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Oddsmakers expect a Patriots - Eagles rematch in Super Bowl 53

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That sounds fun!

NFL: Super Bowl LII-Philadelphia Eagles vs New England Patriots John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

How about best two out of three?

Oddsmaker Bovada set the stage for the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles to meet for a third time in the Super Bowl according to their odds to win their respective NFL conferences.

The Patriots have 9/4 odds (30.7%) to win the AFC, followed by the Pittsburgh Steelers at 9/2 (18.2%), and Houston Texans at 10/1 (9.1%). The Jacksonville Jaguars and Los Angeles Chargers are tied at 11/1 (8.3%), followed by the Kansas City Chiefs at 14/1 (6.7%) and the Baltimore Ravens, Denver Broncos, and Oakland Raiders tied at 15/1 (6.3%). The Tennessee Titans round out the top ten with 16/1 odds (5.9%).

Meanwhile the Buffalo Bills (40/1), Miami Dolphins (50/1), and New York Jets (65/1) have the three worst odds in the AFC. Yes, that is correct- the Cleveland Browns (35/1) have better odds of winning the AFC than the Patriots three division rivals.

Over in the NFC, the Eagles have the best odds at 5/1 (16.7%), followed by the Green Bay Packers (6/1; 14.3%), with the Los Angeles Rams and Minnesota Vikings tied for third (7/1; 12.5%). If the Patriots don’t make it all the way, then an all-Los Angeles Super Bowl would be kind of fun.

The New Orleans Saints (10/1; 9.1%) rank fourth and the Atlanta Falcons and San Francisco 49ers are tied for fifth (11/1; 8.3%). A Patriots-Jimmy G Bowl would be fantastic, too.