The cream has risen to the top. This weekend's conference championship games feature perhaps the most loaded final four in NFL history. The quarterbacks alone provide a truckload of storylines: Tom Brady attempts to put a stranglehold on the GOAT label by making his ninth Super Bowl; MVP favorite Patrick Mahomes tries to extend his historic season for one more game; Drew Brees seeks to put an exclamation point on his Hall of Fame career as a newly minted 40-year-old; and Jared Goff seeks to take the next step into superstardom.
Here's a look at the latest Vegas odds heading into the weekend, as the NFL's final four eye Super Bowl LIII.
Super Bowl Odds
New Orleans Saints 7/4
The Saints remain the slight Vegas favorites. But before we give them the nod over the Rams thanks to their Dome-field advantage, let's remember that two of their three losses this season came at home.
Kansas City Chiefs 13/5
KC has painted a masterpiece this season thanks to the wizardry of Mahomes and his array of weapons, including the electrifying Tyreek Hill. Andy Reid could exorcise a career's worth of postseason demons with two more wins.
New England Patriots 7/2
Of the four teams left standing, the Patriots have the most losses, with five. But does anyone have the courage to bet against Old Man Brady after his flawless performance against the Chargers?
Los Angeles Rams 7/2
It's strange to call a dominant three-loss team an underdog, but that's where we are with the Rams, who feature the NFC's top offense as well as the Defensive Player of the Year in the unblockable Aaron Donald.