NFL Super Bowl LIV MVP Betting Odds

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NFL Super Bowl LIV MVP Betting

NFL Super Bowl LIV MVP Betting

Part of what makes the Super Bowl the most awesome spectacle in all of sports is the fact that the game is broken down from a billion different angles. As a result, the oddsmakers have options to put literally thousands of props for the game. This year, the Super Bowl will be played at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida on Sunday, February 2nd.

NFL Super Bowl LIV at a Glance

Date: Sunday, February 2nd, 2020

Location: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida

TV Coverage: FOX

Matchup: Kansas City Chiefs vs San Francisco 49ers

Super Bowl LIV Betting Odds

San Francisco 49ers +1.5 54.5 +105
Kansas City Chiefs -1.5 54.5 -125
1st Half Odds
San Francisco 49ers +0.5 26.5 +102
Kansas City Chiefs -0.5 26.5 -122
1st Quarter Odds
San Francisco 49ers +0.5 10 -
Kansas City Chiefs -0.5 10 -
2nd Quarter Odds
San Francisco 49ers +0.5 16.5 -
Kansas City Chiefs -0.5 16.5 -
3rd Quarter Odds
San Francisco 49ers +0.5 10.5 -
Kansas City Chiefs -0.5 10.5 -
4th Quarter Odds
San Francisco 49ers +0.5 14.5 -
Kansas City Chiefs -0.5 14.5 -

Odds to Win Super Bowl LIV MVP

Patrick Mahomes +100
Jimmy Garoppolo +280
Raheem Mostert +600
Damien Williams +2200
George Kittle +1300
Tyreek Hill +2050
Travis Kelce +2300
Nick Bosa +1750
Deebo Samuel +2261
Emmanuel Sanders +4032
Sammy Watkins +4000
Richard Sherman +4178
Mecole Hardman +3503
Tevin Coleman +3638
Tyrann Mathieu +5791
Harrison Butker +10000
LeSean McCoy +10000
Robbie Gould +10000

NFL Super Bowl MVPs

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53 Julian Edelman Wide Receiver
52 Nick Foles Quarterback
51 Tom Brady Quarterback
50 Von Miller Linebacker
49 Tom Brady Quarterback
48 Malcolm Smith Linebacker
47 Joe Flacco Quarterback
46 Eli Manning Quarterback
45 Aaron Rodgers Quarterback
44 Drew Brees Quarterback
43 Santonio Holmes Wide Receiver
42 Eli Manning Quarterback
41 Peyton Manning Quarterback
40 Hines Ward Wide Receiver
39 Deion Branch Wide Receiver
38 Tom Brady Quarterback
37 Dexter Jackson Defensive Back
36 Tom Brady Quarterback
35 Ray Lewis Linebackers
34 Kurt Warner Quarterback
33 John Elway Quarterback
32 Terrell Davis Running Back
31 Desmond Howard Wide Receiver
30 Larry Brown Defensive Back
29 Steve Young Quarterback
28 Emmitt Smith Running Back
27 Troy Aikman Quarterback
26 Mark Rypien Quarterback
25 Ottis Anderson Running Back
24 Joe Montana Quarterback
23 Jerry Rice Wide Receiver
22 Doug Williams Quarterback
21 Phil Simms Quarterback
20 Richard Dent Defensive
19 Joe Montana Quarterback
18 Marcus Allen Running Back
17 John Riggins Running Back
16 Joe Montana Quarterback
15 Jim Plunkett Quarterback
14 Terry Bradshaw Quarterback
13 Terry Bradshaw Quarterback
12 Randy White & Harvey Martin Defensive
11 Fred Biletnifkoff Wide Receiver
10 Lynn Swann Quarterback
9 Franco Harris Running Back
8 Larry Csonka Running Back
7 Jake Scott Defensive Back
6 Roger Staubach Quarterback
5 Chuck Howley Linebacker
4 Len Dawson Quarterback
3 Joe Namath Quarterback
2 Bart Starr Quarterback
1 Bart Starr Quarterback

The Super Bowl MVP has actually been awarded 52 times in the 51-year history of the game, as there were co-MVPs in Super Bowl 12 with Harvey Martin and Randy White splitting the honors for the Dallas Cowboys. To date, the only man who has won the Super Bowl MVP award for the losing team was Chuck Howley of the Cowboys. Dallas lost Super Bowl 5 to the Baltimore Colts 16-13, but it wasn't a particularly great game in terms of the stat sheet. No one scored more than one touchdown on the day. Earl Morrall and Johnny Unitas split time at quarterback rather ineffectively, and outside of a 75-yard TD reception by John Mackey, there wasn't really a "wow" play in the game. Howley intercepted two passes, making him the first man to ever have two picks for his career in a Super Bowl, let alone two in the same game.

A total of 22 of the 51 Super Bowl MVPs went on to the Hall of Fame, and there are at least a dozen others who will have their busts in Canton when they end up retiring.

Only six players in the history of the Super Bowl have won both Super Bowl MVP and regular season MVP, and there are only 10 examples of men who won the regular season MVP award and then the Super Bowl in the same season. The last in both cases was Kurt Warner with the St. Louis Rams in Super Bowl 36. Matt Ryan probably had his mitts on the Super Bowl MVP award had the Falcons not blown a 25-point lead in Super Bowl 51, and that would have made him next in line to win both Super Bowl MVP and regular season MVP in the same year.

Super Bowl MVPs By Position

Quarterback 29 Nick Foles, Super Bowl 52
Wide Receiver 8 Julian Edelman, Super Bowl 53
Running Back 7 Terrell Davis, Super Bowl 32
Linebacker 4 Von Miller, Super Bowl 50
Defensive Lineman 3 Richard Dent, Super Bowl 20
Defensive Back 3 Dexter Jackson, Super Bowl 37

Of the 52 Super Bowl MVPs, 10 of them have come from the defensive side of the ball, while 42 have been on offense. If we want to be technical about it, Desmond Howard didn't win the Super Bowl MVP for his efforts in Super Bowl 31 for the Green Bay Packers because of his offense. He had the 99-yard kick return for a touchdown that effectively put the game away late in the third quarter and had 244 combined kick return yards for the day.

The Super Bowl MVP has been awarded to the winning quarterback 55 percent of the time in the league's history, though it should be noted that two of the last four Super Bowl MVPs came from the defensive side of the ball and weren't quarterbacks.

Two or More NFL Super Bowl MVP Awards

4 Tom Brady 36, 38, 49, 51
3 Joe Montana 19, 24, 26
2 Eli Manning 42, 46
2 Bart Starr 1, 2

There is no debate left about Tom Brady being the top dog in NFL history. His epic comeback was one for the ages in Super Bowl 51 to lift the Patriots over the Falcons, and that not only made him the first five-time Super Bowl winner as a starting quarterback, but it also made him the first man to win Super Bowl MVP four times.

There are only four men in the history of the NFL to win the Super Bowl MVP award at least twice. Joe Montana won it three times, while Eli Manning and Bart Starr won it twice. Starr won each of the first two Super Bowl MVP awards, and his feat of back-to-back Super Bowl MVPs has not since been replicated. Even though there won't be odds to win Super Bowl MVP posted until January 2018, Brady would be the favorite to do so since his Patriots have opened up as the clear +650 favorites to win the Super Bowl for a second straight season.

No man has won Super Bowl MVP on two different teams in his career, and Brady easily holds the record for the longest span of time between Super Bowl MVPs, going 11 years between his second and third Super Bowl MVPs in Super Bowls 38 and 49.

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