Chiefs vs. Eagles Point Spread: NFL Super Bowl Odds, Prediction

Edgar Chaput | Updated Feb 01, 2023

NFL: AFC Championship-Cincinnati Bengals at Kansas City Chiefs

Super Bowl LVII is almost upon us. The ultimate game will feature the AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs against the NFC champion Philadelphia Eagles in Glendale, Arizona.

February 12, 2023, 6:30 PM ET
State Farm Stadium
Pointspread +1.5 -110
Moneyline +102
Over / Under o +51.5
Pointspread -1.5 -110
Moneyline -123
Over / Under u +51.5

Only two teams are left standing. One more challenge, one more hurdle before finally tasting NFL glory. Kansas City and Philadelphia are replete with talent and depth. Both have earned their place in the big game but only one can win. Who will it be?

As of this writing (Monday, Jan. 30) Nick Sirianni’s Eagles are short -2 favourites on the NFL odds. The over-under is currently calculated to be 50.

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Kansas City Chiefs v Philadelphia Eagles

  • Kansas City Chiefs -110 +1
  • Philadelphia Eagles -110 -1

NFL Point Spread and Betting Analysis

These organizations are doing their part in changing the football conversation regarding great franchises. For the longest time, people would mention the Cowboys, Packers, 49ers, Patriots, Broncos, and Steelers. The City of Brotherly Love is sending its squad to the final dance for the second time in five years (and won it in 2017), whereas Kansas City is playing its third Super Bowl in four years.

Philly’s Super Bowl record is 1-2. It suffered heartbreak back in XV when the Raiders pounded them 27-10. Then, in Super Bowl XXXIX, coached by Andy Reid no less, the franchise fell short 24-21 to the aforementioned Patriots. Revenge is a dish best-served cold, however. In Super Bowl LII, Philadelphia got the upper hand against New England, 41-33.

It’s easy to forget that Kansas City’s history in the big game goes a long way back. They kneeled before the Packers 35-10 in the original Super Bowl, but overcome the odds three years later, winning 23-7 over the Vikings. The next opportunity required immeasurable patience. It wasn’t until Super Bowl LIV, 50 years later, that Chiefs Kingdom captured its second Vince Lombardi trophy, vanquishing the 49ers 31-20. They returned to the big stage the very next year but lost to Tampa Bay, 31-9.

These teams played each other not long ago. The Chiefs went into Philadelphia in the 2021 regular-season and vanquished the Eagles, 42-30.

Kansas City Chiefs

This is the fifth consecutive year that Kansas City is deemed a championship contender. With only one ring to show for their efforts so far, it feels as though this is an especially important opportunity for Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce and the gang to cement their place in NFL history. One chip is nice, but two sounds even better.

Andy Reid’s group faced Jacksonville Jaguars in the Divisional round and the Cincinnati Bengals in the conference title tilt. The latter matchup tasted especially sweet given that the Chiefs had lost three in a row against Joe Burrow’s Bengals, including the AFC championship one year ago. Patrick Mahomes (29-43, 326 yards) was battered and bruised but played heroically, finding Marquez Valdes-Scantling six times for 116 yards and a crucial TD. All eyes will be on how he soothes his ankle for the next thirteen days.

Defensive tackle Chris Jones had a monster game, earning his first two career playoff sacks. Every play was critical in a close, tense 23-20 win. Harrison Butker kicked the game-winning field goal with only three seconds left.

Philadelphia Eagles

The Eagles had a very different conference title game experience. Their foes on the day, the 49ers, came in with confidence and ambition, but bad luck and lack of discipline did them in.

Jalen Hurts didn’t even need to have a great day at the office. 15-25 for 121 yards spoke, in some respects, to San Fran’s valiant effort on defence, but so much went wrong and the Eagles are so talented, that the game was awash, finishing 31-7 in Philly’s favour. The Eagles bulldozed their way to the tune of 148 total rushing yards, with Kenneth Gainwell (48 yards), Miles Sanders (42 yards, 2 TDs), and Hurts (39 yards, 1 TD) leading the way. On the defensive end, for all intents and purposes, the game couldn’t have been simpler. Brock Purdy suffered an elbow injury early in the first quarter and his backup Josh Johnson paled in comparison.

When thinking about it, Kansas City arguably represents Philadelphia’s first true challenge in these playoffs.

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