The Philadelphia Eagles are favorites to win the 2023 Super Bowl at -130 odds
- The Philadelphia Eagles are 1.5 point favorites against the Kansas City Chiefs on February 12, 2023. The Over-Under Total is 49.5 Points
NFL Playoffs Betting News
NFL Playoff Odds and Betting 2023
The NFL playoffs conclude on Sunday, February 12, 2023, with Super Bowl LVII, where the AFC Champion Kansas City Chiefs will take on the NFC Champion Philadelphia Eagles. The Chiefs beat the Cincinnati Bengals to advance to the Super Bowl, while the Eagles beat the San Francisco 49ers.
The Eagles opened the Super Bowl with the best odds to win the NFL playoffs. The Eagles have an incredibly well-rounded team that can combine explosive plays on offense with a ferocious pass rush on defense. The Eagles’ defense posted one of the highest sack totals in NFL history during the regular season, and Eagles QB Jalen Hurts was named as a finalist for NFL MVP. This is reflected in the Eagles’ point differential, which sat at +133 in the regular season and has been an elite +55 through two playoff games.
The Chiefs also have a finalist for NFL MVP in QB Patrick Mahomes, who is the favorite to win the award in the NFL betting odds. Mahomes injured his ankle earlier in the NFL playoffs against the Jacksonville Jaguars and was clearly compromised in the AFC Championship game against the Bengals. However, there is an extra week off between the AFC Championship game and the Super Bowl, so Mahomes’ injured ankle will get extra time to heal. It will be critical for Mahomes to have good mobility against the Eagles’ strong pass rush.
Eagles QB Jalen Hurts opened with the best Super Bowl MVP odds, followed by Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes, Chiefs TE Travis Kelce, and Eagles WR A.J. Brown.
When do the NFL playoffs start?
The NFL playoffs will begin on January 14, 2023 with the Wild Card Round, Divisional Round and Conference Championship taking place the following three weekends.
How many teams make the NFL playoffs?
14 total teams make the NFL playoffs, with seven coming from each conference. The No. 1 seed from both the AFC and NFC gets a bye in the first round.
When and where is the Super Bowl for the 2022 season?
Super Bowl LVII will be on Sunday, February 12, 2023 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.