Packers Super Bowl odds for 2023 not looking great

Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers (Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images)
Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers (Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images) /

Following the Super Bowl, the focus shifts to the 2023 season. Will the Green Bay Packers still be contenders for a championship?

According to the latest odds to win next year’s Super Bowl, there isn’t a ton of confidence in the Packers.

And it’s understandable. Green Bay’s quarterback uncertainty continues this offseason. Even if Aaron Rodgers returns, the team has to bounce back from a disappointing 8-9 season in 2022.

If Rodgers is gone, the Packers could enter a rebuild with Jordan Love.

And Rodgers isn’t the only key player Green Bay could lose.

Allen Lazard, Randall Cobb, Keisean Nixon, Rudy Ford, Robert Tonyan, Marcedes Lewis, Dallin Leavitt, Mason Crosby, and Jarran Reed are among the team’s free agents this offseason.

With limited salary cap space, Green Bay could struggle to re-sign many of its key free agents.

The Packers are around the middle of the pack in the early Super Bowl odds for the 2023 season.

Green Bay doesn’t even have the best Super Bowl odds among NFC North teams. The Detroit Lions have better Super Bowl odds.

What are the Green Bay Packers’ Super Bowl odds for 2023 season?

Odds to win Super Bowl in 2023 NFL season (FanDuel Sportsbook)

  1. Kansas City Chiefs (+600)
  2. Buffalo Bills (+850)
  3. Philadelphia Eagles (+900)
  4. Cincinnati Bengals (+900)
  5. San Francisco 49ers (+900)
  6. Dallas Cowboys (+1500)
  7. Baltimore Ravens (+1600)
  8. Los Angeles Chargers (+2000)
  9. Jacksonville Jaguars (+2500)
  10. Detroit Lions (+2500)
  11. New York Jets (+2500)
  12. Los Angeles Rams (+3000)
  13. Miami Dolphins (+3000)
  14. Green Bay Packers (+3500)
  15. Cleveland Browns (+3500)
  16. Denver Broncos (+3500)
  17. New Orleans Saints (+3500)
  18. Minnesota Vikings (+4000)
  19. Las Vegas Raiders (+4000)
  20. New York Giants (+4000)
  21. Pittsburgh Steelers (+5000)
  22. Carolina Panthers (+5500)
  23. Washington Commanders (+5500)
  24. New England Patriots (+5500)
  25. Seattle Seahawks (+6000)
  26. Chicago Bears (+6500)
  27. Tennessee Titans (+7500)
  28. Atlanta Falcons (+7500)
  29. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+7500)
  30. Indianapolis Colts (+20000)
  31. Arizona Cardinals (+28000)
  32. Houston Texans (+28000)