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Who is Going to Win Super Bowl 53

Have you been asking yourself “who is going to win Super Bowl 53”? Well, look no further. Today we review the final four teams remaining. Also, a guide on how to wager on Superbowl winner.

The AFC title game features a rematch between the New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs, while the NFC Championship game also features a rematch between the New Orleans Saints and Los Angeles Rams.

Since the four teams finished with the top two seeds in their respective conferences, fans are expecting to see some very exciting title games this weekend.

Here’s is a look at the remaining playoff teams.

4. Kansas City Chiefs

At +275 the Chiefs currently have the second-best odds to win the Super Bowl, but they are fourth in the rankings. Even though their defense showed up against the Indianapolis Colts in the Divisional round, the Chiefs defense is still their biggest liability and it could come back to bite them against the Patriots, who put on an offensive clinic against the Los Angeles Chargers in their last game.

Andy Reid’s past playoff failures, especially in championship games, is another reason they are ranked fourth.

3. Los Angeles Rams

The Rams finished with the second best record in the NFC but they have the worst odds to win the Super Bowl at +350. Despite the lack of faith by the oddsmakers, the Rams are actually a good value at their current odds.

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Like the Chiefs, the Rams have struggled at times on the defensive end, but they have a very good offense led by a strong running game, which will be very important to their playoff success. With the team almost beating the Saints during the regular season, they will go into their rematch with a lot of confidence.

2. New Orleans Saints

The Saints have the best odds to win the Super Bowl but they looked lost in the first half of their game against the Philadelphia Eagles, but their stepped up, holding the Eagles scoreless for the last three quarters. However, their offense also struggled, and they would have ended up losing the game if the pass intended for receiver Alshon Jeffery didn’t bounce off his fingers and turned into an interception.

Playing at home will increase their chances of winning the game, but the Saints will be tested by the Rams. Their odds to win the Super Bowl is +175.

1. New England Patriots

Tom Brady and the Patriots showed last week that even though they didn’t have their best regular season, they are still the team to beat in the AFC as long as Tom Brady and Bill Belichick are still with the team. At +333, the Patriots have the third-best odds to win the Super Bowl, which isn’t a problem for Brady, who will use that as motivational tool.

With the team already beating the Chiefs during the regular season and Bill Belichick having the upper hand in the coaching department, don’t be surprised to see the Patriots in their third consecutive Super Bowl.

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