The NFL’s two Pennsylvania teams, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, find themselves at opposite ends of the odds board with the Eagles listed among the top teams in the NFC, while the Steelers are considered longshots to make an appearance in the NFL’s final game of the season.
DraftKings, FanDuel Set 2024 Super Bowl Odds for Eagles and Steelers
- FanDuel and DraftKings give Philadelphia Eagles +900 odds to win 2024 Super Bowl
- Pittsburgh Steelers are 55-1 to win the 2024 Super Bowl by DraftKings
- Eagles’ odds to win Super Bowl 58 in Las Vegas behind the San Francisco 49ers
Philadelphia Eagles Strong Favorites to Repeat 2023’s Super Bowl Appearance
Coming off a heartbreaking 38-35 defeat to the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl 57, the Eagles are strong favorites to win their first NFL title since 2018, according to Pennsylvania’s top sportsbooks.
With two first round draft picks in April’s NFL Draft and the core of the 2023 NFC Champion squad returning next season, Philadelphia holds +900 odds at DraftKings and FanDuel. With a bet of $100, winners can expect $900 back from bookmakers if the Eagles with Super Bowl 58.
At FanDuel, the Eagles own the best odds out of any NFC team to win the crown, while at DrafKings, Philly’s 9-1 odds are second to the 49ers 8-1 chances to win Super Bowl LVIII.
Pennsylvania Sportsbooks Place Pittsburgh Steelers As Longshot to win Super Bowl 58
After missing out on the 2023 AFC playoffs by losing a tiebreaker to the Miami Dolphins, the Steelers hope to improve upon their 9-8 record to make an impact on the 2024 season. But Pennsylvania’s top bookmakers, FanDuel and DraftKings, have their doubts as they’ve installed the Steelers as 50-1 and 55-1 longshots.
For bettors looking to take Pittsburgh, the best value comes from DraftKings. At +5500, the Steelers could bring home $55 for every $1 wagered. But those long odds signal that bookmakers don’t believe the Steelers will improve their position in the AFC hierarchy.
This year’s NFL champion, the Chiefs, own the best odds to win Super Bowl 58 with +600 odds at both PA sportsbooks. The last NFL champion to repeat their win the following year was the 2005 New England Patriots.
Derek Blake is a freelance writer that has covered the expansion of legal sports betting in America and the regional casino business for several well-known industry websites. During his writing career, he has written profiles on dozens of athletes and focused on the collision of sports and politics.