Odds released for every possible Super Bowl 53 matchup
On Sunday, the Saints will play host to the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Championship Game. Meanwhile, the New England Patriots will head on the road to take on the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game.
New Orleans is currently a three-point favorite over Los Angeles, and Kansas City is favored by three points to beat New England.
As for the Super Bowl odds? If the Saints beat the Rams, they are currently listed as 1.5-point favorites over the Chiefs and 2.5-point favorites over the Patriots.
If Los Angeles emerges victorious, it will be a 1.5-point favorite over New England, but if it ends up meeting Kansas City, it will be a pick ’em.
So, clearly, Super Bowl odds are currently favoring the NFC teams, and the Patriots are considered the least likely club out of the four to win it all this season.
Perhaps Tom Brady printed a copy of this to show to his teammates before the game, or maybe he just wrote it on his wristband so he can peek down at it as he is battling the Chiefs defense.
Of the four teams, the Pats are the most recent Super Bowl champion, having won Super Bowl 51 after rallying from a 25-point deficit to defeat the Atlanta Falcons two years ago. Meanwhile, the Saints won the Super Bowl back in February 2010, with Drew Brees leading New Orleans to a victory over Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts.