Detroit Lions Super Bowl Odds 2024: Latest Super Bowl 58 Odds

The current Detroit Lions Super Bowl odds are . Expectations are high going into the 2023-24 season as the Lions opened up as the favorite to win the NFC North. That’s a feat they haven’t pulled off since 1993, now having as good a chance as ever in a relatively weak division. While a division title would be nice, they will have their eyes set on the bigger prize and that is a run at the Super Bowl. Get updated Lions Super Bowl odds here as the money hits the market during the offseason.

Detroit Lions 2024 Super Bowl Odds & Futures

Detroit Lions Super Bowl Odds & Futures 2024Odds (Updated September 2023)
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Updated Detroit Lions futures numbers via the best available numbers on the market. The Lions were a popular bet last year in the midst of Hard Knocks, cashing everyone’s win total overs after an impressive second half surge. They now are heading into 2023 with some momentum, retaining OC Ben Johnson, replacing Jamaal Williams with another productive back, and re-tooling the secondary with high value additions. Expectations are high and the market reflects it with one of the lowest odds the Lions have had in a very long time.

Detroit Lions Super Bowl Odds Analysis

The Lions Super Bowl hopes took a major leap after the NFL Draft, a draft that had fans in a flux after the first round. Getting the chance to draft Jalen Carter after he fell on their lap at pick six, the Lions shocked the nation by trading back with the Arizona Cardinals. They then did the unthinkable and drafted Alabama running back Jahmyr Gibbs.

A major head scratching move as Bijan Robinson was available at six, but Brad Holmes was adamant on taking Gibbs at 12 as D’Andre Swift’s replacement. They then followed that up with Iowa linebacker Jack Campbell at 18 in what many considered a reach. He managed to temper Lions fans’ frustrations by selecting high floor prospects in Brian Branch and Sam LaPorta later in the draft.

Passing on top draft Jalen Carter has already shown to be a potential problem as the Lions defense line has continued to burn them. While they squeaked out a win against the Chiefs in week one, reality quickly hit them in a loss to the Seahawks in week two as they had no answer late in the contest against their ground game.

With no interior pass rush, their secondary was left with the impossible task of guarding the Seahawks trio of receivers for extra time. Aidan Hutchinson has continued to generate pressure at a high rate but opposing teams are wising up by doubling him and daring someone else to beat them. 

With a harsh reality check against the Seahawks and a considerable number of injuries on both sides of the ball, the Lions Super Bowl odds have taken a dip. The Atlanta Falcons are on deck and will have a massive advantage with their elite ground game and stout defense. Should the Lions drop to 1-2 with another unimpressive defensive showing, then it may be time to reconsider their long-term outlook as the preseason hype starts to fizzle out.

Reasons Why the Lions Can and Can’t Win the Super Bowl


  • The return of OC Ben Johnson
  • One of the best offensive lines in the NFL
  • Jahmyr Gibbs flashed dual threat ability


  • Jared Goff struggles on the road and especially out of a dome
  • Did not address the defensive line with any sure fire talent
  • Linebackers struggle in coverage
Kody is a sports betting writer here at Lineups. He specializes in college sports as well as the NFL and NBA. He won’t quit believing in the Lions Super Bowl chances even when they are eliminated.

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