More excited NFL fans are looking forward to the Super Bowl LVII as the championship slowly reels in. This huge event in American football will take place on February 12, 2023, Sunday, at the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. The 2022 NFL season has presented better playing strategies and team game performances. That’s why expectations from the fans and bettors have risen significantly.
Likewise, the participating bettors are also preparing themselves for the huge event and making a list of the teams they’ll be betting on. It’s also the same for sportsbooks showcasing their NFL team odds. If you’re also planning to place your bets for this year’s Super Bowl, but are still feeling lost on who to cast your votes for, here’s a little guide to the top favorites of this NFL season to win the 2023 Super Bowl.
Kansas City Chiefs
The Kansas City Chiefs have been on the winning line for the past four years and have collected a staggering 50 wins since 2018. Despite being so, they’ve only won a single Super Bowl victory since then. The Kansas City Chiefs are also on top of the favorites to win the Super Bowl LVII this year.
If you’re planning to bet on the Super Bowl LVII, make sure you look at the NFL spreads. With the likes of the Kansas City Chiefs, betting that they’ll cover the spread and win is not impossible. However, there were speculations that their offense might have taken a toll after their superstar player Tyreek Hills was traded to the Miami Dolphins.
Still, the team has proven them wrong thus far and is currently sitting on the top of the favorites with +330 odds under their name.
There were unfortunate accidents during the recent games where Damar Hamlin went into cardiac arrest after a collision. Fortunately, the player has made a remarkable improvement. So, fans can continue to look forward to how the Bills will move forward from hereon and as the season continues as scheduled.
Moreover, the team made a tribute in name to Hamlin at their first game since the incident. During this game against the New England Patriots, Nyheim Hines caught everyone off guard after his impressive touchdown just 14 seconds into the game. The NFL and the Bills took the performance as a tribute to their injured teammate, Hanlim.
Not only that, but Hines immediately returned his second kickoff for a touchdown during the third quarter, which made the stadium go wild. This tribute not only made Hanlim happy, but Hines also made history as being only the 11th player to return two kickoffs for touchdowns in a single game.
After the exceptional game, fans seem to have nothing to worry about for the Buffalo Bills making it to the Super Bowl and bringing home the beautiful Lombardi Trophy.
San Francisco 49ers
The 49ers made a commotion with their frequent change in quarterback in the middle of the season. With their third quarterback of the season, Brock Burdy easily made headlines as he led the team with ten straight games.
This performance also led the San Francisco 49ers to the top after winning nine straight games, passing the Philadelphia Eagles 13-3, who have also lost their last two games. Due to this, the 49ers become the favorite to win the NFC and represent the conference in the Super Bowl. Also, the team is now tied with the Eagles in +550.
As mentioned, the Philadelphia Eagles lost their two games after the absence of their MVP frontrunner and also the quarterback, Jalen Hurts, after he was sidelined due to a shoulder injury. The Eagles used to be on top of the offense with Miles Sanders and injured Hurts together. The team lost the favor of some bettors, but is this how the Eagles will end just before the Super Bowl?
The Fanduel has presented +500 odds for this team, which still keeps them on top of the favorites. This only means that there are more chances that the Eagles can reframe their strategy with their current formation, and fans can expect more from them as they lead themselves toward the playoff before the Super Bowl.
If no further incidents will take place in the future, it seems like fans of the 49ers and the Eagles might witness a heated game between the two teams for the Playoffs even before the Super Bowl.
Cincinnati Bengals were only a step away from winning the 2022 Super Bowl LVI after losing against the Los Angeles Rams. This year too, the Cincinnati Bengals are one of the favorites to be part of the Super Bowl LVII and have another attempt to win the title.
On the other hand, other people argue that the Bengals may have difficulty winning the Super Bowl, not to mention even winning the championship after the 2022 NFL Season. They currently hold +750 odds, just below the San Francisco 49ers and Philadelphia Eagles.
