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Super Bowl 57 is in the rearview mirror and the Super Bowl 58 odds have opened up at BetAnySports. Unsurprisingly, the Kansas City Chiefs, who won the Lombardi Trophy this year, are the early favorites to win next year’s championship. With the odds officially now up, let’s take an early look to see which teams are favored and how the offseason changes might impact the lines.

The Favorites

The first and obvious favorite to win it all in 2024 is the Kansas City Chiefs (+600). It’s hard to say that they can’t keep dominating after what they did throughout this past season. They traded away Tyreek Hill and still finishing with the top seed in the AFC, then beat the Philadelphia Eagles in the Super Bowl. Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce aren’t going anywhere, and head coach Andy Reid said he won’t be retiring. This team looks like a dynasty.

The favorite over in the NFC is the Eagles (+900). They have a stacked roster that is almost certainly going to be back in contention. Jalen Hurts is officially solidified as the franchise quarterback and had no issues playing on the biggest stage of his career. They might be losing some key free pieces, though, with offensive coordinator Shane Steichen and defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon leaving to take over head coaching duties elsewhere (Indianapolis and Arizona). Even with those losses, Philadelphia is still a loaded team.

Then finally, we have the Cincinnati Bengals (+850). Joe Burrow and the Bengals were just a few plays away from making it into their second straight Super Bowl. This team is still very young and led by one of the best quarterbacks that the league has to offer. The offensive line is the only thing currently holding them back and if that gets fixed, there’s no telling how great they can be.

The Longshots

The Dallas Cowboys (+1500) have certainly fallen into that longshot category after another heartbreaking playoff loss. The pressure is high on both Dak Prescott and head coach Mike McCarthy, who could both be on their way out if this season doesn’t go well. The talent is there but they haven’t delivered in the playoffs.
Another longer shot to keep an eye on is the Los Angeles Chargers (+2200). When looking at teams with talented rosters, the Chargers fit the mold.

Justin Herbert is another young franchise signal caller that has a variety of weapons at his disposal. Even their defense features key members such as Joey Bosa, Khalil Mack and Derwin James. Coaching has always seemed to be the problem and a new offensive coordinator has been brought in to spice it up a little bit. We’ll see if that’s what finally gets them over the hump.

The Minnesota Vikings are another longer shot (+4000) that bettors might be interested in. Minnesota had a great year, going 13-4 in the regular season, before flaming out badly in the Wild Card round against the New York Giants. Their offense almost entirely centered around Justin Jefferson. On the other side of the ball, their defense was well below par. They brought in Brian Flores to become their new defensive coordinator to help make them more aggressive on that side of the ball. If they can tighten up on that side of the ball, this team could make a stronger push for the NFC Championship next season.

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