The Chiefs and 49ers are set to play in the 2024 Super Bowl, and here are five early predictions.

The Chiefs and 49ers are set to play in the 2024 Super Bowl, and here are five early predictions.

Both the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers have agreed to play in Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas.

The game is set. The 49ers, who were the top seed in the NFC, beat the Packers of Green Bay and the Detroit Lions to get back to the Super Bowl.

The Chiefs’ offensive problems during the regular season seem to be over. They even beat the Buffalo Bills or the No. 1 seeded Baltimore Ravens on the road in the playoffs, even though they were underdogs.

The last time these two teams played was in Super Bowl LIV, four years ago. Patrick Mahomes beat Jimmy Garoppolo to win his first Super Bowl.

These days, Brock Purdy is quarterbacking for the 49ers. He was once known as “Mr. Irrelevant,” and he will be the quarterback who was picked 48th overall in a draft.

Oddsmakers never really doubted Kansas City, despite how bad their offense was during the regular season. Andy Reid as well as Patrick Mahomes have been together for a long time.

After beating the Chargers 13–12 in Week 18, their best Super Bowl odds were 9/1. After beating the Eagles in Super Bowl LVII, the Chiefs were the early favorite and stayed that way until Week 1.

The 49ers became the only favorite in Week 4 or have stayed there ever since. Now Kyle Shanahan has a chance to get back at the Chiefs for beating his team in the Super Bowl four years ago.

Even though it seems such as the NFL playoffs only started, the San Francisco 49ers will play the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl 58.

There are two weeks till the big match, but we’re not going to wait to look at the Super Bowl’s odds. We looked at the Super Bowl odds and gave you a sneak peek at our first Super Bowl picks below.

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At first glance, the Super Bowl odds make it clear that it will be one of the hardest games to call, with odds that are very close to a pick ’em.

We’re going to bet on the over/under within the Super Bowl beginning odds since the game really could go either way.

It’s even harder to guess how the 49ers and Chiefs will play because both of their rivals in the Championship Round appeared to have beaten themselves.

We think this rematch for Super Bowl 54 will be a close game with a similar script as the NFC Championship Game.

That means the Chiefs start strong and control the opening half, while the San Francisco 49ers make changes at halftime and control the remainder of the half.

Our Super Bowl picks are based on games with a lot of points. As was already said, this will be a rematch of the Super Bowl from a few years ago, which had a total of 51 points. Then, these two teams played each other again last season, and it went for 67 points.

That was the third straight high-scoring game between these two top teams; the one before Super Bowl 54 had 65 points overall.

Their defense may have been strong during the season, but now that it’s the playoffs, it’s been shown.

We saw the 49ers get slammed for 24 points just in the first half last Sunday. That’s not likely to happen again, which is good for the KC defense.

The Chiefs only let the Baltimore Ravens score 10 points in the AFC Championship Game, however, that game had a lot of costly mistakes, including two turnovers in the end zone that cost a lot of points.

There are now only two teams left in the running for the 2024 Lombardi Trophy. The Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers both won on Sunday and will now play in Super Bowl LVIII, which will be held in Las Vegas on February 11.

The conference victories are over, with Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs easily beating Lamar Jackson and the No. 1 seeded Ravens and the 49ers coming back from 17 points down to beat the underdog Detroit Lions.

Now is the time to look ahead to Super Bowl Sunday, which will be a rematch of the first game of the 2023 season.