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Who Are The Super Bowl 59 Betting Favorites, Sleepers & Long Shots After The Draft?

The dust has settled on the 2024 NFL Draft, but already our eyes are turning toward the new season’s grand finale. While rookies are finding their feet, and seasoned veterans are eyeing that championship ring, who says we can’t start dreaming big?

We’re breaking down those early Super Bowl lines to spot potential powerhouses, under-the-radar sleepers, and those long shots that could shake up the league. So, settle into your lucky chair, and prepare to become a Super Bowl betting savant!

The Chicago Bears had the biggest offseason with a rebuilt offense around #1 pick Caleb Williams.
The Chicago Bears had the biggest offseason with a rebuilt offense around #1 pick Caleb Williams.

A Closer Look At Super Bowl 59’s Betting Favorites, Sleepers & Long Shots

With Super Bowl 59 still a long, long time away from even peaking into the horizon, it’s still never a bad time to take a deep dive into the favorites, sleepers, and dark horses that could shock the world. Get ready to place your bets, ’cause we’re about to break down the teams that have the best shot at making it to the big dance.

Whether you’re a die-hard fan or just looking to make a quick buck, you won’t want to miss this inside scoop on the teams to watch out for. So kick back, and let’s talk some football!

Niners And Chiefs Are Your Early Super Bowl 59 Favorites

San Francisco 49ers +600

The San Francisco 49ers and their tantalizing +600 odds to conquer Super Bowl 59 are leading the charge in the race for this coming season’s Lombardi Trophy. The perennial NFC West juggernauts have been on a wild ride lately, and the oddsmakers are taking notice.

After their gut-wrenching overtime loss to the Chiefs in Super Bowl 58, where they were the favorites going in only to fall in overtime, it’s safe to say San Francisco isn’t dwelling on the past; they’re laser-focused on the future.

With a roster brimming with superstars and a hunger that’s palpable, the 49ers are ready to make a statement. Those +600 odds are looking mighty appetizing right about now. In short, if you’re itching to make a splash in the betting world, it might be time to roll the dice on the Niners before the lines move.

Kansas City Chiefs +600

The Kansas City Chiefs, fresh off their mind-blowing Super Bowl 58 victory over the 49ers, are already eyeing a threepeat. That’s right, a threepeat! No team has accomplished this monumental feat in over two decades, but if anyone can do it, it’s the Chiefs.

Now, you might be thinking, “But wait, aren’t the 49ers the favorites to win Super Bowl 59?” Well, technically, yes. But it would be borderline stupid to count out the Chiefs just yet. They’ve got a secret weapon up their sleeve, and his name is Xavier Worthy. This speedy wide receiver fits the script perfectly as the missing piece to the Chiefs’ offensive puzzle, and they snagged him in the draft without giving up too much in exchange to the Buffalo Bills.

So, if you’re looking to make some serious cash on the Super Bowl 59 odds, don’t sleep on the Chiefs. They may be second in our odds behind the 49ers for now, but with their explosive offense, stingy defense, and a hunger for a historic threepeat, they could be the smartest bet you make all year.

Baltimore Ravens +900

Yes, I know, the Baltimore Ravens suffered a heartbreaking loss to the Chiefs in the AFC Championship, but knowing Baltimore, that automatically makes them an even more dangerous team coming into 2024.

With two-time NFL MVP Lamar Jackson leading the charge and a defense that’s tougher than a $2 steak, the Ravens are ready to soar.

In one of the biggest free agency moves this offseason the Ravens added a secret weapon to their already potent run game: Derrick Henry. That’s right, the same Henry who steamrolls defenders like they’re made of papier-mâché. With Henry in the backfield and Jackson’s electric playmaking ability, the Ravens’ offense is going to be a force to be reckoned with.

While the competition in the AFC North will only be tougher and tougher this season, my best advice here is to keep a close eye on the Ravens, especially considering they are playing with a chip on their shoulder and a roster that’s oozing with talent.

Detroit Lions +1200

Last season, the Detroit Lions proved that they’re no longer the league’s punching bag, clawing their way to a 12-5 record and snatching the NFC North crown. They even made a statement in the playoffs, mauling the LA Rams and Tampa Bay Buccaneers before giving the 49ers a run for their money in the NFC title game.

