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Quarterback Drew Brees #9 of the New Orleans Saints throws a pass against the Kansas City Chiefs during the second half on October 23, 2016 at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. Peter Aiken/Getty Images

The final 2019 NFL playoff picture has been set and 12 teams are in contention to win Super Bowl LIII. A few wild-card teams are considered longshots to win this year’s championship, while the No.1 seeds are favored to represent their respective conferences.

The New Orleans Saints enter the first round of the playoffs with +250 title odds, giving them the best chance to win the Vince Lombardi Trophy. The Kansas Chiefs lead the AFC with +470 odds after securing home-field advantage through the conference championship game.

The Los Angeles Rams have better Super Bowl odds than the Chiefs, though they’ll probably have to win in New Orleans if they hope to reach the big game. The Rams were tied with the best record in the NFC, but the Saints had the tiebreaker because of their Week 9 victory over L.A.

New Orleans went 6-1 at home before losing a meaningless Week 17 game. Kansas City went 7-1 at Arrowhead Stadium. Patrick Mahomes and Drew Brees should be the top two vote-getters for NFL MVP.

When the Philadelphia Eagles entered last year’s postseason as the No.1 seed, they were not the NFC favorites to win the Super Bowl. The defending champs are led by Nick Foles in the playoffs, once again, and they are just ahead of the Indianapolis Colts for the worst Super Bowl odds at +3500.

Five NFL teams have no better than 25/1 Super Bowl odds at the start of the playoffs. That includes the Dallas Cowboys, who are favored over the Seattle Seahawks on Wild-Card Weekend and have won seven of their last eight games.

Like Dallas, the Baltimore Ravens are the No.4 seed in their conference. The Ravens’ Super Bowl odds are nearly twice as good as the Cowboys’ title chances.

The Los Angeles Chargers have the best Super Bowl odds of any team that will play on the road in the first round. They tied Kansas City for the best record in the AFC.

Three teams have better Super Bowl odds than the New England Patriots. Tom Brady and Bill Belichick have secured a first-round bye for the eighth straight year. New England has made two straight Super Bowl appearances and four trips to the Super Bowl in the last seven seasons.