NFL Betting Futures Odds

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FUTURESConsensusCons.
Green Bay PackersPackers
+350
+375ML
+320ML
+1400ML
+350ML
+350ML
+350ML
Kansas City ChiefsChiefs
+400
+400ML
+400ML
+500ML
+380ML
+400ML
+400ML
Buffalo BillsBills
+500
+500ML
+500ML
+1200ML
+500ML
+500ML
+500ML
Tampa Bay BuccaneersBuccaneers
+550
+550ML
+550ML
+650ML
+550ML
+550ML
+550ML
Los Angeles RamsRams
+700
+700ML
+750ML
+1400ML
+750ML
+700ML
+750ML
Tennessee TitansTitans
+900
+900ML
+750ML
+2500ML
+850ML
+850ML
+900ML
San Francisco 49ers49ers
+1200
+1100ML
+1100ML
+1400ML
+1000ML
+1200ML
+1200ML
Cincinnati BengalsBengals
+1500
+1200ML
+1500ML
+12500ML
+1500ML
+1500ML
+1500ML
Indianapolis ColtsColts
+2200
+2000ML
+2200ML
+3500ML
+8000ML
+13000ML
+2200ML
New England PatriotsPatriots
+2200
+999800ML
+2200ML
+3000ML
+100000ML
+55000ML
+2200ML
Dallas CowboysCowboys
+3300
+20000ML
+1600ML
+3000ML
+1300ML
+1800ML
+3300ML
Los Angeles ChargersChargers
+3400
+10000ML
+4000ML
+3000ML
+8000ML
+3400ML
+3300ML
Arizona CardinalsCardinals
+10000
+50000ML
+2200ML
+4000ML
+2500ML
+55000ML
+10000ML
Las Vegas RaidersRaiders
+10000
+10000ML
+5000ML
+8000ML
+6500ML
+13000ML
+10000ML
Cleveland BrownsBrowns
+15000
+15000ML
+10000ML
+1600ML
+13000ML
+15000ML
+50000ML
New Orleans SaintsSaints
+15000
+6000ML
+12500ML
+3000ML
+6000ML
+10000ML
+15000ML
Pittsburgh SteelersSteelers
+15000
+50000ML
+8000ML
+4000ML
+100000ML
+34000ML
+15000ML
Minnesota VikingsVikings
+22500
+20000ML
+25000ML
+4000ML
+20000ML
+55000ML
+22500ML
Miami DolphinsDolphins
+25000
+15000ML
+10000ML
+3000ML
+25000ML
+25000ML
+50000ML
Baltimore RavensRavens
+30000
+50000ML
+25000ML
+1400ML
+10000ML
+18000ML
+30000ML
Atlanta FalconsFalcons
+50000
+100000ML
+50000ML
+6000ML
+50000ML
+100000ML
+50000ML
Philadelphia EaglesEagles
+50000
+6000ML
+6000ML
+8000ML
+100000ML
+100000ML
+50000ML
Washington Football TeamFootball Team
+50000
+50000ML
+75000ML
+5000ML
+50000ML
+100000ML
+50000ML
Denver BroncosBroncos
+75000
+100000ML
+25000ML
+4000ML
+50000ML
+100000ML
+75000ML
Seattle SeahawksSeahawks
+100000
+100000ML
+75000ML
+2500ML
+50000ML
+100000ML
+100000ML
Chicago BearsBears
+125000
+200000ML
+500000ML
+5000ML
+100000ML
+100000ML
+125000ML
New York GiantsGiants
+175000
+500000ML
+500000ML
+8000ML
+100000ML
+100000ML
+175000ML
Carolina PanthersPanthers
+175000
+100000ML
+100000ML
+8000ML
+100000ML
+100000ML
+175000ML
Detroit LionsLions
+500000
+500000ML
+1000000ML
+20000ML
+100000ML
+42000ML
+750000ML
New York JetsJets
+500000
+500000ML
+750000ML
+12500ML
+100000ML
+21000ML
+750000ML
Jacksonville JaguarsJaguars
+500000
+500000ML
+1000000ML
+12500ML
+100000ML
+22000ML
+750000ML
Houston TexansTexans
+750000
+999800ML
+750000ML
+25000ML
+100000ML
+28000ML
+750000ML

Super Bowl Futures | NFL MVP Futures | NFL Playoff Futures | NFL Win Total Futures

NFL Super Bowl Odds & NFL Futures

An NFL "futures" bet is a bet on an event that will be determined in the future--beyond just the current day or week. Often, futures center around end-of-season results like betting on a team to win a championship or a player to win an award. If the selected team or players wins the event on which the bet was placed, the bettor wins their bet.

