We're less than two weeks away from the Super Bowl, as the New England Patriots will clash with the Los Angeles Rams in Atlanta.
The Patriots will make their third consecutive appearance, following the team's impressive victory over the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship. It took a masterful drive from Tom Brady in overtime to leave Arrowhead Stadium on the winning side.
The Rams also found themselves winning on the road to punch their ticket to the Super Bowl. Despite playing in one of the most hostile environments in football, Jared Goff and Sean McVay defeated the New Orleans Saints to give Sean Payton his first playoff loss at home in his coaching career.
Both teams met in the 2002 Super Bowl, which technically was the start of the Patriots' dynasty.
Los Angeles might have the better overall roster entering this matchup, but the experience of New England should give them an advantage on the biggest stage in football.
Although the Patriots are currently favored to win the Super Bowl, OddsShark's computer model hasn't given either side the edge for next Sunday.
Here is the score prediction:
It'll be interesting to see if the betting odds and score predictions shift leading into the showdown.
Whether it's Goff winning his first title or Brady adding another ring to his jaw-dropping resume, this Super Bowl should be quite entertaining.