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 November 2022)
Super Bowl 57 Odds
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The Falcons have had a very interesting free agency strategy this year. They took a big loss after losing their long-term quarterback, Matt Ryan, to the Indianapolis Colts and have failed to find an adequate replacement. Marcus Marriota is a very weak choice to lead this team in the 2022 season due to his lack of experience over the past few years and poor play. It appears that the Falcons may be scoping out a quarterback in the 2022 NFL Draft to take the reins of the team, but this placement for their team’s leader is very questionable.

The rest of the Falcons’ offense is also looking weak. The only two players that are remotely expected to perform at a high level are running back Cordarrelle Patterson and tight end Kyle Pitts. Last season, Patterson put up 618 rushing yards on 153 attempts. Compared to other running backs in the league, this is very mid-tier. If the Falcons are missing strength in their passing game, their rush performance needs to be stronger than what Patterson can offer, especially after dealing with an ankle injury last season. Pitts is the best weapon they have on this offense, with 1,026 yards last season and an average of 15.1 yards per carry. Last season was his rookie year in the NFL, and he shows great potential to become a powerful, tight end, but this team needs receivers to clear room for Pitts to make a big impression on opponents.

Their free agency pickups have been minimal this season. The team does not have many assets to trade for, but there is an expectation for the team to pick up the Raiders’ cornerback, Casey Howard Jr. Howard has great coverage, but for a player in their 30s, there are always risks that come along. The best decision the Falcons have made so far is their deal with kicker Younghoe Koo. Koo had the third-best field goal percentage in the league last year with 93% accuracy with 100% on extra points. His long was 54 yards, which is pretty solid. For this team, they need someone who will be consistent, and they can only find that in Koo.

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

Strengths

  • They have the 8th overall NFL Draft Pick
  • Younghoe Koo has great accuracy and consistency in kicks
  • Kyle Pitts staying with the Falcons gives hope for some offensive success

Weaknesses

  • Marcus Marriota is a very weak quarterback for this team with low stats and a gap in his experience
  • The offensive front is looking very weak for this team, with no big players standing out besides Pitts and Patterson
  • This team is full of older players, which leaves them injury-prone
  • The loss of Matt Ryan leaves this team with no structure
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