Bears Super Bowl Odds February 2024: Can the Bears Win the Super Bowl?

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Key Takeaways:

  • πŸ“‰ The Bears Super Bowl odds are +80000.
  • 😒 These odds represent the longest in the league.
  • πŸ† The Bears need to win out and get help from other teams to keep their Super Bowl hopes alive.

Now that the Bears' season is over, the focus shifts on the off season - including the NFL Draft. That builds the question of who will the bears draft in 2024?

Justin Fields Running

It is really quite simple for the Chicago Bears: Another loss essentially eliminates the Bears from postseason contentionβ€”and no team with nine losses and/or a losing record has ever won the Super Bowl anyway.

Justin Fields is most likely playing, and Matt Eberflus is coaching, for their futures in the Windy City over the last three games of the 2023 campaign.

If the Bears decide to make a trade, we have Justin Fields next team odds.

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Bears Super Bowl LVIII Odds: February 23, 2024

The Bears' Super Bowl odds are +80000, according to DraftKings Illinois. That still ranks them last in the league. 

Below is a look at Chicago’s odds this season, all according to DraftKings:

🏈 Odds to Win SBLVIII+80000
🏈 Odds to Win NFC+50000
❌ Odds to Win NFC NorthN/A
🏈 Odds to Make Playoffs+2500 (ESPN BET)
🏈 Odds to Miss Playoffs-80000 (ESPN BET)
βœ… Last Verified:February 23, 2024

At +50000, Chicago has the longest odds to win the NFC.

I'm tracking the latest changes to the Bears playoff chances all season long in more detail.

Bears Super Bowl Odds vs. the Field

Below are the 11 teams with the shortest odds to win the Super Bowl at DraftKings Illinois:

  1. πŸŒ‰ San Francisco 49ers +230
  2. πŸ¦β€β¬› Baltimore Ravens +380
  3. πŸ¦… Philadelphia Eagles +800
  4. 🐬 Miami Dolphins +850
  5. πŸ‘‘ Kansas City Chiefs +850
  6. 🦬 Buffalo Bills +1000
  7. ⭐️ Dallas Cowboys +1100
  8. 🦁 Detroit Lions +1800
  9. πŸ† Jacksonville Jaguars +3500
  10. 🐢 Cleveland Browns +3500
  11. πŸ΄β€β˜ οΈ Tampa Bay Buccaneers +6500

Bears Super Bowl Odds vs. NFC North

The Chicago Bears still have the longest Super Bowl odds of any team in the NFC North, sitting at +80000. The Lions are among the Top 10 teams in terms of Super Bowl odds at +1800.

Meanwhile, the Packers Super Bowl odds are at +16000 and the Vikings are at +18000.

Bears Week-by-Week Super Bowl Odds

As I predicted, the win over the Cardinals did not shorten the Bears Super Bowl odds. In fact, they got longer.

  • Week 1: +5000
  • Week 2: +10000
  • Week 3: +15000
  • Week 4: +20000
  • Week 5: +40000
  • Week 6: +20000
  • Week 7: +40000
  • Week 8: +40000
  • Week 9: +40000
  • Week 10: +50000
  • Week 11: +50000
  • Week 12: +50000
  • Week 13: +40000
  • Week 14: +60000
  • Week 15: +30000
  • Week 16: +50000
  • Week 17: +80000

Heading into Week 1 of the 2023 regular season, Chicago was in the middle of the pack at +5000 to win the Super Bowl. However, those odds doubled to +10000 following the team's poor performance versus Green Bay in Week 1.

The odds tumbled again for the Bears after losses in Weeks 2 and 3, dropping to +20000, before reaching eight times what they opened at following their 14th consecutive loss. Those odds were cut in half from +40000 to +20000 after the team ended its historic skid in Week 6. But they rose back to +40000 and stayed there following a 1-1 homestand that saw them end a 10-game skid at Soldier Field in Week 7.

After losing two consecutive road games, their Super Bowl odds dropped even more from +40000 to +50000 in Week 10. They are back to +50000 again after two consecutive wins saw their odds rise to +30000 leading up to Week 15.

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Latest Updates Impacting Bears Super Bowl Odds

After a 3-14 season, it was important for the Bears to upgrade their roster, which they did at several key positions. 

Here is a look at the notable moves they made during the offseason and new developments since then: 

