Lions Super Bowl 58 Odds: December 1, 2023
The Lions Super Bowl odds are +1200 per DraftKings Sportsbook. Their odds were sitting at +1000 prior to Week 12, but now fall to +1200 after losing badly to the Packers in Week 13. The Lions opened up the 2023 season with +2200 Super Bowl odds. Below are the rest of the Lions' postseason odds for 2023. Below are the rest of the Lions' postseason odds for 2023.
|🏆 Odds to Win SBLVIII||+1200|
|👑 Odds to Win NFC||+700|
|⭐ Odds to Win NFC North||-900|
|🔥 Odds to Make Playoffs||-20000|
|❌ Odds to Miss Playoffs||+2500|
The Lions currently have the seventh-best Super Bowl 58 odds (+1200) among all NFL teams. Only the 49ers, Chiefs, Eagles, Dolphins, Ravens, and Cowboys have shorter Super Bowl odds than the Lions entering Week 13. The Lions are 1 of just 8 teams to have shorter than +5000 Super Odds, per DraftKings Sportsbook.
However, history doesn't exactly back the Detroit Lions and their chances to win the Super Bowl. The franchise has never made a Super Bowl appearance, let alone won it. A division title in 2023 would also mark history for the franchise, as they've never technically won the NFC North. Their only division titles came prior to the reorganization of NFL divisions back in 2002, when the NFC Central was disbanded, and the Lions joined the NFC North.
Lions Super Bowl Odds vs. NFC North
The Detroit Lions have by far the best odds to win Super Bowl 58 among any other team in the NFC North at +1200, which indicates a 7.7% chance based on implied probability. The Lions are the only NFC North team whose Super Bowl odds rank inside the top 14 among all NFL teams (Lions odds rank 7th).
The Minnesota Vikings have the 2nd-shortest Super Bowl 58 odds among NFC North teams at +12000. The Vikings have a 6-6 record and had a strong stretch of wins in the middle of the season, but have lost each of their last two games with Joshua Dobbs under center.
The Green Bay Packers (5-6) have the third-shortest Super Bowl 58 odds among NFC North teams at +15000. The Chicago Bears (4-8 record) rank last among NFC North teams with +40000 odds to win Super Bowl 58.
Lions Super Bowl Odds: Week-by-Week
The Lions Super Bowl 58 chances were at +2200 before Week 1 of the 2023 season and now sit at +1200, entering Week 13 after their 8-3 start.
- Entering Week 1: +2200 playoff odds (4.3 % implied probability)
- Entering Week 2: +1700 playoff odds (5.6% implied probability)
- Entering Week 3: +2000 playoff odds (4.8% implied probability
- Entering Week 4: +2000 playoff odds (4.8% implied probability)
- Entering Week 5: +1800 playoff odds (5.3% implied probability)
- Entering Week 5: +1500 playoff odds (6.3% implied probability)
- Entering Week 7: +1300 playoff odds (7.1% implied probability)
- Entering Week 8: +1500 playoff odds (6.3% implied probability)
- Entering Week 8: +1100 playoff odds (8.3% implied probability)
- Entering Week 9: +1100 playoff odds (8.3% implied probability)
- Entering Week 10: +1100 playoff odds (8.3% implied probability)
- Entering Week 11: +1000 playoff odds (9.1% implied probability)
- Entering Week 12: +1000 playoff odds (9.1% implied probability)
- Entering Week 13: +1200 playoff odds (7.7% implied probability)
Bookmark this article, as I'll continue tracking the Lions odds to win the Super Bowl each week after every game throughout the season.
Latest Updates Impacting Lions Odds to Win SB LVIII
A team's Super Bowl odds generally continue to fluctuate throughout the year with notable signings in free agency, draft additions, and injury news. Let's take a look at some of the most notable events this offseason affecting the Lions Super Bowl LVIII odds.
- 📆 October 31, 2023: Lions trade with the Cleveland Browns for speedster WR Donovan Peoples-Jones
- 📆 October 29, 2023: Minnesota Vikings QB Kirk Cousins tore his Achilles and will miss the remainder of the season (MIN has 4-4 record)
- 📆 October 24, 2023: WR Marvin Jones Jr. is stepping away from football due to personal issues.
