Follow The Money debates burning NFL topics

By Adam Burke  ( 

January 23, 2023 12:56 PM

“Do You Concur?” segment tackles Jaguars, Travis Kelce, neutral-site playoff games and more

Catching up on a Monday morning with Mitch Moss and Pauly Howard is always a good idea, especially when they tackle some of the hot topics from around the NFL. A little back and forth came out of the latest edition of Follow The Money when the guys talked about the Jacksonville Jaguars going into season, whether or not the only team that can stop Travis Kelce is his own and a few other questions during the “Do You Concur” segment.

On the Jacksonville Jaguars…

The Jags are +3500 to win Super Bowl LVIII per DraftKings Sportsbook. Given that they are going to be the odds-on favorite to win the AFC South unless the Colts and Titans make huge splashes this offseason, is that a good bet to grab right now?

On Travis Kelce…

Kelce had 17 targets in the win over the Jaguars. He had 14 catches for 98 yards and two touchdowns. Will the Bengals be able to slow down Kelce? The 49ers? The Eagles? The Chiefs by not throwing him the ball?

Kelce is +2500 to win the Super Bowl LVII MVP award. A tight end has never been named the Super Bowl MVP.

The Chiefs are -1 against the Bengals for Sunday's AFC Championship Game. See the latest NFL odds and NFL betting splits.

On neutral-site playoff games…

We had some disagreement here between the guys on an issue that is now a hypothetical. The Bills and Chiefs would have played a neutral-site game, but the Bengals won, so the game in Atlanta won’t happen. Should we have neutral-site conference championship games going forward?

Do you agree or disagree?

What did you think of Mitch and Pauly’s takes? Hit us up on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram to tell us if you concur or if you don’t.

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