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Eagles-Chiefs To Meet In Super Bowl LVII

Written by Tony Ghaul

The Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs are officially headed to Super Bowl LVII, which kicks off Sunday, Feb. 12 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

The Eagles routed the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship Game, while the Chiefs win a close game over the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC.

This matchup features the first brothers to face other in the Super Bowl with Eagles center Jason Kelce and Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce. It also features, Kansas City Head Coach Andy Reid facing his old team.

This year’s game will feature the youngest combined age between starting QBs in Super History, with the Eagles Jalen Hurts and the Chiefs Patrick Mahomes. Both QBs are dealing with injuries and will benefit from the two-week layoff before the big game.

This will be the first time that both No. 1 seeds reached the Super Bowl since the Eagles won it all in Super Bowl LII against the Patriots.

Shortly after the Chiefs victory, Super Bowl 57 odds were released. Kansas City opened as early one point favorites, according to FanDuel Sportsbook. However, that changed very quickly, as the line swung to Eagles -1.5.

This matchup is the ultimate contrast of styles. The Eagles are a physical, punch you in the mouth, type football team. Meanwhile, the Chiefs prefer to air it out. This should be a great matchup.

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