NFL Super Bowl MVP Odds & Prop Bets - Mahomes Heavy Favorite

  • The winner of the Super Bowl LV MVP award will carry that honor for their entire career
  • Chiefs franchise quarterback Patrick Mahomes is one of those once-in-a-lifetime players
  • QB Tom Brady is considered the GOAT due to his ability to step up in Big Games

NFL Super Bowl MVP Odds

Player/Position/ Team Odds
Patrick Mahomes, QB, KC Chiefs -106
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Tom Brady, QB, TB Bucs +210
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Tyreek Hill, WR, KC Chiefs +1200
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Travis Kelce, TE, KC Chiefs +1300
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Leonard Fournette, RB, TB Bucs +2500
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Super Bowl LV MVP Predictions and Picks

This could be the GOAT’s last hurrah, so expect the biggest game of his two-decade career.

Pick:

Brady (+210)

Super Bowl MVP Prop Bets

Position of MVP Odds

Position Odds
Quarterback -305
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Wide Receiver +450
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Running Back/Fullback +800
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Tight End +1000
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Linebacker +1200
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Defensive Back +1800
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Defensive Lineman +2000
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Super Bowl MVP to Be a Quarterback Odds

MVP to be a QB
Yes
-305
No
+220

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Super Bowl MVP to Be From the Losing Team

MVP From Losing Team
Yes
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How to Watch Super Bowl LV

Super Bowl LV Information
What Kansas City Chiefs vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Where Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida
When Sunday, February 7, 2021; 6:30 PM ET
How to watch CBS

The final game of the often challenging but always exciting 2020/21 NFL season is finally upon us, and on Sunday, February 7 the league will crown their fifty-fifth champion after a sixty-minute battle for dominance.

Within that matchup, one player will stand out as the most valuable to his team, and that Super Bowl MVP will be honored and given an award that will carry prestige with it for the rest of his football career.

Here are the top five candidates for the Super Bowl LV MVP award plus our predictions, picks, and odds – good luck!

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Super Bowl LV MVP Winner Predictions Top 5

5) Leonard Fournette

Position: Running Back

Size: 6’ 0”, 228 pounds

Age: 26

NFL Team: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

College: LSU

2020 Stats Line (15 games): Carried the ball 97 times for 367 yards and 6 touchdowns, plus caught 36 passes for 233 additional yards.

In his fourth NFL season, his first with the Bucs, dual-threat running back Leonard Fournette has established himself as a key part of Tampa Bay’s rushing attack, and for them to steal a win from the favored Chiefs, this former LSU Tiger will have to step up and become a factor in the second half when the opposing D-line inevitably starts to tire.

4) Travis Kelce

Position: Tight end

Size: 6’ 5”, 260 pounds

Age: 31

NFL Team: Kansas City Chiefs

College: Cincinnati

2020 Stats Line (15 games): Caught 105 passes off 145 targets for 1,416 total receiving yards and 11 touchdowns.

Considered basically a huge receiver, Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce is arguably the best in the league at his position, tight end, and the third most productive receiver this regular season, and judging by his performance in last year’s Super Bowl (6 catches for 43 yards and a touchdown) the team tends to go to him when the pressure is on.

3) Tyreek Hill

Position: Wide receiver

Size: 5’ 10”, 185 pounds

Age: 26

NFL Team: Kansas City Chiefs

College: West Alabama

2020 Stats Line (15 games): Caught 87 passes off 135 targets for 1,276 total receiving yards and 15 touchdowns, plus 13 carries for 123 yards and 2 more touchdowns.

Third on this enviable list is the cheetah, Tyreek Hill, arguably the fastest athlete in the NFL, a smaller receiver with great hands and the ability to not only get loose after the catch but with his speed, the ability to take it to the house every time, something that gives the defensive coordinators facing his nightmares.

2) Tom Brady

Position: Quarterback

Size: 6’ 4”, 225 pounds

Age: 43

NFL Team: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

College: Michigan

2020 Stats Line (16 games): Completed 401-of-610 for 4,633 yards and 40 touchdowns with 12 interceptions with a completion percentage of 65.7.

One of the main reasons QB Tom Brady is considered the greatest of all time is his ability to step up in Big Games, and this being his 10th Super Bowl appearance means that nothing about the weekend will shock or overwhelm him, including the 16th ranked Chiefs defense he will be facing.

1) Patrick Mahomes

Position: Quarterback

Size: 6’ 3”, 230 pounds

Age: 24

NFL Team: Kansas City Chiefs

College: Texas Tech

2020 Stats Line (15 games): Completed 390-of-588 for 4,740 yards and 38 touchdowns with 6 interceptions with a completion percentage of 66.3.

With the football IQ of a crafty veteran and an arm that fires deadly missiles regardless of where he happens to be scrambling (or looking), Chiefs franchise quarterback Patrick Mahomes is one of those once-in-a-lifetime players that will most likely be the league MVP on at least several more occasions, and a few more Super Bowl MVPs (he snagged it last season during SB LIV) are also most likely in his near future.


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Super Bowl LV MVP Longest Shot

These final two players on the list most likely won’t have a chance to snag this award (they are both punters, after all), but they still receive odds from the oddsmakers and they still get mad props for even being on the list, especially the rookie.

Long Shot Veteran: Bradley Pinion (+50000)

Position: Punter

Size: 6’ 5”, 240 pounds

Age: 26

NFL Team: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

College: Clemson

2019 Stats Line (16 games): 55 total punts for 2,486 total yards, averaging 45.2 yards per punt, plus 100 kickoffs for 6,477 total yards averaging 64.8 yards per kickoff.

How incredible of a Super Bowl would it have to be for a punter to snag the MVP award, but if anyone were to do it why not this giant – at 6’ 5” and 240 pounds, Bradley Pinion puts way more than just a leg into his kicks.

Long Shot Rookie: Tommy Townsend, KC Chiefs (+50000)

Position: Punter

Size: 6’ 2”, 176 pounds

Age: 24

NFL Team: Kansas City Chiefs

College: Florida

2020 Stats Line (16 games): 52 total punts for 2,339 total yards, averaging 45 yards per punt, plus 2 kickoffs for 103 total yards averaging 51.5 yards per kickoff.

The odds of a punter earning these SB MVP honors are slim to none, then add in the fact that lanky Tommy Townsend is a rookie and odds are that this big booter hasn’t got a chance, but stranger things have happened in the world of pro football.

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