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Super Bowl predictions: Experts pick Chiefs-Eagles score, MVP

The season finale has arrived. The Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles will face off this Sunday at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, for Super Bowl LVII. Patrick Mahomes and Jalen Hurts face off in a much-anticipated battle of quarterbacks. Will Eagles receiver A.J. Brown catch the game-winning touchdown, or will Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce dominate the fourth quarter? Can Haason Reddick pressure Mahomes, who is recovering from a high ankle sprain? And who will win MVP?

More than 70 experts so far have weighed in on the winner of Chiefs-Eagles, the final score of the match and who will earn the MVP award. We’ll add more predictions leading up to the game.

Of 71 experts who weighed in, the Eagles were favored by 45 of them (63.4%), while the Chiefs claimed 26 votes (36.6%).

The most common predicted final scores were 27-24 and 31-24, each picked by seven of our experts. The lowest combined total was 38 (24-14). The highest combined score was 72 (38-34). The largest margin of victory predicted was 13 points (34-21). And 62 of the experts stated this game will be decided by a touchdown or less.

Caesars Sportsbook currently favors Philadelphia by 1.5 points. Forty-one of the 71 experts have Philadelphia covering that spread, while 27 say Kansas City will cover. The over/under is 51 points at Caesars Sportsbook. Forty-four of the experts in this pool have the game going over that total, while 17 like the under.

Jalen Hurts was the most common pick to earn Super Bowl MVP. Thirty-three of the 71 experts who weighed in on MVP picked Hurts, 46.4% of the vote. Six of the past 10 Super Bowl MVPs have been quarterbacks.

Patrick Mahomes was the next-most-common pick with 20 votes (28.1%). Haason Reddick was picked eight times (11.3%) and Travis Kelce got six votes (8.3%). Eagles receiver A.J. Brown and running back Miles Sanders also earned two votes (2.8%) each.

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