AFC Given Nod in Early Super Bowl 58 Betting Odds

  • The AFC has -135 odds to win Super Bowl 58.
  • 14 of the last 23 Super Bowl winners have been out of the AFC.
  • The top three shortest odds to win SB58 are AFC teams.

LAS VEGAS – Early moneyline odds for Super Bowl 58 are up and oddsmakers have given the AFC the slight advantage on the odds as the early favorites to win. There are plenty of factors that go into the AFC being favored to win SB58 that should be accounted for why their odds are where they are at.

Super Bowl 58 Moneyline

  • AFC -135
  • NFC +110

Starting with the current Super Bowl 58 odds, not only are the top three shortest odds held by an AFC team, but seven of the top-12 shortest odds to win the Super Bowl are as well.

Super Bowl 58 Odds

  • Kansas City Chiefs +550
  • Buffalo Bills +700
  • Cincinnati Bengals +900
  • Philadelphia Eagles +900
  • San Francisco 49ers +800
  • Dallas Cowboys +1500
  • Baltimore Ravens +2000
  • Los Angeles Chargers +2000
  • Detroit Lions +3000
  • Green Bay Packers +2500
  • Jacksonville Jaguars +2500
  • New York Jets +2500

There are no doubts as to why the Kansas City Chiefs odds are where they are being that they’ve been to three Super Bowls in the last four years and won two of them. They also opened all three of those Super Bowl lines as the favorites.

The Bills Super Bowl odds have also opened in the preseason at +1000 odds or less in the last three years. The Cincinnati Bengals, who round out the top-3, have been to two straight AFC title games.

As for the five NFC teams that are in the top-12 shortest Super Bowl odds, only the Philadelphia Eagles and San Francisco 49ers have what it takes to get to the Conference title round and beyond as they have made an appearance in both the NFC Championship game or Super Bowl in five of the last six seasons.

The Dallas Cowboys haven’t been to the Super Bowl or even won the NFC Championship since 1995. The Detroit Lions are riding just three playoff appearances since 2000 where they were eliminated in the Wild Card Round in each of those years. The Green Bay Packers, while they have remained competitive with nine playoff appearances since their 2010 Super Bowl win, they haven’t made it back to the Super Bowl since then and there are now reports that Aaron Rodgers could be on his way out.

Looking back at the history of the Super Bowl, six of the last nine and 14 of the last 23 Super Bowl winners have all come out of the AFC.

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