  • πŸ“… Dec. 13: DE Yannick Ngakoue is placed on IR with a broken ankle.
  • πŸ“† Nov. 19: The Bears saw Fields and Herbert return from injuries in a 31-26 loss to Detroit.
  • πŸ“† Oct. 31: The Bears trade for defensive end Montez Sweat prior to the deadline to bolster their pass rush. He agreed to a four-year, $98M contract extension with the team four days later.
  • πŸ“† Oct. 22: Undrafted rookie Tyson Bagent becomed the franchise's first QB to win his first NFL start since 2004.
  • πŸ“† Oct. 15: The Bears lose QB Justin Fields to a dislocated thumb, which is expected to keep him out of at least one game.
  • πŸ“† Oct. 5: Chicago's franchise-record 14-game skid ended the same day Hall of Fame linebacker Dick Butkus passes away, although running backs Khalil Herbert (ankle) and Roschon Johnson (concussion) suffer injuries in the team's first victory.
  • πŸ“† Oct. 1: WR Chase Claypool is deemed inactive as a "healthy scratch" and was asked to stay away following critical comments about the offense.
  • πŸ“† Sept. 20: Head coach Matt Eberflus takes over the defensive play-calling duties from former defensive coordinator Alan Williams, who resigned due to "personal issues" before Week 3.
  • πŸ“† Aug. 4: The Bears ink DE Yannick Ngakoue ο»Ώto a 1-year deal. 
  • πŸ“† April 27: The Bears select Tennessee tackle Darnell Wright with the No. 9 overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft.
  • πŸ“† March 16: The Bears sign former Panthers RB D’Onta Foreman, who led the team with 914 yards rushing and five touchdowns last season, and former Packers TE Robert Tonyan.
  • πŸ“† March 15: The Bears acquire multiple draft picks and WR D.J. Moore from the Panthers in exchange for the No. 1 overall pick. Moore has three seasons with 1,100-plus yards receiving in five years. The Bears sign two-time Pro Bowl LB Tremaine Edmunds, former Titans DL DeMarcus Walker and former Eagles LB T.J. Edwards.
  • πŸ“† March 14: RB David Montgomery leaves the team for the Lions in free agency.

The team's most significant move came with its trade of the No. 1 overall pick in March. The swap gave Fields a true No. 1 wide receiver in Moore, who has exceeded expectations so far. But it also gave the Bears Carolina's first-round pick in 2024, which looks like it will be the No. 1 overall pick next April.

The addition of Sweat has helped the defense too. The best part of the trade is that he then agreed to terms on a new contract extension. As the season continues, this page will be updated. Bookmark it and check back for updates as Chicago makes more moves.

Bears Schedule and Betting Lines

OpponentFinalSpread
Week 1 vs. GB❌ L, 38-20❌ L, CHI -1
Week 2 @ TB❌ L, 27-17❌ L, CHI +3
Week 3 @ KC❌ L, 41-10❌ L, CHI +12.5
Week 4 vs. DEN❌ L, 31-28πŸ“Œ Push, CHI +3
Week 5 @ WASβœ… W, 40-20βœ… W, CHI +6.5
Week 6 vs. MIN❌ L, 19-13❌ L, CHI +2.5
Week 7 vs. LVβœ… W, 30-12βœ… W, CHI +3 
Week 8 @ LAC❌ L, 30-13❌ L, CHI +8.5
Week 9 @ NO❌ L, 24-17πŸ“Œ Push, CHI +7
Week 10 vs. CARβœ… W, 16-13 βŒ L, CHI -3.5
Week 11 @ DET❌ L, 31-26βœ… W, CHI +8
Week 12 @ MINβœ… W 12-10βœ… W, CHI +3.5
Week 13: BYEN/AN/A
Week 14 vs. DETβœ… W, 28-13βœ… W, CHI +3
Week 15 @ CLE❌ L 20-17βœ… W, CHI +3.5
Week 16 vs. ARIβœ… W, 27-16βœ… W, CHI -4
Week 17 vs. ATLML -155CHI -2.5
Week 18 @ GBTBDTBD

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Key Contributors Toward Bears Super Bowl Odds

The two most influential contributors to the Bears' success going into the season were quarterback Justin Fields and head coach Matt Eberflus, and that has not changed. Both have had their share of ups and downs this season, and they will each be carefully evaluated by management, regardless of whether or not they make the playoffs.

Right now, Fields probably has a slightly better chance of sticking around than Eberflus does, thanks to the vocal support of his teammates, including wide receiver DJ Moore. The chemistry between Fields and Moore remains a bright spot in 2023.

Where Can I Bet on the Chicago Bears to Win the Super Bowl?

Odds are available at eight live Illinois sportsbooks for the Chicago Bears to win the Super Bowl: BetRivers, BetMGM, Circa, Caesars, DraftKings, ESPN BET, FanDuel, Fanatics/PointsBetβ€”with more launching soon.

DraftKings Illinois currently offers props for the Bears to do the following: win the Super Bowl, win the NFC, win the NFC North, and make the playoffs. BetMGM, FanDuel, and Caesars Sportsbook are three of the other most trusted sportsbooks in the state. BetMGM Sportsbook currently lists the Chicago Bears' odds to win the Super Bowl at +125000, the longest odds among those mentioned.

With sports betting legal in the state of Illinois, Chicago fans in the Windy City should not have to go far to wager on the Bears or any of the NFL’s 32 teams to win Super Bowl LVIII. There are several Chicago sportsbooks you can bet at in person as well:

  • πŸ“ Rivers Casino in Des Plaines (BetRivers)
  • πŸ“ Grand Victoria Casino in Elgin (Caesars)
  • πŸ“ Harrah's Joliet Hotel & Casino in Joliet (Caesars)
  • πŸ“ Hollywood Casino Joliet in Joliet (ESPN BET)
  • πŸ“ Hollywood Casino Aurora in Aurora (ESPN BET)
  • πŸ“ Hawthorne Race Course in Stickney (PointsBet, soon to be Fanatics)
  • πŸ“ The Temporary by American Place Casino in Waukegan (Circa)
  • πŸ“ Bally’s Chicago Casino at Medinah Temple in Chicago (Bally Bet)
  • πŸ“ Rockford Casino in Rockford (Hard Rock Bet)

Bears Super Bowl LVIII Outlook and Predictions

The Bears have a difficult road to the playoffs, much less the Super Bowl, this season. They have a few difficult games remaining against two teams with better records in the Falcons and Packers to close out the campaign. 

