Andy Reid is one of five head coaches to appear in at least one Super Bowl with two different teams ahead of the 2023 Super Bowl. The Kansas City Chiefs (16-3) and Philadelphia Eagles (16-3) will match up in Super Bowl 57 on Sunday. Reid led the Eagles to Super Bowl XXXIX, where they were defeated by the New England Patriots. He secured his first championship when the Chiefs knocked off the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LV.
Kickoff for Super Bowl 57 from State Farm Stadium is set for 6:30 p.m. ET. Philadelphia is a 1.5-point favorite in the latest Chiefs vs. Eagles odds from Caesars Sportsbook, while the over/under for total points scored is 51. Before locking in any Eagles vs. Chiefs picks, make sure you see the NFL predictions and Super Bowl 2023 predictions from top SportsLine NFL expert R.J. White.
White, the Fantasy and gambling editor for CBS Sports, consistently crushes against-the-spread picks and went 445-378-24 on his ATS picks from 2017-21, which returned $2,542 to $100 players. He's also an incredible 103-74-6 on his last 183 against-the-spread and total NFL picks, returning $2,070 for $100 bettors.
He's well-known for cashing out big in the Westgate Las Vegas SuperContest twice since 2015. White also cashed big on his NFL futures in 2021, including nailing Jonathan Taylor as the NFL rushing leader at 10-1. Anyone who has followed White is way up.
Now, White has set his sights on Eagles vs. Chiefs in Super Bowl 57. You can visit SportsLine now to see the picks. Here are the NFL odds from Caesars Sportsbook and trends for Chiefs vs. Eagles:
- Chiefs vs. Eagles spread: Philadelphia -1.5
- Chiefs vs. Eagles over/under: 51 points
- Chiefs vs. Eagles money line: Philadelphia -125, Kansas City +105
- PHI: Eagles are 7-2 ATS in their last nine playoff games
- KC: Under has hit in Chiefs' last three games
- Chiefs vs. Eagles picks: See picks here
Why the Eagles can cover
Philadelphia had the fifth-best rushing offense during the regular season, averaging 147.6 yards per game, and has turned it up a notch in the NFL playoffs 2023. After gaining 268 yards on the ground versus the Giants, which was six shy of the franchise postseason record set in 1949, the Eagles ran for 148 versus a 49ers defense that was second against the run (77.7 yards allowed). Kenneth Gainwell posted his first career 100-yard performance in the win over New York, rushing for 112 and a touchdown and led the team with 48 in the NFC Championship Game.
Philadelphia led the NFL with 32 rushing TDs in the regular season and has recorded seven in the playoffs, with Miles Sanders, Boston Scott and quarterback Jalen Hurts each registering two. On the other side of the ball, the Eagles came within two sacks of the NFL single-season record of 72 set in 1984 by Chicago and have notched eight in this postseason. Linebacker Haason Reddick was tied for second with a career-high 16 sacks this year and leads the league with 3.5 in the playoffs. The 28-year-old, who was selected by Arizona with the 13th overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, is the first player in league history with at least 10 sacks in three straight seasons with three different teams. See which team to pick here.
Why the Chiefs can cover
Tight end Travis Kelce continues to be a dominant force within the offense for Kansas City. Kelce has a pair of secure hands with superb agility in the open field. The eight-time Pro Bowl selection has been one of the most effective pass-catchers in big-time games. Kelce is second in postseason history in receptions (127) and receiving yards (1,467) while being tied for second in receiving touchdowns (15). In the AFC Championship Game, he caught seven receptions for 78 yards and one touchdown.
Receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster is a sure-handed target that runs smooth routes. Smith-Schuster has a strong frame and is able to win a quick release off the line. The USC product caught 78 receptions for 933 yards and three touchdowns during the regular season. He finished with 70-plus yards in seven outings. See which team to pick here.
How to make Eagles vs. Chiefs picks
For Super Bowl 2023, White is leaning Under the total, but he also says a critical X-factor makes one side of the spread a must-back. See what it is, and which side to back, at SportsLine.
So who wins Chiefs vs. Eagles in Super Bowl 57? And what critical x-factor makes one side a must-back? Visit SportsLine now to see which side of the Eagles vs. Chiefs spread you need to jump on, all from the expert who returned over $2,050 to $100 players in the last 183 NFL against the spread and total picks, and find out.