Futures odds are associated with big payouts, hence greater-scale-than-normal odds like +6000 are not unheard of. It is hard to win the Super Bowl and difficult to predict early in a season. Even the best teams, or "most likely" outcomes, will be plus-money far off from the event date. Futures are available across the season for conference and division outcomes, individual player awards, and more.

Futures odds example

An example of Super Bowl Odds aka "Futures"

Jump Ahead: Super Bowl | NFL Playoffs | NFL American Football Conference (AFC) | NFL National Football Conference (NFC) | NFL MVP | NFL Player/Rookie of the Year | Betting on NFL Futures

Oddsmakers give you plenty of options to bet on before the very first kickoff of the season and in weeks leading up to events and results. Here's a look at NFL Futures odds options:

superbowl logo  Super Bowl Odds

A Super Bowl Champion hasn't repeated in nearly 20 years, and yet, there are only a handful of teams that have a chance to win it all in a given year. And the Super Bowl odds board will reflect that. Coming into the season, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Kansas City Chiefs were favored to meet again in Super Bowl 56... check how the futures have changed as we're just a few weeks away from the NFL Playoffs kicking off.

Odds to Win Super Bowl - Current Leaders

Team Odds
Green Bay Packers +400
Kansas City Chiefs +500
Buffalo Bills +750
Los Angeles Rams +850
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +900

Updated January 3, 2:17 p.m. EST - Odds provided by DraftKings and subject to change

Super Bowl Futures

calendar iconKey Super Bowl Dates & 2021 Overview

Super Bowl 56 will be held on Feb. 13 at Sofi Stadium in Los Angeles.

Last year’s Super Bowl recap: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9 to win their second Super Bowl in franchise history.

  NFL MVP Odds

Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers has battled through the trenches to now sit as MVP favorite for the second year in a row. He's neck and neck with Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Tom Brady for the NFL's top individual award, but Indianapolis Colts RB Jonathan Taylor has dropped his name into the hat in the last few weeks with his stellar performances on the field. We likely won't know who gets crowned the next NFL MVP until the final week of the season.

NFL MVP Futures

playoff logo  NFL Playoffs Odds

The NFL Playoffs are a few weeks away, meaning it's make or break time for a handful of teams looking to punch their ticket into the postseason. NFL Playoff odds change each week as teams grab wins and losses, and rise and fall in the standings. The way things are sitting now, seeding it still to be decided across the league and the different wild card teams seem to be filing in and out of the playoffs each week.

2020 Playoff Recap

AFC Championship - Chiefs vs. Bills

  • Buffalo Bills
  • Kansas City Chiefs -- The Chiefs defeated the Bills, 38-24, to advance to their second straight Super Bowl.

NFC Championship - Buccaneers vs. Packers

  • Green Bay Packers
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- The Bucs defeated the Packers, 31-26, to advance to their second ever Super Bowl appearance.

NFL Playoff Futures

Playoffs odds icon Regular Season Win Total Odds

Regular Season Win predictions are typically bet on during training camp and the preseason as bettors get a sense of what their favorite teams are looking like after the draft and free agency -- plus, what injuries have occurred. Oddsmakers set a line at where they think teams will land in the standings, and it's up to you to decide if a team will go over or under that mark.

NFL Win Total Futures

afc logo American Football Conference Futures odds

Shaky play through the first half of the season had us questioning whether the Kansas City Chiefs would be here come the end of the season, but, not surprisingly, we're right back where we've been the last few seasons. The Chiefs are back in the No. 1 seed and are the odds on favorite to win the AFC for a third straight year. As long as they can maintain their hold and have the AFC playoffs go through Arrowhead, things should go their way.

Jump Ahead to AFC Divisions: North | South | East | West

The AFC's Leading Contenders:

AFC Futures Odds
Team Odds Division
Kansas City Chiefs +225 West
Buffalo Bills +300 East
Tennessee Titans +500 South
New England Patriots +750 East
Indianapolis Colts +800 South

Odds as of Monday, January 3, 2:31 p.m. EST from DraftKings and subject to change

AFC Futures

 AFC North

A division run by the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens in the last five seasons, things have a chance to change this season with Joe Burrow leading the Cincinnati Bengals to a first place lead heading into the final few weeks of the season. Will the second year QB do enough to hand the Bengals their first division title since 2015? Or will Lamar Jackson return in time to bring the struggling Ravens back into title contention?

Odds to win 2021-22 AFC North Division:

AFC North Futures

AFC South AFC South Futures

While the Jacksonville Jaguars and Houston Texans are battling at the bottom of the NFL for a better draft spot, the Tennessee Titans and Indianapolis Colts are fighting for the AFC South Title. No matter who takes the crown by the end of the season, it's looking like the second place team will get a wild card berth and make the playoffs either way. The Titans have a slight edge at the moment, but who will prevail?

