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State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, will play home to Super Bowl 57 on February 12th, 2023, when the AFC and NFC champions go head-to-head for the Lombardi Trophy.

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Point spread, money line, and Totals (over/under) are the three primary bet options of any Super Bowl LVII betting line.

The offseason is ending, and we know which teams will be among the betting favorites to win the Lombardi Trophy next year.

Who are the Favorite Teams to Win Super Bowl 57?

Super Bowl 57 betting odds favor the Buffalo Bills (+600) and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+650). Despite making the playoffs three times in a row, the Bills have been unable to break through. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are aiming for a second Lombardi Trophy in three seasons with the return of Tom Brady at quarterback. The Green Bay Packers (+900), Kansas City Chiefs (+900), and the defending champion Los Angeles Rams (+900) round out the current top five in Super Bowl futures odds. 

See the complete list of NFL futures odds for Super Bowl 57 below.

1- Buffalo Bills +600

It won't be the Super Bowl 56 champion, but one of the teams that will take the field on the first night will be the favorite to win Super Bowl 57. The Buffalo Bills, who haven't played in a Super Bowl since the mid-1990s, have been positioned as the betting favorites to win the trophy in 2023 since the Super Bowl 57 odds were posted in the spring.

Josh Allen came within one play of inspiring Buffalo to an incredible comeback victory over the Chiefs in the 2021-22 AFC Championship Game. Still, the Bills ultimately fell short in overtime. 

The thrilling contest even caused the NFL to modify its overtime regulations so that both teams would have a chance to gain possession beginning in 2022–2033.

2 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers +650

After the Greatest Of All Time (GOAT) briefly left the game, the Buccaneers are incredibly fortunate to have Tom Brady come back to play for them. Because they play in the easier conference and an even easier division, oddsmakers believe they have a good chance of emerging from the NFC and competing for the championship. They appear to be the team to beat, especially now that Mike Evans and Chris Godwin are fit and back in the lineup.

3 - Green Bay Packers +900

Aaron Rodgers has returned to the team, while Davante Adams did not make the trip. Even though the Packers will have to continue without their top receiver, the oddsmakers still have them pegged as having a decent chance of winning it all.

4 - Kansas City Chiefs +900

It should be no surprise that Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs are right back near the top of the board for 2023, although they blew a lead to the Bengals in the AFC Championship Game. They will obviously get back their great quarterback and Travis Kelce, but Tyreek Hill's departure may have a significant impact.

5 - Los Angeles Rams +900

With the loss of Von Miller to the Buffalo Bills, the defending Super Bowl champions have bolstered their roster with the additions of Bobby Wagner and Allen Robinson. Would they be the first team since the early 2000s to win back-to-back championships?

6 - Los Angeles Chargers +1000

There is a lot of quality on both sides of the ball, especially following the addition of Khalil Mack and J.C. Jackson to the defense. Justin Herbert had a fantastic season. Could 2018 be the year they break out of the deepest division in football?

7 - Denver Broncos +1500

Russell Wilson was acquired by the Broncos in a blockbuster trade during the summer, giving them a much-needed boost heading into the season. If it weren't for the AFC West division, their chances of winning would be higher.

8 - San Francisco 49ers +1500

Under Kyle Shanahan, they had a great chance to get to another Super Bowl, but they didn't make it. San Francisco should continue to rely on a strong running game and explosive playmakers like Deebo Samuel and George Kittle.

9 - Dallas Cowboys +1600

The Cowboys lost in the first round of the playoffs this year but should be back in the mix thanks to being in the NFC East, an explosive offense, and opportunistic defense.

10 - Baltimore Ravens +1800

The Ravens had a season marred by injuries, and quarterback Lamar Jackson struggled to find his rhythm after getting out to a blazingly fast start. This seems to be a bargain for a squad that has the potential to return to its previous position towards the top of the AFC.

