NFL 2023 Super Bowl LVII Odds Before the Final Showdown

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L’Jarius Sneed #38 of the Kansas City Chiefs tackles Kenneth Gainwell #14 of the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. Tim Nwachukwu/Getty Images/AFP

Editor’s note: This article was updated on February 1st, 2023

The conference championships have been decided and now the Super Bowl awaits. Below we list the updated and adjusted betting odds to see what the oddsmakers say about the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles.

Make sure to check out OddsTrader’s NFL Power Rankings as well as a whole host of handicapping tools at your disposal including its proprietary NFL Computer Picks.

OddsTrader’s Betting Edge

• Kansas City has been a money-burner all season long, currently 6-12-1 against the spread.

• The Philadelphia Eagles own one of the best defenses in the league, ranked No.1 against the pass, No. 2 in total yards allowed, and No. 8 in points allowed.

• Eagles are ranked 1st in sacks with 70 during the regular season while the Chiefs are 2nd in that category, piling up 55 this year.

• We should also note that the Chiefs owned the No. 1 point-scoring offense, averaging 29.2 points per game, and were ranked tops in passing and total yards.

Below you will find the Super Bowl odds, courtesy of FanDuel as of February 1st, 2023.

TeamSpreadMoneyline
Kansas City Chiefs+1½+100
Philadelphia Eagles-1½-118

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Sunday, February 12, 2023 – 6:30 PM EST at State Farm Stadium



Kansas City Chiefs

Kansas City sat out the wild card round due to their No. 1 seed in the conference which allowed them to lick their wounds after the long grind of the regular season. But once the upstart Jaguars roared back from a 27-point deficit to defeat the Chargers, their division round date was set as they welcomed Jacksonville to Arrowhead Stadium.

The Chiefs would advance to the conference round courtesy of a 27-20 victory over the Jags but like many times before, and much to the chagrin of their financial backers, they failed to cover the spread as nine-point home favorites. Kansas City has been a money-burner all season long, currently 6-12-1 against the spread.

A rematch from last year’s AFC title tilt was in the offing as Cincinnati advanced to meet their adversaries in hostile territory. Once again, the Chiefs maintained the home-field advantage and eked out a 23-20 win over the Bengals after Cincinnati’s Joseph Ossai sent Patrick Mahomes reeling with a late hit, drawing a gut-wrenching penalty that put the Chiefs within field goal range.

Kansas City kicker, Harrison Butker, had no problem splitting the uprights with just seconds remaining and the Chiefs escaped with a three-point victory that was enough to not only win the game but cover the 1½ -point impost and send the Chiefs to the Super Bowl for the 3rd time in 4 seasons.

Eagles Soar

Philadelphia’s road to the Super Bowl has had them barely breaking a sweat. The Eagles slept-walked past the Giants, 38-7, in their divisional round game as they too were the beneficiaries of a first-round bye as the No. 1 seed in the NFC.

Their date with the vaunted defense of the San Francisco 49ers was expected to be much more difficult, and it was until the Niners’ starting quarterback, Brock Purdy, injured his elbow and irreparably damaged San Francisco’s passing attack.

A series of 49ers’ penalties, 11 in total for 81 yards, did not help their cause and the Eagles had little trouble getting past the Niners in a 31-7 victory, easily covering the 2½ point spread.


Super Bowl Prediction

The Philadelphia Eagles own one of the best defenses in the league, ranked No.1 against the pass, No. 2 in total yards allowed, and No. 8 in points allowed. Their only Achilles heel defensively has been stopping the run, where Philadelphia is 16th among 32 teams.

We should also point out that the Eagles are ranked 1st in sacks with 70 during the regular season, while the Chiefs are 2nd in that category, piling up 55 this year. These are two teams that can make life miserable for opposing quarterbacks, but both offenses are equipped with elite passers who are also among the most mobile in the league.

But perhaps the balance of power tips in favor of the Eagles in this one as Jalen Hurts has A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith catching passes versus a middling KC receiving corps comprised of Marquez Valdes-Scantling and JuJu Smith-Schuster.

Yet, to be fair, Mahomes has the luxury of a pass-catching savant in tight end, Travis Kelce, so it’s not as though he has nowhere to turn. He also has a threat out of the backfield in tailback Jerick McKinnon as an outlet receiver, who had 9 touchdown receptions during the regular season. We should also note that the Chiefs owned the No. 1 point-scoring offense, averaging 29.2 points per game, and were ranked tops in passing and total yards.

Patrick Mahomes played exceptionally well against the Bengals despite the high ankle sprain he suffered against the Jaguars the week before, but the Eagles’ defense is far more ferocious, and that will likely tell the tale of this Super Bowl showdown.

FanDuel Line

  • Eagles -1 ½ (-110)/ Total 49 ½ (O-114)

Season Meetings

  • None

Prediction

  • Eagles 27 – Chiefs 23


Props and Bonuses

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Shop for Odds

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NFL Power Rankings

Getting keen insight into how each of the playoff teams stacks up is easy when you check out the OddsTrader NFL Power Rankings page. Here you will see the average line, the power line suggested by OddsTrader’s AI algorithms, and the Bettor’s Edge which is the difference between the two.

NFL Computer Picks

If you go to the OddsTrader NFL Computer Picks section you can see what the OT algorithms project and how the results compare to those predictions.


NFL Betting FAQs


Question: Where can I bet on the 2023 NFL Super Bowl?

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Answer: The most popular bet is the point spread bet where the underdog is getting points or the favorite is giving points.

However, moneylines, where no point spread is involved have grown increasingly popular, as have over/under, or total bets, where bettors can wager over or under on the combined total of the two teams in that game.

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