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Philip Rivers Is in Top 10 of Odds to Win NFL MVP in 2018
13-11-2018 07:41 AM
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Philip Rivers Is in Top 10 of Odds to Win NFL MVP in 2018
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Bovada today released their odds for the 2018 NFL Regular Season MVP and Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers has the 10th best odds of taking home the award. Unsurprisingly http://www.authenticlosangeleschargers.c...ane-jersey , the favorite to win is Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. The full odds can be found at the bottom of the post, but the top 10 are:Aaron Rodgers13/2Tom Brady7/1Carson Wentz19/2Drew Brees15/1Russell Wilson 15/1Jimmy Garoppolo 20/1Cam Newton 20/1Matt Ryan 20/1Deshaun Watson20/1Kirk Cousins 22/1Jared Goff22/1Philip Rivers 22/1It’s hard to argue with Rodgers, Brady, Brees, or Wilson having better odds than El Capitan, but the likes of Newton, Ryan, and Watson should raise an eyebrow. The MVP tends to go to the top player on a winning team and Ryan and Watson certainly have strong supporting casts that could put up a sparking record that would support their campaign, but it seems unlikely that the Panthers will do much in a division where they play the Falcons and Saints twice each.What do you think? Is Rivers slotted properly? Will you be laying down any money on him to take the award at 22 to 1?Full Odds:Ben Roethlisberger25/1Derek Carr28/1Andrew Luck 30/1Dak Prescott 30/1Matthew Stafford 30/1Le’Veon Bell 40/1Todd Gurley 40/1David Johnson 40/1Marcus Mariota 40/1Antonio Brown 50/1Ezekiel Elliott50/1Case Keenum50/1Eli Manning50/1Jameis Winston 50/1Patrick Mahomes 55/1Saquon Barkley 60/1Leonard Fournette 60/1Kareem Hunt 60/1LeSean McCoy 60/1Alex Smith60/1Blake Bortles66/1Alvin Kamara 66/1Julio Jones70/1Joe Flacco75/1Mitch Trubisky90/1Andy Dalton 100/1Devonta Freeman 100/1 AJ Green 100/1Rob Gronkowski100/1DeAndre Hopkins 100/1J.J. Watt100/1Sam Bradford125/1Nick Foles125/1Tyrod Taylor 125/1 The Los Angeles Chargers aren't ready to say farewell to Antonio Gates after all.Four months after the Chargers bade a public goodbye to the leading receiver in franchise history, Gates returned to the team on Sunday, one week before the start of his 16th season. The 38-year-old franchise stalwart is getting a one-year deal and another shot at his first trip to a Super Bowl.The Chargers intended to part ways with Gates last spring after his role declined behind starting tight end Hunter Henry in 2017. Their plans changed when Henry tore a knee ligament during offseason workouts in May, likely sidelining him for the upcoming season.Although they've been discussing a reunion for many weeks, Gates and the Chargers waited until the day before the first week of game preparation for the regular season to formalize his return to his only NFL team. Gates' 114 career touchdown catches are sixth in NFL history and the most among active players."I'm grateful that he wants to come back and play with us," Chargers general manager Tom Telesco said. "But I'm also grateful he's coming back for all the right reasons. He's not coming back to put up more statistics. He's not coming back to prove anything to anybody, because he doesn't have to do that. He's coming back because he loves his teammates Color Rush Derwin James Jersey , and I think he sees something special in this football team that he wants to be a part of, and that's exciting."The Chargers are a popular pick to be a playoff contender after winning nine of their final 12 games last season. Gates and the Chargers have made the postseason just once since 2009.Telesco wouldn't say whether he expects Gates to play when the Chargers open the regular season at home against the Chiefs on Sept. 9."I guess we'll see," Telesco said. "I certainly wouldn't want to tell Kansas City."Once an undrafted free agent who played only basketball at Kent State, Gates is an eight-time Pro Bowl selection and the Chargers' career leader in receptions (927), yards receiving (11,508) and touchdown catches. He set the NFL record for touchdown receptions by a tight end last September, surpassing Tony Gonzalez with his 112th TD catch.But Gates' 30 receptions last season were his fewest since his rookie year in 2003, and his 316 yards receiving were a career low as Henry took the majority of the big snaps. Gates started only four games, but he stepped up capably into a larger role when Henry was out with a bruised kidney late last season.The Chargers spent the past four months with a clear need for a pass-catching tight end. Newcomer Virgil Green is a veteran blocking tight end with pass-catching ability, but the only other tight end on Los Angeles' 53-man roster Sunday was undrafted second-year pro Sean Culkin, who has never caught a pass in an NFL game."I guess we're very lucky to have a player like Hunter get hurt and have a player like Antonio available and willing," Telesco said. "He knows the offense. He knows the quarterback. He knows our head coach. He knows this organization very well, and he finished the year on a strong note last year."Gates has a profound connection with Philip Rivers, who joined the Chargers in 2004 and has been their starting quarterback in every game since 2006. Rivers has thrown 87 touchdown passes to Gates, and they trail only Indianapolis' Peyton Manning and Marvin Harrison as the most prolific TD duo in NFL history.Rivers publicly advocated for Gates' return in recent months http://www.authenticlosangeleschargers.c...ams-jersey , and Gates will be another solid target in the Chargers' potent offense, which led the NFL with 276.9 yards passing per game last season. With Gates back in powder blue, Rivers' top eight receivers from last season are still with the Bolts.The Chargers made several additional moves Sunday, a day after setting their roster and choosing Caleb Sturgis as their new kicker.Los Angeles released linebacker Hayes Pullard, who played extensively last year, and quarterback Cardale Jones. Telesco said the Bolts hope to re-sign Jones to the practice squad as their third quarterback behind Rivers and Geno Smith.Los Angeles claimed linebacker Emmanuel Ellerbee off waivers from Atlanta and nose tackle T.Y. McGill off waivers from Kansas City. Telesco believes Ellerbee can fit in well with the Chargers after learning the Falcons' defense of coach Dan Quinn, whose scheme is derived from the system run by Chargers defensive coordinator Gus Bradley when they both coached on Pete Carroll's staff in Seattle.Telesco also lamented the season-ending ankle injury of receiver Artavis Scott, who spent last season as a rookie on the Chargers' practice squad after winning a national title at Clemson alongside receiver Mike Williams, the Chargers' first-round pick last year."He had earned a spot on this team and had done a great job," Telesco said. "Last year at this time, we thought he could play, but this time, we know he can play."
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