Super Bowl 57 Futures Odds Update
With only eight teams left standing in the NFL playoffs, the Kansas City Chiefs are the favorites to win Super Bowl 57.
At Bovada Sportsbook, the Chiefs are listed as +300 favorites on the Super Bowl futures odds.
As the top seed in the AFC, the Chiefs make their playoff debut this weekend against the Jacksonville Jaguars as 8.5-point home favorites. Having home-field advantage leading up to the Super Bowl could be what the Chiefs need to get back to the big game as they’re 7-1 in their last eight games at home in the playoffs.
Chiefs top Bills, 49ers in odds to win Super Bowl 57
Following the Chiefs on the Super Bowl futures are the Buffalo Bills at +350. A little of the shine may have been taken off the Bills last week after they barely got past the Miami Dolphins 34-31 despite being 14-point favorites. They’re in tough this weekend at home against the Cincinnati Bengals as 5-point favorites. Like the Chiefs, playing at home makes a big difference for the Bills, who are 13-1 in their last 14 home playoff games.
Next on the Super Bowl futures are the San Francisco 49ers at +400. The 49ers are rolling right now with 11 straight wins after last week’s 41-23 beatdown of the Seattle Seahawks as 9.5-point favorites. This week, they’ll get the Dallas Cowboys as 4-point home favorites. When favored in the playoffs, the 49ers have won five straight and seven of their last eight.
Rounding out the top five on the Super Bowl futures are the Philadelphia Eagles at +550 and the Bengals at +800.
Eagles fourth on oddsboard after late-season slide
The Eagles are the top seed in the NFC and get their playoffs started this weekend against the New York Giants as 7.5-point home favorites. They’re 11-2 against the Giants in their last 13 meetings. The Eagles stumbled a bit down the stretch in the regular season and lost two of their last three games. One important thing to remember is that they were missing starting quarterback Jalen Hurts in both losses.
Cincinnati has won nine straight and will need to deliver an upset over Buffalo this week to keep its hopes of returning to the Super Bowl alive. Last season, the Bengals won the AFC championship game as an underdog, but as an underdog in the playoffs they’re only 2-9 in their last 11 games.
Finishing up the Super Bowl futures are Dallas at +1000, New York at +2800 and Jacksonville at +3500.