Bills Super Bowl LVIII Odds: June 8, 2023
The Bills Super Bowl odds are +900. They are positioned behind only the Chiefs in the AFC and the Eagles in the NFC as favorites to win the Super Bowl. The Bills are +500 to win the AFC conference and are at +115 are current favorites to win the AFC East.
The Bills are +900 to win this year’s Super Bowl, according to all the major NY sportsbooks, which ranks them No. 3 or 4 in the league. The Bills are the second favorite to win the AFC conference at every major NY sportsbook as well. DraftKings New York, BetMGM NY and BetRivers NY have the Bills conference odds at +500. FanDuel has slightly shorter odds for the Bills at +450, while PointsBet has the shortest odds of the group at +400.
The Bills are favored to win the AFC East in every major NY sportsbook, with the shortest odds listed at +115 at DraftKings New York Sportsbook. A division title would be the fourth in a row for Buffalo, who have been AFC East champs every year since 2020.
Pro Bowl QB Josh Allen leads the Bills and their high-octane offense in a division that has improved in 2023. Head coach Sean McDermott now has RB Latavius Murray to add veteran leadership to the offense while free agent acquisition DT Poona Ford will immediately add a physical presence to last year’s anemic run defense. The Bills defense must contribute more to the team’s Super Bowl aspirations. The Bills recently signed five of six top rookie draft choices and have brought in veteran leadership at defensive line and running back to boost last year’s 13-3 club.
Beginning this week, I’ll be tracking the Bills Super Bowl odds, and their odds to win the AFC conference as well their division. By bookmarking this page you’ll be able to keep updated of all developments regarding the Bills postseason odds.
Latest Updates Impacting Bills Super Bowl Odds
The Bills playoff chances may fluctuate this year but as of now, they are – and should remain – a top ranked team to win the Super Bowl and the conference. I’ll be tracking important team developments throughout the season and explain how the news may affect the Buffalo Bills odds to win SB LVIII.
- 🗓️ May 2: The Bills sign DT Poona Ford.
- 🗓️ May 1: The Bills sign RB Latavius Murray to a one-year deal.
- 🗓️ April 29: Florida WR Justin Shorter, Ole Miss guard Nick Broeker and Oregon St. CB Alex Austin are drafted on Day 3.
- 🗓️ April 28: Florida guard O'Cyrus Torrence and Tulane LB Dorian Williams are drafted on Day 2.
- 🗓️ April 27: The Bills draft Utah TE Dalton Kincaid with the 25th pick in the 2023 NFL Draft to bolster their tight end room.
- 🗓️ April 20: Buffalo signs kicker Tyler Bass to a four-year, $21M contract extension.
- 🗓️ April 18: The Bills re-sign DE Shaq Lawson to a one-year deal.
- 🗓️ April 17: Buffalo re-signs LB A.J. Klein to a one-year deal.
- 🗓️ April 6: The Bills re-sign DT Jordan Phillips to a one-year deal.
- 🗓️ March 31: Buffalo signs safety Taylor Rapp to a one-year deal.
- 🗓️ March 21: The Bills sign former Patriots RB Damien Harris to a one-year deal.
- 🗓️ March 17: The Bills release WR Isaiah McKenzie and re-sign CB Dane Jackson to a one-year deal.
- 🗓️ March 16: The Bills sign QB Kyle Allen, guard Connor McGovern, and WR Deonte Harty to strengthen their offense.
- 🗓️ March 15: The Bills re-sign safety Jordan Poyer to a two-year deal.
- 🗓️ March 12: Buffalo re-signs starting LB Matt Milano to a two-year contract extension.
- 🗓️ Feb. 28: The Bills announce defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier is taking a leave of absence. He has been the team’s defensive coordinator since 2017.
Be sure to bookmark this page to stay up-to-date on the latest news impacting the Bills Super Bowl odds.
Preseason Bills Super Bowl Odds Every Year Since 2000
The Bills odds have gotten longer since last year despite the fact that the team remains fundamentally intact with free agent and draft additions sure to compliment an already viable playoff roster. Does this mean oddsmakers believe the Bills Super Bowl window is starting to close? The table below displays the Buffalo Bills preseason odds to win the Super Bowl each year since 2000.
Buffalo’s +900 odds to win this year’s Super Bowl are longer than last year’s +600 odds. This may be explained by the news of QB Aaron Rodgers arriving to lead the Jets in the competitive AFC East as well positive team evolutions in Miami and New England. The Bills have also had unexpectedly early exits every postseason since 2019, despite high expectations from QB Josh Allen, a familiar MVP candidate by this point in his career, which may be shaking some sportsbooks' confidence in Buffalo.
