Nick Foles MVP Odds Super Bowl 52

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Jan/25/2018

The Philadelphia Eagles last two post season games had them as home underdogs against the likes of Atlanta and Minnesota, two solid teams that the host squad manhandled.

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Once against they are the underdog heading into Super Bowl 52 with Nick Foles starting after Carson Wentz suffered a season ending injury back in Week 14.  Foles has picked up the slack and he's still a significant underdog with odds of being named MVP +350.  The payout would be $35 for every $10 bet or $350 for every $100 bet.

While he's played well since taking over the starting position (4-1 with the lone loss to Dallas pretty much meaningless in Week 17), Foles is known to be inconsistent.

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Andy Benoit of Sports Illustrated writes:

On paper, Foles is the epitome of inconsistency. After replacing Wentz in Week 14 he threw for 237 yards and four touchdowns in his first full outing, a 34–29 win over the Giants. He then completed just half his passes for a pedestrian 163 yards in a 19–10 defeat of the hapless Raiders and had a hideous first half (before being rested) in a 6–0 loss to the Cowboys: 4 of 11 passing, 39 yards, one interception. Which, of course, he turned around in a 15–10 divisional-round win over the Falcons, completing 23 of 30 throws for 246 yards.

Most Valuable Player
 
Tom Brady -130
Nick Foles +350
Rob Gronkowski +1500
Dion Lewis +2000
Brandin Cooks +2200
Rex Burkhead +2500
Jay Ajayi +2500
Zach Ertz +2500
Alshon Jeffery +3000
Danny Amendola +3000
Nelson Agholor +4250
LeGarrette Blount +5000
James White +6000
Chris Hogan +6000
Torrey Smith +9000
Chris Long +10000
Malcolm Butler  +10000
Stephon Gilmore +10000
Duron Harmon +10000
Devin McCourty +10000
Trey Flowers +10000
Fletcher Cox +12500
Brandon Graham +13500
Corey Clement +15000
Malcolm Jenkins +15000
Stephen Gostkowski +17500
Dwayne Allen +17500
Mychal Kendricks +20000
Kenjon Barner +22500
James Harrison +22500
Kyle Van Noy +22500
Jacob Hollister +27500
Mike Gillislee +27500
Kenny Britt +27500
Phillip Dorsett +32500
Trey Burton +32500
Jake Elliott +35000
Brent Celek +42500
James Develin +42500
Bernard Reedy +50000
Matthew Slater +50000
Marcus Johnson +50000
Wendell Smallwood +50000
Brandon Bolden +50000

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