After a Divisional Round weekend in which all the four top seeds won we're left with updated prices on who'll be lifting the Lombardi trophy in early February.
Despite having been a season full of exciting offenses and massive passing stats we saw a Divsional Round that underlined the importance of defense and ability to run the ball.
New Orleans Saints +170
Sean Payton's team fought a tough Eagles side and managed to defeat the mythical Nick Foles. They've been favored throughout the season and are unsurprisingly still shortest price in the Super Bowl race. Michael Thomas has been immense and the defensive front are arguably the best of the Payton-era in New Orleans.
Kansas City Chiefs + 240
The Colts were the underdog that everybody was talking up before Saturday's game. The Chiefs exploded, easily covering the spread and further highlighting Patrick Mahomes status at this season's MVP. Crucially their defense played at a level that they've rarely reached this season, boosting their chances of helping Andy Reid get his first ring.
Los Angeles Rams +350
It seems like every new Head Coach hire since the regular season has been part of a Sean McVay tree. Is it too soon for McVay to have a coaching tree in his sophmore year as an HC? Probably, however he's built a team capable of beating anybody. The team will need to be led by Todd Gurley to win the Super Bowl but the recent performances of CJ Anderson have shown that they're not a one-man team.
New England Patriots +350
Never underestimate Tom Brady and Bill Belichick. You'd have thought we'd know that by now but TB12 mentioned after the victory over the Chargers that he's aware that some people think they "suck". The end of the dynasty is near but there's every chance that the greatest coach and QB pairing in history could add another ring to their collections.
By Sam Farley