A whole new season: Super Bowl odds
Seattle's meteoric rise continued this season and the Seahawks enter the playoffs with the best odds to bring the Lombardi to the northwest, at 11/4.
Denver's record-setting offense has the second-best odds in the NFL to win Super Bowl XLVIII, at 3/1, behind Peyton Manning and his infinite TD passes.
San Francisco 49ers
Last season's Super Bowl runner-up enters the postseason with 7/1 odds, even though San Francisco is the fifth seed in the NFC.
New England Patriots
Tom Brady and Bill Belichick, in pursuit of their ever-elusive fourth Super Bowl, have 9/1 odds to finally clinch it after their 10th AFC East title in 11 years.
Carolina claimed its first NFC South division title since 2008 and the No. 2-seed in the NFC Sunday, and the Panthers have 10/1 odds to win it all.
Green Bay Packers
Despite nearly missing the postseason, Aaron Rodgers and the eight-win Packers have 12/1 odds to win their second Super Bowl in four years.
The Saints will head to Lincoln Financial Field to face the Eagles, whose win Sunday night secured the NFC East division title and the No. 3-seed, good enough for 16/1 odds to win the Super Bowl.
The Bengals clinched the AFC North for the first time since 2009 and are tied with the Eagles with 16/1 odds to win it all in February.
New Orleans Saints
The Saints have 22/1 odds to win the Super Bowl. They start the postseason on the road, where they have lost four straight games this season.
Andrew Luck and the AFC South champion Colts are tied with the Chiefs at 25/1 odds for the Super Bowl after ending their season with three straight wins.
Kansas City Chiefs
Despite being tied for the third-best record in the AFC, the Chiefs lost five of their last seven games and head into the postseason with 25/1 odds to win the Lombardi trophy.
San Diego Chargers
After sneaking into the sixth seed with a 27-24 OT win over Kansas City in Week 17, the Chargers are the least-likely team to win the Super Bowl, at 40/1.