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The matchup for Super Bowl LVII is officially set, as the AFC number 1 seed Kansas City Chiefs will face off against the NFC number 1 seed Philadelphia Eagles.

Both teams have found success in recent years with the Chiefs winning the Super Bowl 3 years ago and the Eagles winning it 5 years ago. However, both teams look quite different now to what they did back then. The Chiefs only have 3 offensive playmakers remaining from their championship team, while the Eagles go into this match with not a single receiver, tight end or running back remaining on their roster from when they last won it all.

There is very little to split these teams this season. Both have separated themselves as the best in the league, going 16-3 across the regular and post season, while also both averaging 28.7 points per game.

Although both teams have high power offences, a big part of the reason they made it this far is because of their elite defence. The Eagles and Chiefs rank 1st & 2nd in the league this season in Sacks so there will surely be a lot of pressure being put on both Quarterbacks all game.

Jalen Hurts came into the post season with some question marks over his health but put his critics to rest after showing no limitations during the post season so far. Patrick Mahomes suffered a nasty high ankle sprain in their Divisional round match, putting in doubt his ability to compete for the remainder of the Playoffs. However, he was able to step up in the Championship game when it mattered most and get the Chiefs over the line. He will have a couple weeks to get healthy and so we should hopefully see both QBs, who are two of the favourites to win the league MVP this season, face off at nearly 100% in Super Bowl LVII.

So, will either defence be able to stop these high-power offences, will the season end with more Patrick Mahomes heroics or will the Eagles rushing attack rule the day?


LAY | Philadelphia Eagles Moneyline @$1.87

The Eagles have looked mighty impressive, easily taking care of both opponents in the playoffs thus far. However, that was arguably against an overrated Giants team without a single noteworthy player at Wide Receiver, and then against a 49ers team that had no QB and could not move the ball.

The Chiefs have done it tough overcoming the Bengals who have been their bogey team, with multiple players seemingly under an injury cloud. They’ve all had an extra couple weeks to recover for this match and expect them to be almost completely healthy.

Andy Reid as a head coach in his career, has a 28-4 record the week after a bye or extended break. While Mahomes has a 7-1-1 record when playing as an underdog. Both records on their own are mighty impressive, but when you put them together along with the fact that they both favour the Chiefs, who are underdogs in this game, it is too hard to ignore.

The value on the Chiefs is too good not to take, at the worst it should be even money. So the play here will be to Lay the Eagles on the Moneyline.


BACK | Jalen Hurts Passing Yards Under 241.5 @ $1.88

Jalen Hurts had to miss a couple games due to a shoulder injury late in the regular season, he has come back and seemingly looked okay. Although I don’t believe he has done enough to prove that he isn’t still hurting from the shoulder injury. In both playoff games, he has fallen well below the mark of 200 passing yards, let alone 241. His team has dominated from the start, meaning he has not had to really do much.

This bet is almost a free roll, because if he is still hurting, he won’t be pushing the ball down the field. Even if he is perfectly fine, I expect the Eagles to be trying to establish the run game and punish the Chiefs that way which is where they are susceptible on defence.

Hurts has only reached over 241.5 passing yards 7 times this season out of 18 games! Best bet for this game here is to back the Under.


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