Dallas Cowboys 2024 Super Bowl Odds

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dallas cowboys 2024 super bowl odds

The Cowboys have made some big acquisitions in the last month, and now, it’s time to turn our attention to the Dallas Cowboys 2024 Super Bowl odds.

You’re probably thinking it’s way too early to predict next season’s champions. We still have to get through the NFL Draft, free agency, offseason trades, etc.

However, things are starting to take shape. Here are the DraftKings Sportsbook odds as of today.

Cowboys Super Bowl odds 2024 (Updated March 28, 2023)

TeamSuper Bowl Oddds
Kansas City Chiefs+600
San Francisco 49ers+700
Philadelphia Eagles+750
Buffalo Bills+850
Cincinnati Bengals+850
Dallas Cowboys+1400
New York Jets+1400
LA Chargers+2500
Baltimore Ravens+2500
Miami Dolphins+2500
Detroit Lions+2500
Denver Broncos+2500
Jacksonville Jaguars+2800
Green Bay Packers+3500
Cleveland Browns+3500
New Orleans Saints+3500
New York Giants+4000
Las Vegas Raiders+4000
Minnesota Vikings+4500
Chicago Bears+5000
Carolina Panthers+5500
Pittsburgh Steelers+5500
New England Patriots+6000
LA Rams+6000
Washington Commanders+6000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+6500
Seattle Seahawks+7000
Atlanta Falcons+7500
Tennessee Titans+8000
Indianapolis Colts+10000
Arizona Cardinals+20000
Houston Texans+20000

Improvement from last offseason

In May of 2022, the Cowboys odds to win the Super Bowl were listed at +1800. Clearly the handicappers have a bit more faith in Big D going into the 2023 season.

Part of the reason for the bumped odds could be the Cowboys playoff win vs. the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Dallas has been plagued with postseason failure since the team last won the Super Bowl in 1995. The Cowboys haven’t been to the NFC Championship game in 27 seasons.

But the Cowboys beatdown of Tom Brady and Buccaneers in the Wild Card may have shown the oddsmakers that this Cowboys team can take the next step. 

Of course, Dallas went on to lose in the Divisional Round to the San Francisco 49ers. That’s the likely reason the Cowboys failed to rank in DraftKings top five.

Roster rounding into form

There’s still a lot to be determined before we can accurately predict the Cowboys chances of winning the Super Bowl next season. Mostly, the draft.

Dallas’ WR depth needed to be addressed. CeeDee Lamb had a phenomenal season, catching 107 passes for 1,359 yards and nine touchdowns, all career-highs. But the WRs behind him combined for 97 receptions, 1,161 yards and seven touchdowns. Now, the Cowboys have Brandin Cooks on board, cut Zeke Elliott, and upgraded their secondary with Stephon Gilmore.

The moves did not make the Super Bowl odds budge, though that likely means oddsmakers expected the Cowboys to address some of their glaring needs as they have.

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