2023 Super Bowl expert picks: Odds, spread, total, player props, TV channel, streaming for Chiefs vs. Eagles
It’s here. The Super Bowl champion will be decided on Sunday as the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles battle it out for glory. It’s Patrick Mahomes vs. Jalen Hurts. Will this be the high-scoring match that everyone is waiting for, or will the scenario of the game shock us all? Can Philadelphia win, or will the players end up kicking themselves for not seeing Kansas City as the loser?
If you’re looking for advice on what to do, what bets to place, and how you can potentially make money, you’re in luck. In this part, we will look at the different betting angles for this match. We’ll provide a selection from CBS Sports and SportsLine experts on this Super Bowl showdown, as well as a few player and game props we think are enticing. Also, if you want to check the 57 Super Bowl 57 bets, click Here.
All NFL odds via Caesars Sportsbook.
How to watch
Date of: Sunday 12 February | Time: 6:30 pm ET
Location: State Farm Stadium (Glendale, Arizona)
TV: Fox | Broadcast: fuboTV (try for free)
Chances: Eagles -1.5, O/U 51
Choice Chiefs vs. Eagles vs. Scatter
The Chiefs will score points. That means the Eagles will have to get their fair share of big draws too. I think they do it mostly in deep passing play.
“Look for Chiefs defensive coordinator Steve Spagnolo to attack the Hurts who had problems during the blitz. Spagnolo is known for his blitz style, so it makes sense to do it here. and by and large loses to Eagles receivers DeVonte Smith and A.J. Brown.
“Both attacks will be successful. It will make the Super Bowl fun. But in the end, the new school will beat the old school. Give me the best quarterback in the league on the biggest stage. three awards: league MVP, Super Bowl MVP, and another ring to add to his first ring.
“The dynasty of chiefs will be in full force late Sunday evening.”
— CBS Sports NFL Senior Columnist Pete Prisco thinks the Chiefs are playing the Eagles. To read his full explanation, click Here.
Before you lock in your Chiefs vs. Eagles pick, you need to see which side R.J. White is on. White, fantasy and gambling editor for CBS Sports, constantly crushes anti-spread picks and went 445-378-24 on his 2017-21 ATS picks that returned $2,542 to $100 to players. He also posted an incredible 103-74-6 in his last 183 vs. spread and total NFL picks, returning $2,070 to $100 bettors.
We can tell you that he is leaning towards the under total, but to test his official against the spread peak, go to sportsline.
“It’s not as easy as comparing lineups on paper. It’s never like this. And for that reason, it’s hard to match the worldwide contingent of Reid, Mahomes, and Kelsey, which certainly looks like a modern edition of the once-top trio of patriots Bill Belichick, Tom Brady, and Rob Gronkowski. When it comes down to it, they often find a way. This writer fully expects Mahomes, in particular, to give Gannon’s Eagles “D” more trouble than they have in recent weeks—maybe all year—with slicing and dice, give-and-dunk, which prioritizes movement, screens and tricks in the red zone.
“Factor X, however, shows up in the trenches. Both teams have fronts of Pro Bowl caliber. And both have first-class pressing masters – Chris Jones in Kansas City and Haason Reddick in Philadelphia. The Eagles just have a deeper rotation. After 11 QBs between the first two playoff games this year, Mahomes can expect a slightly more frantic day here, in which case Philadelphia feels a little better suited to capitalize on a forced outfield shot, showing off agility and adventurousness. . Corner starter and safety. Add to that the Eagles’ more consistent ground play, as well as Sirianni’s aggression compared to Reid’s penchant for occasional timing errors, and we’ll give the Birds the slightest of early nods.”
— Cody Benjamin CBS Sports loves to have the Birds raise Lombardi on Sunday nights. To read his analysis of the Great Game, click here. Here.
“Jalen Hurts could be a nightmare for Kansas City as the quarterback’s skill set plays well with this defense. As we’ve pointed out throughout the postseason, Hurts has had particular success in the deep passing game, with an NFL-leading 123.4. throws across the field for 25 yards or more. The Chiefs are the fourth-best passer for these types of shots this season. Meanwhile, Philadelphia does use shotguns offensively. league this year, and against Shotgun, the Chiefs are 29th in the league with a 94.4 passer rating. Even if they can block Hurts in the air, he can be just as deadly with his feet, especially against the KC defense. this fell short of the third most rushing yards by quarterbacks that season.
Defensively, the Eagles will certainly have a tough job trying to neutralize Patrick Mahomes, but this unit, led by defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon, has the talent to get the job done. game and the lowest passer rating this season and can put a lot of pressure on a quarterback. This postseason, the Eagles defense has put pressure 54% of the time and currently has 78 sacks a year, which is third all-time. The Eagles’ only weakness might be their run defense, but this playoff is also seeing a bit of a resurgence. Knowing what the Eagles do best, it seems like they can exploit a couple of weaknesses that KC has, especially if Mahomes is playing at less than 100% due to an ankle injury still plaguing him in the AFC Championship. He may also have limited passing opportunities as several Chiefs receivers were beaten.
“There is also a bit of Philadelphia team history. There have been only seven Super Bowls with a line of 2.5 or less. The favorites in these games went 6-1 SU and ATS.”
— Tyler Sullivan of CBS Sports rides with the favorites. To read his full explanation, click Here.
“The biggest matchup of this game will be Patrick Mahomes vs the Eagles pass rush. In 19 games, the Eagles hit 78 sacks in a season, third most in NFL history behind only the 1984 Bears (82). bags) and Bears 1985 (80 bags). The Eagles had four players this year who each recorded at least 10 sacks – Haason Reddick, Javon Hargrave, Brandon Graham and Josh Sweet – and if these guys spend four quarters beating Mahomes and his lame ankle, then it will turn out to be a failure for “Eagles”.
“The Eagles’ best case would be for this game to turn into Super Bowl LV. If you don’t remember that game, this is the one where Mahomes tried to play over an injured toe but was destroyed by the pirates. a defense that fired him three times in a 31-9 Tampa Bay win. If Mahomes aggravates his ankle injury on Sunday, I wouldn’t be surprised if the Chiefs lose in the Super Bowl again.
“On the other hand, if Mahomes can launch the Chiefs attack, then you should like the chances of the Chiefs. For Kansas City, the magic number could be as little as 310: This means they will move the ball. This year, the Eagles have only allowed offense for 310 yards or more in seven games, and they’ve gone 4-3 in those games. On the other hand, they’ve gone 12-0 on less than 310 yards.
“The Eagles defense has been great, but she hasn’t faced anyone this year that is anywhere near the caliber of Mahomes, which could be one of the reasons Brandon Aiyuk is so confident the Chiefs will win. The 49ers wide receiver is absolutely convinced that the Chiefs are going to “expose” the Philadelphia defense.
“They talk about [Philadelphia] Being a good defense, I’m not too sure,” Aiyuk said on February 4. “I think the passing game, this passing game in Kansas City, will reveal what we thought we could reveal before some unfortunate circumstances. It happened.”
“Does this sound like someone who is upset about losing to the Eagles? Yes.
“Can I trust his opinion? I…