With Super Bowl LVI in the books, the Los Angeles Rams are now defending champions. Already, bookmakers are posting odds for next year’s Super Bowl in Glendale, Ariz.
Let’s give Pennsylvania sports betting enthusiasts a look at future odds for the teams in the state, the Philadelphia Eagles and Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Eagles' Forecast
The Philadelphia Eagles went 9-8 and made the playoffs under first-year coach Nick Sirianni.
The Birds are a team looking to build on their surprising turnaround and success with what they hope is an up-and-coming quarterback in Jalen Hurts and three first-round picks to use in the upcoming NFL Player Draft on April 28-30 in Las Vegas.
The Eagles won four of their last five games to end the season but ended on a sour note as the team laid a dud in the playoffs. Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were playing at home and easily upended the Eagles, 31-15, in an NFC wild card playoff game.
BetMGM released its latest Super Bowl odds on Tuesday morning. The Eagles are listed with opening odds at +4000 to capture the Super Bowl in 2023. Thus far, 2.0% of the tickets are on the Eagles, with 1.7% of the handle. The Eagles are listed at +1800 to win the NFC.
BetMGM lists the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs as co-favorites in Super Bowl odds at +750. The Eagles are tied for 17th in the rankings at +4000 with the Miami Dolphins, Minnesota Vikings, New Orleans Saints and Seattle Seahawks.
Over at Caesars Sportsbook, the Eagles have the same +4000 odds to win it all and are listed at +1800 in capture the NFC Championship.
Caesars and BetMGM list Hurts at +4000 to win regular season Most Valuable Player. BetMGM lists current MVP Aaron Rodgers and Patrick Mahomes as co-favorites to be MVP.
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The Steelers' Forecast
The Pittsburgh Steelers finished second in the AFC North Division at 9-7-1. After sneaking in the NFL playoffs, they lost to the Kansas City Chiefs on the road, 42-21, in an AFC wild card playoff game.
Oh yeah, future Hall of Famer Ben Roethlisberger also announced his retirement. The biggest question, by far, for next season will be: Who will be the Steelers’ starter at quarterback?
For the upcoming NFL Draft, the Steelers have one pick in each of the first five rounds, highlighted by two picks in the top 50 (No. 17 in the first round and No. 49 in the second).
BetMGM has the Steelers at +5000 to win the Super Bowl with 2.0% of the tickets and 1.4% of the handle. They are listed at +2800 to win the AFC. Only the Jacksonville Jaguars (+5000), the Houston Texas and New York Jets (+8000) have longer odds in the conference.
Pittsburgh has slightly higher odds at Caesars Sportsbook as they are listed at +6000 to take it all, with +3000 to win the AFC Championship.
BetMGM in December announced a partnership with the team in which they offer Steelers-branded Pennsylvania online casino games.