Super Bowl 59 Odds

Pat Pickens
Last Updated: Feb 27, 2024

Super Bowl 58 was one for the ages, but now all eyes will turn to the 2024 NFL season.

The Chiefs will try to become the first team in NFL history to win three straight Super Bowls. No team since the Green Bay Packers of 1965-67 has won three straight NFL titles, but the Chiefs could become the first of the Super Bowl era with a win in Super Bowl 59.

But there’ll be 31 other teams gunning for KC, hoping to lift the Lombardi Trophy in New Orleans next February.

Here’s a look at the way-too-early Super Bowl 59 odds.

Super Bowl 59 Betting Odds

NFL betting odds used for these Super Bowl 59 picks are from Monday, Feb. 12, and courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook.

  • San Francisco 49ers (+550)
  • Kansas City Chiefs (+650)
  • Baltimore Ravens (+900)
  • Buffalo Bills (+1000)
  • Detroit Lions (+1200)
  • Cincinnati Bengals (+1300)
  • Miami Dolphins (+1700)
  • Dallas Cowboys (+2000)
  • Philadelphia Eagles (+2000)
  • Houston Texans (+2200)
  • Los Angeles Chargers (+2200)
  • New York Jets (+2500)
  • Chicago Bears (+3000)
  • Jacksonville Jaguars (+3000)
  • Atlanta Falcons (+3500)
  • Cleveland Browns (+3500)
  • Los Angeles Rams (+3500)
  • Indianapolis Colts (+4500)

Super Bowl 59 Best Bet

Buffalo Bills (+1000)

No team has won three straight Super Bowls for a reason, and Buffalo is the team most likely to take advantage if the Chiefs falter.

The Bills have been ousted by the Chiefs in three of the past four seasons, and KC has gone on to win the Super Bowl in two of those campaigns. The Bills seem even more likely to make the leap in 2024 when you consider Josh Allen led the NFL with 44 touchdowns (29 passing & 15 rushing) and became less turnover-prone late in the season, with only seven interceptions over Buffalo’s final nine games (7-2 during that span).

The road for Buffalo will be arduous since Miami and the Jets will undoubtedly challenge for the division title. Plus, the Bills famously have never won the Super Bowl in four tries.

But their defense should be healthier with the returns of Tre’Davious White and Matt Milano. We’ll see what kind of upgrades the rest of the roster gets, but Buffalo should go into the season as one of the teams to beat.

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Super Bowl 59 Favorites

San Francisco 49ers (+550)

The reigning NFC champs, who have been to the NFC Championship Game in four of the past five seasons and lost the Super Bowl twice in that span, are the frontrunners to win it all.

The Niners are worthy favorites since they are loaded at every position. Still, after watching Kyle Shanahan once again blow a double-digit lead in the Super Bowl, it’d be hard for me to believe they can somehow get over the hump.

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Kansas City Chiefs (+650)

Patrick Mahomes rightly said the Chiefs should never be considered underdogs. But no team has ever won three consecutive Super Bowls, and that’s almost six decades of history showing how difficult it will be to accomplish that feat.

KC will always have a chance with Mahomes, Travis Kelce, and Andy Reid, who has led KC to four of the past five Super Bowls and won three in that span. But if I’m betting on KC or the Field, I’m taking the Field for Super Bowl 59.

Super Bowl 59 Contenders

Detroit Lions (+1200)

The Lions made the leap in 2023, trekking all the way to the NFC Championship Game. If that progression continues, Detroit could be poised to participate in its first Super Bowl.

I’m anxious about Dan Campbell’s aggressiveness and whether he could stay out of the way in a pressure-packed game. Detroit blew a 17-point advantage in its three-point loss to the 49ers in the NFL Championship Game.

But Detroit is loaded, especially offensively. It should be back.

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Cincinnati Bengals (+1300)

The Bengals had the season from hell in 2023, and they still almost made the playoffs.

Joe Burrow is the only active quarterback to defeat Mahomes in a playoff game, and he should be 100% after dealing with a calf injury and then a season-ending wrist injury.

His offense could take a hit if Tyler Boyd and/or Tee Higgins leave during free agency, but if they can retain one or both receivers, Cincinnati should be fine.

Super Bowl 59 Sleepers

Philadelphia Eagles (+2000)

It’s hard to believe the Eagles are this long of a bet to win the Super Bowl.

Philadelphia was minutes away from winning Super Bowl 57 and was the favorite to win it all for much of the 2023 season. With an embarrassment of offensive riches, plus about $20 million to shop with in free agency, not including some more that could be attained with cuts, the Eagles should again be one of the NFC’s top dogs in 2024.

Philly needs to clean up its defensive scheme and secondary. But that’s about the only weakness Nick Sirianni’s club has, and it is a highly fixable problem given the team’s cap space.

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New York Jets (+2500)

The Jets went 7-10 with arguably the worst quarterback play in NFL history in 2023. New York should get a healthy Aaron Rodgers back after he missed all but four snaps of the team’s season, and the Jets will be a bona fide contender if Rodgers is ready to go.

Rodgers won’t fix everything, especially since New York’s offensive line struggled this season. But given the Jets’ exceptional defense, solid skill position players, and Rodgers’ mobility (which could cover the O-line deficiencies), the Jets will make for a good Super Bowl sleeper.

Past Super Bowl Results

Super Bowl 58: Kansas City Chiefs 25, San Francisco 49ers 22 (OT)

Super Bowl 57: Kansas City Chiefs 38, Philadelphia Eagles 35

Super Bowl 56: Los Angeles Rams 23, Cincinnati Bengals 20

Super Bowl 55: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31, Kansas City Chiefs 9

Super Bowl 54: Kansas City Chiefs 31, San Francisco 49ers 20

Super Bowl 53: New England Patriots 13, Los Angeles Rams 3

Super Bowl 52: Philadelphia Eagles 41, New England Patriots 33

Super Bowl 51: New England Patriots 34, Atlanta Falcons 28 OT

Super Bowl 50: Denver Broncos 24, Carolina Panthers 10


Pat Pickens

Pat Pickens is a seasoned sportswriter who has covered the NHL since 2013 for various websites, including The New York Times,,, USA Today, the Associated Press and many others. His debut book, titled "The Whalers" about the history of the NHL's Hartford Whalers, was released in October 2021.

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