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Super Bowl 58 odds: Top 5 contenders entering 2023

The Super Bowl 58 odds are out across Vegas Sportsbooks, and the Kansas City Chiefs are favored to repeat their feat come 2023.

All odds are in accordance with FanDuel.

5. Cincinnati Bengals (+900)

Cincinnati was a few plays away from reaching its second consecutive Super Bowl and should be considered one of the NFL’s true powers. The Bengals have a few key players hitting free agency including safeties Jessie Bates and Vonn Bell, linebacker Germaine Pratt and tight end Hayden Hurst. Still, head coach Zac Taylor, defensive coordinator Lou Aanrumo and quarterback Joe Burrow form a dynamic trio that can win it all.

 

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4. San Francisco 49ers (+900)

The big question with the Niners is whether they can get enough from the quarterback position. San Francisco is loaded on both sides of the ball and even with the loss of defensive coordinator DeMeco Ryans, has one of the league’s top coaching staffs. Whether Trey Lance or Brock Purdy ends up lining up under center, the 49ers have receivers Deebo Samuel and Brandon Aiyuk, running back Christian McCaffrey and tight end George Kittle to attack with. San Francisco isn’t going anywhere.

3. Philadelphia Eagles (+900)

Philadelphia is the reigning NFC champ but there are real questions about what this team looks like in 2023. The Eagles have some notable free agents including defensive tackle Javon Hargrave, corner James Bradberry and safety C.J. Gardner-Johnson. Then there’s the looming retirement decisions for defensive tackle Fletcher Cox and All-Pro center Jason Kelce. Then there’s the matter of replacing both coordinators. It’s not going to be easy for Philadelphia this offseason.

 

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2. Buffalo Bills (+850)

The Bills are trying to finally get over the proverbial hump, after four years of getting to the playoffs and failing to reach the Super Bowl. Buffalo is going to lose a few pieces this offseason, whether it be safety Jordan Poyer, running back Devin Singletary and/or linebacker Tremaine Edmunds. While the main pillars of the roster will remain, more will be asked of quarterback Josh Allen and the coaching staff.

1. Kansas City Chiefs (+600)

Not surprisingly, the Chiefs are overwhelming favorites to not only get back to but win the Super Bowl. Patrick Mahomes will enter the season as a freshly-minted 28-year-old. The roster isn’t going to lose many pieces if any consequential ones at all. Kansas City is also in excellent shape with the salary cap and has double-digit draft picks. No team has repeated as a Super Bowl champion since 2004, but the Chiefs have the goods to do so.

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