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Washington Commanders odds to win the Super Bowl

The latest odds for the Washington Commanders to win the Super Bowl are as follows: +10000 at DraftKings, +15000 at FanDuel, and +15000 at BetMGM.









Odds updated: 2024-04-19

Wagering on the Washington Commanders on a sports betting app in Maryland

If you have long been a fan of the Washington Commanders, but just now thinking about getting into sports betting, the task may seem intimidating. Fear not, as we hear at MDBetting.com have you covered for the steps to begin wagering on the Washington Commanders on a sports betting app in Maryland.

  1. Get Bonus: Once you are ready, head back here to MDBetting.com where you will find online sportsbooks in Maryland full-scale reviews. Head to the MD sportsbook of your choice, and click the “Get Bonus” button. Following this path will make sure you have the best welcome offer available, automatically applied to your new account.
  2. Register for an Account: Once you follow the “Get Bonus” link, you’ll automatically be redirected to the online sports with the offer applied behind the scenes. Continue the registration process which will include choosing a username and password, followed by entering legal information such as home address, first and last name, phone number, and the last four digits of your social security number.
  3. Agree to Terms & Conditions: Once you have your account information entered, you’ll have to agree to the Maryland sports betting app’s terms and conditions. Any promotional or marketing offers will have to be checked here as well.
  4. Deposit Money: All of the sports betting apps in Maryland will offer a plethora of payment methods to deposit (and withdraw) funds from your account. Choose one, which will include Credit/Debit Cards, PayPal, Venmo, and more, and deposit at least $5 into your account.
  5. Bet on the Washington Commanders: Typically located on the left side of the online sportsbook, find the ‘NFL’ section for a list of all of the Washington Commanders odds available to bet. If it’s currently not the NFL season, look for the ‘Futures’ section to make Commander's bets pertaining to the following season.

Which types of bets are there for the Washington Commanders?

If you are new to betting on football, it is important to know there is no shortage of ways to get involved in the action. Let’s take a look at which types of bets there are for the Washington Commanders, both in-season and off-season.

  • Moneyline: Betting on the moneyline in any sport, not just football, means that you are simply betting on which team will win at the given odds. Teams with a negative (-) next to their number are the favorite (to win), while teams with a positive (+) indicate the underdog.

Example: Washington Commanders (+150) vs. Detroit Lions (-130). In this scenario, a $100 bet on the Commanders would win you $230 ($100 risked + $130 won).

  • Point Spread: Simply put, a point spread is how many points the oddsmaker thinks a team will win by. Said another way, it is the starting score of a game before it kicks off.

Example: Washington Commanders (+3.5) vs. Philadelphia Eagles (-3.5). In this scenario, the Commanders are a winning bet if they win the game, or less by less than four points.

  • Totals: Also referred to as an “Over/Under”, a total is how many points oddsmakers will be scored in a game. The total is arrived at by adding the score of each team together.

Example: Washington Commanders vs. Pittsburgh Steelers O/U 45. In this scenario, if the Commanders beat the Steelers 28 to 10, there will be 45 points (28+10) scored in the game, and the “Under” is a winner.

  • Futures: Futures bets involve betting on the outcome of a wager (such as who wins the Super Bowl) that is happening in the future.

Example: Washington Commanders +10000 to Win Super Bowl. In this scenario, a $100 bet would win $10,100 ($100 risked + $10,000 won) if the Commanders won the Super Bowl.

What are some ways to watch or stream the Washington Commanders in Maryland?

If you are a local to the DC, Maryland, or Northern Virginia area, all games not nationally televised will be broadcast on your local Fox affiliate network. Throughout the season, nationally televised games can be found on NBC, ESPN, and Amazon Prime Video (Thursday Night Football).

For those who have cut the cord, there are streaming services available to watch the Commanders which include YouTube TV, DirectTV Stream, Hulu+ TV, and Fubo. For Washington Commanders fans not in the local area, YouTube TV is the exclusive provider of NFL Sunday Ticket, which shows all non-local games each and every Sunday during the season.

Do the Washington Commanders have any official partnerships with sportsbooks?

The Washington Commanders made history in 2023 by becoming the first NFL team with a sportsbook located directly in their stadium. Opened for the first game of the 2023 Commanders’ season, Fanatics Sportsbook Ohio formed a partnership with the team to allow for betting before, during and after Commanders games. While FedEx field has faced its fair share of backlash over the years, the Commanders presence there now has fans flocking to the stadium to get their bets in.

The deal is in fact the second major partnership with a sportsbook, as the Washington Commanders signed a deal with FanDuel Sportsbook Ohio in 2021. With a headquarters in Virginia, the deal gave commanders fans in the commonwealth the ability to bet on the team (and others) from anywhere within Virginia. This was a critical component to the deal, because at the time, DC and Maryland had not yet fully legalized online sports betting.

Where do the Washington Commanders play their home games?

The Washington Commanders play their home games at FedEx Field, located five miles east of DC in Landover, MD. Originally called Jack Kent Cooke Stadium, the stadium opened its doors in 1997, as the team left RFK Stadium in DC at the direction of then-owner Dan Snyder.

