New Orleans Saints Super Bowl Odds 2023

The New Orleans Saints current Super Bowl odds are . With a new coaching staff and a lot to overcome from last season, the Saints are in tough positioning for early Super Bowl odds. Their quarterback situation last season was hectic, but with the re-signing of Jameis Winston, the team might be able to find some stability. This time last year, their odds were in the middle of the pack with +2800 odds to take home the title. This year, the New Orleans Saints’ Super Bowl odds are not favorable with +5000. After the fall off of last season, it’s hard to predict where this team will end up.

New Orleans Saints Super Bowl Odds & Futures 2022-23

The New Orleans Saints updated Super Bowl odds sit at . They are an interesting team heading into the new year with a top-ten defense but an offense that has fallen off in recent years.

New Orleans Saints Super Bowl Odds & FuturesOdds (Updated March 2023)
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The Saints were supposed to be the biggest challenger to the Buccaneers this year, but that hasn’t happened. The quarterback situation hasn’t been the best with Jameis Winston starting the year and then getting injured and not seeing the field since due to Andy Dalton seeing the majority of time at quarterback ever since. The receiving options are decent with rookie Chris Olave stepping up big-time as the primary receiver in New Orleans next to Jarvis Landry. Alvin Kamara is also still a very explosive running back that can do it all for the Saints offensively. The offensive line, however, has taken a step back overall. The offense averages 20 points and 359 total yards a game for the year. The offense has a ton of potential but they’ve been held back due to coaching decisions.

The Saints defense has a lot of talent, but has underwhelmed so far. Cameron Jordan and Demario Davis are easily the standouts on the front seven, but there’s talent and depth across the board there. Marshon Lattimore and Tyrann Mathieu make up an okay secondary too. The defense, still, has taken a step back this year. For whatever reason things just aren’t clicking as much for the Saints this year on defense after hanging their hat as one of the best defenses in the NFL recently. Dennis Allen is a defensive coach, so they can easily turn things around and be elite again. The defense allows 23 points and 345 total yards a game for the year.

The Saints should be so much better than their record shows this year. They have the talent and can win games because of it. However, coaching and quarterback play are the main things holding them back this year and it seems like they aren’t going to get better unless they start a new quarterback. They have a hard schedule down the stretch so it’ll be interesting to see how much noise they can make thanks to a weak division.

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


  • The Saints’ defense is the only thing that kept this team alive last season, and they have retained a good amount of their defensive players.
  • Chris Olave has been a great rookie receiver
  • Alvin Kamara is still a great running back that can do it all.


  • Last season, the Saints had the least amount of passing yards in the league, and there have been few modifications to improve the performance overall.
  • Red zone conversions are very low and will remain lackluster.
  • Uncertainty at quarterback with either Jameis Winston or Andy Dalton
  • Offensive line took a step back
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