Now is the best time to look ahead to Super Bowl 57 in February 2023 in Glendale, Arizona. The Rams were +1200, and the Bengals were +15000 for the 55th edition, and this year, the odds are looking really attractive.
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Buffalo Bills are at the Top
The odds are in favor of the Buffalo Bills. Their opening odds stand at +750 and regular odds at +600. The Buccaneers and the Kansas City Chiefs follow with opening and regular odds of +2200 and +700 and +750 and +1000, respectively.
The Bengals are expected to stay away from the Super Bowl this season because of cutthroat AFC competition. They might have had a chance if it hadn’t been for that – after all, they have an amazing quarterback and are a talented team.
However, the AFC features a star roster: Josh Allen, Justin Herbert, Patrick Mahomes, and Lamar Jackson are just examples. This offseason, they added Russell Wilson and Deshaun Watson.
The Bengals were close last season, but the conference is loaded now even though Joe Burrow is as good a quarterback in the league as any. Whatever your prediction, it’s definitely a good idea to shop around for the best MNF odds.
With Sean McVay and Matthew Stafford still in place, the Rams have decent prospects. Although the team lost key members like Robert Woods, Odell Beckham Jr., and Von Miller, they gained Bobby Wagner, Allen Robinson, and other promising additions.
The Rams have more attractive odds than the Packers and Bucs even though their roster pales in comparison to their championship team.
Top Long-Shot Bets
Tampa Bay (+2200) and Denver (+1800) were popular long shots because of their quality lineup. However, both teams lost value with Tom Brady deciding he’d spent enough time with his family and Wilson going to Denver. With odds of +1600, the Broncos still have one of the better rosters, but they’re not the only candidates for winning long-shot bets.
The Ravens have been performing well recently. Lamar Jackson, an MVP winner, is one of the top quarterbacks in the league. Their defense shines too.
Last season, the team managed 8-9 despite being marred by injury. Their Super Bowl odds are decent with +2200. They’ve made a number of impressive draft picks.
Odds of +9000 make Pittsburgh somewhat interesting because of their quarterback advantage. This season, the only team to draft a quarterback in the first round was the Steelers. Kenny Pickett is sufficiently experienced with a higher upside than Mitchell Trubisky. If he does a good job, the Steelers might be a real threat, having adequate talent on both sides of the ball.
A couple of weeks ago, the team’s odds were +6000. As Trubisky looks set to be the season starter, the team’s odds have lengthened.
The Best Bet
Buffalo and Tampa Bay are both ready to win. They are both likely to strengthen their rosters by including veterans throughout the season and have directed their drafts toward players who will help immediately. Experts are certain both teams will play well. They might never get better odds.