Eagles vs. Chiefs Spread, Line Movement And Injury Report For Super Bowl LVII

Written By Corey Sharp on January 31, 2023 - Last Updated on February 8, 2023
The Eagles and Chiefs meet in this year's Super Bowl in about two weeks.

The Philadelphia Eagles are representing the NFC in the Super Bowl after cruising past the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship game, 31-7.

The Eagles’ defense was the story of the game, knocking Brock Purdy and backup Josh Johnson out with injuries. The Eagles sacked the 49ers three times and forced three turnovers.

Kenneth Gainwell and Miles Sanders carried the Eagles offense with 90 combined rushing yards, with Sanders scoring two touchdowns.

The Eagles will face the Kansas City Chiefs, who knocked off the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20 on a game-winning field goal in the AFC Championship.

The Super Bowl is Feb. 12 in Glendale, Arizona, with kickoff scheduled for 6:30 p.m.

Super Bowl spread, updated Eagles-Chiefs odds at PA sportsbooks

Check the latest Philadelphia Eagles odds here.

Eagles vs. Chiefs early line movement at PA sportsbooks

Before the conference championship games, DraftKings PA Sportsbook had lookahead lines for the four potential Super Bowl matchups. The Chiefs opened as a 1-point favorite against the Eagles prior to the NFC Championship game.

Those odds were taken down and the actual Super Bowl odds became available as soon as Harrison Butker’s field goal gave the Chiefs the win. Once reopened, the Eagles were 1-point favorites before getting to -2.5 by Sunday night. The Eagles dropped to 2-point favorites and now sit at -1.5.

Eagles vs. Chiefs Super Bowl betting preview

There is a ton of history and storylines between the Eagles and Chiefs. Andy Reid is 3-0 against the Eagles since getting fired in 2012. As a member of the AFC, the Super Bowl is the only place the two teams can meet in the playoffs. Reid spent 14 years in Philadelphia, compiling a 130-93-1 record, and is winningest coach in Eagles history.

Brotherly love has a bit more meaning for Jason Kelce, as he’s taking on his brother Travis on Super Bowl Sunday. It’s the first set of brothers to ever face each other in the Super Bowl. It’s possible that Jason and Travis Kelce will be elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, which would be another first.

This is the first time since 2017, the last time the Eagles won the Super Bowl, that both No. 1 seeds are facing each other. The Eagles defeated the No. 1 seed Patriots 41-33 in February 2018.

The Eagles and Chiefs are widely considered the two best teams in the NFL. Here’s a preview courtesy of DraftKings PA Sportsbook:

  • Against the spread: Eagles 10-9, Chiefs 7-11-1
  • Over/Under record: Eagles 9-9-1, Chiefs 8-11
  • Average points per game: Eagles 28.7, Chiefs 28.7
  • Average points against: Eagles 18.8, Chiefs 21.5
  • The Chiefs have won each of their last 10 games against NFC opponents.
  • Travis Kelce has scored at least one touchdown in eight of the Chiefs’ last nine postseason games.
  • Each of the Eagles’ last six postseason games have gone under the total points line.
  • The Eagles have failed to cover the spread in each of their last five previous games at State Farm Stadium.

Eagles vs. Chiefs Super Bowl player props

Prop betting is one of the best aspects of betting the Super Bowl. Here are player props for Eagles-Chiefs:

Jalen Hurts props

  • Passing yards: Over 246.5 (-115) / Under 246.5 (-115)
  • Passing touchdowns: Over 1.5 (-115) / Under 1.5 (-115)
  • Rushing yards: Over 48.5 (-115) / Under 48.5 (-115)
  • Rushing + passing yards: Over 299.5 (-115) / Under 299.5 (-115)
  • Passing completions: Over 21.5 (-120) / Under 21.5 (-110)
  • Passing attempts: Over 31.5 (-130) / Under 31.5 (+100)

Patrick Mahomes props

  • Passing yards: Over 284.5 (-115) / Under 284.5 (-115)
  • Passing touchdowns: Over 1.5 (-215) / Under 1.5 (+175)
  • Rushing yards: Not offered yet
  • Rushing + passing yards: Not offered yet
  • Passing completions: Not offered yet
  • Passing attempts: Not offered yet

Miles Sanders props

  • Rushing yards: Over 57.5 (-115) / Under 57.5 (-115)
  • Receiving + rushing: Over 66.5 (-110) / Under 66.5 (-120)
  • Rushing attempts: Over 13.5 (+100) / Under 13.5 (-130)

Isiah Pacheco props

  • Rushing yards: Over 52.5 (-120) / Under 52.5 (-110)
  • Receiving + rushing: Over 64.5 (-115) / Under 64.5 (-115)
  • Rushing attempts: Over 13.5 (+100) / Under 13.5 (-130)

A.J. Brown props

  • Receiving yards: Over 71.5 (-115) / Under 71.5 (-115)
  • Receptions: Over 5.5 (+120) / Under 5.5 (-150)

DeVonta Smith props

  • Receiving yards: Over 61.5 (-115) / Under 61.5 (-115)
  • Receptions: Over 5.5 (+120) / Under 5.5 (-150)

Dallas Goedert props

  • Receiving yards: Over 44.5 (-115) / Under 44.5 (-115)
  • Receptions: Over 4.5 (-135) / Under 4.5 (+105)

Travis Kelce props

  • Receiving yards: Over 76.5 (-115) / Under 76.5 (-115)
  • Receptions: Not offered yet

Eagles vs. Chiefs Super Bowl injury report

No Eagles player on the active roster showed up on the injury report prior to Sunday’s game vs. the 49ers. Jalen Hurts, who suffered a sprained shoulder in Week 15, and Lane Johnson, playing through a torn adductor he hurt in Week 16, both practiced fully and came out of Sunday’s game unscathed.

Patrick Mahomes suffered a high ankle sprain in the AFC Divisional Round vs. Jacksonville and also practiced fully leading up to the AFC Championship game. Mahomes looked hobbled on Sunday, so it remains to be seen what his practice participation will be ahead of the Super Bowl.

Other Chiefs injuries include JuJu Smith-Schuster (knee), Kadarius Toney (ankle), Willie Gay (shoulder) and L’Jarius Sneed (concussion).

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Corey Sharp is the Lead Writer at PlayPennsylvania bringing you comprehensive coverage of sports betting and gambling in Pennsylvania. Corey is a 4-for-4 Philly sports fan and previously worked as a writer and editor for the Philadelphia Inquirer and NBC Sports Philadelphia.

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