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Betting On The Super Bowl MVP Odds: Hurts And Mahomes Rank 1 And 2

Super Bowl MVP Trophy Pete Rozelle

On 31 out of 56 occasions, the starting quarterback for the winning team has won the Super Bowl MVP Trophy.

The next highest positional player in the rankings are wide receivers, who have earned the honors eight times. WRs have a slim edge over running backs, the position that has earned the third most with seven total MVP awards.

As such, lines for betting on the Super Bowl LVII MVP feature the quarterbacks for both teams in the first and second positions.

Super Bowl 57 MVP Odds (1-10)

  • Jalen Hurts +130
  • Patrick Mahomes +135
  • Travis Kelce +1200
  • A.J. Brown +1800
  • Haason Reddick +2500
  • Devonta Smith +2800
  • Miles Sanders +2800
  • Chris Jones +4500
  • Isiah Pacheco +5000
  • Dallas Goedert +6500

Based on the above Super Bowl MVP prop bet, oddsmakers are suggesting that the Philadelphia Eagles will win Super Bowl LVII.

The Super Bowl point spread is set at a microscopic margin of 1.5 in favor of Philadelphia. Because of this, the gap between Jalen Hurts of the Eagles and Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs is an equally slim 5 points in the moneyline.

Gamblers can more than double their money by betting on either Hurts or Mahomes to win. The payout potential gets substantially higher when considering the third-ranked MVP candidate and onward.

A tight end has never won the Super Bowl’s Most Valuable Player Trophy. The Chiefs’ Travis Kelce is one of the greatest TEs to ever play professional football and is an intriguing MVP choice when cruising the options presented in current Super Bowl prop bets.

A wager of $1 on Kelce’s MVP odds will earn payouts of $13 if he wins. In order for Travis to become the SB MVP, KC needs to win the game.

SB MVP Odds For 11 Through 20

  • Jerick McKinnon +6500
  • Kenneth Gainwell +6500
  • Marquez Valdes-Scantling +7000
  • JuJu Smith-Schuster +7500
  • Darius Slay +8000
  • Brandon Graham +10000
  • Frank Clark +12500
  • Gardner Minshew +12500
  • Kadarius Toney +12500
  • Nick Bolton +12500

MVP longshots are fun to consider because they deliver large payouts on small bets. Of the above potentials, the one that stands out is Kansas City WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling and his +7000 money line.

While doubtful, there is a chance that the Eagles will cook up a defensive scheme that contains Travis Kelce. If so, Valdes-Scantling could be the benefactor.

Is it likely? No! That’s why it’s a long shot.

Super Bowl MVP Prop Bet For 21-30

  • Boston Scott+15000
  • CJ Gardner-Johnson+15000
  • Chad Henne+15000
  • George Karlaftis+15000
  • Justin Reid+15000
  • L’Jarius Sneed+15000
  • Skyy Moore +15000
  • Fletcher Cox +17500
  • James Bradberry +17500
  • Josh Sweat +17500

This batch of roster members doesn’t produce any that leap out to us, but Skyy Moore could make an impact on the game. Moore is a rookie wide receiver for the Chiefs out of Western Michigan and has been returning kicks.

Desmond Howard of the Green Bay Packers won the Super Bowl XXXII MVP Trophy largely due to his 99-yard kickoff return that sealed the game. Skyy has a 99-sided dice roll’s chance here.

Super Bowl MVP Odds For 31+

  • TJ Edwards +17500
  • Willie Gay +17500
  • Harrison Butker +20000
  • Javon Hargrave +20000
  • Justin Watson +20000
  • Kyzir White +20000
  • Mecole Hardman +20000
  • Mike Danna +20000
  • Quez Watkins +20000
  • Reed Blankenship +20000
  • Trent McDuffie +20000
  • Zach Pascal +20000
  • Jason Kelce +25000
  • Jake Elliott +27500

If Super Bowl LVII becomes a low-scoring, defensive struggle, the kicking game could play a much larger role than usual. Both KC’s Harrison Butker and Philly’s Jake Elliot can earn NFL bettors a steak dinner on very small bets.

Just keep in mind that the Super Bowl MVP has never been a kicker.

Super Bowl MVP Betting Odds: Bovada

Sources: ESPN,

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