The NFL playoff races are heating up.
At this point, we generally know which teams are good and which are not. But with more than two months until Super Bowl 58 in Las Vegas, there’s still time for chaos to reign.
Here’s a look at the latest Super Bowl 58 odds.
Super Bowl Betting Odds
NFL odds used for these best bets are from Wednesday, Nov. 8, and courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook.
- Kansas City Chiefs (+475)
- Philadelphia Eagles (+550)
- San Francisco 49ers (+600)
- Baltimore Ravens (+950)
- Dallas Cowboys (+1000)
- Detroit Lions (+1100)
- Miami Dolphins (+1100)
- Cincinnati Bengals (+1200)
- Jacksonville Jaguars (+1600)
- Buffalo Bills (+2000)
- Los Angeles Chargers (+3500)
- Cleveland Browns (+4000)
- Seattle Seahawks (+4000)
Super Bowl 58 Best Bet
Philadelphia Eagles (+550)
The Eagles have not given anyone a reason to doubt them. Philadelphia has answered every question and thwarted every conference challenger, with its lone blemish being a loss to the Jets.
The Eagles have a dominant offense, led by quarterback Jalen Hurts and his two-headed receiving monster of A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith. They also run the ball effectively with Hurts and D’Andre Swift.
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But their defense is what sets them apart since the Eagles have game-wreckers at every level on that side of the ball. It’s hard to see anyone challenging them for the NFC title, given the way other conference contenders have played this season.
If Philly gets to the Super Bowl this season, I think it’ll find a way to win.
Super Bowl 58 Favorites
Kansas City Chiefs (+475)
The Chiefs are winning with a different method this season. Sure, Patrick Mahomes has played like an MVP candidate and has the same rapport with All-Pro tight end Travis Kelce, but KC’s passing game has been inconsistent due to its inexperienced receivers.
The KC defense has been awesome, led by Chris Jones and an unheralded group. That unit has carried the team to the top of the AFC.
If the Chiefs are going to repeat as champs, they’ll be led by Mahomes, a solid running game, and their defense.
San Francisco 49ers (+600)
It’s hard to tell which 49ers we’ll see in the playoffs. Will it be the group that started 5-0 and rolled the Cowboys 42-10 on national TV or the one that dropped three straight, including a two-touchdown home loss to Cincinnati?
- Read more on why the Niners are among the favorites in our NFC Championship odds.
The Niners are as loaded as any team in football, especially in their defensive front seven. Offensively, San Francisco is a different team if Deebo Samuel returns healthy, as the all-purpose wideout adds another weapon to an arsenal that includes Christian McCaffrey.
Super Bowl 58 Contenders
Baltimore Ravens (+950)
The Ravens have become one of the top Super Bowl contenders seemingly out of nowhere. But there’s no denying their résumé, which includes routs of the Lions and Seahawks and a win at Cincinnati.
Lamar Jackson has played like an MVP candidate, and Baltimore’s defense is elite. But the Ravens’ Super Bowl hopes will come down to whether they can win in January since coach John Harbaugh is 1-4 in his past five playoff games.
Miami Dolphins (+1100)
With all due respect to the Cowboys, the Dolphins have played like one of the top teams in football this season despite not yet earning a statement win.
But Miami’s offensive line will continue to get better, and if it can keep Tua Tagovailoa healthy, that side of the ball will be fine.
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The Dolphins already welcomed back cornerback Jalen Ramsey to play opposite fellow All-Pro cornerback Xavien Howard, which only boosts their defense.
Plus, if the Dolphins can hang on and win the AFC East, they may end up with home-field advantage throughout the playoffs. Miami has been a different team at home this season, which could be a huge factor.
Super Bowl 58 Sleepers
Buffalo Bills (+2000)
The Bills have been a hard team to figure out. They have a top-five offense and a top-five defense yet are outside the playoff field as of early November.
Josh Allen has protected the ball relatively well, and Buffalo has a four-touchdown win over Miami on its résumé. It also needed a last-second goal-line stand to beat the Giants at home.
But if Buffalo gets into the playoff field — and I can’t imagine it won’t — it still has an elite defense and game-breakers. At these odds, it’s hard to pass up a sprinkle on the Bills.
New York Jets (+7500)
No one in the AFC should want the Jets to get into the playoffs, especially with the rumors swirling of Aaron Rodgers’ potential return from an Achilles tear.
New York is in the hunt despite woefully substandard quarterback play due to its elite defense, which is arguably the best in football. That defense and the explosiveness of running back Breece Hall give New York a formula for success when the weather gets cold.
It’s hard to imagine Zach Wilson defeating the likes of Allen, Mahomes, or Jackson on the road in the AFC playoffs. But the Jets have beaten the Bills and Eagles, and they hung with the Chiefs in their 23-20 loss on Oct. 1.