Atlanta Falcons Super Bowl Odds 2023

The Atlanta Falcons current Super Bowl odds are .  They have failed to reach a winning season since 2017 and have had an abundance of issues regaining traction in the past few years. The Atlanta Falcons Super Bowl Odds have dropped from +5000 last year to +10000 this year. The changes in the Falcons’ lineup leave even more uncertainty for their play this season compared to the past after losing their starting QB Matt Ryan, resulting in the new QB1 to be Marcus Mariota. He has not played an entire season since 2017. The future of the Falcons is dim, and a playoff appearance and Super Bowl chances are some of the most minimal we see entering this 2022 NFL season.

Atlanta Falcons Super Bowl Odds & Futures 2022-23

The updated Atlanta Falcons Super Bowl odds showcase a team that is in the midst of a rebuild as they sit near the bottom of the league in most futures odds.

Atlanta Falcons Super Bowl Odds & FuturesOdds (Updated March 2023)
Super Bowl 57 Odds
NFC Winner Odds
NFC South Odds
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Falcons Win Total Odds

The Falcons had no expectations this year, especially after losing Matt Ryan in the offseason. Marcus Mariota has been inconsistent this year as a starting quarterback, and now will be potentially injured for the rest of the year. Desmond Ridder has been tapped as the starter for the Falcons for the foreseeable future. Rookie Drake London has emerged as the primary receiver for the Falcons and could benefit a lot from this change in quarterback. The Falcons running game has also been very good with Cordarrelle Patterson being a big playmaker, while Tyler Allgeier has also been good filling in and as a good backup option. The falcons offensive line has also been very good this year too. The offense has been held back by quarterback play so it’ll be interesting to see where it goes from here. The offense averages 22 points and 330 yards a game for the year.

The Atlanta defense has been struggling most of the year. The only standout in the front seven has been Grady Jarrett, who’s been a terror for most offenses. The front seven has still been better than the secondary. A.J. Terrell is the only standout in the secondary, with no one else standing out. The fact is that there’s some young players with potential, but overall it needs a lot of improvement. The linebackers have the most potential to grow. The defense allows 24 points and 390 total yards a game for the year.

The Falcons are still in the running for the NFC South crown because the division is so weak, but they have a little margin for error. Their schedule is tough down the stretch, so while they still have a shot, if they don’t make it to the playoffs they have a bright future ahead.

Reasons Why Falcons Can & Can’t Win Super Bowl 57


  • Drake London is a great rookie pick
  • Younghoe Koo has great accuracy and consistency in kicks
  • Kyle Pitts staying with the Falcons gives hope for some offensive success
  • Offensive line has stepped up nicely


  • Marcus Marriota is a very weak quarterback for this team with low stats and a gap in his experience
  • This team is full of older players, which leaves them injury-prone
  • The loss of Matt Ryan leaves this team with no structure
  • There’s weaknesses across the board on defense from the front seven to the secondary
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