Super Bowl Odds: Philadelphia Eagles Vs. Kansas City Chiefs Betting Preview

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Eagles vs. Chiefs odds

The NFL Playoffs wind to their finale Sunday with Super Bowl 57. The Kansas City Chiefs face the Philadelphia Eagles at 6:30 p.m. ET on Feb. 12. Primary markets for the game show the Eagles as spread favorites and on the moneyline. Eagles vs. Chiefs odds feature a total set at .

In this article, we break down everything you need to know before placing a bet on the game, including team matchups, key metrics and the best available NFL playoff odds. Click on the odds anywhere in this post to bet now.

Eagles vs. Chiefs Odds: Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under

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When using the Eagles vs. Chiefs odds table above, click the dropdown menu and select the type of bet you wish to make. 

Betting the point spread is when you wager on how many points a team will win or lose by. A plus sign in front of the spread denotes the underdog and a minus sign denotes the favorite.

In this case, the Eagles would have to win by at least two points if you bet them to cover the point spread (-1.5). A spread bet on the Chiefs would win if they win the game or lose by one.

Betting the moneyline is simply betting on which particular team will win a game.

The betting total is the number of combined points the two teams will score. Bettors can choose to bet the over or under on how many total points will be scored in the game. 

Eagles Vs. Chiefs Player Props

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Eagles Vs. Chiefs Betting News & Angles

Use this rolling, updating list of news bites about each team to help your handicapping for Eagles vs. Chiefs odds.

Team
Angle
Date
Eagles
team-culture

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Marcus Mariota has signed a one-year contract with the Philadelphia Eagles. Mariota’s deal is for one year and worth $5 million, with potential bonuses of up to $8 million.

Mariota played 13 games for the Falcons in 2022, throwing for 2,219 yards, 15 TD, and 9 INT. He was replaced by rookie Desmond Ridder at the end of the season and ultimately let go. The former Falcon is expected to become the backup quarterback to Jalen Hurts.

Author: Jeffrey Schreiber
Eagles
team-culture

The Eagles agreed to terms with free agent Rashaad Penny and veteran Boston Scott, according to league sources. Penny agreed to a one-year deal with a $1.35 million base salary, $600,000 guaranteed, and a max value of $2.1 million, while Scott will make roughly $2 million on a one-year contract, according to NFL Network.

Penny has shown flashes of elite upside, albeit in short spurts, with two significant injuries. In the 2022 season, Penny played five games before suffering a season-ending leg injury, logging 57 carries for 346 yards and two touchdowns.

Author: Jeffrey Schreiber
Chiefs

Harrison Butker’s game-winning field goal and Patrick Mahomes’ three touchdown passes lift the Chiefs (+1.5) over the Eagles, 38-35, to win Super Bowl 57. Mahomes wins his second Super Bowl in his third attempt.

  • Chiefs +1.5
  • Over 51.5
  • Mahomes Over 2.5 passing TDs
  • Isiah Pacheco Over 47.5 rush yards
Author: Brett Gibbons
Chiefs

Harrison Butker’s 27-yard FG gives the Chiefs a 38-35 lead with under 10 seconds left in the Super Bowl.

Super Bowl 57 comes down to a desperation attempt.

Author: Brett Gibbons
Chiefs

Only three times ever has the Super Bowl been decided by a game-winning field goal. Tied at 35 with 90 seconds left, the game appears to be setting up for a walk-off Harrison Butker field goal.

  • Super Bowl V
  • Super Bowl XXXVI
  • Super Bowl XXXVIII
Author: Brett Gibbons
Chiefs

A critical defensive holding penalty by the Eagles gives the Chiefs a brand new set of downs inside the Red Zone. Tied at 35, the Eagles have just one timeout remaining. KC is -3000 moneyline to win the game.

Author: Brett Gibbons
Chiefs

Time’s winding down in Super Bowl 57 and Patrick Mahomes– on a high ankle sprain– picked up 26 yards for a huge first down. The Chiefs are inside the Eagles’ Red Zone tied at 35. Chiefs are -3.5 (-115) and this game is setting up to be the highest-scoring Super Bowl in history.

  • Mahomes over 19.5 rushing yards (-115)

Live odds:

Author: Brett Gibbons
Eagles

Jalen Hurts not only scores his third rushing TD of the day, but completes the Octopus– a TD followed by a 2-point conversion by a single player. Octopus odds were set at +1400!

