Super Bowl 57 Betting Guide: How to Bet Chiefs vs Eagles
On February 12, Super Bowl 57 will take place at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, with the Kansas City Chiefs going up against the Philadelphia Eagles.
In the North American sports landscape, no single event garners as much attention and sports betting interest as the Super Bowl.
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Betting on the Super Bowl isn’t just for diehard, year-round bettors either. The NFL’s annual season finale draws in many a casual observer or new bettor every year.
That has opened up the opportunity to engage in Super Bowl betting at safe, online sportsbooks. Super Bowl 57 betting is sure to draw wagers from new and old bettors alike.
With so much to sift through with regards to where to bet, the available betting options, and what bets to make, Super Bowl betting can easily feel like an overwhelming experience, whether you are a new to betting or an experienced bettor.
With that in mind, Betting News is here with everything you need for your Chiefs vs Eagles betting.
Super Bowl 57 Betting Odds
There are many Super Bowl betting options, but the outcome of the game itself always generates the most interest.
Betting on who will win the Super Bowl is not limited to just one part of the year. Throughout the year, you can bet on Super Bowl futures odds for the upcoming Super Bowl.
Since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970, the Super Bowl matchup has featured the champions of the NFL’s two conferences, the AFC and the NFC.
The NFL playoffs determine the conference champions. The playoffs consist of three rounds: the wild-card round, the divisional round, and the conference championship round.
The current NFL playoff format began in the 2020 NFL season. In that format, 14 teams, seven in each conference, take part in the playoffs.
With the matchup now known, you can bet on the specific matchup itself. But during the regular season and the first few rounds of the playoffs every year, you can bet on what you think the matchup will be.
In addition to betting on who will win this year’s Chiefs vs Eagles matchup, spread betting and total betting (how many points will be scored) are the other main Super Bowl betting options.
Super Bowl MVP Betting
In each Super Bowl, a standout performer receives the Super Bowl Most Valuable Player award. Based on Super Bowl history, the Super Bowl MVP will be a player on the winning team.
To date, only once has the MVP not come from the winning team. In Super Bowl V, the Baltimore Colts (now Indianapolis Colts) defeated the Dallas Cowboys 16-13, but Cowboys linebacker Chuck Howley earned Super Bowl MVP honors.
Last year, Rams receiver Cooper Kupp took home Super Bowl 56 MVP honors, becoming the eighth wide receiver to win the award.
Super Bowl 57 MVP odds have been released, and it is no surprise that Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes–who won the award when Kansas City defeated San Francisco in Super Bowl LIV–and Eagles QB Jalen Hurts are the leading Super Bowl MVP favorites. The award has been dominated historically by quarterbacks, who have won it 31 times.
Super Bowl Betting Trends
When deciding which Chiefs vs Eagles bets to make, it helps to research and understand Super Bowl betting trends.
Of course, every season and every Super Bowl are different. And in such an important, high-pressure game, expect the unexpected.
That certainly proved to be true for Super Bowl 55. The Chiefs, seeking back-to-back Super Bowl wins, were favored. However, they produced one of their worst performances of the Patrick Mahomes era as the Bucs won handily.
It nearly proved to be true last year as well. The Rams were favored to take the title and led the game at halftime, but the Bengals took the lead early in the second half and were poised to win until Matthew Stafford led the Rams on a late game-winning drive.
That said, many Super Bowl betting trends–and betting trends for the current NFL season–can provide helpful Super Bowl 57 betting insight. It will be interesting to see which betting trends play out when the Chiefs meet the Eagles on Super Bowl Sunday.
With so much past and present information to take in, you must determine which betting trends are most relevant to your Super Bowl betting choices.
Sometimes trends will back up your choices. Sometimes they will steer you in a different direction.
Super Bowl Prop Betting
Betting on the Super Bowl outcome will always be the most popular way to bet on the big game. But Super Bowl prop betting also generates a great deal of interest every year.
In fact, the outcome of Super Bowl props can be more interesting than the outcome of the game itself, especially for neutral observers.
Sportsbooks offer many Super Bowl prop bets, ranging from serious to silly. Super Bowl player props and Super Bowl scoring props are two serious options offered at many online sportsbooks.
Super Bowl Player Props
NFL player prop betting is popular throughout the NFL season, and that includes the Super Bowl.
Here’s are some examples of the Chiefs vs Eagles player props that you will see at many online sports betting sites:
- What will be the total number of passing yards or pass completions for each quarterback?
- How many touchdowns or interceptions will be thrown?
- Who will throw the first interception?
- How many rushing yards or rushing attempts will the running backs have?
- How many catches or receiving yards will pass-catchers have?
- Which player(s) will score a touchdown?
- Who will score the first touchdown?
Sportsbooks feature those player props for games throughout the season, including the playoffs and Super Bowl.
Also, a special occasion calls for some prop options that may only be available for the Super Bowl.
Super Bowl First Scoring Play Props
Along with betting on Super Bowl touchdown scorers, you can also bet on what–and when–the first scoring play in this year’s Super Bowl will be.
Will it be a touchdown? Will it be a field goal? Or will the unlikely happen and the first scoring play be a safety?
Super Bowl Coin Toss
Heads or tails?
The coin toss means a lot in any football game, but the Super Bowl coin toss carries even more significance. The team that wins the coin toss can set the tone offensively or defensively out of the gate and lay the foundation for a memorable Super Bowl win.
For that reason, being able to bet on the Super Bowl coin toss is another popular Super Bowl prop option.
Unlike many other Super Bowl 57 betting options, coin toss betting is much more of a toss-up, with matching -104 odds for both heads and tails.
Super Bowl National Anthem
Millions upon millions of people tune in to the Super Bowl for the action on the field. Not everyone does, however.
The commercials, halftime show, and the national anthem are all big parts of the non-football draw. Super Bowl national anthem betting falls under the quirkier Super Bowl betting options available.
This year, Super Bowl national anthem performance will be by country star Chris Stapleton. Will he go over or under the listed total?
Super Bowl Gatorade Shower
The Super Bowl Gatorade shower is one of the most anticipated moments of each Super Bowl.
Every year, players douse the Super Bowl-winning coach in America’s legendary sports drink during the victory celebrations. Many sportsbooks offer odds on what color the celebratory shower will be.
When the Rams defeated the Bengals last year, Rams head coach Sean McVay received a shower of blue Gatorade.
It was the second straight year that blue was the winning color, as now-retired Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians also received a blue Gatorade shower after the Buccaneers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs.
Which Gatorade color will it be for Chiefs coach Andy Reid or Eagles coach Nick Sirianni at Super Bowl 57? Yellow/Green/Lime and orange top the odds ahead of the big game.
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