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In a white jersey, New England quarterback Tom Brady celebrates a touchdown against the Atlanta Falcons during the Patriots' dramatic Super Bowl 51 win in Houston on Feb. 5, 2017. (AP Photo/Gregory Payan, File)

Put aside all that in-depth Super Bowl analysis, the QB ratings and deep-dive statistics to try to pick the next Super Bowl champion.

A fashion choice has been the one factor that has predicted the winner in 12 of the past 13 Super Bowls, for an impressive accuracy rate of 92.3 percent.

Yes, the team donning the white jersey on the field has ended up hoisting the Lombardi Trophy at the end of the game that many times.

This year, as the home team in the game, the Patriots got to select their jersey color and they picked white yet again. And why not? It's the color they've worn in their five past Super Bowl championships, including the last time they played the Eagles in the big game in 2005.

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Green Bay Packers' Aaron Rodgers, decked out in his green jersey, celebrates his team's 31-25 win against the Pittsburgh Steelers after Super Bowl 46 on Sunday, Feb. 6, 2011, in Arlington, Texas. It was the last time that a team not wearing white jerseys won the title. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

New England is only 1-3 in the Super Bowl when not in white, with their only championship while wearing their blue jerseys being their first title in Super Bowl 36 against the Rams.

In fact, teams that wore white have won 33 of the 51 Super Bowls to date, nearly 65 percent of the time.

The last team to win in a jersey color other than white were the green-clad Packers in Super Bowl 45 over the Steelers. The Eagles are hoping that color is in their favor this year as they'll be wearing midnight green jerseys.