Is the Patriots dynasty over? Colin thinks it could be if Belichick leaves

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Colin Cowherd talks Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots after their loss to the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LII.

- The dynasty is over if Belichick leaves. And I think it's a 50/50 proposition. Brady's coming back. My gut says Gronk is coming back. Don't overreact to the Super Bowl loss. When Alabama lost to Clemson two years ago in the Natty, did you think the dynasty was over? No, because Saban was coming back.

The players are less relevant as long as Belichick is there. Hell, if Brady left-- and my feeling is, over the course of two years, Belichick would figure out a way to find a quarterback because he knows the value of it. And a lot of quarterbacks, especially a free-agent quarterback, would want to play for Belichick. And they would take less. So I don't worry about that.

Philadelphia is acting today-- I mean, hell, they're burning down the city last night. This is special. This is rare. You've got to remember, in the last 10 years, the NFC has given us eight different teams in the Super Bowl. You've got Aaron Rodgers to get through. You've got Russell Wilson in Seattle to get through.

You've got teams in the NFC with loaded rosters like Minnesota. You've got Drew Brees to get through. Atlanta's no joke. Carolina, depending on the year, can be very difficult. San Francisco has now got Garoppolo for a year. Sean McVay, and the Rams, and Goff are only getting better. NFC is wide open even if Wentz comes back. And I love Wentz.

But the AFC, look at it right now. In their division, they should go 6 and 0 if Belichick and Brady are back. Jets don't have a quarterback and a defensive minded coach. Bills don't have a quarterback and a defensive minded coach. And Miami doesn't really have a star quarterback. And we don't know about their coach. So they're going to go 5 and 1 or 6 and 0 in their division. There's no roadblock.

Pittsburgh? Tomlin against Belichick? Really? You've watched Brady against that defense. Really? So, to me, Vegas has the New England Patriots as the favorite this morning. They should be. They're 5 and 3 in Super Bowls with three narrow losses. There's a reason Philadelphia is going crazy today after the win. This is unique.

Warren Buffett doesn't get excited because he makes another billion dollars. If you go to the Westgate Superbook, New England is the favorite to win the Super Bowl over Philadelphia-- then Pittsburgh, Vikings, Green Bay, New Orleans, Atlanta, Dallas-- I don't know why Dallas is there-- Rams, and San Francisco.