NFL Super Bowl 57 Game Odds, Spread, And Lines

Alex Murray
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Alex Murray
01 Feb 23
Betting Magazine
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NFL Super Bowl 57 Game Odds, Spread, And Lines

The stage is set for Super Bowl LVII, with the top seed in the AFC, the Kansas City Chiefs, and the top seed in the NFC, the Philadelphia Eagles, ready to fight it out for the NFL crown. The Chiefs arrive after a hardfought AFC Championship win over the Cincinnati Bengals last week, while the Philadelphia Eagles arrive in Arizona for the big game after two blowout wins.

highlights

  • The Philadelphia Eagles are early 2-point favorites to win Super Bowl 57 over the Kansas City Chiefs.
  • Kansas City Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes will get a much needed two weeks off for his ankle to recover before returning to the field for the Super Bowl.
  • The Philadelphia Eagles will be getting their first real challenge of the playoffs after beating a subpar Giants team and a 49ers squad playing their 4th-string QB to get to the Super Bowl.

NFL Super Bowl 57 Odds, Lines, And Spreads

The Kansas City Chiefs, who are the AFC’s No. 1 seed, and the Philadelphia Eagles, who are the NFC’s No. 1 seed both advanced to Super Bowl 57, making this the first clash of top seeds in the Super Bowl since 2017, with most betting sites having the Eagles as slight favorites. The table below breaks down the best odds for the major markets for the big game.

Sunday, Feb 12th - 630 PMSpreadTotalMoneyline
Kansas City Chiefs+2.0 (-110)OVER 49.5 (-110)+100
Philadelphia Eagles-2.0 (-110)UNDER 49.5 (-110)-130

(1) Kansas City Chiefs vs. (1) Philadelphia Eagles Odds

With Jalen Hurts leading the Eagles and Patrick Mahomes leading the Chiefs, it will be the first ever Super Bowl to see two black quarterbacks facing off. Both quarterbacks are finalists for the 2022 NFL campaign’s MVP award, so there’s no doubt that Mahomes versus Hurts will be a must-see offensive duel. Not to mention we’re dealing with two very potent and diverse offensive schemes courtesy of Kansas City’s Andy Reid and Philadelphia’s Nick Sirianni.  

The real question is going to be, which defense can create more turnovers and mistakes. The Eagles pass rush this season has been the stuff of legends, racking up 71 sacks during the campaign, third-most all-time. They also allowed the second-fewest yards per game and had the fifth-most takeaways. With the Chiefs defense sitting in the middle of the pack for most defensive categories, it seems Philly is coming in with the slight edge on defense, which is probably a big reason the Eagles are coming in as the slight favorites on most NFL betting lines.

Kansas City Chiefs Betting Preview

There’s no arguing that the Chiefs had the tougher road to the Super Bowl of the two teams participating. This will also be the third Super Bowl in the last four seasons for a lot of players on the Kansas City roster. This team is battle-tested. Over the past two seasons the offensive line unit has been completely revamped and this year they gave up just 26 sacks, third-fewest in the NFL. The clash between the Eagles ferocious defensive line and the Chiefs offensive line will be one of the most crucial matchups to watch here.

It will also be important to see how Mahomes’ ankle heals during the two weeks leading up to the big game, because with such a ferocious pass rush, it’s likely that he’ll have to be able to move around and avoid pressure. Kansas City receivers Mecole Hardman, Juju Smith-Schuster, and Justin Watson all missed or didn’t finish the AFC Championship Game, so it will also be important that the receiving corps gets healthy to give Mahomes quick options when the pass rush does get to him.

Philadelphia Eagles Betting Preview

The Eagles are the definition of a well-rounded team, finishing second in defensive yards allowed per game and third in offensive yards per game. They also led the league in sacks, had the fifth-most takeaways, and were top ten in both passing yards and rushing yards per game. There are very few holes in this team, if there are any at all. 

The 49ers gave up just 78 yards a game on the ground during the season and the Eagles were still able to run all over them in the NFC Championship Game even with Hurts not quite at 100 percent. The Eagles have spent the least amount of time trailing in the NFL this season thanks to that running game. If they get up early, it will be tough for the Chiefs to climb back into the game, but if Philadelphia gets down early, it will be a challenge that they haven’t experienced much this season.

Betting Trends

  • The Chiefs are 4-10-1 ATS after a win this season
  • Travis Kelce has caught 7+ passes in 7 of his last 8 playoff games
  • The Chiefs gave up the 4th most receiving yards to RBs this season
  • The Over is 4-1 when the Eagles play an AFC opponent this season

Alex is a recent graduate of Ryerson's Sport Media program in 2019 and has been contributing to BettingTop10 since 2020. He has worked in the field of sports and sports betting for several years, including stops writing for theScore and daily fantasy sports website FantasyPros as one of the lead NBA news writers. A dedicated sports fan and experienced sports bettor, Alex has the knowledge to provide you with the best betting advice and the sneakiest props no matter what the sport may be.