Buccaneers WR Chris Godwin (14) is congratulated by QB Tom Brady (12) after he scored a touchdown against the Atlanta Falcons on Sept. 19, 2021.
Buccaneers WR Chris Godwin (14) is congratulated by QB Tom Brady (12) after he scored a touchdown against the Atlanta Falcons on Sept. 19, 2021.

NFL Betting Insights: 5 Teams Receiving Most Bets to Win 2023 Super Bowl

As the start of the 2022-23 NFL season draws near, the betting market is starting to take shape.

All 32 teams have been bet on to win the 2023 Super Bowl at WynnBET’s online sportsbook, though some teams are attracting more action than others. For example, the Chicago Bears and Houston Texans have received the fewest bets to win the pro football championship as of Tuesday, July 26.

Here are the five teams who have received the most bets to win it all this year:

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

WynnBET’s biggest liability is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who have also received the most bets within this market. That’s why Tampa Bay is the favorite to win the championship with a price of +600.

After winning it all in 2020, Tampa Bay went 13-4 en route to capturing a NFC South crown by four games last year. In a weak conference — and perhaps even weaker division — the Bucs are poised to be a contender this season. As is usually the case for teams led by 45-year-old Tom Brady.

Buffalo Bills

This seems like the year that things are setting up for the Buffalo Bills to get the job done. If you include the regular season and playoffs, Buffalo ranked No. 1 in overall DVOA via Football Outsiders last year. The Bills were 13 seconds away from knocking off the Kansas City Chiefs in the Divisional Round.

Buffalo is priced at +650 to win the Super Bowl, and have the highest win total in the NFL (tied with Green Bay and Tampa Bay) with an over/under of 11.5 victories. Josh Allen and company should be among the favorites in this market all year.

Kansas City Chiefs

Star receiver Tyreek Hill might be gone, but the Chiefs will be a contender as long as Patrick Mahomes is under center. The Chiefs haven’t been a betting underdog in a game Mahomes started in since Week 3 of 2020, but they are expected to get points against the Bucs, Bills and Chargers this season.

Even in what might have been a down year, Kansas City was ranked seventh in total DVOA in 2021 and would have won the AFC had it not been for a second-half collapse. That probably explains why the Chiefs are listed at 10/1 to win the championship and have received the third-most wagers in this market.

Denver Broncos

Denver finally got its quarterback after trading for 33-year-old Russell Wilson. In a down year last fall for Seattle, Wilson finished with 3,113 yards and 25 touchdowns in 14 games. He ranked 19th among all quarterbacks with a PFF grade of 73.9. For comparison, Wilson had been a top-six QB via PFF’s grading system in each of the previous three seasons. 

If Wilson can get back to his recent form, Denver has all the pieces around him to make a deep run. There should be a transition with a new quarterback and new coaching staff, but the Broncos (+1600 to win the title) just need to be clicking by the time postseason comes.

Green Bay Packers

It has been a consistent stretch for the Packers ever since Matt LaFleur came to town. Green Bay has won 13 games in each of the last three seasons, winning the NFC North three times over that span. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers has won back-to-back MVP awards as well.

But the Packers have not made it to the Super Bowl since winning it all back in 2010. This could be the season they finally break through, especially considering there are not many formidable foes in their path. Green Bay has a value of 10/1 to win the championship at this point in the offseason.

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