The NFC champions Philadelphia Eagles will look to continue their playoff dominance when they take on the AFC champions Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday in Super Bowl 57. The Eagles (16-3), who defeated their opponents 69-14 in the previous two games, will be looking to win their second Super Bowl title in six years. The Chiefs (16-3), who haven’t been as dominant, took care of business by beating Jacksonville and Cincinnati in the 2023 NFL Playoffs. Kansas City is making its third Super Bowl appearance in four seasons under the coach Andy Reid, the former Eagles mentor, having won Super Bowl 54.
Super Bowl 57 kicks off from State Farm Stadium at 6:30 p.m. ET. Philadelphia is a 1.5 point favorite in Caesars Sportsbook’s latest Chiefs vs Eagles odds, while the over/under for total runs scored is 50. Before you lock in the Eagles vs Chiefs picks, be sure to see NFL Predictions and Super Bowl 2023 Predictions from SportsLine NFL’s top expert, RJ White.
White, the fantasy and gaming editor for CBS Sports, consistently crushes picks against the spread and went 445-378-24 on his 2017-21 ATS picks, which netted players $2,542-$100 . He’s also an incredible 103-74-6 on his last 183 ATS picks and NFL total, returning $2,070 for $100 bettors.
He is well known for cashing in big in the Westgate Las Vegas SuperContest twice since 2015. White has also cashed in big on his NFL future in 2021, including nailing Jonathan Taylor as the NFL rush leader at 10- 1. Whoever followed White is upstairs.
Now, White has set his sights on the Eagles against the Chiefs in Super Bowl 57. You can visit SportsLine now to see the picks. Here are Caesars Sportsbook’s NFL odds and trends for Chiefs vs Eagles:
- Difference Chiefs vs Eagles: Philadelphia -1.5
- Chiefs vs. Eagles over/under: 50 points
- Silver line Chiefs vs Eagles: Philadelphia -125, Kansas City +105
- PHI: Eagles are 7-2 ATS in their last nine playoff games
- KC: Under have struck in the Chiefs’ last three games
- Chiefs vs Eagles picks: See the picks here
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Why the Eagles can cover
Running back Miles Sanders leads Philadelphia’s rushing offense. During the regular season, he led the team with 259 carries for 1,269 yards (4.9 average) and 11 touchdowns. He had nine explosive plays of 20 or more yards and converted 62 first downs. In the playoff win over the New York Giants, Sanders carried 17 times for 90 yards (5.3 average). A week later against San Francisco, he rushed 11 times for 42 yards, but found the end zone twice. For his career, Sanders is averaging 5.0 yards per carry, rushing 739 times for 3,708 yards and 20 touchdowns.
Running back Kenneth Gainwell, who finished third on the team in running during the regular season, made the NFL playoffs. In 17 regular season games, Gainwell had 240 rushing yards on 53 carries (4.5 average) and four touchdowns. In the Divisional Round victory over the Giants, he carried 12 times for 112 yards (9.3 average) and one score. He followed that up with 14 carries for 48 yards against San Francisco, including a 17-yard long. See which team to choose here.
Why the Chiefs can cover
Quarterback Patrick Mahomes, one of the MVP favorites, didn’t let an ankle stop him in the AFC Championship game against the Bengals. Mahomes completed 29 of 43 passes (67.4%) for 326 yards and two touchdowns. In two playoff games, he completed 51 of 73 attempts (69.9%) for 521 yards and four touchdowns without interceptions for a rating of 108.3. During the regular season, he completed 435 of 648 passes (67.1%) for 5,250 yards and 41 touchdowns with 12 interceptions for a rating of 105.2.
Tight end Travis Kelce was Mahomes’ option of choice. He leads the team in playoff receptions with 21 for 176 yards (8.4 average) and three touchdowns. He also has 11 first conversions. Against Jacksonville in the Divisional Round, he caught 14 passes for 98 yards and two touchdowns. He had 110 receptions during the regular season for 1,338 yards (12.2 average) and 12 touchdowns. See which team to choose here.
How to make Eagles vs Chiefs picks
For the 2023 Super Bowl, White is leaning under the total, but he also says a critical X factor makes one side of the gap a must. See what it is and which side to press SportsLine.
So who wins Chiefs vs. Eagles in Super Bowl 57? And what critical x-factor makes a team a must-play? Visit SportsLine now to see which side of the Eagles vs. Chiefs spread you should jump to, all from the expert who’s returned more than $2,050 to $100 from players in the last 183 NFL VS spread and total choices, and find out.