- The Chicago Bears have +5000 Super Bowl 58 odds.
- Quentin Johnston has +175 odds to be the first WR drafted.
- The Indianapolis Colts have the fourth pick in the NFL Draft and +10000 SB58 odds.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The NFL Draft gives teams plenty of opportunities to improve not only their rosters but their Super Bowl 58 odds as well. Three teams that could certainly see their Super Bowl odds drop based on what they do in the draft are the Chicago Bears, Indianapolis Colts, and Tennessee Titans.
Chicago Bears (+5000), 1st Pick
There are plenty of routes that the Chicago Bears could go with the number one pick in the draft, but if they are looking to improve their Super Bowl 58 odds, they need to focus on the defensive end. There has been speculation that they could use the pick to take a QB, however, if they did that, their odds would likely stay the same.
On the defensive side over the last year, they lost Khalil Mack and Roquan Smith, but have some elite options to choose from in the draft with linebacker, Will Anderson from Alabama, and defensive tackle, Jalen Carter from Georgia – both of which have +700 odds or less to be the first overall pick in the draft.
Anderson had over 200 total tackles and 34.5 sacks throughout his college career while Carter comes from an elite, National Championship winning defense.
The Bears Super Bowl odds could come down to the +4000 range if they stick to their rebuild around Justin Fields and address their losses on a defense that let up the fourth most scrimmage yards per game (375.9) last season.
Tennessee Titans (+6600), 11th Pick
With the 11th pick, it is an absolute must that the Titans take a wide receiver. After trading away A.J. Brown last offseason, they are extremely thin with no receiver on their roster surpassing 600 receiving yards this season. If they look anywhere else but receiver, their odds could push back even further.
Luckily for them, the team needs if the 10 teams in front of them are not desperate for a receiver meaning they’ll have some good choices available potentially including Quentin Johnston, Jaxon Smith-Njigba, or Jordan Addison. All posted 1,000+ yard seasons during their college careers and have +350 NFL Draft odds or less to be the first WRs drafted.
The Titans odds to win the Super Bowl will certainly fall under +6000 with the addition of any new receiver that they draft.
Indianapolis Colts (+10000), 4th Pick
While the Colts SBLVIII odds are way down the oddsboard, their main issue is under center as Matt Ryan, Sam Ehlinger, and Nick Foles not capable of starting in the NFL any longer.
At the fourth pick in the draft, they should have their eyes on CJ Stroud or Will Levis.
Either QB would be stepping into a solid situation with an above-average offensive line, a receiving core that put up 3,800+ yards, a top-5 running back when healthy in Jonathan Taylor, and a defense that ranks in the top half of the league in total yards allowed per game.
The last time the Colts drafted a QB that started the season for them was in 2012 when they took Andrew Luck with the first overall pick.
Stroud is coming off two straight 3,500-yard and 40+ TD seasons while Levis has gone for 2,400+ yards and 19+ TDs in his last two seasons. Both of them also played in arguably the toughest Power 5 Conferences in college football in the Big 10 and SEC which holds weight in their draft stock.
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