Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl 57 Odds, Moneyline, Spread, Total Vs. Kansas City Chiefs

The Philadelphia Eagles enter Super Bowl LVII as a 1 point favorite against the Kansas City Chiefs. Making their second Super Bowl appearance in 5 years, the Eagles look to bring a second Lombardi trophy to the city of brotherly love. To do so, they will have to beat a streaking Chiefs team at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, AZ on February 12. Find updated Super Bowl LVII odds and current lines for Eagles vs the Kansas City Chiefs Chiefs.

Super Bowl LVII Odds

The Eagles enter Super Bowl LVII as a slight (favorite/underdog) against the AFC Champion Kansas City Chiefs. As the 1 seed, the Eagles have are (2-0) against the spread (ATS) record this postseason, following up a 9-9 ATS record during the regular season.

Number 1 overall seeds are 25-23 in the Super Bowl straight up with the last NFC 1 seed to win the Super Bowl being the 2017 Eagles.

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Super Bowl LVII Over/Under

The Super Bowl total is set at 49 points. The Eagles have put up more than 30 points in each of their postseason games this season, largely due to their rushing attack’s ability to convert in the red zone. The Eagles run game was on full display in the NFC championship game where three separate individuals logged a touchdown against the league’s best rushing attack.

Perhaps most impressive, they were able to put up 31 points despite only completing 15 passes. The Eagles’ ability to run the ball effectively will be of utmost importance against the AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs. If they are able to run and convert in the red zone as they have in both of their postseason games, the over could be a play in Super Bowl LVII. Otherwise, the under may be the move.

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Super Bowl LVII Moneyline

The Philadelphia Eagles are -115 on the moneyline in Super Bowl LVII. This means individuals will have to wager $115 to win $100.

Both the Chiefs and Eagles have won Super Bowls in the last decade. The Chiefs were a favorite in their Super Bowl victory, while the Eagles were an underdog.

This is a rare case where both teams are minus money on the moneyline, as the Chiefs are -105.

Favorites are 4-11 straight up in the last 11 Super Bowls.

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