The New England Patriots head into the playoffs as the consensus favorites to win Super Bowl LII.

The Patriots are 2-1 at the Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas. The Minnesota Vikings, who are hosting the Super Bowl on Feb. 4, are next at 4-1, despite being the No. 2 seed in the NFC playoffs.

The Philadelphia Eagles, the top seed in the NFC, are 15-1. The loss of quarterback Carson Wentz to injury in early December dropped the Eagles from NFC favorites to a second-tier contender. They have home-field advantage throughout the playoffs, but have worse odds than the New Orleans Saints (5-1) and Los Angeles Rams (12-1) in the NFC.

The Pittsburgh Steelers are 9-2, followed by Kansas Chiefs and Jacksonville Jaguars at 20-1 in the AFC.