What are the Green Bay Packers latest 2023 Super Bowl odds?

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For many years, the Green Bay Packers have been among the Super Bowl favorites entering the season. That is no longer the case.

With Aaron Rodgers expected to be playing for the New York Jets this season, the Packers enter a new era. And also a season of uncertainty.

With Jordan Love starting at quarterback, could the Packers play well enough to win the NFC North? Sure. And once you make the postseason, anything can happen. Could the Packers also win three games and end up with a top-five pick? Absolutely.

Just a few weeks away from the 2023 NFL Draft, what are the Packers' latest Super Bowl odds?

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What are the Green Bay Packers' Super Bowl odds in 2023 season?

Here are the latest Super Bowl LVIII odds, according to FanDuel Sportsbook:

  1. Kansas City Chiefs (+600)
  2. Philadelphia Eagles (+900)
  3. Buffalo Bills (+900)
  4. Cincinnati Bengals (+900)
  5. San Francisco 49ers (+900)
  6. Dallas Cowboys (+1300)
  7. New York Jets (+1600)
  8. Detroit Lions (+2100)
  9. Los Angeles Chargers (+2100)
  10. Miami Dolphins (+2100)
  11. Jacksonville Jaguars (+2500)
  12. Cleveland Browns (+2800)
  13. Baltimore Ravens (+2800)
  14. Denver Broncos (+3500)
  15. New Orleans Saints (+3500)
  16. Green Bay Packers (+4000)
  17. Minnesota Vikings (+4000)
  18. New York Giants (+4000)
  19. Las Vegas Raiders (+5500)
  20. Carolina Panthers (+5500)
  21. New England Patriots (+5500)
  22. Seattle Seahawks (+5500)
  23. Los Angeles Rams (+6000)
  24. Chicago Bears (+6000)
  25. Pittsburgh Steelers (+6000)
  26. Atlanta Falcons (+6000)
  27. Washington Commanders (+6000)
  28. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+7500)
  29. Tennessee Titans (+8500)
  30. Indianapolis Colts (+10000)
  31. Arizona Cardinals (+18000)
  32. Houston Texans (+18000)

That seems fair. The Packers are unpredictable, but they do have a lot of talent on their roster, including cornerback Jaire Alexander, edge rusher Rashan Gary, running back Aaron Jones, wide receiver Christian Watson, defensive tackle Kenny Clark, and offensive linemen David Bakhtiari and Elgton Jenkins.

And that's just to name a few.

If Jordan Love is just a solid starting quarterback in 2023, the Packers are good enough to compete in the NFC North.

Win a Super Bowl? That's another challenge entirely.

It's going to be a fascinating season for the Packers, there's no doubt about that.