2025 Super Bowl Odds: 49ers Are Favorites to Win Championship Ahead of Chiefs
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The Kansas City Chiefs just became Super Bowl champions…but it's not too early to take a look ahead at next year's odds to win it all.
FanDuel previously released 2025 Super Bowl odds and has updated its list just as the Chiefs were hoisting the Lombardi trophy for Super Bowl 58. Here's a look at updated 2025 Super Bowl odds for every team in the NFL.
2025 Super Bowl Odds
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Odds according to FanDuel as of Feb. 11.
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The 49ers are favored to win it all after falling to the Chiefs in overtime. They've won five Super Bowls, but none since blowing out the Chargers 49-26 in Super Bowl XXIX back in 1995.
Kansas City’s appeared in four of the last five Super Bowls and took the title home in three of them. . They’re expected to once again push for a championship with Patrick Mahomes and company looking to become the first team in history to win three-straight Super Bowls.
The Ravens dominated all year but came up short in the AFC Championship Game. However, books are bullish on their chances for next season behind reigning MVP Lamar Jackson.
Five playoff teams from this season in the Lions, Bills, Cowboys, Eagles and Dolphins are built to make a Super Bowl run in 2024. The Lions were 30 minutes from representing the NFC in Las Vegas before collapsing in the second half against the 49ers. Meanwhile, the Cowboys, Eagles and Dolphins flamed out in the first round while the Bills once again couldn’t get past the Chiefs in the playoffs.
Joining them are the Bengals, whose season went in the tank after losing Joe Burrow in early November. It shouldn’t be much of a shock that they’re expected to contend next year, though. Cincinnati’s been dominant with Burrow under center, reaching two straight conference championship games with one Super Bowl appearance prior to this year’s doomed season.
Every year there are teams that come out of nowhere to push for a championship. For instance, the Houston Texans made the playoffs as longshots this season, and you never know what happens once you make the tournament.
Teams with new head coaches have had success in recent years, especially two years ago when a whopping five teams made the playoffs under a new regime. Eight longshots fit that bill this year in the Chargers (+3000), Falcons (+5000), Raiders (+7500), Seahawks (+7500), Commanders (+15000), Patriots (+15000), Titans (+15000) and Panthers (+25000).