NFL bettors are always on the lookout for betting odds, and sometimes, it can get really confusing.

This blog post breaks down all 32 NFL teams’ odds of making it to the playoffs.

We’ll examine their prospects at quarterback, offensive line, defensive line, special teams, coaching staff, and previous playoff history.


Super Bowl Favorites

Kansas City Chiefs (+600)

They have made key moves to strengthen their team and ensure a successful postseason run. For starters, they extended the offensive tackle Jawaan Taylor’s contract for four years, drafted Wanya Morris from Oklahoma to further bolster the offensive line, and added an intriguing wide receiver in Rashee Rice.

Philadelphia Eagles (+800)

They’ve kept their core players, including Fletcher Cox, James Bradberry, Brandon Graham, and Travis Kelce, and extended the contract of quarterback Jalen Hurts. On top of that, the Eagles bolstered their run game by drafting two top defensive linemen from Georgia, acquiring D’Andre Swift through a trade, and signing Rashaad Penny for added depth in the backfield.

Buffalo Bills (+900)

The Buffalo Bills (+900) have been making significant moves this off-season to bolster their offense. They brought in experienced guard Connor McGovern, picked up running backs Damien Harris and Latavius Murray in the draft, and selected guard O’Cyrus Torrence.

Cincinnati Bengals (+1000)

They have made some moves to strengthen their defense, with the signing of former Chiefs left tackle Orlando Brown to a four-year deal. The Bengals also used the draft to replace safeties Jessie Bates and Von Bell.

San Francisco 49ers (+1000)

After trading for quarterback Sam Darnold, they now have three quarterbacks to choose from in camp – Brock Purdy, Trey Lance, and Sam Darnold. The Niners’ skill players are some of the most dangerous in the league, with Deebo Samuel, Christian McCaffrey, and George Kittle leading the way.

Dallas Cowboys (+1400)

Under new Offensive Coordinator Jason Garrett, the Cowboy’s offense is set to look drastically different from previous seasons. They used draft money to acquire WR Stephon Gillmore and added potential defensive stars in LB DeMarvion Overshown and DT Mazi Smith.

New York Jets (+1600)

After signing Aaron Rodgers as their starting quarterback, the team has seen their odds jump from +2500 to +1400, signaling they may have what it takes to contend for a title this year.

Baltimore Ravens (+1800)

Lamar Jackson, who settled for the highest salary in the league after a lengthy contract fight, now has Odell Beckham Jr. and youngster Zay Flowers to pass to.


Super Bowl Contenders

Detroit Lions (+2200)

They added cornerbacks CJ Gardner-Johnson and Emmanuel Moseley and selected Alabama running back Jahmyr Gibbs with the 12th overall pick to take the position of Jamaal Williams and D’Andre Swift. With these changes and a solid conclusion to last season’s campaign, Detroit Lions Super Bowl LVIII odds look very good.

Jacksonville Jaguars (+2500)

With the return of quarterback Trevor Lawrence and the acquisition of offensive tackle Anton Harrison to protect him after a tremendous Doug Pederson’s second half-time lead, many are hopeful that this will be the year that the Jaguars break out.

LA Chargers (+2500)

With new offensive coordinator Kellen Moore calling the shots, the Chargers look in good hands. Under Moore’s direction, Austin Ekeler has blossomed into one of the most dynamic running backs in the NFL, and Moore should be urging the front office to pay him so that he reconsiders his trade request.

Miami Dolphins (+2500)

With the addition of Jalen Ramsey, they have bolstered their defense and added another critical piece to an already strong unit. They also acquired backup quarterback Mike White to support Tua Tagovailoa if he is injured this season.

Cleveland Browns (+2800)

They’ve improved their game in every area, starting with the defensive line, where they added Ogbonnia Okoronkwo and drafted Baylor DT Siaka Ika.

