Ranking the Top 5 Offensive Players in Super Bowl 57

February 12th is only a few days away. Our guy Jason Radowitz is here to rank the top five offensive players in this year's Super Bowl.
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Ranking the Top 5 Offensive Players in Super Bowl 57

When the Super Bowl kicks off on February 12, you will want to know what's happening.

There are so many stars on the football field that you need to be aware of. If you're headed to a Super Bowl party and want to impress, read this article and talk about the players in this piece.

You'll thank me later.

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Ranking Top 5 Offensive Players in Super Bowl 57

5. Miles Sanders, RB, Eagles (Bet Miles Sanders to be Super Bowl MVP at +3000. BetMGM has the best odds)

Miles Sanders had been slightly inconsistent offensively with the Eagles heading into this season. But this year, Sanders and the Eagles figured it out.

Sanders added 1,269 yards rushing with 11 touchdowns on 259 attempts. He averaged nearly five yards per carry, which is good, considering he was 8th in the NFL in rushing attempts.

Sanders has seen 28 carries in the postseason and has rushed for 4.7 yards per carry with two touchdowns. He's not usually a receiving threat, but he's a terrific runner having major success with the Eagles this year.

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4. A.J. Brown, WR, Eagles (Bet A.J. Brown to be Super Bowl MVP at +1800. FanDuel has the best odds)

The Eagles made a blockbuster trade at the NFL Draft, adding A.J. Brown from the Tennessee Titans.

That looks like the best move in the off-season now. Brown added 88 catches for nearly 1,500 yards. He had 11 touchdowns and earned 17 yards per catch, which was fourth-best in the NFL.

Brown has been quiet in the postseason, with just seven catches in 14 targets. But he was fighting off an injury he sustained in the playoffs against the Giants. Look for him to find his mojo against a young Chiefs secondary.

3. Travis Kelce, TE, Chiefs (Bet Travis Kelce to be Super Bowl MVP at +1600. FanDuel has the best odds)

Travis Kelce has become the best tight end in the NFL. He might even become the best tight end ever to play the game.

Kelce added 110 catches and earned 1,338 yards with 12 touchdowns this season. He averaged 12.2 yards per catch and became the biggest receiving threat for the Chiefs this year once Tyreek Hill was traded away.

Many had their doubts about the Chiefs' receiving core. But Kelce delivered. He's had an outstanding season, and with 21 catches in the postseason, his success will likely carry over into the Super Bowl.

2. Jalen Hurts, QB, Eagles (Bet Jalen Hurts to be Super Bowl MVP at +135. BetMGM has the best odds)

Jalen Hurts is a dual-threat quarterback who had an outstanding season. Hurts totaled 3,701 yards passing and added 22 touchdowns, and had just six interceptions while holding a QBR of 66.3.

He was 10th in the NFL in passing yards and had 760 yards rushing on 165 attempts. His rushing yards per carry were down a bit from last season, but most of his stats were much higher than in other years.

The Eagles gave Hurts weapons and he delivered.

1. Patrick Mahomes, QB, Chiefs (Bet Patrick Mahomes to be Super Bowl MVP at +135. BetMGM has the best odds)

With Tom Brady out of the picture, Patrick Mahomes will take over most of the "GOAT" talk.

He's not there yet. He's just 27 years old. But we're talking about Patrick Mahomes in almost every Super Bowl now. He's been to countless AFC Championship games and only 27.

He lost Tyreek Hill and still found a way to get to the Super Bowl after getting his tight end to put up ridiculous numbers that wide receivers would dream of.

Mahomes is the best quarterback in the NFL, even if he and the Chiefs lose this game.

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Jason grew up an avid sports fan. His passion for sports writing grew in high school and he developed a blog that was strictly for New York Sports. From his work, you will quickly realize that he loves looking at games from an analytical and numbers perspective and hopes to provide you with that same perspective in his articles.

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