Super Bowl best bets hub: A roundup of all our Chiefs vs. Eagles predictions for the Big Game

Super Bowl LVII will be the culmination of a journey that began 157 days before the Big Game when the Buffalo Bills defeated the Los Angeles Rams 31-10 to open the season.

After a season of ups and downs, the leader of each conference has made it to the climax of what looks like an epic battle.

Here are our best Super Bowl bets for just about every type of bet under the sun.

Super Bowl best bets

The Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles shared a 32-6 record leading up to this game, but one of them will suffer a rare loss on February 12 at Arizona’s State Farm Stadium.

Kansas City has a future Hall of Famer at quarterback in Patrick Mahomes and one of the NFL’s top offensive architects in Andy Reid. Philadelphia has the most complete roster in football and a menacing defense that’s particularly good at containing passing play.

This game should be close – it’s only the second Super Bowl in eight years with a spread under two points.

Here are the Super Bowl moneyline odds, point distribution and totals.

Super Bowl LVII encounter spread O/U Featured Bet
Chiefs vs Eagles PHI -1.5 51 Eagles money line (-121)

Odds as of 3:42 p.m. on 02/10/2022.

Moneyline, ATS, O/U tips and odds

If you are looking for advice on the standard markets and a look at the latest odds, look no further than these articles.

Super Bowl Moneyline & O/U pick : Mahomes has to deal with Philadelphia’s best pass rush in the NFL while working through an ankle injury, which isn’t a fun situation. Add in a devastated reception room and even the MVP might be biting off more than he can chew. We also favor the under at that total as the two teams have a combined record of 0-4 over/under in the playoffs.

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Super Bowl Betting Guide:

Super Bowl ATS Selections: With a modest spread, Steven Psihogios supports Philadelphia. He’s excited by the team’s exceptional offensive line and believes they can win this game in the trenches against a Kansas City defense that’s competent rather than outstanding.

Super Bowl Betting Guide : A comprehensive list of the main markets to bet on. Find the bet that suits you best, from moneyline and totals to MVPs and SGPs.

Super Bowl Odds : Get the latest Super Bowl odds and find out how line movement has been since this matchup was determined.

Super Bowl MVP odds : Jalen Hurts and Patrick Mahomes are the favorites. Find out which players are the second best picks to win the award.

Super Bowl Prop Betting

With so many prop options, including alt lines on a range of player-specific totals, we went all out. But first, let’s start with some fun in non-player markets.

Super Bowl props : One thing that sets the Super Bowl apart from other NFL games from a betting perspective is the availability of hyper-specific novelty markets. If you want to bet on things like halftime songs and Gatorade colors, you’ve come to the right place.

Super Bowl Prop Picks : Miles Sanders’ grip on the Eagles’ backfield is slipping, meaning running backs Kenneth Gainwell and Boston Scott could have surprisingly big roles on Super Bowl Sunday.

Patrick Mahomes Props : Mahomes is a difficult player from a prop betting perspective because he’s so difficult to fade, but it’s unclear how his ankle injury is limiting him and he’s been struggling with an incredible pass defense. Psihogios dives into the complex situation.

Travis Kelce props : Kelce is always Mahomes’ top target, but he could play an even bigger role than usual with so many injuries to Kansas City wide receivers. Kelce has an unassailable playoff resume and appears to be making a huge impact in the Super Bowl.

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Props by Jalen Hurts : Hurts’ dual threat ability makes him an intriguing player to explore across multiple prop markets. Avery Perri breaks down his prospects on the ground and in the air.

AJ Brown Props : Brown is an intriguing player to watch making the Super Bowl because he’s had a really special regular season but laid back-to-back eggs in the postseason. Jordon Horrobin offers his advice on navigating his hard-to-analyze prop markets.

Miles Sanders Props : Like Brown, Sanders has had a stellar regular season with less than impressive performances in the playoffs. Gainwell and Scott appear to be picking up steam for Philadelphia, suggesting there’s money to be made in Sanders briefs on Sunday.

Super Bowl defensive player props : Offensive players tend to garner the most attention, but Perri sheds some light on some defensive stars who could make their mark in the Super Bowl — and add value in various prop markets.

Prop odds for the Super Bowl : Alongside the touchdown scorer, track the latest odds on a variety of props including passing, rushing and receiving yards.

Super Bowl parlay picks

There’s no denying the popularity of the SGP, so we’ve come up with three different ones to help you make better, higher-risk bets this weekend.

Super Bowl parlay picks for the same game : Psihogios set up a three-legged SGP centered around the Eagles at +7.5 on an alternative spread at +200 odds.

Eagles SGP picks : Philadelphia just hasn’t been hit badly this season, and this combination underscores the team’s ability to keep it close — as well as two of its best offensive roleplaying players.

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Chiefs SGP picks : This parlay idea combines three appealing prop bets from Chiefs players into one game with a significant payout.

Super Bowl long shot picks : If you like high-risk, high-reward action, there are plenty of suggestions here, from Marquez Valdes-Scantling catching the game’s longest pass to Scott finding his way into the end zone for the fourth straight contest.

Super Bowl TD picks : Jordan Horrobin thinks a majority of the points will fall on the floor this Super Bowl. He likes it when Jalen Hurts fights for a goal and two running backs to find the end zone.

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts runs for a touchdown against the New York Giants in the first half of an NFL divisional round playoff football game Saturday, January 21, 2023 in Philadelphia.  (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

Trends, key stats and more

If you want to learn more about each team and dive deeper into the numbers that help us make our selections, check out these articles.

Five gamer trends you should know about : Psihogios examines some player trends ahead of the big game to know, from the Chiefs’ struggles in coverage to the rise of MVS.

Chiefs Betting Trends : Horrobin addresses how strong Mahomes looked in the AFC Championship game despite his ankle injury, and how the Chiefs’ offense has increasingly been channeled into the hands of two ability-position players: Kelce and Isiah Pacheco.

Eagles Betting Trends : From Hurt’s ability to find the end zone to the way his shoulder injury affected his throw, Nick Ashbourne’s rundown of Philadelphia betting trends could help inform any Eagles bets you’re making for Sunday.

Super Bowl stats to get you started : When it comes to making your Super Bowl bets, a little more information couldn’t hurt. This piece includes some key stats that could play a major role in Sunday’s outcome and many player prop markets.

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Nick Ashbourne writes about sports betting for NorthStar Bets. NorthStar Bets is owned by NordStar Capital, which also owns Torstar, Star’s parent company. Follow him on Twitter: @NickAshbourne

Disclaimer This content was created as part of a partnership and as such may not meet the standards of impartial or independent journalism.

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