Super Bowl odds: How the remaining 4 teams stack up
And then there were four.
After a wild weekend of NFL playoff action, only the New England Patriots, Philadelphia Eagles, Minnesota Vikings and Jacksonville Jaguars remain standing.
The Jaguars orchestrated the first shock of the Divisional Round on Sunday when they put up 45 points to defeat the higher-seeded Pittsburgh Steelers. Later in the day, however, that feat was outdone when Stefon Diggs scored a last-second miracle touchdown to push the Minnesota Vikings past the New Orleans Saints and into the NFC title game.
New England and Philadelphia, on the other hand, are two No. 1 seeds looking to remain on top -- and FiveThirtyEight's projections give them pretty good odds to do so.
Do the Jags have a chance to beat the defending champions in New England? Can Nick Foles keep up his impressive streak in relief of Carson Wentz, or will the Minnesota Vikings become the first team to ever play a Super Bowl in its home stadium? Click through below to see each roster's odds of hoisting the Lombardi Trophy after Super Bowl LII.