The National Football League Final Four is set. The last franchises standing are represented by three of the four favorites from the conference divisional rounds this past weekend. NFL Super Bowl 52 MVP Award Odds (Jan 15).
The 2017 regular season’s first game saw the New England Patriots lose at home by 15 points. The Patriots defense gave up 42 points and 537 yards to Alex Smith and the Kansas City Chiefs. The future Hall of Fame quarterback Tom Brady did not throw a touchdown pass and was sacked three times.
Following the NFL Network‘s Thursday night opener New England was 13-2 in their final fifteen games. In addition the Patriots have the home-field advantage throughout meaning that the AFC Championship between New England and Jacksonville will take place at Gillette Stadium this Sunday.
Tom Brady and his mates are not only the favorites to win Super Bowl 52 heading into Championship Sunday the Pats quarterback is the chalk to win the SB52 MVP award.
Brady’s big game experience easily trumps the rest of the Sunday’s starting signal-callers. Case Keenum, Nick Foles and Blake Bortles lead the other three participants. Looking back at the preseason prognostications for the “most likely” to find themselves in the January Final Four few expected that Keenum, Foles and Bortles would be competing with Brady.
AFC Championship: No. 3 Jacksonville Jaguars at No. 1 New England Patriots
Date and Time: Sunday, January 21st at 3:05 p.m. ET
Venue: Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts
NFC Championship: No. 2 Minnesota Vikings at No. 1 Philadelphia Eagles
Date and Time: Sunday, January 21st at 6:40 p.m. ET
Venue: Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia
The Patriots’ Brady (7-to-5) and tight end Rob Gronkowski (14-to-2) are the top two favorites to win the Super Bowl 52 MVP trophy. A complete list of players and their odds are provided by William Hill of the U.S.
NFL Super Bowl 52 MVP Award Odds (Jan 15)
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