The Buffalo Bills are favorites to win the 2023 Super Bowl at +600 odds

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Super Bowl 57 Betting News

Super Bowl 57 odds: Considering early favorites, sleepers, dark horses
Super Bowl 57 odds: Considering early favorites, sleepers, dark horses
We are still a few weeks away from Super Bowl 56, but it is not too early to look at the odds of who could be playing in Super Bowl 57 next season.
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Super Bowl 57 Odds and Betting

The Super Bowl is over and the Los Angeles Rams are the 2022 NFL champions after defeating the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20. It was a closely contested game from SoFi stadium in Inglewood, CA, but the Rams ultimately were able to secure the victory by the slimmest of margins. The betting line for the Super Bowl had the Rams as four-point favorites with a total at around 49, and it wound up being both a closer and lower-scoring game than anticipated. Cooper Kupp reeled in the game winning touchdown on the Rams’ final possession and was named Super Bowl MVP as a result, cashing as the third favorite with a betting line at +600 for the award.

The final weeks of the regular season saw some major shakeups to the NFL awards races, most notably for MVP where Aaron Rodgers distanced himself from the pack over the season’s final few games. Rodgers was ultimately crowned NFL MVP, passing Tom Brady who had been the favorite for much of the middle portion of the season. Joe Burrow was named Comeback Player of the Year over Dak Prescott, who had been favored for most of the season as well. Offensive Player of the Year went to another Super Bowl appearing player in Cooper Kupp while the Offensive Rookie of the Year did as well with Ja’Marr Chase winning that award. T.J. Watt was named the winner of the Defensive Player of the Year award while Micah Parson claimed the Defensive Rookie of the Year trophy.

The Super Bowl odds for the 2022-2023 NFL season are already available and it’s a similar group of teams at the top with the Kansas City Chiefs and the Buffalo Bills leading the way as co-favorites at +750. The defending champion Rams are next in line to begin the offseason at +1000 while three teams – the Bengals, Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers – are tied for fourth at +1400. One of the offseason’s most interesting storylines is bound to be the home of Aaron Rodgers, who once again enters the offseason with some uncertainty as far as where he’ll play his next season. The Green Bay Packers are +1600 to win the Super Bowl while the Denver Broncos are +2000, likely indicating some chance that Rodgers could either wind up staying in Green Bay or moving on to Denver.

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