NFL Super Bowl 57: Which Team Will Win the Super Bowl? AFC or NFC?

NFL Super Bowl 57: Which Team Will Win the Super Bowl? AFC or NFC?

One of the best ways to figure out a Super Bowl bet is to think about conference. Which team the NFC winner or the AFC winner, played in the better conference? Which team is more battle tested and what do Super Bowl trends based on conference imply about this game. Check out three reasons why AFC winner Kansas City takes home the Lombardi Trophy, and three reasons why the NFC winning Eagles get the hardware. Then check out Super Bowl conference trends as well as a Super Bowl odds money line pick.

Super Bowl 57: Philadelphia Eagles vs. Kansas City Chiefs

When: Sunday, Feb. 12
Where: State Farm Stadium, Glendale, AZ
Time: 3:30 PM ET

TV / Streaming: FOX
Money Line Odds: Kansas City +103 / Philadelphia -125


Three reasons to bet on AFC Kanas City to win Super Bowl 57

1. Patrick Mahomes plays for the Chiefs
On Thursday night, Mahomes won the NFL MVP. It was Mahomes’ second MVP award of his career.
Magic Mahomes will be searching for a second Super Bowl ring on Sunday. Also, he’s one-hundred percent healthy and save for Mecole Hardman, Patrick’s receiving targets are ready to roll.

2. Andy Reid has had two weeks to put together a game plan
Andy Reid is one of the sports greatest game planers. Reid had a full two weeks to break down the Eagles’ defense.
Andy also knows the Eagles allow 121.6 rushing yards per game. So we should expect Reid to have a plan to take advantage of Philly’s biggest defensive flaw.

3. Travis Kelce can’t be covered
The Eagles are going to have to use more than one defensive back to cover Kelce. Travis will bully a single defensive back while a linebacker won’t be fast enough to contain Kelce, which means the field will be open for Juju Smith-Schuster and Marques Valdez-Scantling.


Kansas City Chiefs Last 5 Games

  • W – 23-20 vs. Cincinnati
  • W – 27-20 vs. Jacksonville
  • W – 31-13 at Las Vegas
  • W – 27-24 vs. Denver
  • W – 24-10 vs. Seattle

Three reasons o bet on NFC Philadelphia to win Super Bowl 57

1.The Eagles’ offensive line is healthy
Two of Philadelphia’s three Pro Bowl offensive linemen showed up on Friday’s injury report. Guard Landon Dickerson and right tackle Lance Johnson list as questionable.
Both will go in this game. Also, both figure to upgrade to probable on Saturday or early Sunday, which means the Eagles’ O-line, the best in the NFL, is healthy.

2.Jalen Hurts’ shoulder is close to one-hundred percent
Hurts’ played, uh, hurt in both of the Eagles’ playoff victories. Heading into Sunday, Jalen’s shoulder is either one-hundred percent or over 90 percent. Either way, Jalen should be more effective throwing and rushing the football.

3.Philly was the best team during the regular season
Philadelphia was the best team during the regular season. The Eagles lost three games this season. Two of the losses came against Dallas and New Orleans when Jalen was on the bench due to the shoulder injury. So we shouldn’t emphasize those two losses.


Philadelphia Eagles Last 5 Games

  • W – 31-7 vs. San Francisco
  • W – 38-7 vs. NYG
  • W – 22-16 vs. NYG
  • L – 10-20 vs. New Orleans
  • L – 34-40 at Dallas

AFC vs. NFC Super Bowl Trends

  • 2022 Rams 23 – Bengals 20 – NFC
  • 2021 Buccaneers 31 – Chiefs 9 – NFC
  • 2020 Chiefs 31 – 49ers 20 – AFC
  • 2019 Patriots 13 – Rams 3 – AFC
  • 2018 Eagles 41 – Patriots 33 – NFC
  • 2017 Patriots 34 – Falcons 28 – AFC
  • 2016 Broncos 24 – Panthers 10 – AFC
  • 2015 Patriots 28 – Seahawks 24 – AFC
  • 2014 Seahawks 43 – Broncos 8 – NFC
  • 2013 Ravens 34 – 49ers 31 – AFC

Final AFC or NFC Team to Win the Super Bowl Betting Analysis

Yes, Lane Johnson and Landon Dickerson will play on Sunday. But the fact they showed up on Friday’s injury report is concerning.Dickerson and Johnson are two key parts of the Eagles’ offensive line. If either or both struggle, be sure that Chiefs’ defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo will take advantage.

Not only that, but Andy Reid will have the perfect strategy to keep the ball out of Jalen Hurts’ hands. Reid will use Isaiah Pacheco and Jerrick McKinnon to control the clock. The AFC wins Super Bowl 57.

Will the AFC or NFC Win the Super Bowl: AFC Kansas City Chiefs +103


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