Who is Favoured to Win Super Bowl 2024?

The 2024 NFL season begins on Thursday 7 September 2023, with the Detroit Lions travelling to the defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs.

Andy Reid’s roster has lost Left Tackle Orlando Brown Jr over the summer, as well as experienced Defensive Ends Frank Clark and Carlos Dunlap. Wide Receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster also departed, after a 933-yard season following his move from Pittsburgh a year earlier.

Of the arrivals to Arrowhead Park, Defensive End Drue Tranquill could be the biggest acquisition. Safety Mike Edwards from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers is a solid hire. They took Defensive End Felix Anudike-Uzomah out of Kansas Start in the first round of the draft.

So it will come as little surprise to many that the Kansas City Chiefs are favoured to win the 2024 Super Bowl, with odds of 6/1.

Last season’s runners-up Philadelphia have been made the second favourites at 8/1. Nick Siriani’s side have seen a number of transitions over the off-season. The Eagles have lost Defensive Tackle Jason Hargrave, Safeties CJ Gardner-Johnson and Marcus Epps in free agency, Linebacker TJ Edwards, and Running Back Miles Sanders.

The Eagles were known for their explosive offense last season so may not be hugely affected with the roster changes heading into the new season. They have notably picked up Running Back Rashaad Penny from the Seattle Seahawks, Safety Terrell Edmunds, and Linebackers Zach Cunningham and Myles Jack. They took the Georgia Bulldogs duo of Defensive Tackle Jalen Carter and Lineback Nolan Smith in the first round of this year’s draft.

The full list of 2024 Super Bowl odds is as follows:

Kansas City Chiefs 6/1
Philadelphia Eagles 8/1
Buffalo Bills 17/2
San Francisco 49ers 9/1
Cincinnati Bengals 11/1
Dallas Cowboys 14/1
New York Jets 14/1
Baltimore Ravens 18/1
Detroit Lions 22/1
Miami Dolphins 22/1
LA Chargers 25/1
Jacksonville Jaguars 28/1
Cleveland Browns 33/1
New Orleans Saints 33/1
Seattle Seahawks 33/1
Denver Broncos 40/1
Las Vegas Raiders 40/1
Minnesota Vikings 40/1
New York Giants 40/1
Pittsburgh Steelers 40/1
Chicago Bears 50/1
Green Bay Packers 50/1
New England Patriots 50/1
Atlanta Falcons 66/1
Carolina Panthers 66/1
LA Rams 66/1
Tennessee Titans 66/1
Washington Commanders 66/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 80/1
Indianapolis Colts 100/1
Arizona Cardinals 175/1
Houston Texans 175/1