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Super Bowl 52 MVP Odds & Picks

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If you’re making plans to bet on Super Bowl 52 and you’re considering making an MVP award wager, then you’ve come to the right place!

Super Bowl 52 MVP Odds & Picks

First, you should know that 28 quarterbacks have won the Super Bowl MVP award. Seven running backs have also claimed the hardware and six wide receivers. Four linebackers have also won the Super Bowl MVP award, while two defensive ends and an identical two safeties have also won it. One cornerback, one defensive tackle, and one kick returner have also all claimed the Super Bowl MVP award.

Philadelphia Eagles (15-3) vs. New England Patriots (15-3) 
When: Sunday, February 4, 2018 at 6:30 PM ET 
Where: U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, MN
Spread: New England -4
Over/Under: 48.5 
TV: NBC
Stream: NBC Sports Live

The Super Bowl 52 MVP Favorite: Tom Brady -125

Brady is the prohibitive favorite for a reason NFL bettors. First and foremost, the ageless 40-year-old already has won more Super Bowl MVP awards than anyone in history. Brady claimed the MVP hardware for his efforts in Super Bowls 36, 38, 49 and 51?

Along with head coach Bill Belichick, the five-time Super Bowl winner is the game’s greatest problem solver of all time. If he can decode Philly’s stout defense to lead New England to their sixth Super Bowl title, he stands the best chance of winning the Super Bowl 52 MVP award.

The Super Bowl 52 MVP Smart Pick: Nick Foles +325

After struggling down the stretch run of the regular season after taking over for star quarterback Carson Wentz in Week 14, Foles played solid football in the divisional round against Atlanta and took his game to another level in the NFC Championship by torching Minnesota’s league-leading defense for 352 yards with three TD passes and no interceptions. If Foles can play like that against Minnesota’s defense, I see no reason why he can’t duplicate a performance like that against the Patriots, particularly seeing as how New England finished the regular season ranked 30th against the pass.

The Super Bowl Longshot MVP Pick: Nelson Agholor +5000

I know a wide receiver hasn’t won the MVP award since former Pittsburgh Steelers wideout Santonio Holmes did back in 2009, but I like the big play ability of Philadelphia wideout Nelson Agholor and I believe he could pull off the big MVP stunner if he makes one or two game-changing catches. I know the former USC star has only had three catches in each of Philly’s two games this postseason for s combined 83 yards, but he’s had four games this season of at least six catches, including a seven-catch effort for 141 yards and one score against Seattle in Week 12. Agholor is definitely a longshot, but it could happen if Philly wins!

Super Bowl 52 MVP Odds

  • Tom Brady 4/5
  • Nick Foles 13/4
  • Rob Gronkowski 17/2
  • Jay Ajayi 18/1
  • Danny Amendola 18/1
  • Zach Ertz 18/1
  • Dion Lewis 18/1
  • Alshon Jeffrey 20/1
  • Brandin Cooks 22/1
  • LeGarette Blount 40/1
  • Fletcher Cox 40/1
  • James White 40/1
  • Nelson Agholor 50/1
  • Rex Burkhead 50/1
  • Jake Elliott 50/1
  • Stephen Gostkowski 50/1
  • Chris Hogan 50/1
  • Torrey Smith 75/1
  • Malcolm Butler 100/1
  • Patrick Chung 100/1
  • Corey Clement 100/1
  • James Harrison 100/1
  • Devin McCourty 100/1
  • Nigel Bradham 200/1
  • Trey Burton 200/1
  • Ronald Darby 200/1
  • Phillip Dorsett 200/1
  • Trey Flowers 200/1
  • Ricky Jean Francois 200/1
  • Brandon Graham 200/1
  • Corey Graham 200/1
  • Lawrence Guy 200/1
  • Malcolm Jenkins 200/1
  • Mychal Kendricks 200/1
  • Rodney McLeod 200/1
  • Jalen Mills 200/1
  • Patrick Robinson 200/1
  • Kyle Van Noy 200/1
  • Field 20/1