Super Bowl LVII is months days away and pre-season SB futures are already taking action for the NFL’s 2022-23 regular season. On February 12, 2023, the AFC and NFC winners will battle it out to see who will become the next Super Bowl Champion.
Preseason Super Bowl 57 futures are out now, and the Buffalo Bills have the early edge to win it all. That is a bit of a surprise because the Kansas City Chiefs have held that designation for two years running. Below is our take on how the 2022-23 NFL season could play out and which team has what it takes to become the Super Bowl LVII Champion.
Super Bowl LVII Matchup
Current odds to win Super Bowl LVII
Below are the current odds to win Super Bowl LVII. These SB betting odds are available at Bovada’s Online Sportsbook and can be wagered on by any US citizen over the age of 18. With the big game being months away, these 2023 Super Bowl odds will undoubtedly change. Below is where we will keep them updated for you.Super Bowl LVII - 02/12/2023
- Point Spread: TBD
- Money Line: TBD
- Total Points: TBD
Super Bowl LVII Location and Preparations
Super Bowl 57:
AFC vs. NFC
February 12th, 2023
State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona
$7 million +
Super Bowl 57 Preview
Given the above Super Bowl futures as a starting point, it is easy to point to the Rams as the eventual victor. Matthew Stafford’s addition to the roster has made the LA Rams a Super Bowl champion, and his connection with Cooper Kupp has been one for the history books after just one season together.
The Buffalo Bills, Kansas City Chiefs, New England Patriots, Dallas Cowboys, and whichever team Aaron Rodgers ends up with are expected to perform well. The same can be said for the San Francisco 49ers, but they’ll be starting second-year QB Trey Lance who is unproven at this point.
That said, quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo is expected to be traded from the 49ers, and whoever attains his services could be in line for a Super Bowl run. Stay tuned.
Super Bowl 56 Results
Super Bowl 56 Final Score: LA Rams 23, Cincinnati Bengals 20
Super Bowl LVI MVP: Cooper Kupp