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49ers are early favorites to win Super Bowl LIX

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Feb 12, 2024

The 49ers may not have won Super Bowl LVIII, but sportsbooks across the country are favoring them to win Super Bowl LIX. Their odds vary slightly from book to book but generally fall around +550. The runners-up, the Chiefs, are the No. 2 team, followed by the Ravens, Lions, and Bills in varying orders. The Bengals, Cowboys, Eagles, Dolphins, Packers, and Texans make up the next block. The Chargers, Jets, Rams, and Jaguars are the next group, with early action backing the Lions and Chargers. The Panthers have the longest odds as they head into Dave Canales’ first season as head coach.

Six teams make up the next block as oddsmakers have the Bengals, Cowboys, Eagles, Dolphins, Packers, and Texans in varying orders. The Chargers, Jets, Rams, and Jaguars are the next group and Caesars Sportsbook assistant director Adam Pullen told ESPN that they’ve seen a lot of early action backing the Lions and Chargers. “Obviously, the Lions are following up on a tremendous season and the Chargers made a splash by hiring Jim Harbaugh as their head coach,” Pullen said. Just as there’s consensus on the 49ers at the top of the board, there’s agreement at the bottom. The Panthers have the longest Super Bowl odds as they head into Dave Canales’ first season as head coach.

Six teams make up the next block as oddsmakers have the Bengals, Cowboys, Eagles, Dolphins, Packers, and Texans in varying orders. The Chargers, Jets, Rams, and Jaguars are the next group and Caesars Sportsbook assistant director Adam Pullen told ESPN that they’ve seen a lot of early action backing the Lions and Chargers. “Obviously, the Lions are following up on a tremendous season and the Chargers made a splash by hiring Jim Harbaugh as their head coach,” Pullen said. Just as there’s consensus on the 49ers at the top of the board, there’s agreement at the bottom. The Panthers have the longest Super Bowl odds as they head into Dave Canales’ first season as head coach.

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