- 📆 October 15, 2023: starting RB David Montgomery suffered a rib injury in Week 6 and is expected to miss a little bit of time
- 📆 October 9, 2023: Announced that CB Emmanuel Moseley tore right ACL in Week 5, which was his first game played in 2023, after tearing his left ACL in Week 5, 2022.
- 📆 October 8, 2023: Starting LG Jonah Jackson was seen in a walking boot in the locker room after Week 5 game.
- 📆 October 8, 2023: WR Jameson Williams makes 2023 season-debut after serving 4-week suspension (2 rec, 2 yds in Week 5)
- 📆 October 2, 2023: WR Jameson Williams practices for the first time since mid-training camp. Williams 4 week suspension is officially over and he will be eligible to play in Week 5.
- 📆 October 2, 2023: Dan Campbell expects CB Emmanuel Moseley to make his debut with the Lions in Week
- 📆 September 19, 2023: Lions place safety C.J. Gardner-Johnson (torn pec) and LB James Houston (fractured ankle) on IR, both will miss a significant amount of time and are at risk of miss the remainder of the season.
- 📆 September 17, 2023: The Lions lose in overtime to the Seattle Seahawks, while also losing starting RB David Montgomery (thigh) and guard Halapoulivaati Vaitai (knee) to injuries that could keep them out multiple weeks.
- 📆 September 7, 2023: The Lions defeat the reigning Super Bowl Champions Kansas City Chiefs in 2023 NFL Kickoff Game (21-20)
- 📆 September 5, 2023: The Lions name QB Jared Goff, OT Penei Sewell, WR Amon-Ra St. Brown, LB Alex Anzalone, DE Chris Harris and LB Jalen Reeves-Maybin (special teams) as team captains for 2023 season.
- 📆 August 25, 2023: The Lions finish the preseason with a 2-1 record (veteran starters DNP in preseason games)
- 📆 August 19, 2023: The Jaguars defeat the Lions in their Week 2 preseason game 25-7, with Detroit posting just 131 total yards on offense.
- 📆 August 18, 2023: The Lions release WR Denzel Mims.
- 📆 August 16, 2023: Lions second-year WR and former first-round pick Jameson Williams suffers a hamstring injury, likely to miss the remainder of the preseason.
- 📆 August 11, 2023: The Lions beat the Giants 21-16 in their preseason opener; 1st round LB Jack Campbell impresses in game
- 📆 July 20, 2023: Detroit trades for former 2nd-round WR Denzel Mims from the New York Jets
- 📆 May 25, 2023: The Lions trade for kicker Riley Patterson from the Jaguars
- 📆 May 12-15: The Lions hold rookie minicamp.
- 📆 April 29: The Eagles trade for Lions RB D'Andre Swift for a 2023 seventh-round pick and a 2025 fourth-round pick.
- 📆 April 27-29: The Lions select Alabama RB Jahmyr Gibbs (No. 12 overall pick) and Iowa LB Jack Campbell (No. 18) in the first round of the 2023 NFL Draft, both considered top prospects at their respective positions. Other picks include TE Sam LaPorta (No. 34), CB Brian Branch (No. 45), QB Hendon Hooker (No. 68), DT Broderic Martin (No. 96), OT Colby Sorsdal (No. 152), and WR Antoine Green (No. 219).
- 📆 April 21: Several players for the Detroit Lions receive suspensions for violations of the NFL's gaming policy. Second-year WR Jameson Williams was among the most notable players on the team to be suspended. Williams opted not to appeal the suspension with Commissioner Roger Goodell and will miss six games to start the season.
- 📆 April 13: The Falcons trade for Lions former first-round pick CB Jeff Okudah.
- 📆 April 5: The Lions sign WR Marvin Jones Jr.
- 📆 March 20: The Lions sign free agent S C.J. Gardner-Johnson to a 1-year, $6.5 million deal.
- 📆 March 16: The Lions sign free agent RB David Montgomery to a 3-year, $18 million contract following the departure of Jamaal Williams in free agency.
- 📆 March 15: The Lions re-sign LB Alex Anzalone.
- 📆 March 13: The Lions sign free agent CB Cam Sutton to a 3-year, $33 million deal.
