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If the New England Patriots play the Dallas Cowboys in the Super Bowl, it'll be their first matchup since Oct. 11, 2015 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Getty Images

Heading into the divisional round of the 2017 NFL playoffs, only eight teams remain eligible to win Super Bowl LI. The favorites to win the championship haven’t changed, but a few winners on Wild-Card Weekend now have a much better chance to claim the title.

The Houston Texans are the only team that’s not considered a real threat to win Super Bowl LI. Even after easily getting by the Oakland Raiders in the first round, they only have +5000 Super Bowl odds, via Houston is a two-touchdown underdog in the second round against the New England Patriots, who still have the best title odds.

New England’s odds (+180) haven’t changed, and they are still the heavy favorite in the AFC. But the Green Bay Packers’ victory has shaken up the picture in the NFC. While the Dallas Cowboys have the best odds in the conference (+475), they are barely favored over the Green Bay Packers (+550).

Green Bay visits Dallas Sunday on a seven-game winning streak. Aaron Rodgers is playing better than any other quarterback in the NFL, and it wouldn’t be surprising to see him lead the Packers to the Super Bowl with two consecutive road victories. Green Bay can’t play another home game the rest of the playoffs.

The winner of Green Bay vs. Dallas will face either the Atlanta Falcons or Seattle Seahawks in the NFC Championship Game. The Cowboys didn’t face either team in the regular season, while the Packers lost to the Falcons in Week 8. Green Bay won at home against Seattle in Week 14.

The Pittsburgh Steelers (+725) have better championship odds than the Kansas City Chiefs (+900), even though they are underdogs at Arrowhead Stadium Sunday. Pittsburgh has already defeated Kansas City this season, and many give the Steelers the best chance of any AFC team to win in New England.

In each of the last two years, the No. 1 and No. 2 seeds from both conferences met in the NFC and AFC title games.