Latest Super Bowl 2018 Odds: Patriots Still Favorites While Eagles, Vikings, Jaguars Trail

The NFL playoffs are down to just four teams: the New England Patriots, Jacksonville Jaguars, Minnesota Vikings and Philadelphia Eagles. And—shocker!—the Patriots are favored to win Super Bowl LII.

The Patriots face the Jaguars in the AFC Championship Sunday afternoon, while the Eagles meet the Vikings in the NFC Championship later in the day. The winners of those two matchup will face off in the Super Bowl on February 4.

The latest odds this week, via Odds Shark, had the Patriots at +105 favorites, meaning a win on a $100 would net $105 in profit. The Vikings trailed the Patriots at +210 odds, the Eagles stood at +625, while the Jaguars were at +650.

It seems Vegas is ready for a New England-Minnesota Super Bowl, which would have a couple interesting storylines. The Patriots are a juggernaut (likely) at the tail-end of a dynasty, while the Vikings are attempting to end a massive title drought in their home stadium.

CBS Sports collected the odds for each of the four potential Super Bowl matchups, and the Vikings would be underdogs in what oddsmakers consider the most likely matchup. Patriots would be three-point favorites (-3) over the Vikings and seven-point (-7) favorites over the Eagles.

The Vikings would be favored over the Jaguars by five-and-a-half points (-5.5), according to CBS, while the Jaguars would be favored over Philly by two-and-a-half points (-2.5).

It should come as no surprise the Patriots are expected win their sixth ring. Led by the indefatigable duo of coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady, they've already collected five Lombardi trophies, including one last year. They trounced the Tennessee Titans, 35-14, in the AFC divisional round, even amid swirling reports on internal strife between Brady, Belichick and owner Robert Kraft.

But Jacksonville's star cornerback Jalen Ramsey seems intent on keeping the dynastic Patriots from adding to their ever-growing trophy case. He predicted a Jaguars Super Bowl win in a bombastic speech to fans at the team's stadium after their upset win over the Pittsburgh Steelers last week.

"I ain't got too much to say. But y'all make sure you bring that same energy out here next week and the week after," Ramsey said. "We goin' to the Super Bowl and we gon' win that bitch!"