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Super Bowl Futures

Super Bowl futures, better known as Odds to Win the Super Bowl, can be wagered on at any time during the season, not just before Week 1. The odds will change due to injury, winning streaks, performances etc. So check back to see the odds of your favorite team winning in February. (See NFL odds on every game over here).

NFL - Super Bowl LVI 2021-22

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Carolina

 
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Chicago

 
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Cleveland

 
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Dallas

 
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Denver

 
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Detroit

 
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Green Bay

 
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Houston

 
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Indianapolis

 
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Kansas City

 
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LA Chargers

 
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LA Rams

 
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Las Vegas

 
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Miami

 
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Minnesota

 
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New England

 
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New Orleans

 
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NY Giants

 
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NY Jets

 
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Philadelphia

 
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Pittsburgh

 
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San Francisco

 
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Seattle

 
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Tampa Bay

 
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Tennessee

 
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Washington

 
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What are Super Bowl futures?

These are future bets, similar to predictions or investments you might make in the stock market. You are investing in a particular stock and betting that it will win. In the NFL, there are 32 stocks – one for each team. And the odds on each vary wildly.

If you think your favorite team (or one that you love to hate) will win the next Super Bowl, you can easily place a Super Bowl futures bet on that team. The favorites will be short odds, maybe 5-1 or 6-1. The rebuilding long shots may be 150-1 or longer, after they begin the season with four consecutive losses.

Why do Super Bowl futures change?

These betting lines are not static and do remain the same. A preseason favorite that loses its opening game, fires its coach and sees five top players go down with injury will tumble quickly down the Super Bowl futures board. That 5-1 preseason favorite may quickly become a 50-1 longshot. You can still bet them at 50-1, but your wager just became more of a lottery ticket than a safe investment.

The lines can also change if the sportsbooks are getting too much action on one team. If all of a sudden, 100 people all bet the Dallas Cowboys at 20-1, the sportsbook may need to move them to 15-1 or 12-1 to discourage more people from betting on the same team. This can expose the sportsbook to risk by having too much at stake on one team.

Are Super Bowl futures good bets or sucker bets?

There are several schools of thought on this question. There are times when Super Bowl futures can be solid bets. Years ago, if you could get the New England Patriots at 5-1 on the futures market, that was a good deal because their division was so pitiful and they always made the playoffs (not to mention winning six Super Bowls.)

By mid-season, they were often down to 3-1 or 2-1, so 5-1 was great value.

The flip side is a two-fold argument. For starters, your $100 futures bet made in September will take five months until the Super Bowl to turn a profit for you. That is five months you could have been wagering on games or props, so its an opportunity lost for making different bets.

It’s also risky because there are 32 teams, the season is long, injuries happen and predicting the winner is very hard to do. Bettors who treat modest Super Bowl future wagers as lottery tickets – a small wager they can afford to risk and lose – can enjoy the success while living with the likely failure.

Where can I bet Super Bowl futures?

All sportsbooks listed here at National Football Post offer odds to win the Super Bowl along with other NFL football betting futures. Check out our sportsbook review pages for information on the best sportsbooks available in your state. Many offer great signup bonuses and easy remote football wagering.

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