Sure, they couldn’t quite seal the deal, but hey, Rome wasn’t built in a day!

And let’s talk about their draft, shall we? The Lions went all-in on their secondary, snagging not one, but two cornerbacks in the first two rounds. They even traded up for Terrion Arnold, showing that they’re not afraid to take risks. And while some might question their decision to pass on another edge rusher or receiver, the Lions clearly have a plan.

With a young, hungry roster, a head coach that could easily convince the whole city of Detroit to go to war for him, and a front office that’s not afraid to take chances, mark my words here. If the Lions get in their groove early, there might be no stopping them on the road to the title.

Cincinnati Bengals +1400

Remember last season when the Cincinnati Bengals looked like the best team in the AFC for a hot couple of seconds, only to lose star QB for the rest of the season with a wrist injury? Talk about shooting yourself in the foot before running a marathon huh?

Still, despite the loss of their star quarterback, the Bengals clawed their way to a respectable 9-8 record, barely missing out on the postseason.

Now, with Burrow on the mend and expected to be back to his old self when the season kicks off, I’m sure you know what that means, right? Yes, the Bengals are ready to tear it up in the AFC!

The oddsmakers have been high on Cincinnati for a while now, and for good reason. The Bengals are playing chess while everyone else is playing checkers. So, even after enduring a bumpy ride last season, with Burrow back at the helm and a draft class that’s ready to roar, what’s there not to like about Cincy?

Buffalo Bills +1400

The Buffalo Bills are hungry for a Super Bowl, and their odds are looking juicier than a plate of wings at Anchor Bar. But then again, what’s new with Buffalo?

Last year’s divisional round loss to the Chiefs stung like a ghost pepper, but the Bills aren’t crying over spilled milk. They’re too busy scheming up ways to get over the hump, which included a complete overhaul of their wide receiver department, with the departures of Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis as the biggest moves to echo. Now,  with a few savvy draft picks, they might just have the secret sauce.

Rookie WR Keon Coleman could be the deep threat they’ve been missing, and safe Cole Bishop’s got the stuff to be a day-one starter. But the real steal? Sedrick Van Pran-Granger, a stout pivot who fell right into their laps.

So, forget about the Diggs trade and focus on the future. The Bills are locked, loaded, and ready to stampede their way to Super Bowl 59 in what could easily be the team’s last chance to go for a title run before their window finally closes.

Houston Texans +1400

Ready to go against the grain and make some serious dough? Well, have you met last year’s sensation and one of this year’s early favorites, the Houston Texans? With their Super Bowl 59 odds looking tastier than a slab of Texas BBQ, if there was ever a time to ride with Houston, it might be right now.

Sure, the Texans may have been the underdogs in the past, but not anymore. They crushed free agency, snagging studs like Danielle Hunter, Denico Autry, Joe Mixon and Azeez Al-Shaair. And let’s not forget about the sophomore sensation, C.J. Stroud – this kid’s ready to light up the scoreboard like the Fourth of July.

But the real kicker? The Texans killed it in the draft. They traded down, stockpiled picks, and still managed to fill their holes with top-tier talent.

So, forget about the perennial favorites and put your money on the Texans. Their odds may seem like a bit of a long shot, but trust me, if there’s a team I’d be willing to back on making a lot of noise out of the AFC South it’s this squad.

Super Bowl 59 Betting Dark Horses You Shouldn’t Sleep On

Now that we covered the betting favorites, it’s time to put on your thinking caps and dive into the world of Super Bowl 59 sleeper picks!

First up, we’ve got the Philadelphia Eagles at a tasty +1600. Sure, they stumbled down the stretch last season, but with Saquon Barkley now in the backfield and a Week 1 showdown against the Packers in Brazil, Philly could be poised for a bounce-back year that’ll have you soaring like their mascot.

Next, “America’s Team”, the Dallas Cowboys, sitting pretty at +1800. They may have face-planted in the playoffs, but with a 12-5 record and the second-best point differential in the league, Dallas is no slouch. If they can exorcise their postseason demons, especially now with Zeke Elliot coming back to the team, the Cowboys could be riding high all the way to the Big Game.

