Now that the Super Bowl is over, we all need to start looking forward to watching the AFC Championship game live on ESPN.

    We all know that the title game has an awful lot to do with the teams performance, but what about the games MVP?

    I mean, I’ve seen the MVP’s in the NFL before, but I never thought I’d see the award itself, so here it is!

    The MVP award is awarded annually to the most outstanding player in a given season.

    It is based on a combination of factors, including player performance, team accomplishments, and contributions to the Super Bowl. 

    In 2016, Peyton Manning won the award, but it was also won by Eli Manning and Cam Newton in the MVP races.

    The 2017 MVP was not a surprise either, as it was given to Eli Manning the previous year.

    In this edition of the “NFL Power Rankings”, we take a look at the most interesting players who will be competing for the MVP award during the AFC championship.

    The AFC Championship will be played on Sunday, January 8th, 2018 at 2:00 p.m.

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    I’m going to be picking the teams to win it all, so you can rest assured that I will pick them first.

    The rest of the rankings will be updated as the season progresses. 

    If you are looking for a place to watch, the Superbowl is in the same time slot as the NFL Championship.

    So, if you want to watch all the action from the sidelines, you’ll need to tune in for the AFC Divisional Playoff game on Sunday. 

    1.

    New England Patriots: I have to give this Patriots team credit for winning the SuperBowl in 2017.

    They won two straight and had one of the greatest seasons in league history.

    The Pats were able to do it with a lot of different players on their roster.

    The team added star WR Julian Edelman to help out, as well as signing Rob Gronkowski, and drafting QB Josh Rosen.

    The Patriots had a great offense, too.

    The secondary was fantastic, and they had a top-notch defensive line. 

    The biggest question mark for this team heading into the season was whether or not they would be able to stay healthy.

    The answer to that question has been revealed with their first-round pick, CB Logan Ryan.

    Ryan was taken in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft, but he will miss the season due to injury. 

    Ryan is a very versatile player, as he can cover multiple spots.

    He’s quick, athletic, and has the ability to run routes in space. 

    This is a great signing for New England, as they can keep their starters healthy and bring in a new quarterback to help them win.

    They also get a player who can make an impact at receiver, which they desperately need. 

    With a new head coach in Sean McDermott, New England should be in good shape heading into 2018. 

    2.

    Jacksonville Jaguars: The Jaguars had one heck of a season in 2017, going 6-7 in the regular season and winning a playoff game with a loss to the Cleveland Browns. 

    Jared Goff and the Jags offense put up some great numbers, including a number of touchdowns.

    However, the defense had their moments, as the team gave up over 350 points to the Texans, Falcons, and Bills. 

    That was all because of the defense, which had the league’s second-worst total defense.

    The Jags secondary was also an issue, allowing just 16.8 points per game.

    The Jaguars also needed to find a QB, and so they brought in Christian Hackenberg. 

    Goff is a talented young quarterback, but the Jagds were a bit lucky in that they drafted him with the 13th overall pick. 

    He has had some struggles, however, and while he’s been solid, he’s not a true franchise quarterback.

    He struggled at times with his accuracy and accuracy accuracy struggles, which caused him to struggle in the big games. 

    A better option would be to bring in an offensive coordinator with experience, as this team has not had a head coach since the Mike Mularkey era.

    The hiring of Gus Bradley has been a great addition to the Jaguars roster, as Bradley helped the Jansons offense go from 2nd to 4th in scoring. 

    3.

    Tennessee Titans: With the NFL Scouting Combine coming up this week, the Titans are looking to make some big moves. 

    After trading their No. 1 pick in the 2017 Draft, they also lost their top receiver, Kendall Wright, and a number on defense. 

    Justin Hunter has played well in his limited playing time, but Tennessee was in a tight spot at receiver. 

    As we all know, a lot can happen in one offseason, and Tennessee was looking for help at wide receiver.

    They were able grab Mike Williams, who they will use in the

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