Super Bowl 57 Betting Angles

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SUPER BOWL 57 BETTING TRENDS & ANGLES

Super Bowl LVII between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles will be the 57th installment of the NFL’s big game on Sunday Feb. 12, 2023 from Glendale, Arizona. 

If you’re a bettor that likes to rationalize your position on a particular wager, then look no further.

Super Bowl 57 Best Bets

The VegasInsider Staff have uncovered 57 Super Betting Angles with intentions of helping you strengthen your thought process on all of your side, total and prop wagers between the Chiefs and Eagles. 

Good Luck and enjoy!

SUPER BOWL 57 TRENDS TO WATCH

1 - Jalen Hurts is aiming to be the first quarterback in NFL history to win a Super Bowl while wearing No. 1 on his jersey. Most recently, Cam Newton wore the number back in Super Bowl 50, which resulted in a 24-10 victory for Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos. 

2 - Hurts rushed for 15 touchdowns this season, which includes the two in the postseason. The Eagles’ star picked up the most rushing touchdowns by a quarterback in the NFL this season, while the Chiefs allowed only four rushing touchdowns by opposing teams’ quarterbacks. Hurts is listed at +105 in the Any Time Touchdown Scorer prop market. 

3 - Super Bowl 57 will be the Chiefs’ third Super Bowl appearance in the last four years, and they own a perfect record of 3-0 in their last three matchups against Philly. Kansas City is 2-2 in the Super Bowl as a franchise. 

Andy Reid owns a 1-2 record in three Super Bowl appearances. (Getty)

4 - Andy Reid has coached in 10 conference championship games since 1999, and without a doubt, he’s put together one of the most illustrious coaching careers in NFL history. However, his teams are notorious for coming up short late in the year, as this marks just his fourth Super Bowl appearance as a head coach, and he only has one Lombardi Trophy on his mantle at the moment.

5 - The AFC West and NFC East are meeting for the fifth time ever in the Super Bowl. Teams from the NFC East are 3-1 in these games with the lone loss coming by the Eagles in Super Bowl XV to the Raiders. The Chiefs have never faced a team from the NFC East in the Super Bowl.

6 - Only six quarterbacks have won the NFL regular season Most Valuable Player award and also the Super Bowl in the ensuing playoffs. Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes is favored to win the 2022-23 NFL MVP award this season and he has a chance to become No. 7. The previous QBs, all Hall of Famers, were Kurt Warner (See 34), Brett Favre, Steve Young, Joe Montana, Terry Bradshaw and Bart Starr. 

7 - The Chiefs will be looking to become the 7th AFC team since the merger in 1970 to win the Super Bowl outright as an underdog. In fact, the last three clubs in this role have picked up the victory, including the Broncos over the Panthers in Super Bowl 50 and the Ravens defeating the 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII.

8 - Kansas City tight end Travis Kelce is averaging 8 catches per game in his career during the postseason. In two Super Bowl appearances, Kelce had six receptions in the win over the 49ers and 10 in the loss to the Buccaneers.

The Eagles defense has put up great numbers in the second-half this season. (Getty)

9 - The Eagles defense only surrendered 9.3 PPG in the second-half this season, which helped the under produce a 12-6-1 in the second-half of Philadelphia’s games this season.

10 - Super Bowl 57 marks the 10th time that Mahomes has been listed as an underdog in his career. Kansas City owns a remarkable 7-1-1 ATS mark in the first nine opportunities, including six outright wins. This season, the Chiefs went 1-1 SU/ATS as a ‘dog with the lone win coming at Tampa Bay in Week 4. The loss was at home to Buffalo in Week 6.

11 - There have been 11 non-offensive Super Bowl Most Valuable Player winners in the 56-game history, two of them coming in the last 10 finales with linebackers Malcom Smith and Von Miller winning for Seattle and Denver respectively. 

12 - This is the 7th Super Bowl in which the two starting quarterbacks hailed from the same college conference. Mahomes played at Texas Tech, while Hurts finished his college career at Oklahoma, marking the first time Big 12 quarterbacks are going head-to-head in this game. It is also the second straight season that a pair of QB’s from the same league are squaring off as Joe Burrow (LSU) and Matthew Stafford (Georgia) hooked up in Super Bowl 56.

13 - This marks the first time in NFL history that two brothers from opposing teams have squared off against each other in the Super Bowl. Back in 2013, Jim and John Harbaugh were fortunate enough to coach against one another in Super Bowl 47. However, this will be the first on-field rivalry between siblings in the big game, with Jason and Travis Kelce taking the field for their respective squads in Super Bowl 57.

14 - Andy Reid is the fifth head coach in NFL history to draw a Super Bowl matchup against his former team, with the previous four coaches to do so being Pete Carroll against the Patriots (2014), Jon Gruden against the Bucs (2002), Dan Reeves against the Broncos (1998), and Weeb Ewbank against the Colts (1968), and in those matchups, the returning coaches have yielded a record of 2-2. 

