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The underdog KC Chiefs hope QB Patrick Mahomes’ sprained ankle is healed up
With the #1 defense in the NFL, the Philly Eagles will be difficult to score against
Watch Chiefs vs Eagles live on February 12, 2023, at 6:30 PM ET on FOX
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POINT SPREAD: Kansas City Chiefs +1.5 (-110) at Caesars
POINTS TOTAL: Over 50 (-110) at DraftKings
SPECIAL: Patrick Mahomes TDs 2+ (-222) at WynnBet
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The NFL’s 2022/23 postseason finale is here and Super Bowl LVII kicks off on February 12th when the AFC’s Kansas City Chiefs face the NFC’s Philadelphia Eagles, a battle that either team could arguably win though the Chiefs are known for their superior offense and the Eagles are famous for their top-notch defense, a classic confrontation that oddsmakers predict will be close.
According to the oddsmakers, the Chiefs have won each of their last 10 games against NFC opponents and we expect that trend to continue and will go with them to cover on this bet which is essentially pick ‘em as Kansas City’s QB Patrick Mahomes works to heal up his high ankle sprain and Philadelphia’s OG Landon Dickerson (elbow) fights his own nagging injury to play.
One matchup that could be critical to the outcome of this Big Game is the Eagles' defensive line versus the Chiefs' offensive line, with Philly leading the league in sacks with 70 total on the season and Kansas City only allowing their QB Mahomes to be sacked 26 times this season (21st most in the league), an ongoing battle that could prove to be the difference in this game.
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The oddsmakers tell us that each of the Eagles' last six postseason games have gone under the total points line and there is a solid argument to take the underbet here with both these defenses effective at keeping teams out of the end zone – the Chiefs unit allowing teams to score 21.7 ppg and the Eagles allowing opponents to post 20.2 ppg, that combined total of 41.9 still under what is predicted here.
This game will be played in a neutral site – State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona – so winter weather should not affect this game, these offenses capable of plenty of scoring, with KC averaging a league-high 29.2 points per game and Philly averaging 28.1 (3rd most), that combined total of 57.3 well over what this bet allows, which is why we are taking the over here.
This game features two of the league’s more talented QBs when it comes to scrambling outside the pocket and finding a target, and KC’s Mahomes (ankle) should be almost fully healthy by then and Philadelphia’s Jalen Hurts (165 carries this season for 760 rushing yards for 13 TDs) will be ready on his side of the ball, two game leaders ready to face off in the final game.
Here is an exciting Super Bowl LVII special bet from WynnBet bet for any sports bettors who believe in QB Patrick Mahomes who has been a Pro Bowl player for the last five seasons, this bet requires a guess as to how many TDs he will score in this game on the ground and through the air, with a $1429 bet yielding a $100 payout if he scores any touchdowns at all.
We will take the second option on the list – 2+ TDs (-222) – which requires a $222 bet and pays winners $100 plus your original investment, with Mahomes most likely not going to scramble much on his tender ankle but given that Travis Kelce has scored at least one touchdown in eight of the Chiefs' last nine postseason games, that should account for at least one of those scores.
This season, Mahomes has scored two or more TDs in sixteen of his nineteen games played, a good sign that he will be able to do that in this game, though be sure to check back on KC’s injury report before placing your bet because four of the Chiefs’ receivers are listed as questionable: Mecole Hardman (Pelvis), JuJu Smith-Schuster (knee) and Kadarius Toney (ankle).
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