The 2024 Vikings’ Super Bowl Odds Are not Great

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Sep 19, 2022; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins (8) on the sidelines against the Philadelphia Eagles during the fourth quarter at Lincoln Financial Field. Mandatory Credit: Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

The Minnesota Vikings obviously missed the playoffs this year after finishing the season with a 7-10 record.

Despite the fact that Super Bowl LVIII is still 10 days away, sportsbooks have already begun digging into Super Bowl LIX— set to occur in 375 days. Minnesota’s odds to win the big game next year find them in a familiar spot, right at No. 16.

Vikings’ Opening Super Bowl LIX Odds Are not Great

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Aug 26, 2023; Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA; Minnesota Vikings head coach Kevin O’Connell looks on before a game against the Arizona Cardinals at U.S. Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports

Of course, odds made before the offseason truly even begins should be taken with a grain of salt. Regardless, the Vikings currently sit with odds of +4000 to win the Super Bowl next February, sitting right alongside their NFC North rivals, the Chicago Bears.

These odds will inevitably go up or down for the Vikings, depending on the type of moves they make this offseason. For example, if the Vikings are unable to retain either of QB Kirk Cousins or OLB Danielle Hunter, they could tumble even further down the list. Meanwhile, if they re-sign these players and add other immediate impact players through free agency and the draft, the Vikings could rise much further.

There is also the matter of Justin Jefferson’s contract and whether or not he receives a contract extension. It seems like a matter of “when” not “if” for the Vikings’ star receiver to get his massive contract to stay in Minnesota, but there was a similar thought process last offseason as well.

Dec 24, 2023; Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA; Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson (18) celebrates his touchdown against the Detroit Lions during the second quarter at U.S. Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matt Krohn-USA TODAY Sports

Currently pacing the pack of the league, ironically, is the San Francisco 49ers at +450. They are also the current favorites to win Super Bowl LVIII against the Kansas City Chiefs on February 11th. Meanwhile, the Carolina Panthers bring up the rear at a whopping +25,000.

Here are the complete odds with Super Bowl LIX about 54 weeks away:

  • 49ers +450
  • Chiefs +750
  • Ravens +900
  • Lions +1200
  • Bills +1200
  • Cowboys +1500
  • Bengals +1500
  • Eagles +1700
  • Dolphins +2000
  • Texans +2500
  • Packers +2500
  • Rams +3000
  • Chargers +3000
  • Jets +3000
  • Jaguars +3000
  • Vikings +4000
  • Bears +4000
  • Browns +5000
  • Falcons +5000
  • Colts +5000
  • Saints +7500
  • Raiders +7500
  • Buccaneers +7500
  • Cardinals +7500
  • Seahawks +7500
  • Steelers +10000
  • Broncos +10000
  • Commanders +15000
  • Patriots +15000
  • Titans +15000
  • Giants +15000
  • Panthers +25000

Notably, both the Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers come in ahead of Minnesota at this point. It’s an understandable decision considering Detroit is fresh off an NFC Championship Game appearance while Green Bay caught fire down the stretch of the season and absolutely obliterated the Vikings in Week 17 at U.S. Bank Stadium.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love (10) leaves the field after their wild card playoff game Sunday, January 14, 2024 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The Green Bay Packers beat the Dallas Cowboys 48-32.

Regardless, all four NFC North teams are viewed as the top half of the Super Bowl contenders for next season, indicating that it will be a very competitive year in the division once again.

Free agency officially kicks off on Wednesday, March 13, just 41 days from now.

Josh Frey is a Class of 2020 graduate of The College of Idaho and managing editor of When he’s not writing about the NFL, Josh enjoys running, gaming, or rooting for the Milwaukee Brewers and Bucks. Check out his Twitter account: @Freyed_Chicken.