Super Bowl 2025 Top 10 Odds
Super Bowl 2025 Odds
The Super Bowl is over, which means it’s time to look forward to the 2024 season. Kansas City won their second straight Super Bowl, but they are not the favorite in the 2024 season. Let’s take a look at the top 10 favorites and how they fare for the 2024 season in terms of playoff hopes and potential free agents.
(odds from Draft Kings)
1)San Francisco 49ers (+550)
What a great season for the Niners, but once again, they couldn’t finish in the big game. QB Brock Purdy showed that he’s more than a game-manager. Christian McCaffrey is one of the best players in the game. They need help at cornerback and maybe at the EDGE if Chase Young is not signed to a new deal.
2)Kansas City Chiefs (+650)
As long as Patrick Mahomes is around, the Chiefs will be the team to beat in the AFC. But it was their defense that helped carry KC to their third Super Bowl in the last four years. The biggest questions are whether they can re-sign DT Chris Jones and CB L’Jarius Snead. Offensively, they need to add a wide receiver and an offensive tackle.
3)Baltimore Ravens (+900)
The Ravens were the best team in the NFL in the regular season, but couldn’t get past the Chiefs in the AFC title game. They could use LBs Patrick Queen and Kyle Van Noy in free agency. They have several needs in terms of offensive line and running back depth. Now, they have a potential legal situation with rookie WR Zay Flowers that could impact the direction of free agency and the draft. Lamar Jackson could use one more weapon at running back and a big wide receiver.
4)Buffalo Bills (+1000)
As long as QB Josh Allen is around, the Bills will be in the picture in the AFC. Is WR Stefon Diggs happy? Are star wide receivers ever satisfied? The defense needs the most help, especially the front four if they lose Ed Oliver and Greg Rousseau. They could also use a safety and another wide receiver, especially if Gabe Davis leaves in free agency.
5)Detroit Lions (+1200)
What a great story the Lions were this season. Ultimately, they need to improve the back end of the defense, starting at cornerback. The offensive line also may not work assuming they lose guards Jonah Jackson and Halapoulivaati Vatai are gone in free agency. The Lions have the talent to dominate the NFC North for a long time.
6)Cincinnati Bengals (+1300)
QB Joe Burrow returns and the Bengals should be back in the mix in the AFC. Right tackle Jonah Williams and DT D.J. Reader could leave in free agency and that would be big. But if you are looking for a sleeper, this is the team. They have one of the best groups of WRs led by Ja’Marr Chase and Tee Higgins, who is expected to be franchised.
7)Miami Dolphins (+1700)
Miami has a very fast team at wide receiver and running back, but that doesn’t always equate to wins in the playoffs. They also need a strong tight end. Another question is whether LT Terron Armstead returns and there are other issues on the offensive line.
8)Philadelphia Eagles (+2000)
The Eagles were a disaster at the end of last season and head coach Nick Siriani will probably get one more season to turn it around. Vic Fangio should help turn the defense around, but they need to draft and find some help at cornerback and linebacker. It’s not just about the defense as Jalen Hurts and the offense (especially WRs) also need to get on the same page in the off-season.
9)Green Bay Packers (+2000)
Jordan Love has given this franchise some hope as the young quarterback played very well in his first season as the starter. The key on offense is the offensive line where T David Bakhtiari is the key based on his health. But they can’t wait forever, so they will need help at tackle. They also need help in the defensive backfield at corner and safety. Adding another running back would be imperative if A.J. Dillon leaves in free agency.
10)Dallas Cowboys (+2000)
The Cowboys dominate the regular season and with Dan Quinn gone to Washington as head coach, defense will be a concern. Mike Zimmer is expected to take over as DC, but as long as they keep their free agents like RB Tony Pollard, there are few needs on offense. It’s just a matter of winning more on the road and in the playoffs.