Be sure to bookmark this page and check back often, as we'll continue to update you with Detroit Lions news, transactions, and any significant shifts in the team's odds to win the Super Bowl or make the playoffs.
Detroit Lions Schedule and Betting Lines
Below is a look at where point spreads and moneylines currently stand for the Detroit Lions on DraftKings Sportsbook:
Week 1 at Kansas City Chiefs (Kickoff) | Lions +6.5, ML +225
Week 2 vs. Seattle Seahawks | Lions -5.5, ML -238 (Lions LOST)
Week 3 vs. Atlanta Falcons | Lions -3, ML -166 (Lions WON and Covered)
Week 4 at Green Bay Packers (Thursday Night Football) | (Lions WON and Covered)
Week 5 vs. Carolina Panthers | Lions -9.5, ML -425 (Lions WON and Covered)
Week 6 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers | Lions -3, ML -162(Lions WON and Covered)
Week 7 at Baltimore Ravens | Lions +3, ML +140 (Lions LOST 38-6)
Week 8 vs. Las Vegas Raiders (Monday Night Football) | (Lions WON and Covered)
Week 9 BYE | N/A
Week 10 at Los Angeles Chargers | Lions -2.5 ML -135 (Lions WON and Covered)
Week 11 vs. Chicago Bears | Lions -9.5, ML -455 (Lions WON but did NOT cover)
Week 12 vs. Green Bay Packers (Thanksgiving) | Lions -7.5, ML -360 (Lions LOST 29-22)
Week 13 at New Orleans Saints | Lions -4, ML -205
Week 14 at Chicago Bears | Lions -4.5, ML -218
Week 15 vs. Denver Broncos | Lions -2, ML -125
Week 16 at Minnesota Vikings | Lions +1, ML -105
Week 17 at Dallas Cowboys | Lions +3.5, ML +145
Week 18 vs. Minnesota Vikings | Lions -2.5, ML -135
The Lions have not covered the spread in either of the last two weeks, after covering in seven of their first nine games of the season. The Lions enter Week 13 as 4-point favorites against the New Orleans Saints. The Saints have a 5-6 record and have lost by 7+ points in four of their last six games.
Key Contributors Toward Lions Super Bowl Odds
HC Dan Campbell is in his third season with the Lions, and he currently has the best odds at +140 to win 2023 NFL Coach of the Year at DraftKings Sportsbook Michigan.
QB Jared Goff odds of wining 2023-24 NFL MVP have dropped drastically over the last couple of weeks, after turning over the ball six times during that span. However, WR Amon-Ra St. Brown continues to succeed and is averaging 99.3 receiving yards per game, which ranks 4th most in the NFL. RB David Montgomery is averaging 81.0 rushing yards per game, which ranks 3rd in the NFL (minimum 6 games played). Rookie RB Jahmyr Gibbs (+2500) and rookie TE Sam LaPorta (+10000) each rank top-10 among all candidates in odds to win Offensive Rookie of the Year.
On the defensive side of the ball, DE Aidan Hutchinson is becoming one of the best edge rushers in the league in his second NFL season. Hutchinson leads the Lions' defense in odds to win Defensive Player of the Year in the 2023-24 season at +4000, tied for the ninth-best odds among all candidates.
Where Can I Bet on the Detroit Lions to Win the Super Bowl?
You can bet on the Detroit Lions to win the Super Bowl with all major , including DraftKings, BetMGM, Caesars and FanDuel Sportsbook, though exact odds will vary depending on where you place your wager. Betting on the Lions to win the Super Bowl is a type of wager called a futures bet, which means you are placing a bet on an outcome that won't be decided for some time. It's one of the most popular NFL bets to make, with odds available year-round.
- DraftKings: +1200
- FanDuel: +1800
- Caesars: +1500
- BetMGM: +1600
Before betting on the Lions to win Super Bowl LVIII, shop around for the best odds. At +1800, FanDuel Sportsbook offers the best Lions Super Bowl odds (in terms of making the most profit) among these books.
Detroit Lions Super Bowl LVIII Outlook and Predictions
The prospects of the Detroit Lions winning the Super Bowl haven't felt this promising in years. Entering Week 13, the Lions have an 8-3 record and have a 2.5-game lead in the NFC North. The Lions' biggest competition in the NFC North is the Minnesota Vikings who sit at a 6-6 record. However, the Vikings seem to be feeling the affects of losing Kirk Cousins, as they have lost each of their last two games with Joshua Dobbs under center.
