Opening 2023 Super Bowl Odds (Bills, Chiefs Leading Contenders Over Bengals, Rams)

Bills quarterback Josh Allen runs from the pocket.
Bills quarterback Josh Allen runs from the pocket. / Jamie Germano / USA TODAY NETWORK

As the NFL season comes to a close, it’s time to start looking ahead to the next one, and we have the opening odds for the Super Bowl in 2023 to look forward to. 

WynnBET Sportsbook has released odds for who will win the Super Bowl in 2023, and while a few contenders top the list, there are also some teams that oddsmakers think will make a leap next season. 

Opening Odds to Win Super Bowl 2023

  • Buffalo Bills: +700
  • Kansas City Chiefs: +700
  • Cincinnati Bengals: +1200
  • Los Angeles Rams: +1200
  • San Francisco 49ers: +1200
  • Denver Broncos: +1500
  • Dallas Cowboys: +1800
  • Tennessee Titans: +1800
  •  Baltimore Ravens: +2000
  • Green Bay Packers: +2000
  • Indianapolis Colts: +2000
  • Los Angeles Chargers: +2000
  • Minnesota Vikings: +2500
  • Arizona Cardinals: +3000
  • Cleveland Browns: +3000
  • New England Patriots: +3000
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers: +3500
  • Miami Dolphins: +4000
  • Philadelphia Eagles: +4000
  • Chicago Bears: +5000
  • New Orleans Saints: +5000
  • Seattle Seahawks: +5000
  • Washington Commanders: +5000
  • Las Vegas Raiders: +6000
  • Atlanta Falcons: +7500
  • Carolina Panthers: +7500
  • Jacksonville Jaguars: +7500
  • Pittsburgh Steelers: +7500
  • New York Giants: +10000
  • Detroit Lions: +15000
  • Houston Texans: +15000
  • New York Jets: +20000

Denver Broncos’ Super Bowl 2023 Odds Hint at Aaron Rodgers Acquisition

For the second straight season, the Denver Broncos’ odds to win the Super Bowl are extremely short, especially for a team that doesn’t have a quarterback. 

After Denver hired Nathaniel Hackett as its head coach, it seems more likely that Aaron Rodgers could end up in Denver next season, and oddsmakers agree by giving Denver the sixth-shortest odds to win it all. 

Buccaneers Expected to Struggle Following Tom Brady Departure 

Tom Brady’s retirement has knocked the Tampa Bay Buccaneers all the way back to +3500 to win the Super Bowl after they were one of the top favorites in the 2021 season. 

Tampa’s move at the quarterback position will likely determine whether or not it improves upon those odds in the offseason. 

Carson Wentz or Not, Oddsmakers Love the Colts

The Indianapolis Colts missed the playoffs in the 2021 season, but they are still +2000 to win the Super Bowl next season. 

Carson Wentz reportedly could be out as the team’s quarterback, and that hasn’t really changed the team’s outlook, as oddsmakers appear to be high on the team’s running game and defense heading into the 2022 season.