Even though there are only eight teams in the NFL Playoffs, there are still many NFL futures to choose from. The Super Bowl is less than a month away, and the odds are mostly mixed, with four teams having odds of less than 6/1 to win it all.
Bettors can still place wagers on who will emerge victorious from each conference or the exact Super Bowl matchup, in addition to the numerous exciting matchups that lie ahead, thanks to NFL odds. Join us now as we examine each playoff round leading up to Super Bowl 57 and detail all of the important dates for the 2023 NFL postseason.
|Wild Card Weekend||January 14-16|
|Divisional Weekend||January 21-22|
|Conference Championships||January 29|
|Super Bowl LVII||February 12|
Buffalo, Kansas City, Philadelphia, and San Francisco are the five teams with odds of 5/1 or better to win the Super Bowl if you just glance at the odds board. A successful trip through a maze of potential encounters with the Bengals and Chiefs.
Both of them are more than capable of a Super Bowl run, which means backing a top AFC team like Buffalo. The NFC, on the other hand, appears to hinge on a 49ers-Eagles contest in the NFC Championship Game.
We can anticipate Buffalo or K.C. to be a slight favorite over San Francisco, Philadelphia, or Dallas in the Big Game if the postseason goes according to plan (Coolbet has the AFC listed as a 3-point favorite). On February 12, NFL fans and bettors alike would be delighted by any combination of these elite teams.
|Chiefs vs. Eagles||+500|
|Chiefs vs. 49ers||+550|
|Bills vs. Eagles||+600|
|Bills vs. 49ers||+650|
|Chiefs vs. Cowboys||+950|
|Bills vs. Cowboys||+1,000|
Odds courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook as of January 18, 2023.