Odds to win 2021-22 AFC South Division:

AFC South Futures

AFC East

The AFC East was supposed to be the Buffalo Bills' to lose coming into the season, but the New England Patriots have since made it a stunning race to the finish. The once division dominating Patriots were thought to have finally fallen off with the departure of Tom Brady and missing the playoffs in 2020, but stellar play from rookie QB Mac Jones and some stumbling by the favored Bills has this division more interesting than ever in the final few weeks of the year.

Odds to win 2021-22 AFC East Division:

Odds as of Monday, January 3, 2:31 p.m. EST from DraftKings and subject to change

AFC East Futures

AFC West AFC West

The Kansas City Chiefs claimed their sixth straight AFC West title in Week 16 thanks to the Los Angeles Chargers' loss to the Houston Texans and a huge win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Chiefs now have their focus on maintaining the No. 1 seed in the AFC so that the playoffs run through Arrowhead Stadium.

Odds to win 2021-22 AFC West Division:

AFC West Futures

NFC Logo National Football Conference Futures Odds

After their loss to the New Orleans Saints in Week 15, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers fell out of the highest odds to win the NFC, with the No. 1 seed Green Bay Packers now the favorite to represent the conference in the Super Bowl. The top of the NFC is very, very strong, and we've seen crazy moments in playoffs past, so trust your gut when making a pick.

Jump Ahead to NFC Divisions: North | South | East | West

The NFC's Leading Contenders:

NFC Futures Odds
Team Odds Division
Green Bay Packers +175 North
Los Angeles Rams +400 West
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +450 South
Dallas Cowboys +550 East
Arizona Cardinals +1000 West

Odds as of Monday, January 3, 2:31 p.m. EST from DraftKings and subject to change

NFC Futures

NFC North

Arguably the easiest division to call during the preseason in 2021, the Green Bay Packers have already claimed the NFC North division crown for the third straight season. They're still playing for the No. 1 seed in the NFC, so don't expect to see them pull their foot off the gas just yet ahead of the playoffs.

Odds to win 2021-22 NFC North Division:

NFC North Futures

NFC South

Tom Brady can add an NFC division title to his already stuffed accolades case. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers won their first division title since 2007 in Week 16 and can look forward to a home game in these playoffs that aren't the actual Super Bowl. They won it all last season as a wild card team...who's to say a home game or two won't help them repeat?

Odds to win 2021-22 NFC South Division:

NFC South Futures

NFC East

The ever-rotating NFC East title is heading back to Dallas this season. The Cowboys picked up the crown in Week 16 continues the division's tradition of not having a repeating champion since the Philadelphia Eagles won it four years in a row from 2001-2004. This Cowboys team not only looks ready to end that streak next season, but they also have a legitimate shot of winning the Super Bowl this season.

Odds to win 2021-22 NFC East Division:

NFC East Futures

NFC West

The NFC West was expected to be the hardest-fought division in the league this season. Despite the Seattle Seahawks suffering a significant drop off from their division title performance in 2020, the Arizona Cardinals, Los Angeles Rams and San Francisco 49ers have been picking up the slack. Odds have it coming down to the Cards and Rams, so choose wisely. 

Odds to win 2021-22 NFC West Division:

Odds as of Monday, January 3, 2:31 p.m. EST from DraftKings and subject to change

NFC West Futures 

NFL Player of the Year Odds 

In addition to the NFL MVP award, there are a number of other individual awards that get are given to players each season. Considering the MVP award almost always goes to a quarterback (like the pro version of the Heisman Trophy), the NFL has other offensive and defensive awards for players to go after.

Here's a look at NFL Player of the Year Odds:

  NFL Offensive Player of the Year (OPOY) Odds

With the MVP trophy almost always going to a quarterback, this is the award for other offensive players to aim for. The NFL OPOY is typically given to either the running back or wide receivers with the best stats on the season. It's also possible that a player wins the OPOY and the MVP in the same season.

NFL Defensive Player of the Year (DPOY) Odds

The NFL Defensive Player of the Year award can really go to any player around the defense on the field. Sometimes a defensive end or tackle gets it, and sometimes a linebacker or cornerback can get it. There isn't one specific stat that reigns supreme over others, but sacks, total tackles and interceptions can play a large part in claiming the DPOY award.

  NFL Comeback Player of the Year (CPOY) Odds

Whether it's coming back from a season-ending injury, a suspension or just plain old bad play, the NFL CPOY award is given to a player that's overcome some type of adversity in the past and has returned to put together a strong, or even stellar, performance during the regular season.

NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year (OROY) Odds

Since a rookie QB is unlikely to contend for the MVP, the OROY race has an extra position thrown into the mix. The award goes to the best offensive rookie on the season, and typically comes down to a two-man race to the finish between a quarterback and either a wide receiver or running back. Any offensive player is eligible, but "sexy" stats tend to be required to really be considered (sorry linemen).

NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year (DROY) Odds

Like the OROY, the DROY award goes to the top rookie on the year -- but on the defensive side of the ball. The best rookies come from somewhere around the top of the draft, so pay attention to those first few draft picks on either side of the ball that could compete for individual awards.

NFL Stat Titles

Although no official trophy or award is given for statistical titles, leading the league in a certain statistic likely gives you a great chance at capturing an award and also a Pro Bowl berth. In some instances, one player can hold titles in more than one stat, which makes betting on these even more interesting:

NFL Rushing Title Odds

Who's going to run for the most rushing yards this season? That's the question that NFL rushing title oddsmakers aim to answer. Picking between the few top running backs in the league could be your angle, or maybe who has the best offensive line to run behind. Who's in a run-first vs. pass-first offense? Who's injury prone? Figure all that out and you could win big on this future.

NFL Passing Title Odds

Who's going to pass for the most yards this season? That's the question that NFL passing title oddsmakers aim to answer. Who won the year before? Who has the best weapons at their disposal? Whose arm is on the rise and whose is on the decline? Figure all that out and you could win big on this future bet.

NFL Receiving Title Odds

Who's going to finish with the most receiving yards on the season? That's the question that NFL receiving title oddsmakers aim to answer. Who's throwing them the ball? How many other weapons are on their team? What cornerback matchups are on their schedule? Figure all that out and you could win big on this future bet.

NFL Scrimmage Title Odds

This title is much less talked about than the rest, but really, it's the most productive player on the field that season. The NFL scrimmage title can go to a running back or wide receivers, but it's hard for a receiver to match a pass-catching running back's production -- though it isn't impossible.

Passing Touchdowns Futures Odds

Who's going to finish with the most passing TDs on the season? That's the question that oddsmakers aim to answer. Who has the best weapons at their disposal? Who's in a pass-first offense vs. a run-first one? Who's got a pass-catching running back? Who throws bombs down the field vs. who throws a lot of check downs that eventually result in a rushing TD? Figure all that out and you could win big on this future bet.

Rushing Touchdowns Title Odds

Who's going to finish with the most rushing TDs on the season? That's the question that oddsmakers aim to answer. Who's a power back that can battle in the trenches at the goal line? Who has potential to break off on huge runs that result in six points? Who's got the best offensive line? Figure all that out and you can win big on this future bet.

Receiving Touchdowns Title Odds

Who's going to finish with the most receiving TDs on the season? That's the question oddsmakers aim to answer. Who caught the most the season before? Who's throwing them the ball? Who's got other weapons to worry about on their team? Who's in a pass-first offense? What cornerbacks do they face that season? Figure all that out and you can win big on this future bet.

NFL Receptions Title Odds

Who's going to finish with the most receptions on the season? That's the question oddsmakers aim to answer. What type of offense is their team running? Do they throw the long ball often or throw more check downs? How many other weapons are on the team that will require the quarterback will need to spread the love? Figure all that out and you can win big on this future bet.

Betting on NFL Futures

After a long season and the NFL Playoffs eliminate teams from 14 to two for the Super Bowl, oddsmakers will set American Odds on the championship match-up. At this point, these are no longer future odds -- the main event is near! For an event this major, the odds have a name: the Super Bowl Odds Series Price, using American Odds.

  • Buccaneers logo Tampa Bay Buccaneers -140 (Bet $100; win $40 on the Bucs)
  • Chiefs logo Kansas City Chiefs +200 (Bet $100; win $200 on the Chiefs)

For additional resources, check out our betting calculators . But here are the fast facts on odd types and how to bet on the Super Bowl.

What are American Odds?

American Odds are the default odds at U.S. sportsbooks. The odds are based on winning $100 for a given bet on either the Favorite or the Underdog.  A Favorite will have a minus (-) sign next to the odds and represents the money you need to risk to win $100. An Underdog will have a plus (+) sign in front and represents the money you can win for every $100 risked. So, if you're betting on the Bucs at -140 against the Chiefs, that means Tampa Bay is a slight favorite. You need to risk $140 to win $100 on the Bucs. If they win, you profit $100 and get your original $140 back.

What are Decimal Odds?

Beyond the U.S., most of the world uses Decimal Odds, in part because it’s easier to convert them to implied probabilities. Decimal odds represent the amount you win for every $1 wagered. And the number represents the total return, not just the profit (this is different from American and fractional odds).

 What are Fractional Odds?

Fractional Odds are used primarily in Ireland and the United Kingdom. Few bettors use fractional odds for betting sports other than horse racing, because the conversions to understand return are challenging. To calculate winnings on fractional odds, multiply your bet by the top number (the numerator), then divide the result by the bottom number (the denominator). 

Where can I bet on the Super Bowl?

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