11 - Cincinnati Bengals +1800 

You could easily argue that the current Bengals club is superior to the 2021 version, even though they now face great expectations. Most of the team's key players from last year are back, and many of their summer worries have been resolved. With space to spare, they ought to be able to surpass the 10-win threshold.

12 - Cleveland Browns +1800

Despite having serious Super Bowl hopes for the first time since the Bill Belichick era, the Browns fell to an 8-9 record in 2021 and failed to make the playoffs now, they added a quality quarterback to their roster, but they have no idea when he will make his NFL debut. 

13 - Indianapolis Colts +2300 

Matt Ryan's chemistry with the Colts' offensive line could play a role in defending the team's Super Bowl 57 chances now that he's behind center. 

Jonathan Taylor, who is quickly establishing himself as one of the league's top running backs, has also been a big help to the team. 

14 - Philadelphia Eagles +2500  

The Eagles made the playoffs and had a brief run at the NFC East championship in Jalen Hurts' debut season as the team's starting quarterback. However, the Eagles' domination against some of the league's worst teams only made this feat possible, and now that Philadelphia has had a tremendous offseason, including the addition of A.J. Brown.

15 - Tennessee Titans +2700

Titans are in good shape. They brought back all of their important players, including Henry, Tannehill, and Jones. Even though they need some help on defense in the passing game, they already have one of the top run-blocking units around.

16 - Arizona Cardinals +3000 

The Arizona Cardinals and quarterback Kyler Murray have been involved in some disagreements. According to reports, the organization is looking for him to display a higher leadership level; Murray has removed any references to the Cardinals from his Instagram account. It is possible that this NFL future's odds may drop to more than +5000 if the starting quarterback is sidelined for Week 1.

17 - Las Vegas Raiders +3000

The AFC West is loaded, yet oddsmakers have them labeled as the worst division in the league. In addition to Derek Carr's return, the Raiders have strengthened their roster by acquiring Davante Adams and Chandler Jones. Is it possible that Carr still has some magic left in him for this season to help the team make another run? 

18 - Miami Dolphins +3200

Is Tua Tagovailoa the solution to the problem? The new head coach of the Dolphins, Mike McDaniel, who comes from the 49ers, will be responsible for finding out. After making a miraculous run into the playoffs in 2020, Brian Flores was able to get the best out of his players down the line. The arrival of Tyreek Hill should determine whether Tagovailoa has a successful or unsuccessful stay in Miami.

19 - New England Patriots +3300

The Patriots' current roster does not inspire confidence, but they are still the New England Patriots, which is all that matters. Bill Belichick and company have done an excellent job scouting the quarterback position, as seen by their selection of Mac Jones in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft. The team hopes to improve after an early playoff exit in 2021/22.

20 - New Orleans Saints +3300 

As a result of Sean Payton's departure, New Orleans entered a new era. The defense should continue to be solid, but new head coach Dennis Allen elevated internally from the defensive coordinator position, has a lot of work to do on the offensive side of the ball.

21 - Minnesota Vikings +3800  

The Vikings have brought in Kevin O'Connell, a former offensive coordinator for the Rams, as their new head coach. Dalvin Cook, Justin Jefferson, and Adam Thielen remain among the team's offensive weapons. Is Kirk Cousins the right choice to take the helm of this team? It hasn't worked out for him, but maybe giving it one more go would do the job.

22 - Washington Commanders +6000

Carson Wentz has taken over the starting position as Washington's quarterback, now known as the Commanders. While it is likely that he is not the solution for the long term (is Matt Corrall the answer?), he will suffice for the time being, mainly due to his knowledge of the NFC East.

23- Pittsburgh Steelers +7500 

With the announcement of his formal retirement, Ben Roethlisberger has opened a new era in Pittsburgh. This gives Mitchell Trubisky a second opportunity to take charge of a squad. How will things turn out?

24 -Seattle Seahawks +7500 

Things have become interesting now that Russell Wilson is no longer with the team. What this means is that Seattle is in rebuild mode. There isn't much further that can be done for them in their current state.

