Peyton Manning, Ranked #2 by NFL and NFL Fans, Expected to Take the Broncos to New Jersey for Super Bowl XLVIII
Going into NFL Pre-Season Week 2, there is still a long way to go until the season’s MVP is crowned, but so far 2012 MVP and Offensive Player of the Year, Vikings’ RB Adrian Peterson, is ranked #1 by the NFL and by NFL fans.
Going into NFL Pre-Season Week 2, there is still a long way to go until the season’s MVP is crowned, but so far 2012 MVP and Offensive Player of the Year, Vikings’ RB Adrian Peterson, is ranked #1 by the NFL and by NFL fans according to rankings posted by the NFL (http://top100.nfl.com).
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Peyton Manning, the star quarterback expected to lead the Broncos to the Super Bowl, is second on the NFL’s list but third according to fans. Calvin Johnson, Lions WR, is fans’ second pick and the league’s third. Tom Brady, JJ Watt, Aaron Rodgers, Aldon Smith, Arian Foster, Von Miller and Patrick Willis also made the top ten.
But it’s not just the MVP award that is the center of attention at AllYouBet as the season looms large. Fans can also pick the players they expect to throw the most passing yards (current favourite Drew Brees at +350), run the most rushing yards (that man Peterson +300) and catch the most receiving yards (Calvin Johnson +275). The NFL’s newcomers are also given their due with attractive odds in the categories Rookie Offensive and Defensive Player of the Year.
The Broncos and Niners remain the bookmakers’ favorites for Super Bowl champion in January, but AllYouBet players can also look to make an even bigger profit by predicting both teams to make the big game in the “Name The Finalists” offer.
The Regular Season begins September 5th when the Broncos meet the Ravens in Denver. Super Bowl XLVIII will be played February 2, 2014 at Meadowlands in New Jersey -- the first NFL championship game played in cold weather.
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