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NFL Futures Betting Odds 2023-24: Best Picks for Super Bowl 58 Entering Week 12

NFL Futures Betting Odds 2023-24: Best Picks for Super Bowl 58 Entering Week 12

NFL Futures Betting Odds 2023-24: Best Picks for Super Bowl 58 Entering Week 12

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    SEATTLE, WASHINGTON - NOVEMBER 23: Brock Purdy #13 of the San Francisco 49ers looks to pass during the fourth quarter against the Seattle Seahawks at Lumen Field on November 23, 2023 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Steph Chambers/Getty Images)

    Steph Chambers/Getty Images

    Two of the top Super Bowl contenders in the NFC showcased why they should be trusted to make deep postseason runs on Thanksgiving Day.

    The San Francisco 49ers and Dallas Cowboys blew out the Seattle Seahawks and Washington Commanders, respectively, to improve their record by one win and prove how big the gap is between the serious Super Bowl contenders in the NFC.

    Dallas, San Francisco and the Philadelphia Eagles must be viewed as the three favorite Super Bowl contenders out of the NFC after Thursday.

    The Detroit Lions’ slip-up against the Green Bay Packers exposed some flaws of the NFC North leader that could turn into a lack of trust from anyone picking it to reach the Big Game.

    The Miami Dolphins have a chance to showcase their Super Bowl credentials on a national stage once again in Week 12, as they face the New York Jets on Friday.

    The AFC appears to be wide open after the Kansas City Chiefs’ Week 11 loss to Philadelphia.

Updated Super Bowl Odds

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    KANSAS CITY, MO - NOVEMBER 20: Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver A.J. Brown (11) in the first quarter of an NFL football game between the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs on Nov 20, 2023 at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, MO. (Photo by Scott Winters/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

    Scott Winters/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

    San Francisco (+450; bet $100 to win $450)

    Philadelphia (+450)

    Kansas City (+450)

    Baltimore (+850)

    Miami (+900)

    Dallas (+900)

    Detroit (+1200)

    Jacksonville (+2000)

    Buffalo (+2800)

    Cleveland (+3500)

    Seattle (+6000)

    Houston (+6000)

    New Orleans (+6500)

    Pittsburgh (+7500)

    Minnesota (+7500)

    Los Angeles Chargers (+10000)

    Denver (+10000)

    Indianapolis (+12000)

    Tampa Bay (+15000)

    Cincinnati (+15000)

    New York Jets (+18000)

    Green Bay (+18000)

    Los Angeles Rams (+20000)

    Atlanta (+20000)

    Tennessee (+30000)

    Las Vegas (+30000)

    Washington (+50000)

    Chicago (+50000)

    Arizona (+50000)

    New York Giants (+100000)

    New England (+100000)

    Carolina (+100000)

NFC Contenders

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    ARLINGTON, TX - NOVEMBER 23: Dallas Cowboys running back Tony Pollard (20) runs through the line of scrimmage during the game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Washington Commanders on November 23, 2023 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Matthew Pearce/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

    Matthew Pearce/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

    Dallas, Philadelphia and San Francisco are in a tier of their own in the NFC right now.

    The Cowboys should be ranked third in that trio because of their head-to-head losses to the 49ers and Eagles.

    Dallas carries a lot of potential with Dak Prescott leading the offense and Micah Parsons dominating on defense.

    The Cowboys need to show over the next five weeks that they can compete with some of the best teams in the NFL. Dallas faces Seattle, Philadelphia, Buffalo, Miami and Detroit in a span of games that begins next Thursday.

    We should learn a lot more about Dallas’ Super Bowl contending credentials throughout that stretch.

    San Francisco continued to cruise with its road win over Seattle to take full control of the NFC West. The 49ers are now gearing up for their trip to Philadelphia in Week 13.

    The Eagles proved their championship mettle on Monday with a road win over Kansas City.

    Nick Sirianni’s team can already be trusted to win the title, and its status could be increased with wins over Buffalo and San Francisco at home over the next two weeks.

    Detroit dropped down a spot in the power ranking of NFC Super Bowl contenders with its loss to the Green Bay Packers.

    Jared Goff’s turnover problems and the defense’s high-yardage concessions are concerns for when the Lions go up against the best teams in the NFC.

    Dallas, Philadelphia and San Francisco would be the only three teams to trust in the NFC right now to advance to the Super Bowl if the postseason began today.

AFC Contenders

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    MIAMI GARDENS, FL - NOVEMBER 19: Miami Dolphins wide receiver Cedrick Wilson Jr. (11) tries to stiff arm Las Vegas Raiders tight end Jesper Horsted (80) during the game between the Las Vegas Raiders and the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, November 19, 2023 at Hard Rock Stadium, Miami, Fla. (Photo by Peter Joneleit/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

    Peter Joneleit/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

    The AFC is where all of the postseason fun will take place.

    The top five teams in the conference are separated by a half-game, a group led by the 8-3 Baltimore Ravens.

    Kansas City’s loss to Philadelphia was frustrating for the reigning Super Bowl champion, but it can’t be counted out as long as Patrick Mahomes is its quarterback.

    The Chiefs need to figure out who the best wide receivers on their roster are between now and the start of the postseason, and if they solve that issue, they could be as dangerous as previous seasons.

    Miami’s high-flying offense should put on another show versus the New York Jets on Friday, which will temporarily tie the Dolphins with the Ravens atop the AFC.

    The Dolphins belong in the same category as the Ravens and Chiefs as the strongest Super Bowl contenders from the AFC.

    The Cleveland Browns have a strong defense, but they have quarterback concerns after Deshaun Watson’s season-ending injury.

    Trevor Lawrence and the Jacksonville Jaguars will be in the mix, but they need to improve to reach the level of the top three teams in the conference.

    The AFC wild-card race will be fun, but right now, all of the teams in that competition have enough flaws that could be exploited by Baltimore, Kansas City or Miami in a playoff matchup.

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