Super Bowl LVII: Best Bests from the PSN team ahead of Eagles vs Chiefs

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Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts (1) throws a pass as New York Giants linebacker Jihad Ward (55) tries to rush in on him during the first half of an NFL divisional round playoff football game, Saturday, Jan. 21, 2023, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

With the Philadelphia Eagles’ second Super Bowl appearance in five years just hours away, the entire Philly Sports Network family got together and put forth their best bets for tonight’s action.

I won’t bother you with a longwinded nutgraf (that’s what journalists call the second paragraph). Let’s dive in.

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Colin Newby; Eagles Expert- Haason Reddick to win Super Bowl MVP – +3000 odds on DraftKings

Haason Reddick won’t have the best odds to win the MVP of Super Bowl LVII, but he’s among the likeliest players on the Philadelphia side to win it. While Jalen Hurts has the best odds because of the position he plays, a lot of the talk surrounding the Eagles has focused on how complete their roster is against a team relying on a star quarterback.

Whether or not voters acknowledge these factors, narratives entering the game and individual performances leading up to the Super Bowl influence perception and affect MVP voting.

The local kid from Camden, NJ, and Temple University has dominated in two playoff performances, and the ferocious Philadelphia pass rush will have to play a major role if the Eagles can contain Patrick Mahomes and come away with their second Super Bowl in six seasons. Another standout performance from Reddick could earn him the hardware.

Tim Sullivan; The Reverand – CJ Gardner-Johnson to record an interception – +525 on BetRivers

The Eagles’ defense will be putting pressure on Mahomes all game as they feature two defensive lines that could be starting groups on a lot of NFL teams. The linebackers will look to contain Travis Kelce, who may be called to help block more than usual.  This will leave the corners of Slay and Bradberry defending the pass. Gardner-Johnson can float a bit and look to step in front of a Mahomes target for an easy interception.

Matt Watson; Professional Parlayer

Over 50.5 Total Points – -118 on FanDuel

Everyone loves scoring, especially in the big game. Rooting for two of the best offenses in the NFL to put up points is exactly how you want to celebrate Super Bowl Sunday. 50.5 is the line, which is down from 55.5 from last year’s Super Bowl. With these MVP-caliber QBs, I expect some points to be scored in Super Bowl 57.

Quez Watkins – OVER 10.5 Yards Receiving – -120 on DraftKings

AJ Brown, Devonta Smith, and Dallas Goedert will all get their fair share of opportunities, but what about Quez Watkins? The Eagles’ third WR has been quiet as of late but has a chance to make a splash. His total yards for the game is set at 12.5. All Watkins has to do is catch one pass, as he is typically used as a deep threat. He will get at least one target in this one, and I’m willing to bet he cashed in.

Patrick Mahomes – 300+ Passing Yards – +300 on DraftKings

Patrick Mahomes can throw for 300 yards with his eyes closed. The reigning MVP will have to use his arm if he wants to beat the best defense in the NFL. I expect Reid and Mahomes to throw at least 40 times in this game, and I like the MVP to go over this mark.

Alec Kostival; Phillies Critic and Arizona Cardinals Fan – Kenny Gainwell – Anytime Touchdown – +360 on DraftKings

DraftKings had an odds boost for a Hurts or Sanders rushing TD. The books always have a reason. Gainwell is nice, plus money for an anytime TD. Bet against the books.

Tommy Orme; -$1000 Lifetime Balance on FanDuel and Proud of It – Britain Covey to Score a Touchdown – +3400 on BetRivers

I KNOW this won’t happen, but it won’t stop me from trying. Britain Covey has had a similar career to Jeremy Bloom.

He was a spunky punt returner and quite the gamble (just ask Molly Bloom).

Covey isn’t that; he is just similar in all of his characteristics. If Molly Bloom could have a movie made about her, why couldn’t Covey score a touchdown? That’s the explanation. This is stupid. Will you be stupid with me?

Liam Jenkins: Kenneth Gainwell over 19.5 rushing yards

Gainwell has gone over this number 8 times this year, but has done so in each of his last 3 games. If we’re to follow the trend, we can expect to see a healthy dose of Gainwell on Sunday, which should see him comfortably match over this total.

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