And, similar to the way they felt about what the haters said throughout the season, the New England Patriots don't care.
If you're planning on the Patriots to play on Thursday in Week 1 like most defending Super Bowl champs in recent years, don't count on it. There are a lot of them, and For The Win writer Steven Ruiz shared one on Twitter.
Miami will host the Super Bowl next year but for bookmakers the chances of the Dolphins triumphing on home turf are extremely slim, with the franchise having the longest odds of any team at 300-1.
Rams quarterback Jared Goff struggled mightily in Super Bowl 53, going 19-for-38 for 229 yards and a crippling interception with less than five minutes to play and the Rams inching toward the red zone for the first time all game.
The Chargers and the Chiefs have the next best odds and are both 8-1, followed by the Colts and the Saints at 10-1 and by the Bears and Steelers at 13-1 and 16-1 respectively.