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Super Bowl 2021 LV MVP: Three Players who can win the Prestigious award

  • Feb 08, 2021
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Super Bowl 2021 LV in action! To end what had been a tumultuous season for 2020, the Kansas City Chiefs take on the Tampa Bay Pirates in Tampa, Florida, for the NFL Championship.While Green Bay Packers' Aaron Rodgers was awarded the Regular Season Player of the Year award last night, the Super Bowl 2021 MVP is still ready to grab. We take a look at three players who think they can end the night with a Super Bowl 2021 Ring and the in-game MVP award.Patrick Mahomes is looking to make it a Super Bowl 2021 duoKansas City Chiefs have been chasing their second Super Bowl 2021 for several years. And the man who finished the game's best player award last year is running for him again.Midfielder Patrick Mahomes has held the league since it was drafted in 2018. The midfielder had another great season with 38 heads up scoring just six interceptions.Mahomes defends both the Super Bowl 2021 and his MVP award, and he sure has a lot at stake in this game.Tom Brady is seeking Super Bowl 2021 MVP # 5There is always a piece of history associated with Tom Brady. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers midfielder is the only player in NFL history to win four Super Bowl 2021 MVP Awards. And tonight, Brady is looking at number 5.Brady started slowly in Tampa but quickly changed course to inspire his team in an incredible rush to the big game. The Buccaneers are the first team in NFL history to play the Super Bowl 2021 at home.And while seat crowds are confused by the coronavirus pandemic, the home advantage will certainly be in Tom Brady’s favor.Travis Kelsey is a strong competitorWith the pirates almost certain to put the double cover on Chiefs' feud with Terek Hill, the onus will fall on Chiefs of Travis Kelsey's end court to lead the attack.The tight end saw an extraordinary campaign for 2020. Breaking the record for most arenas received with a tight finish in one season, Kielce was nearly impotent.But history is not on your side. Despite growing numbers throughout the season, Kelce could end up falling prey to the curse of the tight end. So far, the narrow end hasn't won the award. And if Kelsey does, he will be the first to win it.So, with players ready to give their all for the Lombardy Cup, which player do you think will play the biggest role in their team's victory?Also Read: Super Bowl | When, Where and Everything