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Will Drew Brees and the New Orleans be able to live up to their status as prohibitive favorites to win Super Bowl 53? Can Patrick Mahomes help lift the Kansas City Chiefs to heights they haven’t seen in over five decades to give head coach Andy Reid his first Super Bowl title?

Could the high-scoring Los Angeles Rams beat out both aforementioned teams or maybe Tom Brady and the perennially-powerful New England Patriots are the pick to upset the entire apple cart? With the start of the divisional round of NFL playoff action getting underway this coming weekend and eight teams remaining in the chase to win Super Bowl 53, now is a perfect time to take a look at the latest NFL futures odds to win it all this season.

New Orleans Saints +225

New Orleans is the prohibitive favorite to win Super Bowl 53 and for good reason. The Saints have a future Hall of Fame superstar quarterback in Drew Brees that doesn’t make mistakes. They’ve got a pair of gifted running backs that compliment one another perfectly. The Saints have a superstar in wide receiver Michael Thomas and another Pro Bowl talent in cornerback Marshon Lattimore. Not only did New Orleans average a stellar 31.5 points per game to rank third in scoring, but more importantly, the Saints have steadily improved on the defensive side of the ball all season long and enter their NFC divisional showdown having limited six of their final eight opponents to 17 points or less. New Orleans has never lost a home playoff game under Brees and Sean Payton and they’ll be at home throughout the NFC portion of the playoffs!

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Kansas City Chiefs +400

Led by their strong-armed likely MVP quarterback Patrick Mahomes, the Kansas City Chiefs were undoubtedly the most exciting team to watch in the entire NFL this season. The Chiefs averaged an insane 35.3 points per game to lead the league in scoring, but Kansas City’s defense left a lot to be desired after giving up 26.4 points per contest to rank 24th in points allowed. Can the Chiefs get it done for Reid or will their defensive shortcomings bite them in the rear end? Personally, I think K.C. can beat anyone, particularly seeing as how two of their four regular-season losses came by a field goal while another came by just one point. I think a date in the AFC title is all but assured, even if Andrew Luck and the surprising Colts don’t just roll over for Kansas City.

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Los Angeles Rams +450

The Rams suffered a pair of consecutive losses against Chicago and Philly in weeks 14 and 15, but both defeats might have come at the perfect time for Los Angeles. Todd Gurley and company won their final two regular season contests and now they’ll be looking to avoid a home upset against Dallas on the divisional round. The Rams rank an encouraging second in scoring (32.9 ppg), but their revamped defense has underachieved all season long and finished the regular season ranked 20th in points allowed (24.0 ppg). A win over Dallas looks more than possible, but after that, I’m not confident L.A. can beat either New Orleans or Philadelphia in the NFC Championship

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New England Patriots +550

Tom Brady and Bill Belichick might be going down in NFL history as arguably the greatest tandem at head coach and quarterback in NFL history, but I’ve got to be honest when it comes to New England this postseason. I just don’t trust the Patriots heading into the postseason. The Patriots went 11-5 this season, but I wouldn’t go around shouting it from the rooftops, seeing as how they recorded five of their victories by smacking around their lowly trio of AFC East division rivals (Miami, Buffalo, NY Jets). Remember YouWager NFL betting faithful, this is the same team that gave up 31 points in a Week 2 loss to Jacksonville while falling the following week to the pitiful Detroit Lions. This is also the same team that gave up an identical 34 points in losses against Tennessee and Miami. Let that sink in before you go betting on Tom Brady and Bill Belichick this postseason.

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Los Angeles Chargers +925

I’m going to get right to the point gridiron gamers. Philip Rivers and the Los Angeles Chargers have the look of a ‘scary’ must-bet kind of team to me at a value-packed +900. Not only did the Bolts win five of their final six regular season contests but they looked great in taming Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens in their 23-17 wild card win last weekend. The Bolts have been fantastic on the road this season and I believe they could very well win the AFC no matter who they face!

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Indianapolis Colts +1200

The Indianapolis Colts may have been a playoff afterthought entering the 2018 season, but they sure aren’t any more! Andrew Luck and company won four straight and nine of its last 10 games in the regular season before completely dominating Deshaun Watson and the Houston Texans 21-7 in their wild-card matchup last weekend. The Colts face a tall task in trying to get past Kansas City in the divisional round, but if they do (and they could) I see no reason why they wouldn’t have a legitimate shot to win the AFC Championship game no matter who they face.

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Philadelphia Eagles +1400

The Eagles reached the postseason thanks to Minnesota’s Week 17 loss against Chicago and the Birds now have that look of a ‘magical’ team that could do some serious damage like they did a year ago en route to the Super Bowl 52 title. If the Birds can get past New Orleans in the divisional round (they won’t) I definitely wouldn’t bet against them in the NFC Championship, even though I have to admit, I don’t see Nick Foles and company getting past Drew Brees and the Saints this coming weekend.

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Dallas Cowboys +2000

The Cowboys won seven of their final eight regular season contests, but it is their hard-fought 24-22 win over Seattle that should scare the Los Angeles Rams as they get set for their divisional showdown on Saturday. I know the Cowboys don’t have the most explosive offense around (21.2 ppg, 22nd) but they’ve been so good defensively in limiting the opposition to just 20.2 points per contest defensively to rank sixth in points allowed that I just can’t rule out at least one more win for the ‘Boys this postseason.

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