The Super Bowl LVII will be another championship that will mark the history of football, and one way you can partake now is by placing bets on who will bring home the title this year. This allows you to enjoy the games more and win extra money. If you want to take sports betting seriously, you can use the list above to help you.
What do all those teams have in common? Young, ascending QB’s. They’re not trying to cater to 39 year old diva who hasn’t won the big game in over a decade. Yet he still talks of winning MVP awards like it means something. No one else talks like that. The more Rodgers talks, the more it seems like he’ll be playing elsewhere next season. We can only hope. Let him be someone else’s headache. Time to see if Jordan Love can be as good as fellow draft class QB Jalen Hurts. With this roster, l like his chances.
Of course, an article that has no mention of Rodgers and your very first comment is whining about Rodgers. Surprise surprise…
Rodgers also said there’s no point in coming back if they don’t have a chance at winning the Super Bowl, but keep clinging to that MVP comment like it’s your lifeline.
Well fuck me Mother Moshier..another article!!
You’re nothing in the NFL without a QB, girls. And right now we don’t have one. We’ve got an aging diva who still goes on podcasts and talks about winning MVP’s. He doesn’t have a clue. Professional sports is littered with star athletes that hung around and played too long. You can add your beloved Aaron Rodgers to that list if he returns. Next year at this time they’ll be even more articles about other teams not named the Packers in the playoffs if Rodgers, Cobb, and Lewis are allowed to buddy up and play one more year. Too painful? Sorry, ladies. If we’re lucky, the answer is on the roster. Someone just has to have the balls to make the change.
You know what I got out of this- “Blah, blah, blah, I love listening to myself, blah blah blah.”
“You’re nothing in the NFL without a QB, girls. And right now we don’t have one.”
What the fuck are you talking about? This makes zero sense. The Packers have at least two quarterbacks on the roster and until something changes Aaron Rodgers is the starter. Everyone knows Gute or Murphy don’t have the balls to make any changes on their own so good luck with that.
“Aaron will let me know when he wants to retire.”- Mark Murphy
Adam Schefter is now reporting that an Aaron Rodgers trade is a “real possibility.” It was just last June when Rodgers said he would “never” play for another team. Could this guy be anymore like Brett Favre? Their careers have turned out identical. Personalities are obviously different but their career arch right down to this retirement nonsense along with “but I can still win an MVP” are the same. Sure Aaron, you can win an MVP but let’s see you beat Patrick Mahomes, Joe Burrow, Josh Allen, Trevor Lawrence or Justin Herbert in the playoffs with your likely landing spot in the AFC. Why, the great Joe Willie Namath himself gave the Jets his blessing to take his beloved number 12 jersey out of retirement so Rodgers could wear it next season. Yes, because the Favre trade to New York worked out so well. Let’s see if the Jets can catch lightning in a bottle twice! I still say the Tennessee Titans the most likely landing spot. While the Las Vegas Raiders would be a close second but only if Tom Brady retires. Just imagine Rodgers and Davante Adams back together again! Making beautiful stats but going 8-9 and missing the playoffs. While a trade would cause all you fanboys to proclaim, “now you’ve done it!” “You’ve upset the real GOAT!” “The wrath of Aaron Rodgers, plague and pestilence awaits!” Sure ladies, sure…..
The media has mentioned getting two first round picks for Rodgers. That’s insane. There’s a reason why teams were daring the Packers to throw up until the point Rodgers got over whatever and began throwing to Watson later in the year. The Packers might get a second round pick for him at this point. Maybe. The entire NFL knows he’s only going to throw to receivers he’s comfortable with and he’ll never go to camp to get comfortable with new receivers. Whoever traded for him might not see a good offense till late in the season like the Packers this year. Plus there’s the thumb and salary cap hit issue. My guess is there won’t be any interest in him. None. It was a mistake not to trade him before he declined. The Packers are stuck with him.