The Lions have a soft schedule for the rest of the season, with their three of their next four games against opponents with a current .500 or worse record on the season.
Detroit Lions Super Bowl History
The Detroit Lions history in the Super Bowl is non-existent. The Lions remain just one of just four NFL teams that have never made a Super Bowl appearance. Entering Week 13 of the 2023 season, the Lions Super Bowl 58 odds are sitting at +1200 on DraftKings Sportsbook.
In the modern Super Bowl era (since 1966), the Lions have played just 13 total playoff games, having won just one of those matchups back in the 1991 season. The Lions are the only team in the NFL with less than four playoff wins in the Super Bowl era.
Have the Lions Ever Won the Super Bowl?
No, the Detroit Lions have never won the Super Bowl, nor have they ever made any Super Bowl appearances. The Lions have won just one playoff game in the Super Bowl era (since 1966).
How Many Super Bowls Have the Detroit Lions Won?
The Detroit Lions have never made a Super Bowl appearance, let alone won a Super Bowl. They are one of four NFL franchises to have never been to a Super Bowl, including the Cleveland Browns, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Houston Texans.
The Detroit Lions are among 12 NFL teams to have never won the Super Bowl. Joining the Lions are the Buffalo Bills, Cleveland Browns, Cincinnati Bengals, Jacksonville Jaguars, Houston Texans, Tennessee Titans, Los Angeles Chargers, Minnesota Vikings, Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, and Arizona Cardinals.
Which Years Did the Detroit Lions Go to the Super Bowl?
The Detroit Lions have never been to a Super Bowl. However, they had made five NFL Championship appearances prior to the AFL-NFL merger, winning four of them.
How Many Times Have the Detroit Lions Been to the NFC Championship Game?
The Detroit Lions have made one total appearance in an NFC Championship game, though they've never won an NFC title. Their only appearance in the NFC Championship came back in the 1991-1992 season, when they posted a 12-4 record, having won the NFC Central title under head coach Wayne Fontes. They had some instability at the quarterback position, and RB Barry Sanders only rushed for 44 total yards in the title game.
The Lions have played 13 total playoff games in the Super Bowl era, with a 1-12 overall postseason record. Incredibly they've never won a Wild Card game, having gone 0-9 in their history.
Lions Preseason Super Bowl Odds Every Year Since 2000
The Lions Super Bowl odds are currently +2200, according to DraftKings Sportsbook. These mark their best odds to win the Super Bowl since the 2012-2013 season when preseason odds were also installed at +2200. That year, they went 4-12, finishing 4th in the NFC North. Here's a look at the Lions preseason odds from past years.
Detroit Lions Super Bowl FAQs
The Detroit Lions currently have +1200 Super Bowl LVIII odds on DraftKings Sportsbook after starting the season with an 8-3 record. Based on implied probability, this indicates a 7.7% chance to win the Super Bowl. These odds are seventh-best among all NFL teams and fourth best among NFC teams.
The Detroit Lions have +700 odds to win the NFC Championship in the 2023 season, which ranks fourth among teams in the conference behind the 49ers (+190), Eagles (+205) and Cowboys (+380). These are the only four teams in the NFC with current Championship odds shorter than +4000 entering Week 13.
You can bet on the Detroit Lions to win the Super Bowl with most major sportsbooks, including DraftKings Sportsbook, FanDuel, BetMGM, Caesars, PointsBet, and more. Super Bowl futures bets are among the most common markets offered on the NFL, with odds available year-long.
Sports betting is allowed on the Detroit Lions in Michigan, both at brick-and-mortar sportsbooks as well as mobile. Sports betting was legalized in the state of Michigan back in 2019, officially launching mobile and in-person sportsbooks in January of 2021.
The Detroit Lions have never won a Super Bowl. In fact, they have never made a Super Bowl appearance in the history of the franchise. That's not to say they've never won a league championship, however. The Lions won four total championships prior to the Super Bowl era, the last of which was won in 1957.
The Detroit Lions have never appeared in a Super Bowl in their franchise history. The Lions have played in 13 playoff games, with only one playoff win, in the Super Bowl era.