Super Bowl & Conference Odds for Every Divisional Round Team

  • Online sportsbooks have odds for all eight remaining playoff teams Super Bowl and conference odds heading into the Divisional round.
  • The Bills and the Chiefs have the shortest Super Bowl odds, the winning team has -115 odds to come out of the AFC and +130 for the NFC.

GLENDALE, Ariz. – With the Divisional Round kicking off on Saturday, NFL sportsbooks have odds for every remaining team’s Super Bowl chances.
Super Bowl Winning Conference Odds

  • AFC Conference -155
  • NFC Conference +130

While the Kansas City Chiefs are the favorite in the AFC, and the San Francisco 49ers are the favorite in the NFC, there are still valuable odds for all eight team’s postseason results.

AFC Betting

Betting on Kansas City

  • Super Bowl +300
  • AFC Conference +140

The Chiefs have made it to four straight AFC Championship games and have won two of them with one Super Bowl title from the 2019 season. KC’s season ended in a three-point loss to the Bengals during the 2021-22 postseason and they are the favorite to win the Super Bowl this season.

Betting on Buffalo

  • Super Bowl +350
  • AFC Conference +160

The Bills opened the 2022-23 season as the favorite to win the AFC and the Super Bowl, after being eliminated by the Chiefs in the Divisional Round last year. The Bills started the playoffs with a win over the Miami Dolphins and will be hosting the Bengals for Divisionals to make it to the AFC Title game.

Betting on Cincinnati

  • Super Bowl +800
  • AFC Conference +410

The Bengals found a way to beat the Baltimore Ravens during the Wild Card round last week, similar to their 2021-22 postseason run that featured two underdog wins on the road. The Bengals will face a similar situation on Sunday as their road to repeating as AFC Champions requires a win at Buffalo.

Betting on Jacksonville

  • Super Bowl +3500
  • AFC Conference +1400

The Jaguars entered the playoffs tied with the 11th longest odds to win the Super Bowl at +50000 but have proven themselves as a competitor through Trevor Lawrence gritting out his first playoff win. With a SB winning coach in Doug Pederson and veteran leadership at receiver, the Jags are a dark horse to not overlook for the remainder of this postseason.

Betting on San Francisco

  • Super Bowl +400
  • NFC Conference +140

Even after losing two starting QBs to injury, the 49ers are the hottest team in the NFL with 11 straight wins (including against Seattle during Wild Card Weekend). With Brock Purdy under center, the 49ers stars shined last week with Christian McCaffrey rushing for over 115 rushing yards and Deebo Samuel having 133 yards receiving.

Betting on Philadelphia

  • Super Bowl +550
  • NFC Conference +165

The Eagles went 13-1 SU this season with Jalen Hurts under center and Philly’s QB has had a bye week to reach peak health for the Divisional Round against the New York Giants. The Eagles went 2-0 against NY during the regular season and outscore the Giants by 32 points in those games.

Betting on Dallas

  • Super Bowl +1000
  • NFC Conference +400

While Dallas stomped all over Tom Brady and the Bucs during the Wild Card Round, they will have to take on the 49ers and their top five defense in the Divisional Round. Even if Dallas finds a way to break the 49ers’ 11 game win streak, the Cowboys would have to beat an NFC East opponent in the conference round to win/make it to Super Bowl 57.

Betting on New York

  • Super Bowl +2800
  • NFC Conference +1000

The Giants handed the Minnesota Vikings a Wild Card loss in Minneapolis and Daniel Jones had one of the most efficient games of his career, breaking apart the Vikings “mid-zone” defense. The Giants will now have to play the Eagles in New York who has a top eight defense, compared to Minnesota’s squad that finished the regular season in the bottom five.

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