- Teams wearing white have won 36 of 56 Super Bowls.
- 9 of the last 11 Super Bowls were won by white jerseys.
- The Philadelphia Eagles odds are -125 to win the Super Bowl.
PHOENIX – Betting trends play a major role in deciding who to bet on in the Super Bowl and in Super Bowl 57, the Philadelphia Eagles might’ve made the decision easier by choosing their midnight green jerseys.
In the history of the 56 Super Bowls, 36 of the winners came away wearing their white jerseys. Although Super Bowl betting sites have the Eagles favored to win, it presents an opportunity to get in on the Kansas City Chiefs at longer odds to follow the trend.
Philadelphia Eagles Vs. Kansas City Chiefs
- Moneyline: Eagles (-125) vs. Chiefs (+105)
- Spread: Eagles -1.5
- Total: 50.5
In recent years though, that Super Bowl trend has gotten even hotter with nine of the last 11 Super Bowls. Of the two teams that won the Super Bowl without wearing a white jersey, the Philadelphia Eagles were one of them.
At Super Bowl 52 in 2018, the Eagles defeated the New England Patriots 41-33 while wearing the same midnight green jersey’s that they’ll be wearing at Super Bowl 57.
For what it’s worth, the Kansas City Chiefs are the second team that won without a white jersey in 2020 at Super Bowl 54 when they beat the San Francisco 49ers.
Super Bowl White Jersey ATS, Total Trends
Looking back to the 11-game hot streak of the white jerseys, the winning team wearing white has killed it against the spread as well going 8-1 in that span. Also in those 11 games, the point total has seen a fairly even split at a 6-5 record with the over.
Of the 9 white jersey winners since 2012 as well, five of them went into the game as the straight-up underdog before coming out on top leaning this trend in the direction of the Chiefs even more.
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