With Super Bowl LII on the horizon, is there any question as who is predicted to be MVP of the big game? It will undoubtedly be future Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback, Tom Brady.
Now, before I begin my Super Bowl LII prediction as to who will ultimately win MVP of the big game, let it be known I am and forever will be a fan of the New York Jets. Simply typing up why I believe a certain member of the New England Patriots will win MVP of Super Bowl LII is irritating but as a fan of football for well over 30 years, here it goes.
When looking at the big matchup on Super Bowl Sunday between the Philadelphia Eagles and Patriots, it’s hard to really pick any other player who could win MVP. Mainly because of everything quarterback Tom Brady brings to the table.
The man is beating Father Time, he’s playing some of the best football ever seen at the later stage of his prolific career, and well, he’s been quite successful. I grew up watching and admiring quarterbacks since I was a little boy since it’s my favorite position in football. Joe Montana. Warren Moon. John Elway. Brett Favre. These were the quarterbacks that I enjoyed watching as much as I can and even now, I’d have to include Brady in that legendary company.
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Now, I know what most Jets fans will be thinking if you’ve managed to read up to this far without clicking away. That Brady is a cheater, the whole Patriots organization are nothing but cheaters, and that I should be ashamed about praising Brady.
Again, while I understand that point of view/opinion, I saw something in last year’s Super Bowl that amazed me. You know, when Brady was facing never-before-seen odds against the Atlanta Falcons, and it was like any other game for him where he left victorious. I don’t care what team a quarterback is on, if they’re great at what they do and play at such a high level, they will have my respect, regardless of their allegiance.
Brady is everything any fan would want to see in a quarterback and trust me when I say, decades from now, those of us that were lucky to watch his rise to being the greatest quarterback of all-time will remember his athleticism and accolades for the rest of time. Yeah, I’m jealous of his success with the Patriots and wish the Jets had someone of his caliber under center but at the end of the day, there is nothing stopping Brady from cementing his legacy as one of the most elite quarterbacks to ever play the game.
Make no mistake about it, Brady is going to once again put on an absolute clinic on Super Bowl Sunday against the Eagles. I want the Patriots to lose for obvious reasons but that’s not going to happen with Brady ready to do what he does best. Expect to see him once again raise a Lombardi Trophy, for the sixth time, and leave Super Bowl LII as the MVP.