The Los Angeles Rams took home the 2022 Super Bowl, winning the biggest game on the planet in their own backyard at the SoFi Stadium, California.
The recipe for success was simple, a quarterback that made some big plays when they were needed, a star wide receiver having a big game, and a great defensive performance. All of that came together to help the Rams win, but now the dust has settled on that game, what about 2023?
The Rams are not favourites to retain their title, showing just how difficult it is to do that in the NFL, and also showing that there are plenty of contenders already under serious consideration. Alongside that, the landing spot of Aaron Rodgers is likely to make a big difference to the betting market, especially if he ends up in Tennessee or Denver, two rumoured moves he could make.
2023 Super Bowl Odds
Leading the way are the Buffalo Bills, as 15/2 favourites with William Hill. Beaten in the Divisional Round of the playoffs by the Kansas City Chiefs. That game was perhaps one of the best we’ve seen in recent years, and highlighted the quality that quarterback Josh Allen has.
However, just like everyone else in the AFC, the Bills have to find a way past the Chiefs, who are second favourites at 8/1 with Unibet to win in 2023.
The Bengals, beating Super Bowl finalists in 2022, are not fancied to repeat their feat this season, and can be backed at 16/1 with Unibet to win the 2023 edition. Two other AFC teams to look out for are Denver and Tennessee, who are both lacking a piece or two to really get involved. Throw Aaron Rodgers to either of those teams though, and their chances improve dramatically.
Over in the NFC, the Rams are best of that bunch, and priced up at 11/1 with Unibet to claim back-to-back Super Bowl titles. The Green Bay Packers are 15/1 with William Hill, though their odds will shift when Aaron Rodgers decides what he is doing, and the Dallas Cowboys are behind at 16/1 with bet365, looking to make up for their disappointing early exit this season.
We may be seven months away from the start of a new season, and almost 12 months away from the 2023 Super Bowl, but a strong betting market already exists and early moves are likely to appear when trades and free agent signings happen.