The NFL’s Week 11 brings us one of the most exciting games, the Super Bowl rematch between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs. And more than the Kelce brother’s matchup where Eagles’ Center Jason Kelce finally has a win over the Chief’s tight end Travis, there were a lot of plays worth taking note of. This is especially true for those into sports betting.
For a while, up to halftime, many thought it would just be a repeat win for the Chiefs. But if you are a bookie using a PPH Sportsbook software, then you will have seen that a lot of bettors wanted the Eagles to get their revenge from last season’s super Bowl.
The first half went to the Chiefs, but the Eagles were able to catch up, and prevent Patrick Mahomes from scoring enough to win. Thanks to Jalen Hurts, who recovered after quite a slow start to push in the fourth quarter. This gave the Eagles the chance to catch up and eventually walk away with a 21-17 win over the Chiefs.
Super Bowl Rematch Favors the Eagles
Technically, it was just a regular-season game, and the outcome would not result in the Chiefs giving their rings to the Eagles. But if you look at your sportsbook’s activity, you will see how popular this game was simply because of the matchup. Your bookie pay per head software helps you manage activity for high profile games like this, so make sure you are using one for the rest of the season.
This game gives the Eagles, who are now 9-1, the title of being the first team to win at least 9 of their first 10 games in straight seasons since the Colts back in 2005. It was a close call though, because with less than two minutes left in the game, the Chiefs could have caught up. But they were able to stop the Chiefs on the fourth down to win the game. The Chiefs have been struggling with their offence this season-something the Eagles were able to take advantage of.