NFL Playoffs Odds - Super Bowl LVII Betting Lines

2022-23 NFL Playoffs Betting

NFL Playoffs Betting

The NFL conference championship games saved the best for last. In the AFC championship, the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20. Harrison Butker kicked a 45-yard field goal. Previously, QB Patrick Mahomes ran for a first down and was awarded 15 more yards on a personal foul late hit call. The injury-ravaged Chiefs found a way to beat their old nemesis and make their third Super Bowl in four years.

The Philadelphia Eagles had far less drama in their 31-7 win over the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC championship game. It will be the Eagles’ first Super Bowl since the 2017 season when backup Nick Foles and former head coach Doug Pederson led the first Super Bowl win in franchise history.

NFL Betting Lines

NFL Super Bowl LVII Odds

SPREAD TOTAL MONEY LINE TIME (ET)
SUNDAY FEB 12 - STATE FARM STADIUM - GLENDALE - AZ
Chiefs vs. Eagles (-1.5) 50.5 Chiefs +105, Eagles -125 6:30 PM (FOX)

*Odds as of Monday, February 6, 10:00 AM ET

Sunday, February 12, 2023

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Philadelphia opened as a small favorite based on their dominant win over the 49ers. Also factoring in is the long injury list of the Kansas City Chiefs. But with two weeks to prepare, the Chiefs can heal. And assuming that is the case, the betting line could see a lot of movement before Super Sunday.

This is the third year of the expanded 14-team NFL playoff. While the level of play has been watered down, the money derived from two extra NFL playoff games means that this format is here to stay for the foreseeable future. Only one of the four games between a No. 2 seed and a No. 7 seed has been competitive so far, and the other three No. 7 seeds were blown out.

Indianapolis nearly knocked off Buffalo in 2020 as a No. 7 seed, but Chicago could only muster three points against New Orleans until scoring a meaningless touchdown as time expired as the other No. 7 seed in that postseason. The 2021 NFL Playoffs saw the two teams from the Keystone State as the No. 7 seeds, but neither Pittsburgh nor Philadelphia was able to keep it close. The Steelers scored the first touchdown against Kansas City but proceeded to give up 35 unanswered points, while Tampa Bay took a 31-0 lead into the fourth quarter against the Eagles.

For the first time ever, there was a Monday night playoff game in 2021. The Los Angeles Rams hammered the Arizona Cardinals 34-11, and they immediately showed that it wasn’t too much of a disadvantage for a team to have one less day of rest. The Rams went on to win Super Bowl LVI, so the Monday night game in the Wild Card Round is here to stay too.

The Green Bay Packers have been to the playoffs more often than any other team in NFL history. Green Bay has been to the postseason 35 times, and the Packers have won the division with 13 wins for three straight seasons. That’s impressive considering there was a 25-year stretch from 1968 to 1992 where the Packers only made the playoffs twice.

Although the Dallas Cowboys haven’t won a Super Bowl since the mid-1990s, they have been to the playoffs 34 times in their history. They finished .500 or better in 21 straight seasons under Tom Landry, making the postseason 18 times with the legendary head coach at the helm.

For nearly the first four decades of their existence, the Pittsburgh Steelers were a perennial cellar dweller in the NFL. They made the playoffs just one time from 1933 to 1971, but they have been a constant contender over the last five decades. Pittsburgh has 33 all-time playoff appearances, as the franchise has had just three coaches since 1969.

The other three franchises with 30 or more playoff appearances are the New York Giants, Los Angeles Rams, and Minnesota Vikings. As with Green Bay, Dallas, and Pittsburgh, the Giants and Rams have multiple Super Bowl titles to their credit, but the Vikings haven’t been so fortunate. They have been to the Super Bowl four times, but they came up short on four occasions.

There are currently three teams with less than 10 trips to the postseason in their history. The Carolina Panthers, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Houston Texans are all relatively new teams, so it’s not a shock to see them at the bottom of the list. However, it would surprise some to see the Arizona Cardinals near the bottom with 12 postseason berths since this is the oldest franchise in the NFL.

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