The NFC champion Philadelphia Eagles will clash with the AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday in Super Bowl 57. The 2023 Super Bowl will mark just the 10th all-time meeting between the teams, with the Chiefs holding a 5-4 edge. The Eagles (16-3) cruised through the regular season, outscoring opponents by an average of 28.1 to 20.2. The Chiefs (16-3), who have 12 wins in their last 13 games, have outscored their foes by an average of 29.2 to 21.7.
Kickoff for Super Bowl LVII is at 6:30 p.m. ET. Caesars Sportsbook lists Philadelphia as a 1.5-point favorite, while the over/under, or total number of points Vegas thinks will be scored, is 50 in the latest Eagles vs. Chiefs odds. Before locking in any Chiefs vs. Eagles picks, be sure to see the NFL predictions and Super Bowl 2023 betting advice from SportsLine's resident Eagles expert, Emory Hunt.
Hunt is the founder and CEO of Football Gameplan, which has been supplying analysis of all levels of football since 2007. He is also a former running back at Louisiana-Lafayette, which gives him a nuanced perspective of the X's and O's of the game from a player's perspective. Hunt is also uniquely dialed into the Philadelphia Eagles, posting a 37-22-1 record in the last 60 NFL picks involving Philadelphia and returning more than $1,200 to bettors. Anyone who has followed him is way up.
Now, Hunt has set his sights on Eagles vs. Chiefs in the Super Bowl 2023. You can visit SportsLine now to see his picks. Here are the NFL odds from Caesars Sportsbook and trends for Chiefs vs. Eagles:Eagles vs. Chiefs spread: Philadelphia -1.5 Eagles vs. Chiefs over/under: 50 points Eagles vs. Chiefs money line: Philadelphia -125, Kansas City +105 PHI: Eagles are 10-9 against the spread this season KC: Chiefs are 8-11 against the spread this season Eagles vs. Chiefs picks: See picks here
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Philadelphia's defense is a big reason for its success, led by linebacker T.J. Edwards. During the regular season, Edwards led the Eagles with 159 tackles, including 99 solo, with two sacks and 10 tackles for loss. He recovered one fumble and broke up seven passes. Edwards had nine 10-plus tackle games, including two 14-tackle performances.
Linebacker Kyzir White was second on the team with 110 tackles, including 66 solo, with 1.5 sacks for seven yards and three tackles for loss. He also knocked down seven passes. He's had two games with double-digit tackles, including 12 in the regular-season finale against the New York Giants. He made 11 tackles, including five solo, against Pittsburgh on Oct. 30. See which team to pick here.Why the Chiefs can cover
Defensive tackle Chris Jones is a dominant force for Kansas City. He had 15.5 of the Chiefs' 55 sacks on the year and registered 44 tackles. He broke up four passes during the regular season, forced two fumbles and recovered another. Jones registered two sacks in the AFC Championship Game win over the Cincinnati Bengals. He's had five games with multiple sacks, including 2.5 at Las Vegas on Jan. 7.
Cornerback L'Jarius Sneed is also a force for the Chiefs on defense and finished the regular season tied for the team lead with three interceptions. He was second on the team with 108 tackles, including 75 solo, with 3.5 sacks for 31 yards, and five tackles for loss. He knocked down 11 passes, forced three fumbles and recovered another. Sneed made nine