NFL Power Rankings based on Super Bowl Odds Prior to 2023 NFL Draft

Alabama Crimson Tide quarterback Bryce Young.
Alabama Crimson Tide quarterback Bryce Young. / Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports

The 2023 NFL Draft is only a few days away, which means it's time for us to take a refresher look at the Super Bowl odds.

The latest changes in the odds likely came during the free agency period this offseason, but some teams may make a leap with draft day trades (Aaron Rodgers, perhaps?) or by hitting big on a pick.

Bryce Young is the heavy favorite to be the No. 1 overall selection by the Carolina Panthers, but outside of that, the draft is relatively an unknown. That should make things interesting over the weekend, and it could lead to some teams making some deals.

Here are my thoughts on how each team stands entering the draft:

1. Kansas City Chiefs (+600)

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes.
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes. / Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

The Chiefs are the unquestioned Super Bowl favorites as long as Patrick Mahomes is healthy.

2. Philadelphia Eagles (+750)

Jalen Hurts received an extension and the Eagles brought back a few key defenders from last year's NFC champion team.

3. Cincinnati Bengals (+850)

Joe Burrow and the Bengals are the only team to really knock off the Chiefs recently, so they earn the No. 3 spot ahead of the draft.

4. San Francisco 49ers (+700)

The 49ers appear to be leaning towards Brock Purdy as their quarterback, but the team is insanely deep in other areas.

5. Buffalo Bills (+850)

Josh Allen and the Bills should be in the mix for the No. 1 spot in the AFC again this season, but they could add some help on defense and the offensive line.

6. Dallas Cowboys (+1400)

The additon of Brandin Cooks should bolster the Dallas offense this season. It will be interesting to see how the team adds in the draft.

7. Los Angeles Chargers (+2500)

After a disappointing postseason in 2022, the Chargers will look to bounce back this season.

8. Jacksonville Jaguars (+2800)

Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence (16).
Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence (16). / Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Jacksonville is looking to add more young talent in the draft to a core that already seems ahead of schedule.

9. Miami Dolphins (+2500)

The health of Tua Tagovailoa is going to be the key for the Miami Dolphins this season, and the team only has four picks to use to bolster the roster.

10. Baltimore Ravens (+2500)

Will Lamar Jackson be back? That's all Ravens fans care about this offseason.

11. Detroit Lions (+2500)

Detroit is a trendy team entering 2023, and the team has two high draft picks to add to an exciting core.

12. New York Jets (+1400)

Aaron Rodgers is rumored to be coming to the Jets, but until the deal is done, it's hard to bet on Jets in the futures market.

13. New York Giants (+4000)

The addition of Darren Waller should help Daniel Jones, but the team needs to figure out the Saquon Barkley contract situation as well.

14. Cleveland Browns (+2800)

Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson.
Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson. / Philip G. Pavely-USA TODAY Sports

Year 2 of Deshaun Watson should be better for Cleveland, but if Lamar Jackson stays in Baltimore, that division is going to be tough.

15. Las Vegas Raiders (+4000)

Derek Carr is out, Jimmy Garoppolo is in, and the Raiders don't look much better than last season.

16. Seattle Seahawks (+4000)

Geno Smith is back for the Seahawks, and the team has a top-five pick that could make this roster even better in 2023.

17. Minnesota Vikings (+4500)

Does Minnesota draft a quarterback? Some mock drafts have them taking the successor to Kirk Cousins this season.

18. Denver Broncos (+2500)

Denver Broncos head coach Sean Payton.
Denver Broncos head coach Sean Payton. / Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

Can Sean Payton fix Russell Wilson? That's the only thing that matters for Broncos fans this season.

19. Pittsburgh Steelers (+5000)

Kenny Pickett is going to be the guy in 2023, and the Steelers should be solid given the fact that Mike Tomlin has never finished below .500 in a season.

20. Los Angeles Rams (+6000)

The Rams moved Jalen Ramsey, and the team may entering a built of a retool or rebuild after last season's struggles.

21. Green Bay Packers (+5000)

Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love (10) warms up.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love (10) warms up. / Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

The Jordan Love era appears to be here, but the Packers may go through some growing pains in the 2023 season.

22. New Orleans Saints (+3500)

Derek Carr is in for the Saints, and he's going to play better than last season if the team is going to make the playoffs.

23. New England Patriots (+6000)

New England watched the AFC East (if the Jets get Rodgers) improve greatly, yet the team looks very similar to last year's squad that missed the playoffs.

24. Carolina Panthers (+7500)

Will Bryce Young be the answer for Carolina? I think he can be, and that makes the Panthers a sneaky team to win the NFC South.

25. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+6500)

Baker Mayfield? Kyle Trask? Tampa's quarterback situation is concerning this season.

26. Chicago Bears (+5000)

Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields.
Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields. / Jamie Sabau-USA TODAY Sports

The Bears have gotten Justin Fields some weapons (mainly DJ Moore), and they could be a much-improved team in 2023.

27. Tennessee Titans (+8000)

Tennessee could be a team dealing on draft night, as the Ryan Tannehill-Derrick Henry era seems to be on its last legs.

28. Washington Commanders (+6000)

Jacoby Brissett and Sam Howell is quite the quarterback room in Washington. I'm not sure how this team will compete with the top teams in the NFC East.

29. Atlanta Falcons (+7000)

Atlanta is another team that could use a quarterback in the draft, but picking at No. 8 may make it tough for the Falcons to get their guy.

30. Arizona Cardinals (+20000)

Arizona's season hangs in the balance with Kyler Murray coming off a torn ACL.

31. Indianapolis Colts (+10000)

Shane Steichen, center, poses for photos with Colts Owner and CEO Jim Irsay.
Shane Steichen, center, poses for photos with Colts Owner and CEO Jim Irsay. / Kelly Wilkinson/IndyStar / USA TODAY

The Colts seem to be poised to draft a quarterback at No. 4, but will that player be a franchise changer?

32. Houston Texans (+20000)

What is Houston doing at No. 2? Will Levis is the favorite to be the pick, but does that mean Houston could trade out? The Texas are a massive wildcard in the draft.

Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.