Aaron Rodgers should be lucky to get a job driving a Waste Management disposal truck.
Everyone in the NFL saw him, they know he likes to be picky on who he throws the ball to.
If he doesn’t like you, you aint gettin the fucking ball, period.
He hated Jeff Janis, even though Janis had the skillset of a ….Julio Jones.
Yea….you guys remember.
It wasn’t until Janis got out of Green Bay, that he caught on with another team and displayed all the skills and Pro Bowl talent everyone knew he had.
2 first round picks for Rodgers?…..Umm, yea, NO
Maybe a 6th round pick and a happy meal, but that’s about it.
I have spoken.
The NFL is a big boy’s league. There’s no place for popularity contests Kevin. You throw the ball to whoever’s open, not just your one friend on the team. And this is why Aaron Rodgers will go down in history as a wasted talent. He could have been truly great. Not just stat whore great. But Tom Brady, Patrick Mahomes, Joe Burrow great. Unfortunately he played these stupid, selfish, petty, games with his WR’s. “You have to earn my trust or I’ll take my ball and go home!” Or “you make a mistake and I’ll throw your ass under the bus in the media!” The eye rolling, the posturing on the sidelines. Drama, drama, drama. You’ll find this horseshit from no one else. Jeff Janis was a marginal talent at best but he was no ass kisser either. Janis has been on several podcasts telling everyone what a dick Rodgers was. That’s no surprise considering most of his former teammates don’t like the guy either. But you fawn over him Kevin, it’s what you do.
That reminds me, i need a set of tires.
Maybe you missed last season Cheese. No, it wasn’t a dream. For all you stat lovers, the great Aaron Rodgers went 8-9. He threw a mere 26 TD’s and 12 INT’s averaging 220 yards a game. That makes you a game manager and won’t get you in the playoff tournament. And you can’t seem to reassure me Cheese he’ll be any better next year. That modest 4 game win streak at the end of the season had nothing to do with Aaron Rodgers. It had everything to do with the emergence of Christian Watson, Keisean Nixon, and 12 takeaways in 4 games by the defense. While Jordan Love looks promising, he’s still a huge unknown. A veteran QB In obvious decline and a young QB who’s played next to nothing the last three years. That’s QB limbo in my book. Despite Murphy’s comments a trade seems more and more likely. Management will always take the high road and say all the right things. The fact that it’s being reported a trade is a “real possibility” tells me a divorce could be on the horizon even if the public perception is different.
Funny thing Tommi…..
Before the season, all you told us was Rodgers just needed to be a game manager.
Remember?…we didn’t need receivers?
You told us our top running game, and top 5 elite defense were enough to take the team to the playoffs….remember?
Now, after the season (to continue obsessing over Rodgers)… your saying all Rodgers was last season, was a game manager, and that won’t get you into the playoffs.
Are you getting all that?
You have to be….the biggest asshole that i’ve ever seen in here.
In other news, around the NFL, the playoffs are entertaining real NFL fans everywhere.
Not everything is about “These are the days of Aaron Rodgers” 24/7/365.
Nope, most fans are mentally healthy.
I’ve enjoyed watching the poise and professionalism from Brock Purdy.
For awhile now, i’ve been waiting for the other shoe to drop.
Will it not happen?
Is he too mature, too well prepared to be embarrassed?
At some point, he may come down to earth (it might come this Sunday at 2:00PM)
I have no idea.
But in the meantime…..
7th round pick?
262nd pick, Mr Irrelevant?
Props to the 49ers coaching staff.
Mad props to a rookie QB 7th round pick performing as he does under the bright lights.
I don’t care if it ended against the Eagles this Sunday.
Purdy has been playing with house money, and playing well.
Respect earned, respect given.
By some accounts Brock Purdy was listed as being around the 15th best QB in the 2022 draft. You know, those experts who assemble mocks. When looking at his body of work in college he actually put up decent numbers so it is actually a little surprising he wasn’t just a little farther up in the pecking order.