Author: Brett Gibbons
Eagles

Jalen Hurts ties the all-time rushing TD record in Super Bowl history with his third rushing TD. It’s also a record for a QB.

  • Jalen Hurts 3+ TD +3000

The Eagles are going for two.

Author: Brett Gibbons
Chiefs

Patrick Mahomes finds Skyy Moore for a TD. The Chiefs take a 35-27 lead in the fourth quarter.

  • Moore anytime TD +800
  • Mahomes Over 2.5 passing TDs (+170)
Author: Brett Gibbons
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Eagles Vs. Chiefs Weather

This game will be played indoors at State Farm Stadium in Arizona.

Eagles Vs. Chiefs Injury Report

Philadelphia Injuries

PlayerPositionInjuryWedThuFriGame Status
Landon DickersonGElbowFPLPFPQuestionable
Lane JohnsonOTGroin/RestLPLPFPQuestionable
Cam JurgensCHip/RestLPLPFPQuestionable
Avonte MaddoxCBToe/RestLPLPFPQuestionable
Robert QuinnDEFootFPFPFPUnspecified
Britain CoveyWRHamstringLPLPQuestionable

Kansas City Injuries

PlayerPositionInjuryWedThuFriGame Status
Kadarius ToneyWRAnkle / HamstringLPFPFPQuestionable
Willie Gay Jr.OLBShoulderFPFPFPUnspecified
Patrick MahomesQBAnkleFPFPFPUnspecified
Jerick McKinnonRBAnklesFPFPFPUnspecified
Isiah PachecoRBWristFPFPFPUnspecified
Trey SmithGAnkleFPFPFPUnspecified
JuJu Smith-SchusterWRKneeFPFPFPUnspecified
L’Jarius SneedCBKneeLPFPQuestionable

Chiefs Offense Vs. Eagles Defense

Chiefs OffenseStats (Rank)Eagles Defense
28.7 (1)Points/Gm18.8 (4)
0.445 (1)Points/Play0.306 (5)
407.9 (1)Yards/Gm290.3 (1)
294.5 (1)Pass Yards/Gm171 (1)
113.5 (21)Rush Yards/Gm119.3 (15)
6.3 (1)Yards/Play4.7 (1)
7.7 (1)Yards/Pass5.4 (1)
4.6 (12)Yards/Rush4.6 (24)
48.86% (2)3rd Down %38.11% (10)
70.51% (2)Red Zone %53.57% (11)
1.3 (12)Turnovers/Game1.6 (4)
3.82% (2)Sack Rate11.49% (1)

Eagles Offense Vs. Chiefs Defense

Eagles OffenseStats (Rank)Chiefs Defense
28.7 (1)Points/Gm21.5 (15)
0.432 (2)Points/Play0.336 (13)
384.2 (3)Yards/Gm328.3 (10)
230.2 (12)Pass Yards/Gm221 (19)
153.9 (4)Rush Yards/Gm107.3 (8)
5.8 (6)Yards/Play5.1 (9)
7.5 (3)Yards/Pass6 (6)
4.6 (11)Yards/Rush4.5 (19)
46.61% (4)3rd Down %39.36% (17)
68.57% (3)Red Zone %65.57% (30)
1 (3)Turnovers/Game1.3 (19)
7.29% (21)Sack Rate8.15% (5)

Eagles Vs. Chiefs Advanced Stats

Kansas City ChiefsStats (Rank)Philadelphia Eagles
+25.2% (1)Offense DVOA+15.1% (3)
+1.4% (17)Defense DVOA-9.7% (6)
-0.9% (19)Special Teams DVOA+0.5% (13)
-0.019 (10)Rush Offense EPA/Play+0.072 (1)
-0.076 (16)Rush Defense EPA/Play-0.023 (23)
+0.274 (1)Pass Offense EPA/Play+0.121 (7)
+0.036 (16)Pass Defense EPA/Play-0.087 (1)
DVOA via Football Outsiders, EPA/play via RBSDM database

Eagles Vs. Chiefs Betting Insights

Why The Chiefs Can Cover The Spread

The Eagles are being priced akin to an elite defense, the likes of which we’ve seen with the Legion of Boom and the No-Fly Zone. But it’s not at all clear they have that kind of quality considering the competition level they have faced this year. The best quarterback they have faced is…Dak Prescott? What’s left of Aaron Rodgers? This has been a startlingly easy schedule.

