NFL - What are the early Odds on Super Bowl 59?

NFL Sports News


  • Kansas City toppled the San Francisco 49ers, 25-22, in overtime to win Super Bowl 58 and repeat as Super Bowl champions.
  • No team has ever won three straight Super Bowls. Only three teams have ever made three straight Super Bowls.
  • Super Bowl 59 is Sunday, February 9, 2025 at the Caesars Superdome in New Orleans.

Michigan, we aren’t done with the Kansas City Chiefs just yet. 

After about 50 minutes of mundane football, the Chiefs and Niners delivered a classic in Super Bowl 58, with the Chiefs driving the length of the field to win Super Bowl 58 in overtime. Patrick Mahomes was the MVP. Confetti soared. Taylor Swift sang. 

Just hours after the final interview was done, Michigan sportsbooks had posted odds on the winner of Super Bowl 59. Of course, the Chiefs and Niners are right up there, but where do the Detroit Lions stand after their remarkable run in 2023?

What Do the Oddsmakers Say? 

We broke down three great Michigan sportsbooks. All three have the same team as the favorite to win next year.

BetMGM has San Francisco +500, followed by the Chiefs at +750, then the Baltimore Ravens at +850.

Caesars also lists the Niners as the favorite at +575, followed by the Chiefs at +700 and the Ravens at +850.

BetRivers has markets open on who will win both the NFC and AFC. For the Super Bowl, they are slightly different with the 49ers at +500, the Chiefs at +700 and the Cincinnati Bengals at +1000.

As for the Lions, they’re fifth on the board at BetMGM (+1200) and sixth at both Caesars and BetRivers at +1300.

The Quest For Three 

All throughout the off-season expect to hear it said over and over. No team has ever won three straight Super Bowls. That’s now the biggest storyline of the 2024 season.

However, this is only technically true. 

The NFL does pre-date the playing of the Super Bowl (first played in 1967). The Green Bay Packers won the NFL championship in 1966 (beating Jim Brown and the Browns) and then won Super Bowl 1 (over the Chiefs) and Super Bowl 2 (over the Raiders). The Packers are the only team to win three straight NFL titles.

These Packers, coached by Vince Lombardi, won five NFL championships in seven years, and lost one other championship game. Yes, that’s why the Lombardi Trophy is named for who it is named.

NFL Storylines for 2024 

Kansas City will once again host the NFL Kickoff game. Already there is an obvious match-up as the Chiefs are scheduled to host the Ravens in 2024. That would be a rematch of the 2023 AFC Championship Game won by KC, 17-10.

One other possibility, however, may be the Chiefs against the LA Chargers in that showcase. The Chargers hired former University of Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh.

In Detroit, the biggest storyline will be how they overcome the disappointing loss to the Niners in the NFC Championship Game. Sometimes playoff failures can hang over a franchise. Just look at what happened to the Chargers this season, after losing a big lead to Jacksonville in the playoffs last year, the team’s confidence was shaken.

What happens the next time Dan Campbell and the Lions face a clutch fourth down? Do they go for it, and what happens if they fail? The Lions have one of the youngest and best rosters in the NFL. There’s a nice storyline for Campbell (a former New Orleans Saints player and coach) to get to the Super Bowl there in 2024.

Born and raised in Louisiana, Darren Cooper has a fond appreciation for bayous, Mardi Gras beads and the sports betting industry. Darren has worked for multiple print and online publications since 1998, primarily as a sports columnist in the Northeast. He’s covered a Super Bowl (it was a blowout), the World Series (same) and the NBA Draft (man, those guys are tall). For the last few years he’s dug deep into the sports gambling industry as it exploded across America, learning how the legal sausage is made and how while all the sportsbooks look the same, they all have different identities and styles. He’s learned to always bet within his means -- and take the under. When not in front of his computer creating, Darren spends time with his three boys. He runs, reads and is always looking for the next big thing to write about.