Kansas City Chiefs vs. Philadelphia Eagles: Predictions, picks and odds for Super Bowl 57
It all comes down to this.
Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs return to their third Super Bowl in four years when they take on Jalen Hurts' Philadelphia Eagles at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
Can Andy Reid lead the Chiefs to victory over his former team? Will Travis or Jason Kelce prevail in a battle of brothers? Which team will come out on top and hoist the Lombardi Trophy?
The game is scheduled to kick off Sunday, Feb. 12 at 6:30 p.m. ET on FOX.
Here's a look at the betting details (odds from Tipico Sportsbook) and USA TODAY's NFL staff picks for the Chiefs vs. Eagles Super Bowl 57 game:
Chiefs vs. Eagles odds, moneyline and over/under
Spread: Eagles (-1.5)
Moneyline: Eagles (-122); Chiefs (+106)
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Lorenzo Reyes: Eagles 23, Chiefs 21
Although the Chiefs pressured Bengals QB Joe Burrow in the AFC title game, the Philadelphia offensive line is far superior to Cincinnati's, so I'm expecting Jalen Hurts to have a lot more time to operate. The Eagles are also strong on the defensive line and their secondary is capable of clamping down Kansas City's wideouts. The X-factor, of course, is Travis Kelce. I actually think the safest play of all is the under; with referee Carl Cheffers leading the league in flags thrown, expect a tightly-called game.
Safid Deen: Chiefs 30, Eagles 24
The Eagles have been the most consistent team all season, making the most of their relatively easy road to the Super Bowl, but they have not faced a team like the Chiefs. Mahomes, Reid and the Chiefs will have two weeks to get healthy and will win their second Super Bowl title to solidify their position in NFL history as the mighty Chiefs Dynasty.
Richard Morin: Chiefs 20, Eagles 18
The only thing I'm confident about is this being a low-scoring game. Both teams are supremely talented with high-flying offenses and stout defenses. Kansas City, however, needs the two weeks between the AFC championship game and the Super Bowl to get Mahomes and Kelce back to full health. If they can do that, the Chiefs should have an edge over the Eagles.
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