And one thing we know for sure is the Chiefs have a superb offense. It’s been at the top of the league for multiple years and completely scorched this same defense in 2021, albeit with Tyreek Hill leading the way (186 yards). If the Chiefs offense executes and Patrick Mahomes’ ankle doesn’t collapse, this will be a huge challenge for this defense.

Why The Eagles Can Cover The Spread

The Eagles have the rushing attack to put enormous pressure on a KC defense that has been quite soft against the run at times, albeit mostly earlier in the season. You won’t find a better unit than this offensive line. And on the other side of the ball, we’ve already seen one pass rush completely overpower the Chiefs and render Mahomes helpless in the Super Bowl. Repeat that trick and, regardless of what happens on offense, the Eagles will be well on their way to another title.

Reasons To Bet The Over

The last time the Eagles faced a passing offense with a pulse, they gave up 40 points to Dallas. Anything similar from the Chiefs and this game is going to rocket over, in all likelihood. The Chiefs’ strengths on offense match up well with Philly’s vulnerabilities on defense, and the same can be said on the other side of the ball. Thus, we have a pretty high total on our hands, but surpassing it doesn’t seem that crazy with these units.

Reasons To Bet The Under

The primary worry for points being scored here probably revolves around the health of both quarterbacks. Mahomes’ well-documented ankle injury clearly limited him against the Bengals even if he still had a pretty big game. Less discussed but perhaps even more impactful has been the lingering Jalen Hurts shoulder injury.

Eagles Vs. Chiefs Matchups To Watch For

Chiefs Offensive Line Vs. Eagles Pass Rush

Haason Reddick has been wrecking everything in sight in the playoffs. That has made him a popular dark horse for Super Bowl MVP. However, the Chiefs own a very solid offensive line and a QB who seems to have an eerily perfect sense of the pass rush. The operative matchup figures to come mostly with whoever is matched up with RT Andrew Wylie, the unquestioned weak link on the KC line. Disrupting Mahomes is a must for the Eagles. If the Chiefs keep him clean, they could roll on that side of the ball.

Eagles Coverage Vs. Travis Kelce

The Chiefs’ wide receivers suffered a number of minor injuries against the Bengals. While everyone besides Mecole Hardman is expected to go, if players like JuJu Smith-Schuster and Kadarius Toney aren’t 100%, it puts even more pressure than usual on Travis Kelce to produce. The Eagles have had two weeks to figure out a way to do what basically nobody has done in almost a decade – slow Kelce down. Despite being the clear focus of opposing defenses, he was far and away the most productive TE in football this season. Failure to contain Kelce likely spells doom, but the Eagles have been solid against TEs, with a No. 6 ranking per Football Outsiders.

Chiefs DBs Vs. AJ Brown

Hurts has not seemed able to attack downfield since coming back from a shoulder injury. Of his two top receivers, AJ Brown, does far more damage in the short-to-intermediate area, so he’d be the guy the Chiefs need to key on. Only one team performed worse against WR1s than the Chiefs this season, but the secondary has performed quite a bit better in the playoffs and late in the season. Trent McDuffie’s return from injury has been a big part of that, but the rookie certainly has a huge challenge on his hands here against the All-Pro candidate.

Final Thoughts

For a team that won 14 regular season games and advanced to the Super Bowl, the Eagles have a surprising amount of question marks due to a few factors. They got an incredibly easy path to the Super Bowl, facing an overmatched Giants team and a snakebitten San Francisco offense. And their schedule overall was just really soft.

Additionally, Jalen Hurts has not looked nearly as effective since returning from a shoulder injury. Is that because he’s physically compromised or because the team hasn’t had need of him? If the former, could he have gotten up to par in the past two weeks?

The fact the market steamed the Eagles immediately upon open suggests influential bettors are seeing that as the value side. However, given that the same market influencers rated the Chiefs as the stronger team all season, bettors have an interesting puzzle to solve. Have the Eagles or Chiefs done anything in the past month to convince you that something about them has materially changed? If you answer no, you should be looking to bet the Chiefs.

Ultimately, both sides have strong points that could prove key to making the difference here. That makes it easy to construct an argument either way.

Whatever you do, be sure to do due diligence on scanning through the hundreds of props available. Whatever your opinion on the game, you’ll surely find multiple ways to back it up in markets that offer more value than the major ones of side and total.

Best of luck betting on Eagles vs. Chiefs odds.

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