The chances of them going all the way to the Super Bowl are miniscule, so we'll almost certainly see an early exit from the Bears, even if they do make the playoffs. Then what? 

That is the main question on the mind of every fan of Da Bears, specifically with regards to next season. Will quarterback Justin Fields and/or head coach Matt Eberflus be back in 2024?

With this season just about finished, it is time to think about next year and what the future holds for the franchise. Time will tell what ends up happening to Fields and Eberflus, but one thing is for certain: Time is definitely running out.

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Bears Super Bowl History

Despite their long history in the NFL as one of the founding franchises, the Chicago Bears have made the Super Bowl just twice. Chicago is 1-1 in those contests. The Bears blew out the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XX by a score of 46-10. In Super Bowl XLI, Chicago lost to the Indianapolis Colts 29-17.

Have the Bears Ever Won the Super Bowl?

Yes, the Bears have won one Super Bowl. The 1985 Chicago Bears featured one of the most tenacious defenses in NFL history. Under head coach Mike Ditka and defensive coordinator Buddy Ryan, the Bears went a league-best 15-1 during the regular season. After shutting out the New York Giants and Los Angeles Rams in the playoffs, Chicago rolled past New England in one of the most lopsided Super Bowls ever, with defensive end Richard Dent taking home the game’s MVP trophy.

How Many Super Bowls Have the Chicago Bears Won?

The Bears have won just one Super Bowl, despite winning eight NFL championships before the AFL-NFL merger. A 46-10 victory over the Patriots in Super Bowl XX served as the largest margin of victory in Super Bowl history at the time. The Bears lost to the Indianapolis Colts in their only return trip, 29-17. Chicago ranks second all-time with nine total titles, including the Super Bowl win.

Which Years Did the Bears Go to the Super Bowl?

  • βœ… 1985-86: Bears won Super Bowl XX vs. the New England Patriots 46-10
  • ❌ 2006-07: Bears lost Super Bowl XLI to the Indianapolis Colts 29-17

How Many Times Have the Bears Been to the NFC Championship Game?

The Chicago Bears have been to the NFC Championship Game five times during their storied history, which is a far cry away from how they performed in the postseason prior to the AFL-NFL merger en route to winning eight NFL championships. The Bears are 2-3 in those five NFC title game appearances, with two of the three losses coming to the San Francisco 49ers on their way to winning two of their five Super Bowls.

The last NFC Championship Game for Chicago came following the 2010 regular season when the team won the NFC North over Green Bay but lost to its bitter rival for the right to go to the Super Bowl. The Packers went on to win the Super Bowl that year, so all three NFC title game losses came vs. the eventual champs.

Bears Preseason Super Bowl Odds Every Year Since 2000

The Chicago Bears are hardly among the top contenders to win the Super Bowl this season, according to Illinois sportsbooks. Here’s a look back at the preseason odds for Chicago in the past:

πŸ“† 2022-2023Preseason Odds = +15000
πŸ“† 2021-2022Preseason Odds = +6600
πŸ“† 2020-2021Preseason Odds = +5000
πŸ“† 2019-2020Preseason Odds = +1200
πŸ“† 2018-2019Preseason Odds = +6000
πŸ“† 2017-2018Preseason Odds = +10000
πŸ“† 2016-2017Preseason Odds = +8000
πŸ“† 2015-2016Preseason Odds = +8000
πŸ“† 2014-2015Preseason Odds = +2500
πŸ“† 2013-2014Preseason Odds = +3300
πŸ“† 2012-2013Preseason Odds = +2200
πŸ“† 2011-2012Preseason Odds = +2800
πŸ“† 2010-2011Preseason Odds = +4000
πŸ“† 2009-2010Preseason Odds = +2000
πŸ“† 2008-2009Preseason Odds = +4000
πŸ“† 2007-2008Preseason Odds = +1400
πŸ“† 2006-2007Preseason Odds = +1600
πŸ“† 2005-2006Preseason Odds = +6000
πŸ“† 2004-2005Preseason Odds = +4500
πŸ“† 2003-2004Preseason Odds = +3500
πŸ“† 2002-2003Preseason Odds = +2500
πŸ“† 2001-2002Preseason Odds = +7500
πŸ“† 2000-2001Preseason Odds = +4000

At +5000, the Bears actually held their best preseason odds since 2020. For those Windy City optimists, the Bears did make the playoffs that season. The last time that Chicago held better odds was in 2019 when it began the year with +1200 odds. That season, however, the Bears finished just 8-8.

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