Super Bowl 53 is set, and so is this year's version of the Super Bowl Squares printable bracket! For the third season in a row, the New England Patriots will represent the AFC Conference in the big game, while the Los Angeles Rams make their way back to the final round for the first time in 17 years as the NFC champion.

Déjà vu for Rams, Patriots

According to a CBS Sports report, it will be déjà vu all over again when the Patriots and Rams meet in Super Bowl 53. It will be 17 years, to the day – February 3, 2002, when an unknown quarterback named Tom Brady led the New England Patriots on a game-winning drive helping the Pats earn the last-second win over the St.

Louis Rams 20-17.

Back then, no one would have imagined that Brady would still be playing – and playing at a high level for that matter. Since that upset, for Kurt Warner and the Rams in 2002, Brady has become the face of the NFL. A win against Los Angeles in two weeks would give Brady his sixth championship.

Money is flowing in

You just can’t think of the Super Bowl without gambling. Yes, even people who do not wager on sports always want to know who is the favorite to win the big game, along with what is this year's craziest prop bet and who will have the best commercial. After all, you can wager on just about anything related to the Super Bowl.

Will the coin toss be heads or tails? How long will the National Anthem take?

Which team will score first? What color Gatorade will the winning team pour on their coaches head? Yes, believe it or not, you can wager on all of those things in Las Vegas.

Also, many work offices have their annual Super Bowl squares pool.

The squares are one of the most popular forms of wagering on the big game, and millions of folks participate all across the country.

Many office pools do it just for fun or prizes with no money being involved. However, some Las Vegas sports books have high stakes riding on not only the squares but the game in general.

This year could be another record-setting season for this one single game, as some experts are already predicting that $500 million or more will be wagered on this game.

If you need your own copy of Super Bowl squares, click the embedded tweet above and simply print off the picture. The best part is the teams are already included!

Who is favored to win?

As soon as the AFC championship game went final, the Westgate Sportsbook in Las Vegas listed the Rams as a 1.5 point favorite. The public has already spoken, and that line has shifted. With over a quarter of a million dollars in early wagering placed on the Patriots, New England is now listed as a 2 point favorite.

Just like the stock market, this line will continue to shift a bit over the next 10 days or so. The most wagering for the Super Bowl usually happens on the day before the big game. The hype for Super Bowl 53 is just beginning!