15 - There’s only been 15 instances in which one head coach was making his Super Bowl debut versus a coach bearing Super Bowl experience. However, it’s now happened six years straight, highlighted by Doug Pederson, Sean McVay, Kyle Shanahan, Bruce Arians, Zac Taylor, and now, Nick Sirriani all taking their first crack at it against coaches that previously reached the big game.

16 - The Kansas City Chiefs have played in two Super Bowls with Mahomes at QB and they’ve started slow in both games. The club has only managed to score 16 total points in the first-half in their two outings versus the 49ers (10) and Buccaneers (6). 

17 - Landing on 17 has been a common theme in the first 56 Super Bowl games for the loser. The runner-up has finished with 17 points eight times, which is tied with 10 points also happening eight times. 

18 - The Kansas City defense has stepped up in recent history versus teams from the NFC East, proving to be a tough out for the group. The Chiefs have allowed 18.3 PPG in their last eight encounters versus the division, which occurred in 2017 and 2020. 

19 - Three teams have scored exactly 19 points in a Super Bowl game. Out of three squads, not one of those covered the spread, with the last team tallying 19 points being the Falcons in Super Bowl XXXIII against the Broncos.

20 - In the first 55 Super Bowls, only one was decided by exactly one point – Super Bowl XXV in 1991 when the New York Giants defeated the Bills 20-19 from Tampa, Florida as seven-point underdogs.

21 - The NFC East has participated in 21 Super Bowls, the most among the eight divisions. The group also owns the best winning percentage, going 13-8 SU and 14-7 ATS.

22 - There have only been seven instances in the Super Bowl where the favorite won the game straight up but failed to cover the point-spread. Those outcomes occurred in 2022, 2009, 2005, 2004, 1996, 1989, and 1976.

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23 - State Farm Stadium will host Super Bowl 57, and this will be the 23rd Super Bowl played in a dome or venue with a retractable roof. Favorites have gone 15-6 SU and 11-7-2 ATS while the ‘under’ has gone 12-10. (SB XLIX was a pick ‘em between the Patriots and Seahawks)

24 - The Chiefs scored at least 24 points on 15 occasions this season, while the Eagles posted 24 or more 14 times. Kansas City only hit the Over eight times when reaching the 24-point mark, but Philadelphia compiled a 9-5 Over ledger in those games.

25 - In the first 55 Super Bowls, only one was decided by exactly one point – Super Bowl 25 in 1991 when the New York Giants defeated the Bills 20-19 from Tampa, Florida as seven-point underdogs.

26 - The Eagles’ team total (O/U) in this matchup is 25.5 points. In last year’s Super Bowl, the Rams managed to escape with a 23-20 victory, however, prior to SB 56, at least one squad had cleared the 26-point scoring mark in four of the last five Super Bowls.

27 - The ‘over/under’ has gone 27-28 in the first 55 Super Bowl matchups. No total was posted on Super Bowl I between the Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs.

28 - According to the Nevada Gaming Commission, sportsbooks have posted a “profit” in 28 of the last 30 Super Bowls largely due to prop wager outcomes. The two matchups they lost came in 1995 when San Francisco annihilated San Diego and in 2008 when the New York Giants upset the New England Patriots.

29 - In Super Bowl 29 (XXIX), San Francisco blasted San Diego 49-26 which was the highest scoring all-time finale. This was the only occurrence in the SB where a team scored exactly seven touchdowns and extra points in a game.

30 - The most points scored by one team in the second half of a Super Bowl was 30, which took place in SBXXI when the New York Giants rallied from a 10-9 halftime deficit to the Denver Broncos to secure a 39-20 win.

31 - A quarterback has been named MVP in 31 of 56 Super Bowls thus far, easily the most of any other position. So, as expected, QB’s Jalen Hurts (+110) and Patrick Mahomes (+130) are the top two options listed on the board to receive this year’s honors.

32 - Sticking with the Super Bowl MVP award, running backs have only captured the award seven times and the last individual to do so came in Super Bowl 32 (XXXII) when Terrell Davis of the Denver Broncos won.

33 - Offensively the Eagles (18.1) and Chiefs (15.5) averaged a combined 33 PPG in the first-half of their games this season, ranked 1st and second in the league. Total bettors should note that Philadelphia and Kansas City posted 14-4-1 and 10-8-1 ‘over’ records in the first-half this season.

Kurt Warner was the last NFL player to win regular season MVP and the Super Bowl in the same year. (Getty)

34 - Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes is favored to win the 2022-23 NFL MVP award. The last time a player won the regular season accolade and also the Super Bowl came in 1999 when QB Kurt Warner led the St. Louis Rams to a 23-16 win over Tennessee in SB 34.

35 - The most points ever scored in a quarter of a Super Bowl was 35 by the Washington Redskins in their 42-10 win against Denver in SBXXII. The 35-point effort was also the most points scored in a Super Bowl half. 

36 - During his head coaching tenure, Andy Reid-coached teams have played in 36 games after a bye in the regular season or playoffs.Those clubs have gone 30-6 straight up and 22-14 against the spread, which includes a 2-0 SU and 0-2 ATS mark this season (Titans, Jaguars). 

