Week 1 of the 2022-23 NFL season was one of the craziest in recent memory thanks to several last-second outcomes. The aftermath has already affected Super Bowl 57 NFL betting odds. If you’re looking to get an idea of the best 2023 NFL Super Bowl odds as you prepare to make futures bets, you’ve come to the right place.
As we saw the first week of games unfold, some teams quickly showed the talent level we expected of them. Others, like the Green Bay Packers, fell flat and showed major weaknesses. Of course, a major hand injury to Dak Prescott has also already shaken up the NFC.
2023 Super Bowl odds
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For example, a $100 bet on the team with the best Super Bowl odds — the Buffalo Bills at +500 — would pay a $500 profit if they manage to win Super Bowl LVII. Let’s take a look at the latest 2023 Super Bowl odds and break down the teams whose odds present the best value.
Rising Super Bowl odds
Buffalo Bills (+500)
Coming off a dominant 31-10 smackdown of the defending Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams, it’s not surprising the Bills saw a small increase in their odds by 100. Not everything went right for Buffalo, including two drops that led to interceptions and a running game that was once again ineffective. It didn’t matter as the Rams’ offense was overwhelmed by three layers of playmakers on the Bills’ defense.
Buffalo is justifiably the top team in the AFC after Week 1. Josh Allen completed 26 of 31 passes as new offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey prioritized a more efficient attack. Allen was cerebral, and both Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis starred. This will be a powerhouse unit all year even if the run game isn’t a high-volume attack at any point.
Betting on the Bills right now won’t net you the best value on their Super Bowl odds. For as good as they are, they’re bound to reach a tough stretch at some point. The quality of the AFC means sportsbooks won’t lower odds too much from this +500 number.
Los Angeles Chargers (+1300)
Even though the Chargers were favorites against the Las Vegas Raiders, this felt more like a coin-flip game than not. It played out that way as the Chargers showed off an efficient and effective passing game and playmaking defense. LA’s winning margin of five was actually disappointing considering they had zero turnovers and sacks allowed compared to six sacks and three interceptions forced on Vegas.
That being said, a divisional win was huge for the Chargers. Justin Herbert played well even after losing Keenan Allen to a hamstring injury, getting production from DeAndre Carter, Gerald Everett, and Tre’ McKitty. Receivers Mike Williams and Josh Palmer combined for only five catches for 15 yards.
The real stars of the game were additions Khalil Mack and Bryce Callahan. Mack had three sacks in his debut as Joey Bosa added 1.5 of his own. Callahan nabbed an interception and showed off the versatility he’s become known for throughout his career.
The Chargers may still be heartbreakers with their ability to tease us, but they’re a better team in 2022 than they were in 2021, and it showed in Week 1.
Philadelphia Eagles (+1600)
There’s no question the Eagles were huge Week 1 winners. First, they grinded out a high-scoring game against an upstart Detroit team that almost clawed their way back for a win. Then, they saw Prescott go down for a significant amount of time, clearing their runway to win the NFC East.
The Eagles’ ground game was brilliant as usual, with Miles Sanders and Jalen Hurts each topping 90 yards with a score. New addition A.J. Brown was fantastic as well, with 10 catches for 155 yards. The defense played relatively well until they relaxed in the fourth quarter.
Philadelphia’s 38-35 win led to their 2023 Super Bowl odds rising by 400 per unit bet. That’s massive for one week. Now is the time to jump on this line if you didn’t grab it when we recommended it this past offseason.
Minnesota Vikings (+2500)
Talk about a debut for new head coach Kevin O’Connell. Minnesota’s decision to delay their rebuilding efforts so far has paid off. The Vikings walloped the Packers 23-7, causing Aaron Rodgers to visibly shake his head in disgust at his receivers after almost every play.
Kirk Cousins and Justin Jefferson combined for a massive day. Cousins completed 23 of 32 passes for 277 yards and two scores. Of those yards, 184 of them (and both touchdowns) were produced by Jefferson.
The Vikings’ defense clamped down on the Packers’ offense. Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon combined for only 15 carries for 94 yards and one score. Rodgers completed 22 of 34 attempts for 195 yards and one interception.
Minnesota deserves a ton of credit for how well their young secondary and trench players stepped up. If Cameron Dantzler and this defensive line continue to play this well, the Vikings are a potentially great sleeper to reach the Super Bowl.
Falling Super Bowl odds
Green Bay Packers (+1300)
What a disastrous game for Rodgers and the Packers. I was fading this team’s postseason odds as much as I could throughout the offseason because of their lack of playmaking. The Vikings dominated this matchup throughout the game, and the Packers continued to squander away the few opportunities they earned.
Green Bay may respond as they did after last season’s embarrassing Week 1 loss to the New Orleans Saints. But this team has fewer clear answers than ever before. They’ll be relying upon inconsistent rookie receivers with major drops issues in Romeo Doubs and Christian Watson to fix this offense.
The early adversity isn’t the end of the world for a team that has churned out 13 wins in the regular season as if it were preordained. Expect Green Bay’s defense to improve quickly. However, the way they have to win is ugly and less reliant on their offense than what we’re used to.
Dallas Cowboys (+2200)
Talk about tough luck. With Prescott sidelined for 6-8 weeks with a right thumb injury that requires surgery, the Cowboys have a major uphill climb to make. Backup Cooper Rush will now lead a talented unit that underperformed against Tampa Bay on Sunday Night Football.
Prescott couldn’t get a thing going as Tampa Bay continued to pressure him. But Rush will have an easier time in several of their upcoming matchups. The Giants, Commanders, and Lions are far from stellar opponents. But games against the Bengals, Rams, and Eagles will present much bigger challenges.
It’s possible the Cowboys are out of the NFC East race by the time Prescott returns. Taking a longshot bet on them makes more sense to do later because their odds will plummet in the coming weeks.
Cincinnati Bengals (+2500)
The Bengals came out on the losing end of the wildest game of the week. The Steelers outlasted Cincinnati after nabbing four interceptions off Joe Burrow, then Minkah Fitzpatrick saved the game with his extra-point block that would’ve won the game for the Bengals. It was an insane set of events featuring several missed field goals from two solid kickers.
While the Steelers deserve credit for forcing turnovers and overcoming an ineffective offense, this was a squandered game by the Bengals more than anything. That could prove costly in a close race in the AFC North. Seeing Cleveland pull out a close win against Carolina furthered that concern.
The Bengals will be just fine, but their running game was stifled as Joe Mixon totaled 82 yards on 27 carries despite their offensive line upgrades. Tee Higgins also left the game early after only two catches for 27 yards. This team needs to get their act together and not fumble more opportunities to pick up wins.
San Francisco 49ers (+2500)
It wasn’t too surprising to see the 49ers get upset, considering the horrible weather Chicago and San Francisco dealt with on Sunday. Quarterback Trey Lance was awful, completing 13 of 28 passes and throwing a bad interception that helped seal the game for Chicago. Lance led the team in rushing with 54 yards after Elijah Mitchell suffered a knee injury, but the unit was stuck in the mud for most of the contest.
There’s no reason to fully get off the 49ers’ train if you believe Lance will progress from Week 1 to Week 18 in his first starting season. But I’ve been down on Lance’s ability to be that difference-maker as a passer, at least for 2022. The 49ers will suffer from these uneven performances even when the weather is good. Yet, if you’re in on the 49ers, consider taking them at this value.