Seattle Seahawks (+3500)

They extended Geno Smith’s contract and added free agents Dre’Mont Jones, Devin Bush, and Julian Love to enhance their defense. The Seahawks also drafted Will Witherspoon and Jaxon Smith-Njigba was chosen in the first round to provide more depth at wide receiver and cornerback.

Minnesota Vikings (+3500)

They have brought in Brian Flores as head coach, upgraded their secondary with the signing of Byron Murphy and the drafting of two LSU defensive backs, and added USC wide receiver Jordan Addison in the initial round to give the offense more depth.

New Orleans Saints (+4000)

With the acquisition of Derek Carr as a quarterback, they now have a proven veteran to build around. If Michael Thomas and Alvin Kamara remain healthy, their offense could take a significant stride forward in Dennis Allen’s second season as head coach.

Green Bay Packers (+4000)

After parting ways with Aaron Rodgers, the Packers have surrounded Jordan Love with young receivers such as Luke Musgrave and Jayden Reed.

Denver Broncos (+4500)

They acquired head coach Sean Payton in a draft day trade and signed offensive tackle Mike McGlinchey, defensive end Zach Allen, quarterback Jarrett Stidham, and running back Samaje Perine.

Pittsburgh Steelers (+4500)

They have acquired defensive backs Elandon Roberts and Patrick Peterson from the free agent market and guards Isaac Seumalo and Nate Herbig. To address their below-average run game, the Steelers turned to the draft, selecting Georgia offensive tackle Broderick Jones.

New York Giants (+4500)

The Giants have made impressive moves in the off-season, from signing quarterback Daniel Jones to a four-year, $160 million contract. They also used the franchise tag on running back Saquon Barkley and acquired tight end Darren Waller via trade.


Super Bowl Longshots

New England Patriots (+5500)

They have brought back Bill O’Brien as offensive coordinator and have added JuJu Smith-Schuster in free agency to take Jakobi Meyers’ place as Mac Jones’ primary target.

Atlanta Falcons (+5500)

To bolster their offense, the team signed tight end Jonnu Smith, retained guard Chris Lindstrom, and drafted offensive tackle Matt Bergeron in the first draft round.

Las Vegas Raiders (+6000)

The team added to their defensive line with Texas Tech Edge Tyree Wilson and signed veteran safety Damarious Randall to add experience to their secondary.

Chicago Bears (+6000)

The team now looks to build around him with complimentary pieces, signing WR D.J. Moore and drafting OT Darnell Wright with their tenth overall pick.

LA Rams (+6000)

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Cam Akers appears to have found his stride in the regular season’s final weeks and is now an essential piece of their offensive attack. With Aaron Donald, Cooper Kupp, and Matthew Stafford returning to health, the Rams should be able to make a run at the playoffs.

Washington Commanders (+6000)

With Sam Howell at the helm of the offense, Washington can play a more traditional style of football powered by a powerful running attack.

Carolina Panthers (+6000)

They sacrificed D.J. Moore and some draft choices to select Bryce Young with the first overall pick.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+7500)

After trading away Tom Brady and replacing him with Baker Mayfield, the Bucs used their draft picks to improve an already talented roster.

Tennessee Titans (+7500)

The team had to make some difficult decisions with Derrick Henry’s future in question. Ultimately, they opted to keep Henry and added quarterback Ryan Tannehill to their roster in a move that could pay dividends for years.

Indianapolis Colts (+10000)

In the starting lineup will be veteran QB Gardner Minshew and former Eagles OC Shane Steichen. With proper coaching, Anthony Richardson has the potential to develop into a top-tier dual-threat in the NFL.

Houston Texans (+18000)

With the acquisitions of DE J.J. Watt and C.J. Stroud with their two first-round picks, they have one of the most formidable defensive lines in football.

Arizona Cardinals (+18000)

With the departures of Kliff Kingsbury and DeAndre Hopkins, the Cardinals have the fewest preseason hopes of any NFC club.


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