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Super Bowl 57 Eagles vs. Chiefs Kickoff Time and TV Channel

12 February 2023, Sunday
The Chiefs and the Eagles have both been models of consistency in the NFL this season, therefore earning the top seeds in their respective conferences. Both teams have impressed with their 14-3 records this season and have won two postseason games to qualify for the upcoming Super Bowl. NFL fans are now eagerly awaiting what promises to be an exciting showdown between these two teams as they battle to decide the 2023 champion.

The Eagles emerged victorious with the coveted George Halas Trophy after handily defeating both the Giants and 49ers. With Jalen Hurts under center, Philadelphia's record stands at an impressive 16-1. Many consider this Eagles roster to be among the most complete in the NFL.

On the other side of the field, the Chiefs boast the best signal-caller in the league, Patrick Mahomes. The reigning MVP is looking to add a second Super Bowl title to his list of accomplishments. Behind the leadership of head coach Andy Reid, the Chiefs may have some holes on defense, yet their offense has the potential to match the Eagles blow-for-blow.

Super Bowl 57 is set for a 6:30 p.m. ET (3:30 p.m. PT) kickoff on Feb. 12 of 2023. This marks the second-most recent date for the Super Bowl as a result of the NFL's 17-game schedule, trailing only the 2022 edition that was held one day later on Feb. 13.

As for media coverage of the big game, Fox's coverage will begin at 1 p.m. ET (10 a.m. PT). Both NFL Network and will also have pregame and postgame coverage of the event.

Fox will once again host the 2023 Super Bowl, marking their tenth time covering the NFL's signature event. This will mark the first Super Bowl broadcast for the network to not feature Joe Buck and Troy Aikman on the call since Pat Summerall and John Madden called the 2002 Super Bowl, which was when Tom Brady won his first Super Bowl championship with the Patriots.

Fox's new top broadcast team of Kevin Burkhardt on play-by-play and Greg Olsen as the analyst will be calling the Super Bowl this year. The duo has been gaining positive recognition from viewers throughout the playoffs and is ready to take the helm of the biggest game of the year.

Erin Andrews and Tom Rinaldi will be roaming the sidelines, providing essential updates during the game. On top of that, Mike Pereira will be in the broadcast booth for his fifth appearance in that spot for the Super Bowl, the most among officiating analysts.

Curt Menefee is set to host the pregame, halftime, and postgame coverage for Fox's broadcast of the upcoming Super Bowl. Joining Menefee on the show will be a variety of personalities including Howie Long, Michael Strahan, Terry Bradshaw, Jimmy Johnson, and Rob Gronkowski. When the game is concluded, Bradshaw will be the one to present the Lombardi Trophy to the victors.

For viewers in Canada, CTV and TSN will be carrying the Super Bowl on cable.

Viewers can take advantage of several streaming options for Super Bowl 57, both with and without a cable subscription. The NFL app and Fox Sports app are two of the most popular, and both offer the game for free with a valid cable account. For those without cable, streaming services like fuboTV, NFL+, Sling, Hulu+, YouTube TV and DirecTV Stream can provide access to the Super Bowl. Additionally, Canadian viewers can tune into the game live with DAZN.

The Super Bowl matchup between the Chiefs and Eagles opened with Kansas City being a 1.5-point favorite at BetMGM, but the spread has changed to Philadelphia being the favorite. The Eagles are now listed at 1.5-point favorites, after the spread went as high as Philadelphia -2.

The Eagles are likely favored due to their talented roster and stellar pass rush. The matchup looks good for Philadelphia's offense, and Jalen Hurts should be able to move the ball with ease. Whether it's through deep passes to DeVonta Smith and A.J. Brown or utilizing Miles Sanders on the ground, the Eagles should have a chance to put up points.

Patrick Mahomes and Andy Reid are great assets to the Kansas City Chiefs, and the former should be further healed after two extra weeks recovering from the high-ankle sprain he suffered against the Jaguars. This is likely the reason for the low spread for the upcoming game, as the Chiefs should make it an even match-up. 

For more insight into the game, check out Sporting News' staff predictions, as well as why SN's Vinnie Iyer believes the Eagles will come out on top.
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