From 2004 to 2010, FedEx Field seated more fans than any in the NFL, with a capacity of just over 91,000. Due to some renovations, the capacity was reduced to 58,000 in 2021, where it remains to this day. Throughout the year, FedEx Field also plays host to non-NFLevents including soccer, concerts, and more.

How do I purchase tickets to see the Washington Commanders play?

For fans wanting to head to a Washington Commanders game, they have a few options to purchase tickets. Let’s take a look at a few of the best ways to purchase tickets to see the Washington Commanders play.



  • SeatGeek
  • StubHub
  • Vivid Seats
  • Ticketmaster
  • Gametime
  • TickPick

History of the Washington Commanders

With a history going back almost 100 years, the Washington Commanders are one of the most storied franchises in all of sports. With there being some ups, and certainly some downs, let’s take a closer look at the history of the Washington Commanders.

  • 1932: Founded by George Preston Marshall, the team was originally named the Boston Braves, finishing their first season with a record of 4-4-2. The name lasted just one season, before becoming the Boston Redskins in 1933.
  • 1937: Due to a lack of coverage in the Boston area, Marshall moved the team to Washington, DC, where they would share Griffith Stadium with the city’s professional baseball team the Washington Senators. In their first season in DC, the team won the NFL Championship 28-21 over the Chicago Bears.
  • 1942: As part of a run that from 1936 to 1945 that saw the Redskins go to the NFL Championship six times, the team won their second NFL Championship. Also beating the Bears, they won their second championship 14-6.
  • 1961: With their success since coming to DC a factor, the Redskins moved into a new stadium initially called DC Stadium, before being renamed to Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium in 1969.
  • 1962: Influenced by the Secretary of Interior at the time, Stewart Udall, the Redskins became the first professional football team to integrate. As a first step, the team selected running back Ernie Davi, the first African American to win the Heisman, in the NFL Draft that year.
  • 1974: Taking over control from owner Edward Bennet Williams, Jack Kent Cooke, also the owner of the Lakers at the time, took over the team. With Cooke in control, the Redskins would go on to win three Super Bowls in 1982, 1987, and 1991.
  • 1981: Cooke hired offensive coordinator Joe Gibbs, who proved to be one of the best hires in NFL history. Gibbs was at the helm for all three of the team’s Super Bowl season.
  • 1997: The team moved their home games from RFK Stadium in DC, five miles east to the newly opened Jack Kent Cooke. In their first game on September 14, 1997, they beat the Arizona Cardinals 19-13 in overtime.
  • 1999: After the passing of Cooke in 1997, the team was placed into the possession of the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation, with explicit instructions to sell the team. After two seasons with Cooke’s son John Kent Cooke in charge, the team was sold to Daniel Snyder who immediately changed the name of the stadium to FedEx Field, the highest bidders.
  • 2020: Facing an increasing amount of scrutiny from the public, the team changed its name to the Washington Football Team while they worked out a long-term name.
  • 2022: The team debuted their third name in as many years, officially rebranding to the Washington Commanders. The name change also came with a new log and uniform.
  • 2023: After more than 20 years at the helm, one investigation after another forced NFL owners to pressure Snyder to sell the team. Finally, in February 2023, a deal was closed for Snyder to sell the team to a group led by Philadelphia 76ers owner Josh Harris for $6.05 billion.

Yes, it is fully legal to bet on the Washington Commanders in Maryland, with a sportsbook now even operating at their FedEx Field Stadium. Regulated by the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency (MLGCA), Maryland sports betting has been live in-person since November 2022.

One year later, in November 2023, online sports betting in Maryland went live, with a plethora of U.S. sports betting operators rushing to enter the state. Currently, there are 10 online sportsbooks operating in MD, which include, but are not limited to, DraftKings, BetRivers, Fanatics, Caesars, FanDuel, and Betfred.

About the Washington Commanders

A member of the National Football League (NFL) since 1932, the Washington Commanders have a storied history that goes back nearly 100 years. Headquartered in Ashburn, VA, and playing their games in Landover, MD (FedEx Field), the Commanders have long been one of DC-Maryland-Virginia’s favorite teams.

Fandom has not been easy for residents of the area as of late, however, as the team has made the playoffs just one time since 2015. A new day is afoot for football in our Nation’s Capital, however, as controversial owner Dan Snyder has finally relinquished control of the franchise. Reigning over the team from 1999 to 2023, he faced mounting pressure from league owners in 2022 to sell the team.

That day came in May of 2023, with an ownership group led by the Philadelphia 76ers (NBA) and New Jersey Devils (NHL) owner Josh Harris purchasing the team for $6.05 billion. Following a 2023 record of 4-13, especially painful after a decent start, Harris’ first order of business was firing head coach Ron Rivera who had been with the team since 2020.

With the removal of Rivera, Harris hired the Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator Dan Quinn to be head coach in February 2024, giving him a full offseason to prepare for his first season in charge. Some of the star Washington Commanders players he inherits are quarterback Sam Howell, running back Brian Robinosn Jr., and defensive tackle Jonathan Allen.