25 - Carolina Panthers +8000

With Matt Rhule and Joe Brady at the helm, the Panthers seemed on the right path heading into this season. Prospects for future success in Carolina have risen after QB Baker Mayfield was acquired. Despite the lack of a dramatic movement in the NFL futures odds, Mayfield's presence in Carolina has had an instant good influence on the club.

26 - New York Giants +8000

The Giants signed Brian Daboll as the new head coach, formerly the offensive coordinator in Buffalo. This looks good for Daniel Jones and the rest of the New York offense. Both New York franchises have been two of the worst teams in the NFL over the last five years, and that trend looks to continue.

27 - Jacksonville Jaguars +9500 

It will be interesting to see how the Jaguars' quarterback Trevor Lawrence performs in his second season without Urban Meyer's influence. The Jaguars hired former Eagles head coach Doug Pederson and will be hoping for great things from him in his second season.

28 - Atlanta Falcons +10000 

The Falcons finished the season on a strong note, especially on defense, but Matt Ryan is now with the Colts, and Marcus Mariota is starting at the helm.

29 - Chicago Bears +10000

Many anticipated the Bears to replace Matt Nagy with an offensively oriented coach, but the team instead hired Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus. Justin Fields, who showed glimpses of brilliance as a rookie, is expected to make a significant jump in his performance in his second season.

30 - Detroit Lions +10000  

Even with a strong draft, the Lions are still a few seasons away from a Super Bowl appearance.

31 - New York Jets +10000 

A few Jets fans believe the club can make a jump as the Bengals did in their second season with new franchise quarterback Robert Salah, thanks partly to the significant moves the Jets made on the draft's opening night.

32 - Houston Texans +12000  

Even though the Texans battled hard to keep David Culley as coach in 2021, the team decided to fire him in favor of... Lovie Smith, the former defensive coordinator. This team's chances of winning the Super Bowl rapidly fades without Deshaun Watson.

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Super Bowl Past Winners

Everyone who follows sports understands that the odds are stacked against the favorites. Over the years, this has been particularly true in the NFL. There have been some incredible Super Bowl runs in the NFL by teams who were not considered serious contenders at the start of the year.

Will there be any surprises in 2022-23, or will the favorites hold on?

Year Team Preseason Odds

2021 Los Angeles Rams +1400

2020 Tampa Bay Buccaneers +1000

2019 Kansas City Chiefs +600

2018 New England Patriots +600

2017 Philadelphia Eagles +4000

2016 New England Patriots +600

2015 Denver Broncos +900

2014 New England Patriots +650

2013 Seattle Seahawks +800

2012 Baltimore Ravens +1800

2011 New York Giants +2200

2010 Green Bay Packers +1100

2009 New Orleans Saints +2000

2008 Pittsburgh Steelers +1800

2007 New York Giants +3000

2006 Indianapolis Colts +600

2005 Pittsburgh Steelers +1200

2004 New England Patriots +600

2003 New England Patriots +1500

2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers +1200

2001 New England Patriots +6000

2000 Baltimore Ravens +2200

Other NFL Future Bets

NFL football futures odds are getting to be almost as popular as game wagering, and include odds to win the Super Bowl, Conference, and Division Championships, and over / under betting on total wins for a team on the season. BetPhoenix Sportsbook is your source for the best in NFL football futures odds wagering action. Open your account today for a great bonus and the ultimate experience in sports gambling.

Total Wins

One segment of the NFL Football Futures odds that is rapidly growing in popularity is total wins for a season on each team. For example the Dallas Cowboys could have a total of 9 wins for the regular season posted on the BetPhoenix board and gamblers could then bet on whether or not the Cowboys would go over or under a total of 9 wins for the campaign.

Division and Conference Betting

Also highly popular in NFL Football Futures odds betting is future action on which team will win the their respective conference or division titles. This is a way to not just bet on the one team that will win it all, but also on other good teams who can accomplish various high points during the season.

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