Eagles vs. Chiefs Super Bowl 57 odds opened in several different spots across several sportsbooks. If opening Super Bowl odds are any indication, bettors will be able to shop around to find the line that best suits their wagering taste.
Eagles vs. Team Super Bowl 57 Best Odds, Lines, Totals
Super Bowl 57 odds are subject to fluctuate over the next two weeks. However, considering the quality of both sides and the nature of the Super Bowl, bettors are not likely to see dramatic line shifts. Sharp bettors will be on the lookout for key numbers, particularly 3.
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Eagles vs. Chiefs Super Bowl 57 Favorites, Records, Predictions
2022: 14-3 (8-9 ATS) | 10-7 O/U
Postseason: 2-0 ATS | 0-2 O/U
The Eagles are on the cusp of winning their second Super Bowl in five seasons.
With quarterback and MVP candidate Jalen Hurts at the helm, there will be reason for bettors to like the Eagles.
It’s not just Hurts of course. The Eagles are loaded across their entire roster. They ranked top five in yards gained per play offensively while leading the league with 70 sacks.
The Hurts-to-A.J. Brown – not to mention DeVonta Smith and Dallas Goedert – deserves its share of headlines. However, NFL fans and bettors don’t need to travel too far back in the history vault to recognize the wreckage a dominant pass-rush can inflict on opposing – even elite – offenses.
Applying constant pressure with their front four – their blitz rate ranked middle of the pack – will be one of the best ways to take down Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs.
Kansas City Chiefs
2022: 14-3 (5-11-1 ATS) | 8-9 O/U
Postseason: 1-1 ATS | 0-2 O/U
Patrick Mahomes seems to be making a habit of leading the Chiefs to the season’s ultimate Sunday.
They avenged last season’s AFC title game loss to the Bengals with their 23-20 victory, and now they’ll take aim at the Eagles in a heavyweight Super Bowl clash.
Perhaps some are mildly surprised the Chiefs returned to the big game in spite of trading star wide receiver Tyreek Hill prior to the season. They may not have the same element of downfield explosiveness, but All-Pro tight end Travis Kelce remains one of the top pass-catchers in the game.
Finally, we’d be remiss if we didn’t touch on Mahomes’ high-ankle sprain. He finished the win against the Bengals with 326 passing yards and two touchdowns. Another two weeks off should allow him to receive further treatment and play at closer to 100%.