Commanders Super Bowl 59 odds (Washington projected to be one of NFC’s worst teams)

Can Dan Quinn turn the franchise around? 
Feb 5, 2024; Ashburn, VA, USA; Washington Commanders head coach Dan Quinn (M) poses for a picture after being named the next head coach.
Feb 5, 2024; Ashburn, VA, USA; Washington Commanders head coach Dan Quinn (M) poses for a picture after being named the next head coach. / Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

Changes have arrived in Washington. Josh Harris is entering his second season as the owner of the Washington Commanders and Ron Rivera is out as head coach. Washington tabbed Dan Quinn, who was the defensive coordinator of NFC-East rival Dallas and was a former head coach in Atlanta, as its next head coach to turn around a franchise that hasn’t made the postseason since 2020. 

Washington finished in the NFC East basement for the second consecutive season last year, going 4-13. Washington was an early-season dark horse pick after starting 2-0, but lost 13 of its final 15 games, including the last eight to finish in fourth place and end the Rivera era. 

As expected, you’ll need to scroll down the oddsboard to find Washington’s chances of winning the Super Bowl next season. According to FanDuel Sportsbook, Washington is +15000 ($100 bet wins $15,000). That gives Washington an implied probability of just 0.66% to win the Lombardi Trophy for the first time since 1991. 

Washington is tied with NFC-East rival New York for the third-worst odds to win the Super Bowl. Only the New England Patriots (+17000) and Carolina Panthers (+25000) have longer odds to go all the way. So, Washington is projected to be in a battle with the Giants all season to stay out of the NFC East’s basement while Dallas (+1300) and Philadelphia (+1700) are each top-10 on the oddsboard to win the Super Bowl. 

Washington’s last-place schedule for next season includes fellow fourth-place finishers in the Chicago Bears, Tennessee Titans and Arizona Cardinals. 

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Washington Commanders Super Bowl 59 odds

Washington will have major changes on both sides of the ball. Joe Whitt Jr. is the new defensive coordinator, replacing Jack Del Rio. Washington tabbed former Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury as the new offensive coordinator, replacing Eric Bieniemy. 

All signs point to Kingsbury’s offense having a new quarterback in 2024. Last season, Sam Howell started all 17 games and had flashes, throwing for 3,946 yards and 21 touchdowns. But he also led the league in interceptions with 21. Now, Washington has the No. 2 overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft and oddsmakers have North Carolina quarterback Drake Maye and LSU quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Jayden Daniels as the two favorites to go No. 2. 

Odds update periodically and are subject to change.