Still, gone are the days as in 2016-18 where the Bills whose odds were +150000 are regarded as perennial basement dwellers. Rather, over the course of the last three years head coach Sean McDermott has instilled a winning culture into Buffalo, and it’s displayed in their Super Bowl odds since his arrival.
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Buffalo Bills Super Bowl History
The Bills have a wrought Super Bowl history. From 1991 to 1994 the Bills represented the AFC in four consecutive Super Bowl appearances – something no other team has accomplished in NFL history. Unfortunately for the Bills they still await their first Super Bowl victory. Could this be the year Buffalo finally rewards Bills Mafia?
The Bills teams that earned four Super Bowl trips sported All Pro QB Jim Kelly, a versatile RB in Thurman Thomas and Pro Bowl caliber WRs led by Andre Reed. Their defense was stout and ferocious behind 1990 Defensive Player of the Year Bruce Smith. The 2023 Bills return MVP candidate Josh Allen and his favorite target, WR Stefon Diggs. The Bills have addressed areas of needed improvement from last year at both the RB position with the addition of Latavius Murray and Damien Harris. They also retained several defensive linemen and linebackers, as well as add free agents like DT Poona Ford.
The Bills may avoid the front runner status they’ve been burdened with in previous years which may allow them to hunt, as opposed to being the hunted. The Bills may be a serious player in the AFC this year despite many questions surround the Buffalo Bills in 2023.
Have the Buffalo Bills Ever Won the Super Bowl?
No, the Buffalo Bills have not won a Super Bowl despite competing in four straight Super Bowls from 1991 to 1994. They are one of 12 NFL franchises to have zero Super Bowl wins. The Bills and the Vikings are the only two teams in league history to appear in four Super Bowls and not come away with any wins.
The Bills fan base, organization, coaching staff and team are poised and focused to change their fate this year by winning Super Bowl LVIII with Top 3 odds in the league.
How Many Super Bowls Have the Buffalo Bills Won?
The Bills have not won any Super Bowl titles despite appearing in four consecutive Super Bowls from 1991 to 1994. They would make four more playoff appearances between 1995 and 1999, before a 17-year playoff drought that was snapped in 2017. That was the first season under GM Brandon Beane and head coach Sean McDermott.
The Bills have appeared in six AFC Championship Games, earning a 4-2 record in those contests. Two additional conference wins came prior to the 1970 AFL-NFL merger. They have won their division 13 times in their 63-year history and had 22 seasons with at least one playoff appearance.
How Many Times Have the Buffalo Bills Won the Super Bowl?
The Bills have won the Super Bowl zero times, despite the fact that they competed in four straight Super Bowls from 1991 to 1994. Their best chance was their first appearance in 1991 against the New York Giants when kicker Scott Norwood famously missed the potential game-winning field goal in a play now known as “Wide Right."
Have the Buffalo Bills Ever Been to the Super Bowl?
Yes, the Buffalo Bills have been to the Super Bowl four times. In fact, they are the only team in the Super Bowl's 57-year history that has competed in the game four straight years. The list below shows those Super Bowl appearances with the Bills' opponents and final scores.
- 🏈 Super Bowl XXVIII (1993) vs. Cowboys, 30-13
- 🏈 Super Bowl XXVII (1992) vs. Cowboys, 52-17
- 🏈 Super Bowl XXVI (1991) vs. Redskins, 37-24
- 🏈 Super Bowl XXV (1990) vs. Giants, 20-19
Interestingly the Bills lost to all NFC East teams in this four-year window, including the Cowboys in back-to-back Super Bowls. The unfortunate news for Bills fans and the storied organization is that to date they notoriously have yet to win a Super Bowl title.
Bills Super Bowl Odds FAQs
The Buffalo Bills are +900 to win the Super Bowl this year, according to DraftKings New York Sportsbook. Using implied probability, that means they have a 10% chance of lifting the Lombardi Trophy for the first time in franchise history.
The Buffalo Bills are +500 to win the AFC Championship Game. That's an implied probability of 16.7%. The Bills rank behind only the Chiefs +330. They are the two favored teams to win the AFC in 2023 and have had an exciting rivalry in the last few seasons.
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The Buffalo Bills have NOT won a Super Bowl. They appeared in four straight Super Bowls from 1991 to 1994, losing each game much to oddsmakers and Bills fans' surprise. The Bills were favorites over the New York Giants in 1991.
The Buffalo Bills appeared in four consecutive super Bowls in the early nineties. They are the only team to have appeared four straight times in the 57-year history of the Super Bowl. They are one of 12 NFL franchises to have never won a Super Bowl.
Lou Finocchiaro is a lead NFL betting expert for NewYorkBets.com. He has covered the NFL for decades and has written for publications including ESPN, DraftKings Sportsbook and the NY Post. He covers odds for the Giants, Bills and Jets to give New York bettors the most up-to-date information possible.