The 2017 NFL regular season is over, which means the most meaningful games are set to be played, as the playoffs kick off on Saturday. To little surprise, the defending champion New England Patriots are not only the clear favorites to come out of the AFC but also to win Super Bowl LII on Feb. 4 at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.

Bill Belichick and Tom Brady are chasing their sixth Super Bowl since winning their first title in 2002. According to betting site VegasInsider.com, the Patriots are the odds-on favorite to reach the Super Bowl out of the AFC with 10/13 odds and have 2/1 odds of winning it all.

It's a sharp dropoff after the Patriots in the AFC, with the Pittsburgh Steelers at No. 2 with 5/2 odds. The Steelers also have the third-best odds to win the Super Bowl at 6/1.

The race is pretty tight in the NFC. The Minnesota Vikings have 9/2 odds of winning the Super Bowl and 9/5 odds of reaching the championship game. The Vikings are followed by the Philadelphia Eagles (3/1), as well as the New Orleans Saints and Los Angeles Rams, who are both listed at 5/1.

The Tennessee Titans and Buffalo Bills are the biggest longshots to win the Super Bowl at 100/1. Both teams also have 40/1 odds to come out of the AFC.

Wild-Card Weekend begins this weekend with four games. On Saturday, the Kansas City Chiefs host the Titans, while the Rams host the defending NFC Champion Atlanta Falcons. Sunday's games include the Bills on the road against the Jacksonville Jaguars and an NFC South battle in the late game, when the Saints host the Carolina Panthers.

Super Bowl Odds

New England Patriots 2/1

Minnesota Vikings 9/2

Pittsburgh Steelers 6/1

Philadelphia Eagles 10/1

New Orleans Saints 10/1

Los Angeles Rams 10/1

Kansas City Chiefs 16/1

Jacksonville Jaguars 20/1

Atlanta Falcons 20/1

Carolina Panthers 25/1

Tennessee Titans 100/1

Buffalo Bills 100/1

AFC Odds

New England Patriots 10/13

Pittsburgh Steelers 5/2

Kansas City Chiefs 8/1

Jacksonville Jaguars 10/1

Buffalo Bills 40/1

Tennessee Titans 40/1

NFC Odds 

Minnesota Vikings 9/5

Philadelphia Eagles 3/1

New Orleans Saints 5/1

Los Angeles Rams 5/1

Atlanta Falcons 10/1

Carolina Panthers 12/1