Super Bowl LII Betting Odds & Prediction for MVP Award.

Early Super Bowl LII Betting Odds & Prediction for MVP Award

Written by on January 22, 2018

While the complete list of Super Bowl LII Betting Odds has not been released as of yet and the current odds seen here are almost surely going to change, there’s nothing wrong with formulating your Super Bowl LII MVP betting plan right now! Thanks to this early look at some Super Bowl LII MVP Odds you can find out there and some expert NFL analysis, you’re going to have a great chance to cash in with a potentially winning player props odds wager on the final game of the 2017 season!

Early Super Bowl LII Betting Odds & Prediction for MVP Award

Tom Brady

  • Team: New England Patriots
  • Position: Quarterback
  • Super Bowl LII Betting Odds for MVP: +140
Is there any doubt that Brady should be the Super Bowl MVP favorite after winning the award in Super Bowl 36, 38, 49 and 51? Arguably the greatest quarterback in NFL history, Brady has won more title game MVP awards than any other player in league history, although he’s strangely only won two regular season MVP awards. If the Patriots beat the Eagles, Brady will almost assuredly be the main reason why!

Nick Foles +1400

  • Team: Philadelphia Eagles
  • Position: Quarterback
  • Super Bowl LII Betting Odds for MVP: +1400
Okay, after Nick Foles struggled down the stretch run of the regular season after taking over for star quarterback Carson Wentz, I ripped him and gave Philadelphia no chance of winning either of their playoff games against Atlanta and Minnesota this postseason. However, after seeing Foles throw for over 350 yards with three TD passes against the Vikings’ league-leading defense, I’m thinking he’s got a real chance

Rob Gronkowski +1500

  • Team: New England Patriots
  • Position: Tight End
  • Super Bowl LII Betting Odds for MVP: +1500
Well, no tight end has ever won a Super Bowl MVP award, but Gronk could be the first if he breaks free for a game-changing catch or two. Then again, Philly’s defense doesn’t look like they’re letting anyone run free and Gronk clearly isn’t the player he was a few years ago, with all of the injuries he’s had.

Brandin Cooks +2200

  • Team: New England Patriots
  • Position: Wide Receiver
  • Super Bowl LII Betting Odds for MVP: +2200
Cooks is offering some really good value as Brady’s No. 1 wide receiver after racking up 1,082 receiving yards this season and seven touchdowns. If he breaks free for a big catch, it could happen, seeing as how six wide receivers have won a Super Bowl MVP award.

Dion Lewis

  • Team: New England Patriots
  • Position: Running Back
  • Super Bowl LII Betting Odds for MVP: +2500
The versatile running back will get his share of touches and that means he’ll have a decent chance to win it after rushing for 896 yards and six Tds and catching 32 passes for 214 yards and three additional scores.

Chris Hogan

  • Team: New England Patriots
  • Position: Wide Receiver
  • Super Bowl LII Betting Odds for MVP: +3300
Um, not gonna happen. Hogan simply isn’t running away from anyone on Philadelphia’s defense!

Zach Ertz

  • Team: Philadelphia Eagles
  • Position: Tight End
  • Super Bowl LII Betting Odds for MVP: +4000
The Eagles’ tight end was very productive in catching 74 passes for a team-high 824 yards and eight touchdowns this season. If Philly wins and Ertz makes a couple of huge catches, it could happen. Just remember, no tight end has ever won a Super Bowl MVP. Zach Ertz is one of the top targets for Nick Foles, which is why his Super Bowl LII Betting Odds to win the MVP should improve the next week.

Jay Ajayi

  • Team: Philadelphia Eagles
  • Position: Running Back
  • Super Bowl LII Betting Odds for MVP: +5000
As a lifelong Dolphins fan, I’m still baffled as to why my Fins gave away the Pro Bowl – and clearly gifted – running back for virtually nothing! In 14 combined games with Miami and Philly, Ajayi rushed for 873 yards and one score while adding 34 receptions for additional 158 yards and one TD. I don’t think New England’s defense lets him run free very often, but I’m not ruling anything out for Ajayi. Besides, seven running backs have won a Super Bowl MVP.

James White

  • Team: New England Patriots
  • Position: Running Back
  • Super Bowl LII Betting Odds for MVP: +5000
Let’s repeat the same thing I wrote about Chris Hogan. James White isn’t running away from anyone football bettors!

Alshon Jeffrey and Nelson Agholor

  • Team: Philadelphia Eagles
  • Position: Wide Receivers
  • Super Bowl LII Betting Odds for MVP: +5000 / +8000
Jeffrey had a fine first season in Philly by catching 57 passes for 789 yards with nine scores and Nelson Agholor is blossoming in his third season after hauling in 62 passes for 768 yards and eight Tds. Both Philly wideouts have been huge this postseason and I believe both are offering some of the best MVP value on the board!