2023 Super Bowl Odds Tracker: Eagles vs Chiefs

Super Bowl LVII will take place Sunday, February 12. With the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs, it's a toss up for who might win this game. Abby Moeckler is here to take a look at how the 2023 Super Bowl odds have moved since Sunday.
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2023 Super Bowl Odds Tracker: Eagles vs Chiefs

Super Bowl 57, between Kansas City Chiefs vs. Philadelphia Eagles, will be one electric game in Glendale, Arizona. The NFC No. 1 seed and AFC No. 1 seed will face off for the first time this year after each has dominated the regular season.

The Eagles won their two playoff games 38-7 and 31-7, however, they were against much easier opponents. Kansas City will be the Eagles' most difficult game as they have both an elite defense and offense that is led by the MVP, Patrick Mahomes.

Kansas City enters Super Bowl 57 after a 23-20 win in the last 3 seconds over the Cincinnati Bengals. Mahomes have been in this position before, leading his Chiefs in the Super Bowl, unlike Philly's signal caller, Jalen Hurts.

The odds for Super Bowl 57 have been jumping around ever since the two teams won their Conference Championship games. With two of the most talented offenses in the NFL, oddsmakers are expecting this to be a high-scoring affair.

Let's preview the latest Super Bowl odds for the Eagles vs. Chiefs.

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Super Bowl Start Time, Where to Watch, and Odds

  • Date: February 12, 2023
  • Game Time: 6:30 pm ET
  • Where to Watch: FOX

Super Bowl Odds

  • Spread: Eagles -1.5 (-110), Chiefs +1.5 (-1-5)
  • Total Points: O/U 49.5 (-110)
  • Moneyline Odds: Chiefs (+110), Eagles (-122)

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Super Bowl Odds

TeamMoneylinePoint SpreadTotal Points
Chiefs+110+1.5 (-105)O 49.5 (-110)
Eagles-122-1.5 (-110)U 49.5 (-106)

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The Super Bowl odds opened with the Chiefs being the -1.5 favorites, but they are currently listed as the underdogs. The point total has been pretty consistent, hovering around the 50-point mark.

While these are what oddsmakers are predicting as of today, Super Bowl 57 odds have looked different every day since Sunday. Let's take a look at how the 2023 Super Bowl odds have shifted since the teams were announced.

Super Bowl Odds Updates

  • Tuesday, January 31: The Super Bowl spread now sits at Eagles -1.5, and the Eagles' Moneyline has dipped to -122, with the Chiefs at +110. The over/under point total remains at 49.5 as of Tuesday.
  • Monday, January 30: The following morning the Super Bowl spread had stayed at -2 and the Chiefs vs. Eagles over/under also stayed at 49.5.
  • Sunday, January 29: Super Bowl odds stayed down to Eagles -1.5 for the day.

  • Sunday, January 29: The market disagreed with the initial spread favoring Kansas City, and changed from Philadelphia +2.5 to -2.
  • Sunday, January. 29: The Super Bowl opened with a 2.5-point spread. The Eagles were the underdogs at +2.5, while the Chiefs were favored at -2.5. The Super Bowl odds also had the Chiefs vs. Eagles over/under at 49.5.

Overall Super Bowl Odds

  • February 13, 2022: Chiefs were +750 tied for the best odds to win Super Bowl with the Bills, whereas the Eagles were +4000, 17th on the market.
  • September 8, 2022: The Super Bowl odds changed to Chiefs +1000, which was third on the market and Eagles +2500, 13th on the market.
  • October 30, 2022: After Week 8, the Chiefs were +600, which was still third, and the Eagles were +500, which was second on the market.
  • January 8, 2023: Before the Wild Card round, the Chiefs were +325, the No. 1 team to win the Super Bowl in the market. The Eagles were +500, fourth.
  • January 31, 2023: The Eagles are now favored to beat the Chiefs and win the Super Bowl.

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A Sports Writer and Editor for OddsChecker, Abby Moeckler has been covering professional sports since 2020. Abby is passionate about analyzing sports statistics, specifically for the NFL. When she’s not crafting stories and editing content, you can find her cheering on the Packers every Sunday.

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