If odds makers’ early projections are correct, the NFL will see the same four teams from last season’s conference title games vying for the Super Bowl.

The Seattle Seahawks and Green Bay Packers, who collided in one of the best NFC Championships in years, are both predicted to win 11 games and their respective divisions next season. The Indianapolis Colts are also expected to win 11 games, but the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots aren’t far behind at 10.5 victories, according to the latest team prop bets from Bovada.lv.

The Seahawks, who are currently in prolonged negotiations with quarterback Russell Wilson over a new contract, have managed to keep the NFL’s most dominant defense together and could be the first team to make three straight Super Bowls in more than 20 years. The last team to do so was the Buffalo Bills, who made four straight between the 1990 and 1993 seasons.

However, Seattle does face a significant uphill battle next season with the league’s fourth hardest schedule. The Seahawks’ opponents in 2015 combined for a .559 winning percentage last year.

Green Bay, led by All-Pro quarterback Aaron Rodgers, seek their first Super Bowl appearance since the 2010 season and a fifth straight NFC North title. The Packers also face a difficult road with their opponents claiming a .529 winning percentage last season.

With 14 consecutive winning seasons and 11 AFC East titles, the Patriots projection would seem quite obvious if it weren’t for quarterback Tom Brady’s suspension for the first four games of the season after his alleged role in the Deflategate scandal that has rocked the league and the team throughout the offseason.

New England will turn to second-year quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo for the first quarter of the season, with Brady taking over from there. The Patriots schedule is ranked No. 22 in the league in terms of difficulty, which should help Garrapolo to start the season.

The Colts are looking for 11 wins for the fourth straight season under quarterback Andrew Luck, and will also try to erase the nasty 45-7 beating served up by the Patriots in the last season's AFC title game. Indianapolis’ schedule is the easiest of the contenders with opponents totaling a .417 winning percentage last season.

Quarterback Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos are viewed as the Colts and Patriots' main competition, with a projected win total of 10, which is 1.5 games better than their closest rival in the AFC West, the Kansas City Chiefs at 8.5 wins.

Over in the NFC East, the reigning division champion Dallas Cowboys are expected to battle it out with the Philadelphia Eagles for the top spot at 9.5 wins apiece. The New York Giants aren't too far behind at 8.5 wins, but the Washington Redskins are well back at 6.5

The Eagles underwent a major overhaul during the offseason, with head coach Chip Kelly lighting up the trade market by acquiring quarterback Sam Bradford and linebacker Kiki Alonso and sending last year’s top running back LeSean McCoy to Buffalo. The Eagles also swiped running back and the league’s best rusher DeMarco Murray away from Dallas via free agency.

Check out the full list of projections below.

Projected Total Wins in 2015 Season

NFC East

Dallas Cowboys 9.5

Philadelphia Eagles 9.5

New York Giants 8.5

Washington Redskins 6.5

NFC North

Green Bay Packers 11

Detroit Lions 8

Minnesota Vikings 7.5

Chicago Bears 7

NFC South

Atlanta Falcons 8.5

Carolina Panthers 8.5

New Orleans Saints 8.5

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 6

NFC West

Seattle Seahawks 11

Arizona Cardinals 8.5

St. Louis Rams 8

San Francisco 49ers 7.5

AFC East

New England Patriots 10.5

Buffalo Bills 8.5

Miami Dolphins 8.5

New York Jets 7.5

AFC North

Baltimore Ravens 9

Cincinnati Bengals 8.5

Pittsburgh Steelers 8.5

Cleveland Browns 6.5

AFC South

Indianapolis Colts 11

Houston Texans 8.5

Jacksonville Jaguars 5.5

Tennessee Titans 5.5

AFC West

Denver Broncos 10

Kansas City Chiefs 8.5

San Diego Chargers 8

Oakland Raiders 5.5