Over in the AFC East, the Miami Dolphins at +2200 could make a splash if their offense returns to form, and of course, Tua Tagovailoa stays healthy, and the New York Jets (my personal favorites) at the same odds are ready to take flight with a healthy Aaron Rodgers, and a completely revamped offensive line at the helm.

The Rams at +3000 with Matthew Stafford slinging it, Cooper Kupp and Puka Nacua catching everything in sight, and Sean McVay’s brilliant mind on the sidelines could be in for a Hollywood ending if they can keep up with the Niners.

Last but not least, the Chicago Bears at +3500. With two top-10 draft picks in generational talent Caleb Williams and stud receiver Rome Odunze, Chicago’s odds have already shortened, and for good reason. This team has the talent to turn heads and make some serious noise in the NFC.

  • Philadelphia Eagles +1600
  • Dallas Cowboys +1800
  • Green Bay Packers +2000
  • Miami Dolphins +2200
  • New York Jets +2200
  • Atlanta Falcons +2800
  • Los Angeles Rams +3000
  • Los Angeles Chargers +3500
  • Chicago Bears +3500

 

Looking For Super Bowl Long Shots? I Got You

Alright, finally let’s zero in on those long shots, especially considering how tight our initial odds have shown to be even from so early on.

Leading the pack, Trevor Lawrence’s Jacksonville Jaguars (+4000) and Deshaun Watson’s Cleveland Browns (+4000) turning a few heads here and there wouldn’t be a shocker. The main mission here for both teams will of course have to be being able to first come out of their divisions unscabbed, and without any true injury scares to have to deal with. Right behind, the Pittsburgh Steelers (+4000) will be hoping Russell Wilson still has one more deep postseason run left in his tank to justify his signing and responsibility of being the team’s starting passer over Justin Fields.

The Minnesota Vikings (+5000) are intriguing, very intriguing, but with a rookie QB poised to take the helm of the offense, one can only wonder how much Justin Jefferson can do before he is stretched too thin.

Now, if you want to talk about a long shot everybody should be putting a bit more respect on, the Indianapolis Colts (+6000) are the team to keep on your map. If the Colts can get a full season out of second year QB Anthony Richardson, as well as the team’s grade-A draft haul and it’s already stacked roster, they could easily make a silent but deadly run for the gold in the AFC. If in doubt, just remember, this team nearly squeaked into the playoffs last year, even with a revolving door at quarterback.

The rest of the longshots still offer a thrill: the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+6000) are a Tom Brady-sized gamble, the Seattle Seahawks (+8000),  New Orleans Saints (+8000), Arizona Cardinals (+8000), and Las Vegas Raiders (+8000) could cause some chaos of their own.

But again, the Colts? They’ve got that sleeper potential that sets your betting finger itching.

  • Jacksonville Jaguars +4000
  • Cleveland Browns +4000
  • Pittsburgh Steelers +4000
  • Minnesota Vikings +5000
  • Indianapolis Colts +6000
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +6000
  • Seattle Seahawks +8000
  • New Orleans Saints +8000
  • Arizona Cardinals +8000
  • Las Vegas Raiders +8000

 

The Complete Super Bowl 59 Winner Odds

  • San Francisco 49ers +600
  • Kansas City Chiefs +600
  • Baltimore Ravens +900
  • Detroit Lions +1200
  • Cincinnati Bengals +1400
  • Buffalo Bills +1400
  • Houston Texans +1400
  • Philadelphia Eagles +1600
  • Dallas Cowboys +1800
  • Green Bay Packers +2000
  • Miami Dolphins +2200
  • New York Jets +2200
  • Atlanta Falcons +2800
  • Los Angeles Rams +3000
  • Los Angeles Chargers +3500
  • Chicago Bears +3500
  • Jacksonville Jaguars +4000
  • Cleveland Browns +4000
  • Pittsburgh Steelers +4000
  • Minnesota Vikings +5000
  • Indianapolis Colts +6000
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +6000
  • Seattle Seahawks +8000
  • New Orleans Saints +8000
  • Arizona Cardinals +8000
  • Las Vegas Raiders +8000
  • Denver Broncos +10000
  • Washington Commanders +12500
  • New England Patriots +12500
  • New York Giants +12500
  • Tennessee Titans +12500
  • Carolina Panthers +25000

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