37 - Favorites have gone 37-18 straight up in the first 56 Super Bowl outcomes, connecting at a 67% clip. Super Bowl 49 did not have a favorite or underdog, with the line closing at a pick ‘em.

38 - The longest time that elapsed in a Super Bowl before either team scored was 26 minutes, which occurred in SB 38 (XXXVIII) between New England and Carolina. Despite the slow start, the pair combined 24 at the end of the first half and a SB record 37 in the final 15 minutes as the Patriots won 32-29 over the Panthers.

39 - In Super Bowl 39 (XXXIX), New England defeated Philadelphia 24-21 but failed to cover as a seven-point favorite. This was one of two games where the underdog, in this case the Eagles, scored late to affect the point-spread. The other backdoor cover came in SBXIII when Pittsburgh defeated Dallas 35-31. The Cowboys trailed 35-17 and scored 14 points in the final three minutes.  

40 - The last time the Chiefs appeared in a Super Bowl two seasons against the Buccaneers, the combined points scored in that game was 40. Kansas City lost to Tampa Bay, 31-9, marking the second-ever Super Bowl with 40 total points, as the first occurrence coincidentally also came at Raymond James Stadium when the Ravens routed the Giants, 33-7 in Super Bowl XXXV.

41 - Philadelphia scored 41 points in its Super Bowl 52 victory over the New England Patriots. Only eight teams have scored more than 40-plus points in a Super Bowl win. 

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42 - These teams last met on Oct. 3, 2021 and Kansas City outlasted Philadelphia 42-30 as a seven-point road favorite.

43 - The most completions in a Super Bowl was 43, which was held by QB Tom Brady in Super Bowl 51 between New England and Atlanta. What’s more impressive is that Brady completed 22 passes in the fourth quarter and overtime against the Falcons.

44 - The Kansas City Chiefs scored a season-high 44 points twice this season, coming in road wins over the Cardinals and 49ers. KC opened the season with a 44-21 win over Arizona, which is the host team of Super Bowl 57.

45 - The largest margin of victory in a Super Bowl was 45 points back in 1990 during Super Bowl XXIV - San Francisco won that game against Denver 55-10.

46 - The Tampa Bay Buccaneers outscored the Oakland Raiders 28-18 in the second-half in Super Bowl 37 and the combined 46 points were the most scored in a second-half of a finale.

47 - A win in Super Bowl 57 would mark the 47th victory for the Chiefs since the start of the 2020 season, which is by far the most in the NFL during this span.

48 - There has only been one Super Bowl where the combined score has landed exactly on 48 points. This occurred in SBXLIV when the Saints defeated the Colts 31-17 in 2010.

49 - The ‘over’ has cashed in seven of the last eight Super Bowls with totals of 49 points or fewer. The last Super Bowl to see a closing total of 49 or less and go ‘over’ the number was Super Bowl LVI, as the Eagles outlasted the Patriots, 41-33 to obliterate the total of OU 49.

50 - The ‘over-under’ for Super Bowl 57 is sitting at 49.5 points. There have been five Super Bowl totals close between 49 and 50 points and the ‘over’ has gone 4-1 in those contests.

51 - In their last eight games versus AFC West opponents in the 2017 and 2021 regular season campaigns, the Eagles have seen an average score of 51.3 PPG. The ‘over’ has gone 6-2 in those meetings.

52 - The last time both No. 1 seeds met in the NFL finale was Super Bowl 52 in the 2017-18 playoffs. Coincidentally, the Philadelphia Eagles won their first NFL championship that season when it defeated the New England Patriots 41-33.

53 - The Eagles were ranked 10th in red zone defense this season at 53.7%, only allowing 29 touchdowns on 55 possessions. Meanwhile, KC has the third-worst red zone defense as it surrendered 37 touchdowns in the same amount of possessions or 65.5%.

54 - The longest field goal made in a Super Bowl was 54 yards, which occurred in Super Bowl 28 when Buffalo Bills kicker Steve Christie connected. Eagles kicker Jake Elliott is 5-of-6 (86%) from 50-plus yards this season while his KC counterpart Harrison Butker was just 2-of-6 (33%).

55 - The highest scoring performance by a Super Bowl team came in 1990 when the San Francisco 49ers blasted the Denver Broncos 55-10 in Super Bowl 24 (XXIV). 

Eagles RB Miles Sanders is expected to lead the Philly ground game. (Getty)

56 - The largest player prop rushing line on the board in Super Bowl 57 belongs to Eagles’ RB Miles Sanders at OU 56.5. Sanders fell short of that number in last week’s blowout win over San Francisco, however, prior to that, he’d cleared the 60-yard rushing mark in four of his last six outings.

57 - Eagles’ Linebacker T.J. Edwards wears the No. 57 on his jersey. Edwards led this Philly defensive unit in tackles by a comfortable margin with 159 on the season, which paced the entire NFC, aside from the production of Seahawks’ LB Jordyn Brooks (161 TKL). Edwards is listed as a 100/1 longshot to win Super Bowl 57 MVP.

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