I watched the 49/Boys game and Purdy impressed. Both teams played tough on defense and Purdy was tested. Most times he scrambled effectively, hung onto the ball when sacked or pressured, but really threw some accurate balls when needed.
I’m also loving the story of a Mr Irrelevant doing this well. Just wait until more people find out he has kind of a Tebow side. You know, that “C” word (Christian). Oh my.
The other shoe isn’t going to drop…Purdy is the real deal. The 49ers offense has improved with him at the helm and I heard/read somewhere most of the improvement is because he can actually improvise when the play doesn’t go as planned.
He has a ton of playmaker and a great offensive line but nonetheless he’s playing like a top 5 qb right now.
Ps: remember when we all thought the packers bought this site to shut Monte up? I think it may be true given the fact we have a message board that literally doxes the users.
You can’t throw INT’s and be a game manager, Kevin. Turning the ball over gets you benched. Rodgers had two picks in the final, must win game against Detroit and should have had two more. You can’t keep coming up small in big games and be a game manager. Dak Prescott threw a couple of picks last night. After you constantly telling us Brock Purdy was a franchise QB, he likewise had a couple of picks dropped. That was the difference in the game. Turnovers. That’s not going to fly In Philadelphia. But here’s what’s encouraging. The Kyle Shanahan/Matt LaFleur offense, strong defense, power running game, play action passing, works. It made a SB QB out of Jimmy Garapolo, a two time MVP out of Aaron Rodgers, and it made an NFL QB out of 7th round draft pick Brock Purdy. What kind of QB will it make of Jordan Love? It’ll be exciting to find out. As far as Rodgers trade value, it depends on how much of his contract the Packers carry. We got a third round pick for Favre, I would guess somewhere around there. Anything more would be gravy…
So where is this strong defense going to come from? The packers haven’t had that in ten plus years.
It was here the whole off season Arch.
Did you miss it?
Did you not see the playoff game against the 49ers?
Two 1st round picks for the defense (of course)
The only thing that went wrong with the Packers being an elite top 5 defense….is that they had to play and…prove it.
Other than that….they were easily top 5!!!! 😯
Ain’t dat right Tommi?
Tom M 7 hours ago
You can’t throw INT’s and be a game manager, Kevin.
Tom M 2 days ago
“….the great Aaron Rodgers went 8-9. He threw a mere 26 TD’s and 12 INT’s averaging 220 yards a game. That makes you a game manager.”
He’s a game manager…..he isn’t a game manager……
Tom M 7 hours ago
After you constantly telling us Brock Purdy was a franchise QB….”
Lol, well….that would be interesting, if i EVER called Purdy a franchise QB.
But you keep spewing out your lies Little Man, i’m sure everyone is impressed.
Now, finish off that Cheeto bag and get ready for bed.
You have a big day tomorrow..another 17 hours on the internet.
Tom Moshier has contacted me privately, issuing me his own cease and desist document requesting that i stop bringing up his waffling about “game managers”.
He simply told me… “there’s no there there.”
“He’s a game manager…..he isn’t a game manager……PICK ONE!!”
No kidding, hey PF4L. This guy is such a clown. Not even worth responding to because he’s just gonna talk out of his rear, take you in circles and get absolutely nowhere. Tom whines about how Rodgers’ positive stats don’t mean anything but then uses stats to try and cut him down. Rodgers threw more than ten interceptions for the first time in over a decade but because he threw for 12 this season with a hodgepodge WR corp, the most efficient QB in NFL history is somehow washed up. His logic is truly laughable.
“And this is why Aaron Rodgers will go down in history as a wasted talent. He could have been truly great. Not just stat whore great. But Tom Brady, Patrick Mahomes, Joe Burrow great.”
Apparently Joe Burrow has cemented his place in NFL history but Aaron Rodgers’ career, 4 League MVP’s and a Super Bowl win, is nothing more than a waste. Once again, truly laughable.
