Is it more likely that the Philadelphia Eagles or the Kansas City Chiefs will take home the Lombardi Trophy?

Is it more likely that the Philadelphia Eagles or the Kansas City Chiefs will take home the Lombardi Trophy?

Is it more likely that the Philadelphia Eagles or the Kansas City Chiefs will take home the Lombardi Trophy? How likely is it that Andy Reid, Patrick Mahomes, and the Kansas City Chiefs will win the Super Bowl again? Can Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts win a championship with them and give the team its second championship in franchise history? Who will stand out this Sunday at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, the largest platform in the game?

A prediction from Jeffri Chadiha: Eagles 24, Chiefs 21

The Philadelphia Eagles have a mobile quarterback, a versatile offense, and a pressure-inducing defense that only needs four rushers, all of which pose concerns for the Kansas City Chiefs. It all comes down to the battle in the trenches, where the Eagles have a clear advantage.

Read more: The Eagles Could Tie the A’s with Just One More Championship.

In Super Bowl LVII, Jalen Hurts was named the game’s Most Valuable Player.

It is safe to assume that Travis Kelce, the All-Pro tight end for the Chiefs, will be covered and contained by Eagles cornerback James Bradberry.

Eagles win by three points (Reuter: 31-24)

The strong Eagles’ offensive and defensive pressure makes it difficult for Patrick Mahomes to overcome injuries to himself, his receivers, and the Chiefs’ secondary.

Jalen Hurts, Super Bowl XLVII Most Valuable Player

Jalen Hurts and Miles Sanders will run for more than 150 yards and three touchdowns between them, with Hurts scoring the game-winning touchdown on the ground late in the fourth quarter.

In the words of Marc Ross, the Eagles will beat the Chiefs by a score of 30-21.

That’s because, for the better part of this season, Philadelphia has been the best team in the league in terms of skill, balance, and coaching. However, the Philadelphia Eagles’ fierce pass rush, much like the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV, will harass No. 15 all night and wipe out any advantage Patrick Mahomes could have over Jalen Hurts.

Jalen Hurts, Super Bowl XLVII Most Valuable Player

As Mahomes isn’t 100 percent, the Eagles will set a Super Bowl record for sacks and win the game (seven).

In the words of Gennaro Filice: Eagles 27, Chiefs 24

The Chiefs may have the top three players in the league (Patrick Mahomes, Chris Jones, and Travis Kelce), but the Eagles have the best team.

A.J. Brown was named Super Bowl LVII’s Most Valuable Player.

I will go out on a limb and say that C.J. Gardner-Johnson will make a play that will decide the game and that the image of his victory celebration will be unforgettable. The spotlight of the Super Bowl was made for Ceedy Duce.

Rankings by Adam: Eagles 31, Chiefs 23

The Eagles have been the league’s best team for the better part of this NFL season. What they’ve started, they will complete.

Jalen Hurts, Super Bowl XLVII Most Valuable Player

I’m going out on a limb here and predicting that the game’s first touchdown will be scored on defense.

Bobby Kownack predicts: Eagles 28, Chiefs 21

Although Patrick Mahomes may work miracles, the Eagles have a better roster and a healthier group of skilled players heading into Super Bowl LVII.

Jalen Hurts, Super Bowl XLVII Most Valuable Player

Jason Kelce, center for the Eagles, will wear a Mummers costume to his postgame news conference, as he did for the first of two rushing touchdowns by quarterback Jalen Hurts, who benefited from the blocking he provided.

NFL expert Lance Zierlein predicts: Eagles 27, Chiefs 24

It’s essential to beat Kansas City, and Philadelphia’s offensive and defensive prowess will go a long way toward achieving that goal. Haason Reddick will throw off the Chiefs’ protection methods, and the Eagles’ rushing offense will threaten K.C.’s defense from the inside and on the flanks, making for a tense, close game.

Jalen Hurts, Super Bowl XLVII Most Valuable Player

I’m going on a limb and saying that in the final 30 seconds of the game, the Eagles will score the winning touchdown after a nearly nine-minute drive.

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