The football season never ends. At least in New York sports betting.
Less than 24 hours after the Los Angeles Rams edged the Cincinnati Bengals on Super Bowl Sunday, sportsbooks across the country already were looking to next season by releasing early future odds for teams to win the AFC/NFC championships and Super Bowl LVII in Glendale, Ariz.
One of three New York teams has a real shot at winning the title, according to the oddsmakers, and the other two are looking to make strides to improve and get more wins.
Only Chiefs Picked Higher Than Bills
The Buffalo Bills, coming off a heartbreaking overtime loss at the Kansas City Chiefs in the NFL divisional playoffs, have been listed by Caesars Sportsbook New York as one of the top two teams to take the title in 2023. Currently, Caesars lists the Bills at +750, second behind the top choice Chiefs at +700.
The newly-crowned champion Los Angeles Rams are third at +1000 and the NFC runner-up, the San Francisco 49ers, are listed at +1400. The Cincinnati Bengals, who lost in a tightly contested Super Bowl, also are at +1400 to round out the top five.
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To win the AFC Championship, the Bills are at +425, while the Chiefs are at +400.
Texans Keep Jets Company at Bottom
The New York Jets are listed with the Houston Texans at the bottom of the list on all NFL teams, with a whopping +20000 to take home the league crown and +10000 to win the AFC.
According to Caesars Sportsbook, the Jets actually have been a popular wager overall among football fans and bettors alike. (Check out our position by position breakdown of the Jets.)
The Jets, according to Caesars, are ranked third in tickets, only behind the Bengals and Rams, and they are fifth in dollars, too, trailing the Bengals, Broncos, Rams and Dallas Cowboys.
One New York bettor even placed a $5,000 wager at 200-1 on the Jets for a potential miracle payout of $1 million.
The New York Giants have a new coach, a new coaching staff and a new general manager, but so far the same players for a season ago. The Giants are the first team to enter the five-digit odds mark and are listed at +10000 to take home the Super Bowl and +5000 to win the NFC Championship at Caesars.