Yea, it’s fun isn’t it? 😏
That simple minded man/child doesn’t take me in circles.
When he talks about Rodgers interceptions, you just have to grin and consider the source.
Talking about Rodgers (4:1 ratio) having too many interceptions is like trying to negatively critique Leonardo da Vinci paintings.
You just end up looking like a damn fool.
Wait a damn minute!!….Rodgers won a SB?
GTF out of town!!
I swore i read from Tom that Rodgers would never win a SB.
Joe Burrow great…yea 😮
Well…maybe if Rodgers stays in the NFL, he can somehow catch up to Joe Burrow’s accomplishments.
The problem with Tommi…is that he’s too stupid to know when he buries himself.
Then again…also fun 😉
“Janis has been on several podcasts telling everyone what a dick Rodgers was.”
Really? Because here’s a post straight from Janis’s personal twitter that says otherwise. But what does Janis know about his own situation? Tom M has the real scoop.
The problem with Tommi…is that he’s too stupid to know when he buries himself.
Here’s what Aaron Rodgers isn’t ladies. He isn’t the GOAT. He isn’t an MVP QB and never will be again. I don’t care what bullshit he tells Pat McAfee. And he’ll never be Tom Brady. He couldn’t hold Brady’s jock strap, although I’m sure he’d love to. On his best days this past season he was no better than a game manager. On his worst days he was pure shit. Don’t believe me? Rewatch both those Detroit games and marvel at your hero’s performance. We win just one of those games and we make the playoffs. Brock Purdy is a game manager. To compare Brock Purdy to Aaron Rodgers is an insult to Brock Purdy. Purdy has already won more playoff games in two weeks than Aaron Rodgers has in two years. Stick a fork in him, Rodgers is done. Not to worry, someone will be stupid enough to trade for him. Where he can prove it was management that always held him back. Sure you will Erin. This is gonna be Russell Wilson all over again.
It’s now being reported that the Packers asking price for Aaron Rodgers is two first round draft picks and they’ll refuse to send him to an NFC team. New York Jets owner Woody Johnson would gladly pay such a ridiculous ransom for the aging diva QB. A sucker is born everyday. It’s unknown whether Rodgers would consider the Jets but to sweeten the pot, the Jets are set to offer the OC job to Rodgers buddy Nathaniel Hackett. Throw in Tom Clements as QB coach and Randal Cobb you just might have yourself a deal. So what can we expect from Rodgers next season? Let’s give him the benefit of the doubt. He won’t win an MVP, but he doesn’t play as bad as he did this year either. Let’s say he throws around 30 TD’s and 6 picks. The Jets go 10-7, maybe even 11-6 and make the playoffs but ultimately lose to either Joe Burrow, Patrick Mahomes, Josh Allen, Trevor Lawrence, or Justin Herbert in the opening round of the playoffs. Why? Because everyone one of those QB’s are better than Rodgers. Now what about Jordan Love? What kind of first year can we expect of him? I think 25 to 30 TD’s is reasonable along with 10-12 INT’s. The Packers win 9 or 10 games and likewise make the playoffs and are also one and done. Remember, Aaron Rodgers went 6-10 his first season as a starter but you knew immediately Rodgers was a franchise QB. We don’t have to win it all next season, we just need to know if Love is a franchise QB. If the answer is yes, then Jalen Hurts and Jordan Love will battle for supremacy in the NFC for years to come and could rival the epic QB battles of Mahomes/Burrow/Allen in the AFC. It’s could be a win/win for everyone.
“……we just need to know if Love is a franchise QB.”
You ask that, after telling us numerous times that he is…a franchise QB.
Franchise QB’s….Game managers?
Do you find it difficult to keep all your bullshit straight?
(Make no mistake…we are all laughing at you, not with you)
Thank you for understanding.
Do better Little Man.