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Brady pegged as favorite over Goff for SB MVP

The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook has opened Patriots quarterback Tom Brady as the favorite at EVEN odds to win MVP of Super Bowl LIII. Rams QB Jared Goff is the only other player with odds in single digits, at 2-1.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Patriots will wear their white road jerseys in Super Bowl LIII, according to a club official. The team is 3-2 in Super Bowls when wearing its white jerseys. The Rams are wearing their throwback uniform in the Super Bowl.

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Kyrie gets fancy with a between-the-legs pass to Smart for 3 (0:24)
Kyrie leads Celtics to victory over Heat (1:46)
Marcus Morris, Dwyane Wade swap jerseys (0:25)
Irving fakes out defender with slick reverse layup (0:28)
Baynes puts up two huge blocks against Heat (0:17)
Cain: Why can't NFL teams find the next Belichick? (1:30)
Brady prolific in throwing through tight windows (2:58)
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Biggest Super Bowl LIII bets

Over $158 million was wagered on Super Bowl LII, a total that will likely be eclipsed at sportsbooks across the U.S. for this year's game. Here are the biggest bets.

Schefter Podcast: Epic Conference Championships, Browns' Kitchens

Before catching up with new Browns coach Freddie Kitchens (31:23), Adam Schefter talks to Field Yates about the pair of instant classics in the conference title games, potential rule changes as a result of the controversial finishes in those games and more (:42). Plus, Evan Kaplan takes a big-picture look at the Super Bowl LIII matchup (23:09).

Kellerman: Brady was lucky to win AFC championship (2:02)

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Patriots defensive snaps: A four-CB dime package helped match up better against the Chiefs' dynamic weapons, which led to safety Duron Harmon playing just two snaps in a notable change. The 52 snaps were the third fewest this season (48 and 49 vs. Miami).

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Patriots offensive snaps: They ran 97 plays, which is astounding. The season high was 83 (vs. Colts, Chargers). Rob Gronkowski played all 97 and left it all on the field in one of his best games of the season.