Super Bowl LIII MVP Odds & Picks

Super Bowl LIII MVP Odds & Picks

The New England Patriots are playing in their third straight Super Bowl, and Tom Brady is the heavy favorite to win his fifth Super Bowl MVP.

Standing in the way are Jared Goff and the Los Angeles Rams. Goff is the second Super Bowl MVP favorite while the Rams are 2.5-point underdogs to win the Vince Lombardy Trophy.

Super Bowl LIII MVP Odds & Picks

Super Bowl LIII MVP Favorites

Super Bowl quarterbacks are almost always team favorites to win MVP honors for the big game. This year is no different. A quarterback has won MVP in seven of the past 10 Super Bowls.

  • Tom Brady (Pats) +110
  • Jared Goff (Rams) +225

Brady’s postseason stat lines are amazing. He has thrown for 691 yards, 2 TDs and 2 INTs in a pair of postseason games. Goff’s numbers are more pedestrian at 483 yards, 1 TD and 1 INT.

Super Bowl LIII MVP Contenders

Next up on the MVP odds sheet are the Rams rushing duo of Todd Gurley and C. J. Anderson. Gurley was the rushing leader for most of the season until a late-season knee injury slowed him down. The Rams from office brought in three time cast-off Anderson to fill the hole.

  • Todd Gurley (Rams) +1350
  • C. J. Anderson (Rams) +1800
  • Aaron Donald (Rams) +1850
  • Sony Michel (Pats) +2000
  • James White (Pats) +2500
  • Julian Edelman (Pats) +2600
  • Robert Woods (Rams) +4000
  • Brandin Cooks (Rams) +4000
  • Rob Gronkowski (Pats) +4500

Anderson’s employment record over the past ten months is surprising. The Broncos released him after five seasons that included more than 3,000 yards, a Pro Bowl and two Super Bowls. He was then signed and released by the Panthers after nine games and 24 carries. Then in Week 15, Jon Gruden signed and released the back after five days and zero games in a Raiders uniform. He was finally signed by the Rams a week before Christmas after Gurley dinged his knee and backup Malcolm Brown went down for the season. Anderson has played three games with the Rams and put up MVP numbers. He had 167 yards against the Cardinals, 132 against the 49ers, 123 and two touchdowns in the divisional-round victory over the Cowboys. At 27 years old he still has a few good years left in the tank.

Super Bowl LIII MVP Longshots

  • Dante Fowler Jr. (Rams) +7500
  • Aquib Talib (Rams) +8000
  • Rex Burkhead (Pats) +8000
  • Trey Flowers (Pats) +10000
  • Josh Reynolds (Rams) +10000
  • Adrian Clayborn (Pats) +10000
  • Chris Hogan (Pats) +10000
  • Cory Littleton (Rams) +10000
  • Marcus Peters (Rams) +11500
  • Ndamukong Suh (Rams) +12500
  • Kyle Van Noy (Pats) +12500
  • Greg Zuerlein (Rams) +12500
  • John Johnson (Rams) +15000
  • Dont’a Hightower (Pats) +15000
  • Cordarelle Patterson (Pats) +15000
  • Michael Brockers (Rams) +15000
  • Stephen Gostkowski (Pats) +15000
  • Stephon Gilmore (Pats) +15000
  • Brandon King (Pats) +15000
  • Gerald Everett (Rams) +20000
  • Dwayne Allen (Pats) +25000
  • Malcolm Brown (Rams) +25000
  • Sam Shields (Rams) +25000
  • Matt Longacre (Rams) +25000
  • Nickell Robey-Coleman (Rams) +25000
  • Tyler Higbee (Rams) +25000
  • Lamarcus Joyner (Rams) +25000
  • Patrick Chung (Pats) +25000
  • Phillip Dorsett (Pats) +25000
  • Mark Barron (Rams) +25000
  • Deatrich Wise Jr. (Pats) +27500
  • Lawrence Guy (Pats) +27500
  • Devin McCourty (Pats) +27500
  • Elandon Roberts (Pats) +30000
  • James Develin (Pats) +42500
  • JoJo Natson (Rams) +50000
  • Stephen Anderson (Pats) +50000
  • John Marshall Kelly Jr (Rams) +50000
  • Johnny Mundt (Rams) +50000
  • Justin Davis (Rams) +50000
  • Matthew Slater (Pats) +50000
  • Khadarel Hodge (Rams) +50000
  • John Kelly (Rams) +50000