Super Bowl LVII: Betting Fast Facts
Super Bowl LVII – Just the facts:
Philadelphia Eagles (16-3) vs. Kansas City Chiefs (16-3)
— The Eagles won 8 of their last 10 games SU.
— The Eagles won their two playoff games by scores of 38-7 and 31-7 for a combined 69-14.
— The Eagles are 7-1 SU away from home this season.
— The Eagles are 3-2 ATS vs. AFC teams this season; they had been 6-11 in previous 17 matchups.
— The UNDER is 5-1 in the last six Eagles' games.
— Last 12 games, the Eagles converted 72 of 153 3rd down plays (47.1 percent – anything above 40 percent is considered successful).
— In the last nine games, the Eagles' opponents converted just 42-128 (32.8 percent) on 3rd down.
— The Eagles' gave up 32-40-20 points in its three losses this season.
— Eagles' coach Siranni is 25-12 overall in his NFL career, and 2-1 in playoff games.
— The Eagles are 1-2 in Super Bowls; their only win was five years ago.
— Eagles' QB Jalen Hurts is 25-11 SU as NFL starter, and 2-1 in playoff games.
— The Eagles beat Arizona 20-17 in this same stadium in Week 5.
— The Chiefs won 14 of their last 16 games (but were only 7-9 ATS).
— The Chiefs had been favored in its last 15 playoff games, until now.
— The Chiefs were held UNDER their team scoring total in 9 of the last 12 games.
— The Chiefs are 0-1 ATS as an underdog thus year (they lost 24-20 to the Bills).
— Last two games, the Chiefs converted 23-55 third down plays (41.8 percent).
— Last five games, opponents converted 30-79 on third down (37.8 percent).
— The Chiefs started season with a 44-21 win in this same stadium (Week 1).
— Chiefs' QB Patrick Mahomes is 10-3 SU in playoff games.
— The Chiefs are in the Super Bowl game for third time in five years.
— The last three years, the Chiefs are 9-2 SU in playoff games.
— Chiefs' coach Andy Reid is 21-16 SU overall in playoff games, including 11-7 with the Chiefs.
— Andy Reid is 3-0 SU against his old team, the Eagles.
— The last five times the two #1-seeds played in the Super Bowl, the underdog went 4-1 SU.
— The underdog is 7-4 ATS in the last 11 Super Bowls.
— The AFC has won 5 of last 8 Super Bowls SU.