Super Bowl Predictions & Best Bets 2023

Last Updated: Feb 13, 2023

The NFL Championship is ready to be decided during Super Bowl 57 on Sunday, Feb. 12. The Philadelphia Eagles will play the Kansas City Chiefs at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz.

We surveyed our NFL writers to get their expert picks for Super Bowl winner, Super Bowl final score, and Super Bowl 57 MVP.

Read about our staff’s Super Bowl 57 predictions and best bet picks.

Super Bowl Predictions 2023

Here’s the list of our staff’s Super Bowl 57 predictions:

SB 57 PicksWinnerScoreMVP
Frank AmmiranteEagles27-24Jalen Hurts
John ArliaEagles30-24Jalen Hurts
Anthony CervinoChiefs31-24Patrick Mahomes
Garrett ChorpenningEagles24-20Jalen Hurts
Kevin DavisChiefs28-24Jerick McKinnon
Scott EngelEagles28-24A.J. Brown
Adam KramerEagles27-20Jalen Hurts
Lance PattonChiefs27-21Patrick Mahomes
Pat PickensEagles28-17Haason Reddick
Matt WilliamsEagles30-24Jalen Hurts

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Super Bowl 57 Winner Predictions Tally

  • Eagles picks: 7 (70%)
  • Chiefs picks: 3 (30%)

Super Bowl Implied Score Total Predictions 2023

Out of our 10 score predictions, here’s how things break down for our group’s SB 57 picks:

  • Average Final Score: Eagles 26.3, Chiefs 23.9
  • Average Total Score: 50.2 Points
  • Average Final Score Spread: Eagles -2.4
  • Average Spread for Eagles Win: Eagles -5.9
  • Average Spread for Chiefs Win: Chiefs -5.7

Why The Eagles Will Win Super Bowl 57

🦅 The Eagles have the top rush offense and pass defense in the NFL, per many metrics. Their pass rush features four players with double-digit sacks. The offensive line is considered the best in football. This is the better team from top to bottom, giving them the edge over the Chiefs in Super Bowl LVII. — FRANK AMMIRANTE

🦅 Simply put, the Eagles are the most balanced team in the NFL. It starts in the trenches, where Philly typically dominates on both sides of the ball. An elite o-line paves the way for the league’s best ground game, while a relentless pass rush creates opportunities for two ball-hawking corners. — JOHN ARLIA

This group’s NFL pick of the day is the Eagles moneyline:

🦅 Philadelphia has been about as dominant as possible to this point in the postseason, and I don’t see that changing against the Chiefs. This will easily be their closest victory yet, but a stellar performance from Jalen Hurts will get the job done. — GARRETT CHORPENNING

🦅 Look for a lackluster Super Bowl where Philadelphia uses an effective running attack to control the clock and keep the ball away from Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes. — PAT PICKENS

🦅 The Eagles are simply the more polished, balanced, and healthier team, and they are riding high at just the right time. That will pay off on the brightest stage as Jalen Hurts delivers in a massive way. — ADAM KRAMER

🦅 The top passing offense meets the top passing defense. I always go with the defense in these types of matchups as history has proven the defense will prevail. The way to beat the Kansas City defense is through the air, and that is where A.J. Brown will shine. — SCOTT ENGEL

🦅 The Eagles have been the best team in the NFL all season. They are well-balanced and well-coached. The difference maker, for me, is on the defensive side of the ball, where Philadelphia owns a significant advantage. — MATT WILLIAMS

Why The Chiefs Will Win Super Bowl 57

🏹 Although the Chiefs are perennially one of the best teams in the NFL, I feel like they have been disrespected this season. Many picked teams like the Bills to win the Super Bowl, but they have not gotten close over the years. Meanwhile, the Chiefs are always knocking at the door. The Eagles have had a tremendous run, but when it comes to coaching and the quarterback, the Chiefs have the edge and will emerge on top. — ANTHONY CERVINO

🏹 The Eagles are favored based on Patrick Mahomes’ injury status, but Mahomes should be fine after two weeks of rest. He might be grimacing in pain, but as long as he is standing, he will be in the game. — KEVIN DAVIS

🏹 Kansas City will need to get healthy, but the extra week of rest will go a long way, especially for Patrick Mahomes’ high ankle sprain and Travis Kelce’s back. Andy Reid – who is 27-4 as an NFL coach coming off a bye – also will have an extra week to scheme for a stacked Philadelphia roster. The Eagles cruised to the Super Bowl behind their play in the trenches, but Mahomes’ improvisational skills will negate the league’s best pass rush enough to get the win. — LANCE PATTON

Past Super Bowl Staff Picks

2022: Rams 14, Bengals 8


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