Could The Vikings Be Set To Win Their First Ever Super Bowl?

Could The Vikings Be Set To Win Their First Ever Super Bowl?

As a result, the Eagles are the sixth choice when it comes to winning the Super Bowl.

Sunday, when Minnesota hosts the New Orleans Saints as the NFC's number two seed, it will become the first Super Bowl host to ever play a home game in the Divisional round of the postseason.

Super Bowl champion Drew Brees and his highly touted offense featuring wideouts Michael Thomas and Ted Ginn Jr. versus the Vikings stingy defense and secondary featuring All-Pros Harrison Smith and Xavier Rhodes.

It is going to be an interesting playoffs season no matter how this ends up turning out. Foles has had success since taking over for the injured Carson Wentz, but will be tested in a big playoff game at home. Blake Bortles was a disaster, completing 12-of-23 passes for 87 yards while also adding 10 rushes for 88 additional yards.

The Philadelphia Eagles possess the third-longest odds to win Super Bowl LII at 12/1.

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New Orleans Saints running back Zach Line

The nightcap on Saturday finds Tennessee in New England as the upstart Titans are looking for their second straight upset. Pittsburgh will get an opportunity at revenge on Sunday when it hosts the Jacksonville Jaguars, who smoked the Steelers 30-9 as a 7.5-point underdog back in early October of this year.

According to oddsmakers from online sports book, the Patriots are favored to win the Super Bowl over the remaining eight teams in the National Football League playoffs at 2/1.

Those same Patriots are a huge favorite over the Titans this week.

The logistical nightmare can still be worked around with the built-in bye week between the conference championship games and the Super Bowl, but even that may not be enough time to get everything done that would typically get done. The Jaguars' defense is very talented, and could give Brady some problems with the pressure they get on the quarterback, along with their strong secondary. The NFL may have to prepare for some around-the-clock work in getting the stadium set for the Super Bowl regardless of who is playing in the game.

Reuters/Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY SportsPittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and the rest of the team could have a chance to play at the Super Bowl 52 next month. Ignore the noise from the outside and I feel like that's what myself, a lot of other players have been doing. This will bring the Falcons and the Vikings in the final match to determine who among them will play in this year's Super Bowl.

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