The Philadelphia Eagles won Super Bowl LII on Sunday evening, their first Super Bowl crown ever. The city celebrated and will probably continue to do so in the days, weeks, and months to come. For 31 other NFL teams, however, it's time to start looking at the offseason and at the 2018 campaign that will be at hand in seven months. Super Bowl LIII will be waged in Atlanta on February 3, 2019.

These are the four teams most likely to make their way to Super Bowl LIII in 363 days.

1. Jacksonville Jaguars

This season, the Jags came out of almost nowhere to make a run all the way to the AFC Championship Game.

Except it wasn't exactly out of nowhere -- the team had been building a dangerous defense for several years. There was just a question as to whether Blake Bortles could get them over the hump; this year, he did. He will probably be back next year, but it wouldn't be a surprise to see Jacksonville pursue someone like Kirk Cousins or Nick Foles, who would put them over the top as a Super Bowl LIII contender.

2. New Orleans Saints

New Orleans was one miraculous mistake away from being in the NFC Championship Game. A big reason for their sudden development this season was the rise of rookies on both sides of the ball. Marshon Lattimore and Alvin Kamara will be another year older next season (though Drew Brees will be too).

The current era of Saints football was supposed to die out when Brees hit his decline. Last year proved that this team could be contending for Super Bowls for the foreseeable future.

3. New England Patriots

Vegas has already installed New England as a betting favorite for Super Bowl LIII. The Patriots are contenders every year as long as Tom Brady and Bill Belichick are in business -- by all accounts, they'll be back next year.

Rumors are rampant that Rob Gronkowski is giving serious consideration to retirement, though. Additionally, the team will need to work on revamping a defense that struggled all season.

1. Philadelphia Eagles

They just won the Super Bowl, so saying they're contenders for the next one is logical. The team isn't expected to lose too many contributors or coaches from their breakthrough.

And while Nick Foles was the Super Bowl MVP, Carson Wentz was making a run for NFL MVP before he went down with an injury. He may not be ready for the start of the season, so that could affect some prognostications of the team, but, a strong defense and weapons throughout the offense portend another championship-level season.