There are propositions that are seemingly endless in Super Bowl odds. One of the more interesting ones on the NFL Super Bowl odds board is the prop on who will win the MVP. NFL Super Bowl odds almost always favor the two starting quarterbacks in terms of MVP odds.
That makes sense since quarterbacks have won the majority of the awards. More than half the time a quarterback has won the MVP award (22 times to be exact.) So if you are looking at a prop in NFL Super Bowl odds that gives you a chance to win you might want to look at the quarterbacks for MVP.
The problem you sometimes run into with NFL Super Bowl odds on the MVP is the price. Oftentimes you are laying -200 or so on the favored quarterback which is a steep price in NFL Super Bowl odds.
The last two seasons a quarterback has won the award in Super Bowl odds, Eli Manning on the underdog Giants last year and Peyton Manning on the favored Colts two years ago. If you are looking at MVP NFL Super Bowl odds you probably want to stay away from all defensive players.
A total of seven players on the defensive side have won the MVP and one special teamer won the award. Desmond Howard won the award in 1997. If you don’t like the quarterback for the MVP then you might want to look at a running back or a receiver in NFL Super Bowl odds.
It has been a long time since a running back won the MVP in NFL Super Bowl odds so it is overdue. You have to go all the way back to Super Bowl XXXII when Terrell Davis won the award for the Broncos. There are a number of great prop bets every season in Super Bowl odds.
The MVP is just one of many in Super Bowl odds. As you look at all of the options in NFL Super Bowl odds you might want to consider the MVP. It gives you a way to cheer for NFL Super Bowl odds throughout the game.
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