divisional round. The Eagles opened up as 7-point favorites against the Giants and are 2-0 against them this season.

After a drubbing of the Seahawks, the 49ers head into the Divisional round as just 3.5-point home favorites over the Cowboys.

The Niners seemingly drew the short end of the stick as the two seed, facing a much tougher opponent without rest.

Bengals and Cowboys are the forgotten ones in AFC and NFC

The Bengals (+800) barely hung on against their divisional rival in the Wild Card Round and now travel to Buffalo as 3.5-point underdogs. With offensive lineman Jonah Williams joining an already banged-up offensive line, Joe Burrow is going to have an extremely tough time avoiding pressure.

The Cowboys (+1200) came away with a big win over the Bucs but now have to go on the road to San Francisco with two days less rest than the Niners.

They certainly drew the short end of the stick from that standpoint but are only 3.5-point underdogs. If you are shopping for value, the Cowboys might be the best look on the board.

Giants and Jaguars have a long way to go

The Giants (+2500) have had an incredible season but at this point are very likely to be heavy underdogs in every game they played. They are more than touchdown underdogs against a well-rested Eagles team at Lincoln Financial Field.

If they somehow get past the Eagles, they will likely have to face the 49ers or Cowboys on the road. It’s tough to fathom them beating any of those opponents, let alone two in a row.

The Jaguars completed one of the biggest comebacks in NFL history against the Chargers after going down 27-0.

Now they have to go on the road to play at arrowhead against a Chiefs team fresh off a bye. They are currently 8.5-point underdogs but I bet it will close closer to 10 points. If the Jaguars somehow do pull off the upset, they would have to travel to the Bills or Bengals.

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Author: Connor Allen

Connor Allen utilizes advanced analytics and his knowledge of football to create an edge in sports betting and fantasy leagues. He writes a weekly player prop article that's won over 57% of the time in each of the past two seasons. He placed first and 10th in the FFPC Divisional Round Playoff Contest along with fellow 4for4 writer, Joe Paeno. Connor currently resides in Chicago where he owns a small business and can be found on twitter @ConnorAllenNFL.