Ever since the matchup for Super Bowl LIII was made official Sunday night, the betting line has been moving in favor of the New England Patriots. Tom Brady and Co. are laying nearly a field goal against the Los Angeles Rams in the 2019 NFL title game.

The consensus betting odds have the Patriots favored by 2.5 points with a total of 57.5, per OddsShark. The point spread is even up to three points at one sportsbook, and it could continue to rise if the public continues to bet on New England.

The moneyline for the Patriots is between -128 and -150, depending on the sportsbook. The Rams are between a +115 and +130 underdog.

The over/under is the highest total in Super Bowl history. The Rams led the NFC with 32.9 points per game in the regular season. The Patriots were second in the AFC with 27.3 points per game, and they’ve scored at least 37 points in their two playoff games.

New England is back in the Super Bowl for the third straight year and the fourth time in five seasons. The Patriots have a 5-3 Super Bowl record in the Brady-Belichick era. All eight games have been decided by one score.

The Rams haven’t been in the Super Bowl since 2002 when they were the St. Louis Rams and Brady reached his first Super Bowl. The Rams lost that game as 14-point favorites.

The only other Super Bowl in which Brady’s Patriots weren’t favored was Super Bowl XLIX against the Seattle Seahawks. New England lost to the Philadelphia Eagles 41-33 in last year’s Super Bowl as 4.5-point favorites.

The Patriots and Rams were both underdogs in the conference championship round.

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Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots gestures in the second half against the Kansas City Chiefs during the AFC Championship Game at Arrowhead Stadium on January 20, 2019 in Kansas City, Missouri. Ronald Martinez/Getty Images