Minnesota Vikings 2024 Super Bowl odds (Don’t count on a return to the playoffs)

(Photo by Stephen Maturen/Getty Images) Greg Joseph
(Photo by Stephen Maturen/Getty Images) Greg Joseph /

NFL fans accused the Minnesota Vikings of not meeting the eye test all season long. Now, oddsmakers are in agreement.

Fresh off a 13-4 season in which they ran away with the NFC North, the Vikings are mired in the bottom half of the league when it comes to their odds of winning Super Bowl LVIII.

Let’s see where they stand compared to the rest of the league early in the offseason.

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Vikings might take a step back

Minnesota has the 19th longest odds (+4500) to win a championship this upcoming season, well behind the Detroit Lions (+3000) and Green Bay Packers (+3000) – suggesting that the Vikings are not expected to repeat as winners of the NFC North.

Minnesota ranked 31st out of 32 teams in yards allowed this past season and came in at No. 29 in points allowed.

Re-signing some of their impending free agents, like defensive tackle Dalvin Tomlinson and cornerbacks Patrick Peterson and Chandon Sullivan could prove essential, but also likely wouldn’t be enough.

Without adding defensive talent through the draft or free agency, Minnesota will have to rely on its offense again this fall.

Though that worked out great in the regular season, we all saw what happened when the postseason rolled around and they couldn’t even stop the New York Giants.

If you think the pundits are wrong and want to bet on the Vikings this offseason, you can do so at these sportsbooks:

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