Super Bowl LII MVP Odds to Win
Is Tom Brady the clear favorite to win the Super Bowl LII MVP? Here are the latest odds.
According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, Brady is a 5/7 favorite to win the Super Bowl LII MVP award. He’s the clear favorite too, as Nick Foles has the next-best odds but they’re 16/5. After the two quarterbacks, the odds drop significantly, starting with New England tight end Rob Gronkowski, who is 12/1.
Continuing with the odds, Patriots running back Dion Lewis and Eagles running back Jay Ajayi are 15/1 to win Super Bowl LII MVP. Brandin Cooks is 20/1, while Alshon Jeffery, Danny Amendola and Zach Ertz are all 25/1, respectively. Tackle Fletcher Cox has the best odds of any defender at 30/1, followed by back-up running back James White at 40/1.
Other long-shots include LeGarrette Blount, Nelson Agholor and Rex Burkhead, who are all 50/1, respectively, to win Super Bow LII MVP. Chris Hogan, meanwhile, is 65/1 while Stephen Gostkowski is 75/1. Fellow kicker Jake Elliott is 100/1, as is Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler.
Finally, Patrick Chung is 150/1 while Corey Clement, Kyle Van Noy, Torrey Smith, Trey Burton and Trey Flowers are 200/1, respectively. Mychal Kendricks is 250/1 and Pats’ receiver Phillip Dorsett has the longest odds at 500/1 to win Super Bowl LII MVP.
As of this writing, the Patriots are 5-point favorites to beat the Eagles while the over/under currently sits at 48 points. Over 55% of betting tickets are currently on Philadelphia to cover the spread.