The Super Bowl will be a bit earlier in 2023We've finally made it to Super Bowl Sunday, as the 57th edition of thebig game kicks off in a few more hours. The NFC champion PhiladelphiaEagles and AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs will meet in Super BowlLVII and it will take place on Feb. 12 -- the second Sunday of the month.The game will be played at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona(the stadium will host its third Super Bowl and first since 2015). SuperBowl LVI will be broadcast on Fox at 6:30 p.m.This will be the first Super Bowl location which the league did not use abidding process to host the game. The NFL unilaterally chooses a singlehosting site for each game, which the city selected submits a proposal tohost the game which is voted upon at the league meetings.How to watch Super Bowl LVIIDate: Sunday, Feb. 12, 2023 | Time: 6:30 p.m. ETLocation: State Farm Stadium (Glendale, Arizona)TV: Fox | Stream: fuboTV (try for free)Follow: CBS Sports AppHere are the dates for future Super Bowl gamesSuper Bowl LVII: February 12, 2023 -- State Farm Stadium (Glendale,Arizona)Super Bowl LVIII: February 11, 2024 -- Allegiant Stadium (Paradise,Nevada)Super Bowl LVIX: February 9, 2025 -- Caesars Superdome (NewOrleans, Louisiana)Super Bowl expert predictions: Odds, spread, total, player props, TVchannel, streaming for Eagles vs. ChiefsCBSSports.com and SportsLine make best bets and player props forSuper Bowl LVIIIt's here. Tonight, a Super Bowl champion will be determined, as theKansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles battle for glory. It's PatrickMahomes vs. Jalen Hurts. Will this be the high-scoring affair everyone isexpecting, or will the game script shock all of us? Could Philly coast tovictory, or will gamblers end up kicking themselves for not taking KansasCity as underdogs?If you're looking for some advice on what picks to make, what bets toplace and how you could potentially make money, you're in luck. In thispiece, we will examine the different betting angles for this matchup. Wewill provide picks from both CBS Sports and SportsLine experts on thisSuper Bowl showdown, as well as a few player props and game propsthat we view as enticing. Additionally, if you want to check out 57 bets toconsider for Super Bowl 57, click here.All NFL odds are via Caesars Sportsbook.How to watchDate: Sunday, Feb. 12 | Time: 6:30 p.m. ETLocation: State Farm Stadium -- Glendale, ArizonaTV: Fox | Stream: fuboTV (try for free)Odds: Eagles -1.5, O/U 51Chiefs vs. Eagles picks against the spread"The Chiefs are going to score points. That means the Eagles will haveto get their share of big plays as well. I think they do, mostly coming onthe deep passing game."Look for Chiefs defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo to attack Hurts,who has struggled some when blitzed. Spagnuolo is known for hisblitzing style, so it makes sense to do so here. The only problem is it canlead to big plays for Hurts running it and for the big chunk plays downthe field to Eagles receivers DeVonta Smith and A.J. Brown."Both offenses will have success. That will make this a fun Super Bowl.But, in the end, new school will beat old school. Give me the bestquarterback in the league on the biggest stage. Mahomes will close outthe season with the award trifecta: League MVP, Super Bowl MVP andanother ring to add to his first one."The Chiefs dynasty will be in full force come late Sunday evening."-- CBS Sports Senior NFL Writer Pete Prisco likes the Chiefs to pull offthe upset over the high-flying Eagles. To read his full explanation, clickhere.Before you lock in your Chiefs vs. Eagles picks, you need to see whichside R.J. White is on. White, a Fantasy and gambling editor for CBSSports, consistently crushes against-the-spread picks and went445-378-24 on his ATS picks from 2017-21, which returned $2,542 to$100 players. He's also an incredible 103-74-6 on his last 183against-the-spread and total NFL picks, returning $2,070 for $100bettors.We can tell you he's leaning Under the total, but to check out his officialagainst the spread pick, head on over to SportsLine."This isn't as simple as comparing lineups on paper. It never is. And forthat reason, it's hard to pick against the all-world contingent of Reid,Mahomes and Kelce, which sure seems like the contemporary edition ofthe once-supreme Patriots trio of Bill Belichick, Tom Brady and RobGronkowski. When push comes to shove, they often find a way. Thiswriter fully expects Mahomes, in particular, to give Gannon's Eagles "D"more trouble than it's gotten in weeks -- maybe all year -- withslice-and-dice, dink-and-dunk action that prioritizes motion, screens andred-zone trickery."The X factor, however, comes in the trenches. Both teams possess ProBowl-caliber fronts. And both have premium pressure artists -- ChrisJones in Kansas City, and Haason Reddick in Philly. The Eagles justhappen to have a deeper rotation. After absorbing 11 QB hits betweenhis first two playoff games this year, Mahomes could be in for a slightlymore frantic day here, and in that case, Philly feels a bit better suited tocapitalize on a forced downfield shot, boasting handsy and opportunisticstarters at corner and safety. Couple that with the Eagles' moreconsistent ground game, plus Sirianni's aggression compared to Reid'spenchant for occasional clock-management miscues, and we'll give theBirds the slightest of early nods."