Less than 24 hours after the Philadelphia Eagles claimed their first ever Super Bowl championship, already Las Vegas oddsmakers are thinking about next season. While the City of Brotherly Love is preparing for a championship parade for the ages, the other teams in the league are already preparing for next fall.

Patriots No. 1 despite loss

Despite losing to the Philadelphia Eagles last night in the big game, the New England Patriots are still most sportsbooks' choice to win Super Bowl 53. Many questions are swirling around the Pats right now, including — are Matt Patricia and Josh McDaniels both leaving to take a head coaching job?

and — will the combo of Brady and Belichick both be back in 2018?

Love them or hate them, the Patriots have been, by far, the most winning team over the past 15 seasons and that may be why Vegas is still giving them the benefit of the doubt. It will be interesting though, to see what they do in the 2018 NFL Draft. After trading backup QB Jimmy Garoppolo to the San Francisco 49ers, New England will need to start searching for Brady's replacement - even if that doesn’t happen until 2020 or beyond!

Right behind New England are the Pittsburgh Steelers at 8/1, the new champs at 10/1 and tied for fourth and fifth place overall are the Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings at 12/1.

49ers are what?

The biggest early surprise when it comes to Super Bowl favorites for 2019 has to be the 49ers.

Just one season removed of starting the year at 100/1 odds or greater, San Francisco’s trade for Garoppolo has put them in a three-way tie for sixth place overall with the Jacksonville Jaguars and Seattle Seahawks at 20/1. That is a huge jump in one season! For a team that finished 6-10 during the 2017 regular season, the Niners are already next year's "sexy" pick, and why not?

Jimmy G. led them to a five-game winning streak to end the season - which included victories over Tennessee, Jacksonville and the Los Angeles Rams, all which made the NFL playoffs. The 20/1 odds to win Super Bowl 53 put the 49ers ahead of teams like the Dallas Cowboys and Kansas City Chiefs, who both sit at 25/1.

The longest shot on the board belongs to the Cleveland Browns at 200/1.

Here is a look at the current odds to win Super Bowl 53.

  • New England Patriots 5/1
  • Pittsburgh Steelers 8/1
  • Philadelphia Eagles 10/1
  • Green Bay Packers 12/1
  • Minnesota Vikings 12/1
  • New Orleans Saints 16/1
  • Atlanta Falcons 16/1
  • Jacksonville Jaguars 20/1
  • Seattle Seahawks 20/1
  • San Francisco 49ers 20/1
  • Los Angeles Rams 20/1
  • Dallas Cowboys 25
  • Kansas City Chiefs 25
  • Los Angeles Chargers 25
  • Oakland Raiders 33
  • Denver Broncos 40
  • Detroit Lions 40
  • Tennesee Titans 50
  • Indy Colts 50
  • Baltimore Ravens 50
  • Buffalo Bills 66
  • Tampa Bay 66
  • NY Giants 66
  • Arizona Cardinals 66
  • Washington Redskins 66
  • Miami Dolphins 66
  • Cincinnati Bengals 80
  • Chicago Bears 100
  • NY Jets 100
  • Cleveland Browns 200