The New England Patriots won their sixth championship since 2002 by defeating the Los Angeles Rams Sunday night in Super Bowl LIII. The greatest dynasty in NFL history somehow seems to be getting even stronger with three titles in the last five seasons, leaving little reason to doubt the team’s chances in the 2019 season.

According to the online sportsbook Bovada, New England has the best betting odds to win Super Bowl LIV in 2020. The Patriots (+650) are just ahead of the Rams, indicating that a potential Super Bowl rematch is very much in play.

The NFL hasn’t seen the same two teams make the Super Bowl in consecutive seasons since the Dallas Cowboys beat the Buffalo Bills in both 1993 and 1994.

New England has reached the Super Bowl in three straight years, beating the Atlanta Falcons in overtime in 2017 and losing to the Philadelphia Eagles last year. Tom Brady has made it clear that he will return next season, but there is increased speculation that tight end Rob Gronkowski could retire.

Los Angeles was tied for the NFL’s best record in the regular season at 13-3. Head coach Sean McVay is regarded as maybe the best head coach in the league, other than Bill Belichick, and quarterback Jared Goff is just 24 years old. Key players like Aaron Donald, Todd Gurley and Brandin Cooks are all in their prime and under contract for the next few years.

The Kansas City Chiefs and Los Angeles Chargers (+800) are both not far behind after suffering losses to New England in the postseason, though the odds are slightly different in Las Vegas. Kansas City is actually the favorite to win Super Bowl LIV at the Westgate Las Vegas Super Bowl.

The New Orleans Saints (+1000) are considered to be the biggest challengers to the Rams in the NFC. New Orleans lost to Los Angeles in the conference championship game in controversial fashion.

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Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots reacts after the play in the second half against the Los Angeles Rams during Super Bowl LIII at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on February 03, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. Streeter Lecka/Getty Images