Philadelphia (8-1 SU, 5-2-2 ATS, 5-4 O/U) beat Dallas 28-23 at home on November 5. It was the Eagles’ third consecutive victory since their 20-14 loss to the Jets.
Kansas City (7-2 SU, 6-3 ATS, 2-7 O/U) beat Miami 21-14 on November 5 in the NFL Frankfurt Games. It was a significant bounce-back win on the heels of an unexpected 24-9 loss to Denver.
The Chiefs are 2.5-point spread favorites and the game total is 45 points.
The last time these teams played, Kansas City scored 17 fourth-quarter points to beat Philadelphia and secure Super Bowl LVII.
Philly: TE Dallas Goedert (arm) and LB Nakobe Dean (foot) are out. TE Grant Calcaterra (concussion), RB Boston Scott (personal), DB Bradley Roby (shoulder), and C Cam Jurgens (foot) are questionable. S Justin Evans (knee) is probable.
KC:RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire (illness) and WR Richie James (knee) are questionable.
QB Jalen Hurts leads the Philly offense with 2,347 passing yards with a 68.9 completion percentage.
He has 23 total touchdowns and eight interceptions this season.
Hurts’ top receiving targets are A.J. Brown (67 receptions for 1,005 yards and six TDs) and DeVonta Smith (42 receptions for 533 yards and four TDs).
The Eagles’ ground game is paced by D’Andre Swift (135 carries for 614 yards and three TDs) and Hurts (88 carries for 316 yards and seven TDs).
Philadelphia averages 28.0 points (3rd) and 376.8 total yards (5th), including 247.1 passing yards (10th) and 129.7 rushing yards (8th). It converts 50.0 percent of its third-down attempts (1st) and finds the end zone on 55.5 percent of its red zone trips (12th).
The Eagles surrender 21.7 points (17th) and 323.3 total yards (14th) per game, including 257.0 passing yards (28th) and 66.3 rushing yards (1st).
They have 30 sacks and four interceptions this season.
Philadelphia’s opponents convert 42.6 percent of their third downs (25th) and score touchdowns on 64.2 percent of their trips to the red zone (26th).
Kansas City bounced back against Miami in its last game, winning despite being held scoreless in the second half.
The Dolphins outgained the Chiefs 292-267 but they too struggled to put points on the board, going scoreless in the first, second, and fourth quarters.
Will KC’s offense get back on track against Philly?
QB Patrick Mahomes leads Kansas City’s offense with 2,442 passing yards and a 68.6 completion percentage.
He has 17 touchdowns and eight interceptions this season.
Mahomes’ top receiving targets are Travis Kelce (57 receptions for 597 yards and four TDs) and Rashee Rice (41 receptions for 378 yards and four TDs).
The Chiefs’ ground game is paced by Isiah Pacheco (124 carries for 525 yards and three TDs).