What Are The Washington Commanders Super Bowl 58 Odds?

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The Washington Commanders Super Bowl 58 odds have little expectations having opened at +6600. They’ve had some terrible luck with their odds over the last two decades as they’ve opened over +3000 odds in 18 seasons since the year 2000 and have just five playoff appearances to show for themselves. Of those five appearances in the playoffs though, four of them ended quickly in the Wild Card Round.

All things that relate to how to bet on Super Bowl 58 odds for the Washington Commanders will be covered on this page. From different Commanders prop bets to other futures odds that they have on Commanders SB 58 sportsbooks that take US bettors, we’ll inform you on them all. We’ll also get into their playoff history and betting history throughout the years.

  • The Commanders drafted CB Emmanuel Forbes with the 16th pick in the NFL Draft
  • Commanders Super Bowl odds have opened over 4000 in three straight seasons
  • Washington has finished at or under a .500 record in the last six years

Commanders Record By Playoff Round

Washington Football Team Playoff History

Playoff Appearances
1936, 1937, 1940, 1942, 1943, 1945, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1976, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1987, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1999, 2005, 2007, 2012, 2015, 2020
Division Championships
1936, 1937, 1940, 1942, 1943, 1945, 1972, 1983, 1984, 1987, 1991, 1999, 2012, 2015, 2020
Conference Championships
1972, 1982, 1983, 1987, 1991
Super Bowl Victories
1983 (XVII), 1988 (XXII), 1992 (XXVI)
Super Bowl Losses
1973 (VII), 1984 (XVIII)
Super Bowl Winning Quarterbacks
Joe Theismann, Doug Williams, Mark Rypien
Super Bowl Winning Coaches
Joe Gibbs
Super Bowl MVPs
John Riggins (XVII), Doug Williams (XXII), Mark Rypien (XXVI)
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What Are The Washington Commanders NFC Championship Odds?

Washington opened with +2800 online NFC Championship odds and rightfully so. They are in the midst of one of the longest NFC Championship game droughts in the league having last made it and won it in 1991 with +1000 preseason odds. They never lived up to their NFC Championship run having only seven playoff appearances since then. Over the last six seasons, their NFC Championship odds have risen over +10000 at some point during the regular season.

What Are The Washington Commanders NFC East Division Odds?

Although +1100 preseason NFC East betting odds aren’t the ideal spot for the Commanders, they have found success when starting the year over +1000 odds to win the division. Since 2012, Washington claimed three NFC East titles and all of them came over +1000 odds. They have though failed to win a division title over the last three seasons and have seen their preseason odds rise over the last two years going from +220 in 2021 to +600 last season and now over +1000.

2023-24 Commanders Betting Odds

2023-24 Player Props For The Commanders

Super Bowl Betting Props

Washington Commanders Super Bowl 58 odds include SB58 player prop odds that could be found throughout online Super Bowl sportsbooks and you have several options to choose from. If you are looking for player odds with bigger payouts, you can turn to futures like odds on the MVP winner, OPOY, DPOY, and plenty more that feature Commanders players. Those looking for weekly player props can enjoy betting on player stat totals in different categories. There are also season-long player totals that can be found below when posted.

2023-24 Commanders Team Props

Super Bowl Betting Props

Commanders team prop odds can be bet on as early as before the preseason even starts with odds on their season win total and their odds to make the playoffs or not listed on Commanders SB 58 sportsbooks. Looking at their win total odds in the last four seasons, they’ve gone 2-2 and have hit the over or under in every other season. With Washington going over last season, if the trend were to continue, they could be looking at the under this season. They have also only made the playoffs once in the last five seasons, but had +700 odds of doing so.

Washington Commanders Win Total

Washington Commanders Odds To Make Playoffs

Washington Commanders Odds History

Year: Super Bowl Odds: NFC Odds: NFC East Odds: Odds To Make Playoffs:
2023 +6600 +2800 +1100 +275 (TBD)
2022 +5000 +2500 +450 +195 (TBD)
2021 +4000 +1800 +220 +145 (Miss)
2020 +30000 +15000 +2200 +700 (Make)
2019 +30000 +15000 +2000 +550 (Miss)
2018 +10000 +5000 +600 +300 (Miss)
2017 +10000 +5000 +600 +350 (Miss)
2016 +2500 +1200 +275 +220 (Miss)
2015 +10000 +5000 +3500 +700 (Make)
2014 +6000 +2500 +400 +275 (Miss)
2013 +3300 +1600 +250 +175 (Miss)
Year ATS Records O/U Records
2023 TBD TBD
2022 8-8-1 5-11-1
2021 7-9-1 7-10
2020 9-7-1 6-10-1
2019 6-10 8-8
2018 9-7 7-9
2017 7-9 7-8-1
2016 10-6 12-4
2015 9-8 10-7
2014 5-11 7-8-1
Mobile Betting On The Washington Commanders

Placing a bet on the Commanders Super Bowl 58 odds on your phone is becoming the norm as online mobile Super Bowl sportsbooks are widening across the country. You can do so with ease from any smartphone that has access to a web browser such as iPhone, Samsung, or Android. While licensed online sportsbooks do not have a downloadable sportsbook app, you can log in to sites like BetOnline, MyBookie, and Bovada right from your phone's web browser and bet on the Commanders odds to win Super Bowl 58 as you would on a computer.

