Bob Duff | Fri 05/01/2018 - 09:35 EST
Super Bowl Infographic: QB Has Inside Track To Super Bowl MVP
Will Tom Brady get one for the thumb in Super Bowl LII? Brady, the New England Patriots quarterback, led the NFL in passing yardage this season, one year removed from winning his record fourth Super Bowl MVP award. The Patriots are the top seed in the AFC, giving them the inside track to another trip to the Super Bowl, And if victory awaits them, it's a good bet that another MVP award could be handed off to Brady at game's end.
For Super Bowl MVP, QB Is The Place To Be
When it comes to pass that it is once again time to vote for the MVP of Super Bowl LII, you can put your money on it being the guy who was slinging passes for the winning team. Since the Super Bowl was born in 1967, there have been 44 different men who had received this honor, and 28 of them – that’s over 63 percent – were quarterbacks, including six of the past eight winners.
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Unlike the 2018 Kentucky Derby, which features several legitimate contenders, the 2018 Kentucky Oaks is shaping up to be a two-horse battle between Midnight Bisou and Monomoy Girl. Those two sit first and second on the Oaks qualifying list, and have dominated their prep races. Here's a look at those two favorites, and a third thrown in for good measure.
Twenty-eight. That's a number that haunts the Cleveland Browns every bit as much as the 0-16 record they posted during the 2017 NFL season. Since 1999, the Brown have gone through 28 starting quarterbacks. That's a lot of QBs, on average a new one every 10.85 games. And there's Cleveland with the first pick in the NFL draft, trying to decide which QB to draft.
The winner of the 2017 Breeders' Cup Juvenile, and the Two-Year-Old Horse of the Year, Good Magic has been under a lot of scrutiny this spring on the road to the 2018 Kentucky Derby. He was a 12-1 oversight back in November when he won the BC Juvenile, and he'll be in that same range come Derby Day.
Along with Justify, Magnum Moon is the second horse to make the 2018 Kentucky Derby field who did not race as a two-year-old in 2017. Given that a horse unraced at two has not won the Derby in more than 130 years, these horses are usually a toss for handicappers of the race. But this year, both of these horses are legitimate contenders to win.