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Rob Gronkowski #87 of the New England Patriots evades a tackle from Adrian Phillips #31 of the Los Angeles Chargers during the second half at Gillette Stadium on October 29, 2017 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. Maddie Meyer/Getty Images

The public seems to be convinced that the Los Angeles Chargers have a real chance to challenge the New England Patriots and possibly pull off the upset. Most wagers on Sunday’s 2019 NFL divisional playoff game have been on L.A.

According to The Action Network, 60 percent of the bets have been on the Chargers with the Patriots getting 40 percent of the bets. New England is a four-point favorite at home. The betting line had been 4.5 points earlier in the week.

No other team has received more than 58 percent of the bets for the divisional round.

The Chargers had a better record than the Patriots in the 2018 regular season, going 12-4. Los Angeles tied the Kansas City Chiefs for the best record in the AFC, but the Chiefs won the division and the Chargers became the No.5 seed. The New England went 11-5 to win the AFC East for a 10th straight year.

Both teams went 9-7 against the spread in the regular season, per OddsShark. New England was 6-2 against the spread at Gillette Stadium, where they haven’t lost a game since 2017. Los Angeles was 7-1 against the spread on the road.

L.A. beat the Baltimore Ravens 23-17 as road underdogs on Wild-Card Weekend. It was the team’s first playoff win in five years.

The Chargers have looked like the team that’s most likely to reach the Super Bowl that didn't have a first-round bye. They’ve been great away from home and have recorded a 12-2 record since starting the season at 1-2. Philip Rivers was one of the best quarterbacks in the regular season, outperforming Tom Brady over the course of 17 weeks.

New England has not looked like the same team that’s reached three of the last four Super Bowls. The Patriots were blown out three times, and they haven’t recorded a win against a team that made the playoffs since Week 7. Brady had one of his worst seasons in recent years, and he just lost one of his top receivers in Josh Gordon.

The Patriots have the worst Super Bowl odds of any top-two seed. The Chargers have the best Super Bowl odds of any team that's playing on the road in the divisional round.