Bears Super Bowl 59 odds (Oddsmakers predicting massive leap from Chicago)

The Bears could be led by a new quarterback in 2024. Can Chicago make noise in the NFC after finishing strong last season? 

Nov 27, 2022; East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA; New York Jets head coach Robert Saleh (left) speaks with Bears GM Ryan Poles and head coach Matt Eberflus.
Nov 27, 2022; East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA; New York Jets head coach Robert Saleh (left) speaks with Bears GM Ryan Poles and head coach Matt Eberflus. / Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports

For most of the 2023 season, it appeared there would be sweeping changes across the Chicago Bears franchise going into 2024. However, the Bears, after a 2-7 start, won five of their final eight games and it was enough to save head coach Matt Eberflus’ job. 

Eberflus is staying for his third season, but there are still changes around Halas Hall with two new coordinators and, most importantly, a potential new quarterback. Thanks to the Carolina Panthers, the Bears hold the No. 1 pick in the 2024 NFL Draft and oddsmakers believe Caleb Williams will go to Chicago as the overwhelming favorite (-1500) to go No. 1.

The Bears could still get a king’s ransom in a trade for the No. 1 pick and stick with Justin Fields under center. Chicago is a big favorite (-390) to make the first pick in the draft.

Regardless of what General Manager Ryan Poles decides to do, oddsmakers have the Bears in the mix, albeit still a long shot to pull out an improbable run to a Super Bowl.

According to FanDuel Sportsbook, the Bears are +5000 to win Super Bowl 59 ($100 bet wins $5,000). This gives Chicago an implied probability of 1.96% to win the franchise’s first Lombardi Trophy since the Bears shuffled to a Super Bowl in 1985.

The Bears are tied with the Atlanta Falcons as the eighth-favorite to win it all, trailing the San Francisco 49ers (+500), Detroit Lions (+1200), Dallas Cowboys (+1500), Philadelphia Eagles (+1700), Green Bay Packers (+2300), Los Angeles Rams (+3000) and Minnesota Vikings (+4000).

The Bears are projected to be a short underdog to make the playoffs for the first time since earning a Wild Card spot in 2020. The Bears have still jumped in the Super Bowl odds over a pair of playoff teams (Pittsburgh and Tampa Bay) from a year ago. 

Due to tiebreakers, the Bears were still in the basement of the NFC North. Chicago will have a last-place schedule in 2024 that includes matchups with fellow fourth-place finishers in the Carolina Panthers, New England Patriots and Washington Commanders. 

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Chicago Bears Super Bowl 59 Odds

Fields, the 11th overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, is just 10-28 in three seasons as Chicago’s starter. However, Fields has shown flashes as one of the best dual-threat quarterbacks in the NFL, running for over 2,200 yards and 14 touchdowns in his career.

Last season, Fields threw for a career-high 2,562 yards to go with 16 touchdowns. Is it enough to keep him in Chicago? Fields is a longshot to take a big leap in the MVP odds, as the 17th-favorite (the top-23 players on the odds board are quarterbacks), tied with Arizona’s Kyler Murray at +5000.

Odds update periodically and are subject to change.