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Will the Patriots most likely play in Super Bowl 53?

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By The Capital Sports Report Staff

With just a few weeks left until the final everyone is wondering about who will play in Super Bowl 53. There is no doubt the team will want to get there and clinch the cup this time. Their defeat against the Eagles in 2018 is sure to still be weighing on their mind.

Interestingly, at this stage the Patriots have played in 10 Super Bowl’s; they’ve lost 5 and won 5. If they make it to the final of Super Bowl 53 then they’re going to need a win or they could be starting an unlucky streak.

New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick looks on before the game against the Green Bay Packers

Bill Belichick looks on before the game against the Green Bay Packers (Getty Images)

Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is

But, if you’re looking to place a bet, should you be putting your money on the Patriots? Although they are playing well, they’ll need to beat the Chiefs to make the final; something that isn’t looking too likely at the moment.

As always, if you’re going to place a couple of bets make sure you use a reputable site. In fact, this is a good resource for players who want to learn how to legally place a bet on the Super Bowl.

Likelihood Of A Patriot Final

The current predictions actually place the Patriots as the fourth most likely to win Super Bowl 53; that’s fourth out of four. It seems likely that the Saints will beat the Rams simply because they are a better-rounded team.

This could lead to a close ad pretty exciting final game between the Saints and the Patriots. But, to achieve this, the Patriots need to beat the Chiefs and that seems unlikely.

The Chiefs have the edge in respect of both the offensive and defensive lineup. However, the Patriots do have a more experienced coach; this could be the weak link in the Chief’s armor that will need to be exploited. Andy Reid, head coach for the Chiefs could fold under the pressure of the big game; this could lead to a succession of poor plays which would give the Patriots the advantage they desperately need.

Let’s face it the Chiefs have an explosive offense and a great defense, especially when playing at home. In addition, they beat the Indianapolis Colts 31-13, meaning they must be feeling pretty fired up now; especially as this broke the home playoff game losing streak that they were enduring.

In contrast, the Patriots have a well-rounded team and an experienced coach but they also have the pressure of having something to prove. After last year’s defeat, they need a final and a win; that extra pressure on the team could cause them to make mistakes. In short, they could hand the game to the Chiefs; setting up the Saints versus Chiefs final which is an exciting option.

Of course, the Patriots are finished yet. They have the most successful quarterback and coach in the game. Their performance against the Los Angeles Chargers shows that despite Brady starting to age, and Gronkowski’s body starting to show the effects of all the hits; they are still a force to contend with.

Will the Patriots make Super Bowl 53? It simply depends on whether they can put it all together against the Chiefs and force the Reid to make a tactical mistake.

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