Super Bowl 2024 Exact Matchup Odds
Is it too soon to predict and wager on next year’s Super Bowl matchup (Sunday, Feb. 14, 2024, in Las Vegas)?
I say no.
I’d dare say we’re down to only eight teams that can make the Super Bowl – and including Dallas at this point is being charitable after Sunday night’s stomping by San Francisco.
Here are the latest odds, courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook, which is one of our favorites here at OddsSeeker, along with many other great gambling sites in the U.S., including FanDuel Sportsbook, BetMGM, and more. And, good news: All of these sites accept PayPal and/or Venmo.
For you Roman-numerally challenged readers this will be Super Bowl 58.
Super Bowl LVIII Winner
San Francisco 49ers +450
Kansas City Chiefs +500
Philadelphia Eagles +650
Buffalo Bills +1000
Miami Dolphins +1000
Dallas Cowboys +1200
Baltimore Ravens +1500
Detroit Lions +1800
Detroit is the clear dark horse and I’ll write about the Lions later in the week, but today we’re looking at what seems to be the most likely matchup.
I’ve been on the record since April saying the Eagles will win the Lombardi Trophy next February and deny the Bills, hexed yet again, their first Super Bowl championship in franchise history.
I’m standing by that.
Current odds on that:
Buffalo Bills vs Philadelphia Eagles +2300
Despite the Niners’ demolition of Dallas – Sorry, Cowboys fans, this isn’t your year – I think the Eagles win the NFC.
FD oddsmakers disagree as evidenced by this:
Buffalo Bills vs San Francisco 49ers +1600
Kansas City Chiefs vs Philadelphia Eagles +1200
Kansas City Chiefs vs San Francisco 49ers +900
Those are the lowest odds for the exact matchup.
The NFC Championship winner could come down to which team earns home-field advantage for that title tilt and that might be decided when we get a possible sneak peek when the Niners face the Eagles in Philly on Dec. 3.
And you thought the Niners-Cowboys ratings were big.
Niners vs Eagles TV figures will be Trumpian huuuge.
Everyone seems to agree that the Niners are the best team in the NFC followed by the Eagles.
I don’t see anyone else close to those two and I’ve already written about why you should bet on an NFC team to win this season’s Super Bowl.
The AFC, on the other hand, seems a bit more of a crapshoot.
But first, let me state, that I’m not not buying any team from the AFC North – Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Cleveland, Cincinnati – to make the big game.
Not Jacksonville in the South nor the Los Angeles Chargers in the West.
You have only three teams to consider: The defending champion Chiefs – but, it’s so difficult to repeat anymore – the bad-luck Bills and then those damn Dolphins.
Is Miami the team that scored 70 points in a game (granted, against dismal Denver) or the one clobbered by Buffalo 48-20?
We’ll find out more in the next few weeks when the ‘Fins play at Philadelphia (Oct. 22) and at Kansas City (Nov. 5).
Then they close the season with three potentially tough games: vs. Cowboys, at Ravens and vs. Buffalo.
But the Bills don’t have an easy path either: Road games against the Eagles (Nov. 26) and Chiefs (Dec. 10), vs. Dallas (Dec. 17) and the season finale against the Dolphins in Miami (Jan. 7).
The Chiefs have the easiest schedule the rest of the way (ninth o all 32 teams) and yet … I still like Bills vs. Eagles in Super Bowl 58, especially at +2300.
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