2025 Super Bowl Odds: 49ers Favorited, Chiefs +700 To Three-Peat

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Super Bowl 59 Odds: 49ers Favorited, Chiefs +700 Three-peat

As we turn the page to the offseason, the best football betting sites are ready with Super Bowl odds. The two finalists from Sunday’s overtime thriller top the list once again. The San Francisco 49ers are first on the board as the team will be seeking another shot at the title. The Kansas City Chiefs are second as they aim for a three-peat. 

Behind the two leaders, we find a slew of legitimate contenders, some of which made it to the postseason and others that came up short. As the offseason moves along, we can expect to see movement in the Super Bowl 59 futures odds in response to where the bets are going and other developments. Let’s take a closer look at where things stand right now. 

Latest odds to win Super Bowl 59

AFC favorites to win Super Bowl 59

The Chiefs enter another offseason as the presumptive favorite to win the AFC. The club will be aiming for its third consecutive Lombardi Trophy and fourth in six seasons. Kansas City has reached at least the AFC championship game six years in a row and has won eight straight AFC West titles.

Early betting lines suggest that sportsbooks view the Ravens and Bills as the biggest threats to end the Chiefs’ dominant run. The two clubs fell victim at home to the Chiefs in the NFL playoffs, with the Bills falling in the divisional round and the Ravens losing in the AFC title game.

The Bengals, a team that came up short of the postseason, are up next, followed by the Dolphins and Texans, two clubs that lost in the playoffs to the Chiefs and Ravens, respectively. The Chargers, Jets, and Jaguars are in the next tier of contenders for what could be a competitive conference.

NFC favorites to win Super Bowl 59

The 49ers’ quest for a title came up short in heartbreaking fashion with an overtime loss to the Chiefs. While it’s a small consolation for now, the club is once again the favorite to win the NFC. The Lions, the team San Francisco defeated in the title game, are next on the board. 

Next up, we find two teams that are expected to continue battling for supremacy in the NFC East, the Cowboys and Eagles. The two clubs were among the conference’s top contenders for much of last season, but they made quick exits from the playoffs in the opening round.

Behind the top four contenders, there’s an interesting mix of the Packers, Rams, and Bears. The first two of that group will be looking to return to the playoffs, while the Bears will have the first overall selection at the upcoming NFL draft.