-- CBS Sports' Cody Benjamin likes the Birds to hoist the Lombardi onSunday night. To read his breakdown of the Big Game, click here."Jalen Hurts could prove to be a nightmare for Kansas City as thequarterback's skill set matches up well against this defense. As we'vepointed out throughout the postseason, Hurts has enjoyed particularsuccess on deep balls, owning an NFL-best 123.4 on throws 25 yards ormore down the field. The Chiefs allow the fourth-highest passer rating onthose types of throws this season. Meanwhile, Philadelphia does runmost of its offense in the shotgun. The club's 89% shotgun rate was thesecond highest in the league this year, and while playing againstshotgun the Chiefs rank 29th in the league giving up a 94.4 passerrating. Even if they can bottle up Hurts through the air, he can be just aslethal with his legs, especially against a K.C. defense that has given upthe third-most rushing yards to quarterbacks this season."Defensively, the Eagles will, of course, have the tall task of trying toneutralize Patrick Mahomes, but this unit, led by defensive coordinatorJonathan Gannon, has the talent to be up for the challenge. Philly hasallowed the fewest passing yards per game and lowest passer rating thisseason and can apply tremendous pressure on the quarterback. Thispostseason, the Eagles' defense is applying pressure 54% of the timeand currently has 78 sacks on the year, which is the third-most all time.The Eagles' lone weakness may be their run defense, but that has alsoseen a bit of an uptick these playoffs. Knowing what the Eagles do best,it feels like they can exploit a couple of weaknesses that K.C. has,especially if Mahomes is playing at less than 100% due to that ankleinjury that still looked to bother him in the AFC Championship. He alsomay have limited options in the passing game with a number of Chiefsreceivers banged up."There's also a bit of history of Philadelphia's side. There have only beenseven Super Bowls with a line of 2.5 or less. The favorites in thosegames have gone 6-1 SU and ATS.""The biggest matchup in this game is going to be Patrick Mahomesagainst the Eagles pass-rush. Through 19 games, the Eagles havetotaled 78 sacks on the season, which is the third-most in NFL historybehind only the 1984 Bears (82 sacks) and the 1985 Bears (80 sacks).The Eagles had four players this year who all recorded at least 10 sacks-- Haason Reddick, Javon Hargrave, Brandon Graham and Josh Sweat-- and if those guys spend four quarters beating up on Mahomes and hisgimpy ankle, then this is going to turn into an Eagles blowout."The best-case scenario for the Eagles would be for this game to turninto Super Bowl LV. If you don't remember that game, that's the onewhere Mahomes tried to play through an injured toe, only to getdestroyed by a Buccaneers defense that sacked him three times in a31-9 Tampa Bay win. If Mahomes aggravates his ankle injury on Sunday,I won't be surprised if the Chiefs are once again on the losing end of aSuper Bowl blowout."On the other hand, if Mahomes can get the Chiefs offense going, thenyou have to like the Chiefs' chances. For Kansas City, the magic numbermight just be 310: If the Chiefs can get to just 310 yards on the Eagles'defense, that means they'll have been moving the ball. The Eagles onlyallowed 310 yards of offense or more in seven games this year and theywent 4-3 in those games. On the other hand, they went 12-0 whensurrendering less than 310 yards."The Eagles defense has been great, but it hasn't faced anyone this yearwho's anywhere near the caliber of Mahomes, which might be onereason why Brandon Aiyuk is so sure the Chiefs are going to win. The49ers receiver is absolutely convinced that the Chiefs are going to"expose" Philadelphia's defense."They talk about [Philadelphia] being a good defense, I'm not too sure,"Aiyuk said on Feb. 4. "I think the pass game, this Kansas City passgame, will expose what we thought we were going to be able to exposebefore some unfortunate circumstances happened.""Does that sound like someone who's bitter about losing to the Eagles?Yes."Can I trust his opinion? I'm still not sure."Trying to pick the winner in this game is like trying to pick between leftTwix and right Twix. These teams are so evenly matched that I'm almostinclined to pick a tie, but I'm not going to do that, because then I'd be thelaughingstock of the internet and we all know how much I hate being thelaughingstock of the internet."The early version of the NFL script says that the Eagles are going towin 37-34..."... However, as everyone knows, the NFL never sticks with the earlyversion of the script. Nope, they do a total rewrite five days before thegame and I think Chiefs fans are going to like the new script."