2025 Super Bowl Odds: Who Are the Favorites to Win It All Next Year?

Skyler Carlin
Skyler Carlin@skyler_carlin
2025 Super Bowl Odds: Who Are the Favorites to Win It All Next Year?

The Kansas City Chiefs are back-to-back champions in the NFL after defeating the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl 58. Even with the Chiefs' victory over the 49ers being fresh, we can begin discussing how certain teams could fare next season.

It is never too early to generate takes on who could win next year's Super Bowl, which will take place in New Orleans. While plenty of roster moves will take shape in the offseason, you can bet on the Super Bowl winner for the 2024-2025 campaign in the NFL odds section on FanDuel Sportsbook.

Let's take a quick look at which teams are favored to hoist the Lombardi Trophy once Super Bowl LIX comes to a close.

Super Bowl 2025 Odds

Here are the teams with the 15 shortest odds, with a breakdown of the top contenders.

2025 Super Bowl Winner
San Francisco 49ers+450
Kansas City Chiefs+750
Baltimore Ravens+900
Detroit Lions+1200
Buffalo Bills+1200
Cincinnati Bengals+1500
Dallas Cowboys+1500
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San Francisco 49ers (+450)

The 49ers fell short of winning the Super Bowl in a 25-22 overtime defeat to the Chiefs, extending the franchise's streak of not winning the big game to 29 years. Kyle Shanahan has helped build one of the best all-around rosters in the NFL, but the 49ers can't seemingly get over the hump.

San Francisco has made it to at least the NFC Championship in three consecutive seasons, and it has appeared in the Super Bowl twice in the last five seasons. Both times the 49ers reached the Super Bowl, they have squared off against Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs, and they have been on the wrong end of the outcome on both occasions.

Brock Purdy figures to return as the starting quarterback for the 49ers next season, proving he is an upgrade over Jimmy Garoppolo in Shanahan's offense. San Fran should also continue boasting arguably the best group of skill players with Christian McCaffrey, Brandon Aiyuk, Deebo Samuel, and George Kittle all expected back.

On the defensive side of the ball, the 49ers will have to make a decision on Chase Young while Nick Bosa and Fred Warner continue to operate as primary cogs. Despite the shortcomings the 49ers have endured when it matters most in recent years, many believe they'll finally achieve their goal of a Super Bowl win next season.

Kansas City Chiefs (+750)

What else can be said about the Chiefs following their most recent Super Bowl victory that hasn't been said already? Even amidst a season where Mahomes didn't have a reliable group of weapons, the Chiefs have won back-to-back titles despite being underdogs in three straight postseason contests.

Having an elite signal-caller is a massive edge for teams who are trying to win a Super Bowl, and Kansas City deploys the best quarterback in the league. The scary part for the rest of the NFL is the fact that the Chiefs are likely going to surround Mahomes with much better weapons this offseason.

Where the Chiefs will have difficult decisions to make is on the defensive end. Chris Jones and L'Jarius Sneed are set to hit free agency. Retaining at least one -- or both -- of Jones and Sneed should be a priority for the Chiefs along with surrounding Mahomes with more reliable pass-catchers.

Travis Kelce is also turning 35 years old later this year, but there aren't any signs that the All-Pro tight end is ready to call it a career just yet. Following an improbable win over the 49ers in Super Bowl LVIII, the Chiefs have shown that as long as No. 15 is healthy, they should be the favorites to win it all.

Baltimore Ravens (+900)

The Baltimore Ravens found themselves playing in the AFC Championship this season for the first time since the team won the Super Bowl in the 2012-13 season. Despite having the NFL MVP in Lamar Jackson, the Ravens were unable to prevent the Chiefs from playing in back-to-back Super Bowls.

Besides having a dynamic offense led by Jackson, the Ravens were the lone team in the league to finish top-six in schedule-adjusted offense and defense, per numberFire's metrics. While Zay Flowers and Mark Andrews are a talented one-two punch in the passing game, Baltimore is still seemingly missing a piece on offense.

John Harbaugh has kept the Ravens in the mix for years, winning 10-plus games in five of the last six seasons. The defense is typically a strength for the Ravens, but the team will need to adjust to defensive coordinator Mike Macdonald leaving to become the head coach of the Seattle Seahawks.

With a quarterback like Jackson at the helm, Baltimore is always going to be a competitive team in the AFC. At the same time, failing to live up to expectations in the playoffs has become a common theme for the Ravens in recent years.

Detroit Lions (+1200)

Under head coach Dan Campbell, the Detroit Lions have evolved into a team that has earned the support of plenty of fans. Just two seasons ago, the Lions finished with a 3-13-1 record in Campbell's first year on the job, prompting many to wonder if he was fit to be a head coach in the NFL.

Fast forward to this season and the Lions tied their franchise record of 12 wins and ended a 32-year drought of not winning a playoff game. Detroit defeated the Los Angeles Rams and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers before losing to San Francisco in the NFC Championship.

Despite it being a disappointing finish to the season, the positive news is that the Lions will retain both of their coordinators: Ben Johnson and Aaron Glenn. Johnson has been a coveted head coach candidate due to his ability to get the most out of Jared Goff, but he has elected to remain with the team for another season in 2024.

There's no doubt the defense needs a bit of work after trotting out the fifth-worst schedule-adjusted unit in the league. Pairing Aidan Hutchinson with another true difference-maker on defense should be a priority for a Lions team that needs to maximize their current window to win.

Buffalo Bills (+1200)

Every team in the AFC has felt the wrath of Mahomes and the Chiefs, but no other team has felt it more than the Buffalo Bills. The Bills have won 11-plus games in four straight seasons only for the Chiefs to send them home in the postseason three times in that span -- including this year's loss in the Divisional Round.

Buffalo has an elite quarterback (Josh Allen), and the defense was the sixth-best schedule-adjusted unit this season. Even with the consistency the Bills have shown in the regular season in recent years, we are seemingly entering a crucial season for head coach Sean McDermott.

Maintaining a solid group of skill players around Allen is going to be vital for the Bills this offseason with Gabriel Davis notably being an unrestricted free agent. Stefon Diggs had a forgettable second half of the season, so it remains to be seen what his relationship with the organization is like entering the 2024-2025 campaign.

The good news is that Joe Brady has been announced as the full-time offensive coordinator next season, which should lead to a more balanced offense again. If the Bills can cruise through the regular season once more, they need to prove they can beat the best teams when it matters most before they're considered legitimate favorites in the AFC.

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