Where To Bet On The Washington Commanders?

The Commanders may be embattled legally, but that doesn’t mean people who bet on them have to be. The best way to bet on the Commanders Super Bowl odds is through Commanders SB 58 sportsbooks that are located internationally, such as Bovada and BetOnline. These sportsbooks will have better odds on the Commanders than GamBet DC and the sportsbook at Capital One Arena due to not having to contend with local betting fans. GamBet is particularly not recommended if you’re looking for good odds, as they famously have bad odds given their relative monopoly in the DC area.

Sportsbooks Within Traveling Distance Of DC

  • Capital One Arena
  • Ben's Next Door
  • Lou's City Bar
  • Takoma Station Tavern
  • Grand Central Restaurant, Bar & Sportsbook
  • Dirty Waters Sportsbook

Washington Commanders Playoff History

Since becoming a franchise back in 1932, the Washington Commanders have had a rich Super Bowl history since then that has led to multiple playoff appearances and championships. Since their debut year, they have put together 25 playoff runs in which 16 of them have come as division champions. Included in their playoff history as well are 5 conference championships which have led to 3 Super Bowls.

Playoff Appearances For The Washington Commanders

There have been a total of ten different coaches that have led the Washington Commanders to a playoff berth since they first made it in 1936. Most notably though was Joe Gibbs who took this team to eight of their 25 playoff runs between the early 80s to his final season with the team in the early 90s. That does not include the two other playoff runs when he returned to the team in 2004. Making up the other 15 playoff berths that the Commanders have had have come under coaches such as Ray Flaherty, George Allen, Norv Turner, Jay Gruden, Mike Shanahan, and their current coach, Ron Rivera.

Division Championships For The Washington Commanders

The majority of the Commanders division titles came before the 2000s when they won 13 division championships from their inaugural season to 2000. Flaherty took them to four, Dutch Bergman, Dudley DeGroot, and George Allen each have them one, Gibbs was responsible for five, and Turner gave them one. Ahead of the year 2000, they were only successful for three more division titles in 2012 with Mike Shanahan, 2015 under Jay Gruden, and 2020 with Ron Rivera.

Conference Championships For The Washington Commanders

From the start of the Super Bowl era in 1967 to the present day, the Washington Commanders have been victorious in five conference championship games. George Allen was responsible for their first conference title in 1973. Joe Gibbs then led them to their remaining four conference championships in 1982, 1983, 1987, and 1991. All of which came with impressive play under center from Hall of Famer Joe Theismann, Barry Wilburn, and Mark Rypien.

Super Bowl Victories For The Washington Commanders

Of the five conference championships, the Commanders have been able to turn three of them into Super Bowl Championships in which Joe Gibbs was responsible for all three. Their first Super Bowl came in 1982 where they defeated the Miami Dolphins 27-17 after going into the game as a 3-point underdog. Commanders running back at the time, John Riggins, claimed Super Bowl MVP honors.

Their second Super Bowl win in 1988 came against the Denver Broncos where they were underdogs once again, but this time by 3.5 points. Washington had their way with the Broncos as they won 42-10 behind Doug Williams, who went on to win the Super Bowl MVP.

In 1992, sports betting sites finally put some respect on the Commanders as they went in as 7-point favorites to the Buffalo Bills. They had no problems covering the spread with the final score coming out to 37-24. Their quarterback at the time, Mark Rypien, was named the Super Bowl MVP.

With Washington Commanders SB 58 sportsbooks accepting bettors from the US opening the Commanders Super Bowl 58 odds over +5000 odds in six of the last seven seasons, it doesn’t seem likely that their odds will shift in their favor this season.

Washington Commanders 14-Point Comeback In The 1988 NFC Divisional Round

One of the Commanders most memorable playoff moments came in the 1998 NFC Divisional Round where they overcame a 14-point deficit to the Chicago Bears. The Bears jumped out to an early 14-point lead in the first half before Washington went on to finish the game on a 21-3 run. Commanders running back at the time and wide receiver Clint Didier were the beneficiaries of the two offensive touchdowns. What put them over the top was Darrell Green and his 52-yard punt return to give them their first lead of the game in the third quarter. Washington would go on to win the game 21-7.