Super Bowl 53 Odds To Win MVP | Top 6 Candidates
The quarterback has won the Super Bowl Most Valuable Player award 29 times out of the 52 Super Bowls played. That’s why is not a shocker to see Tom Brady lead the Super Bowl 53 odds to win the MVP once again. But don’t sleep on defensive players that have won a few in recent years and usually have lots of value. Let’s review the players and their odds of winning the award in Super Bowl 2019. Visit our Super Bowl 2019 Prop Guide to see other proposition bets.
Tom Brady -110 (Patriots)
Tom Brady is going on his 9th Super Bowl appearances which it is insane when you say it out loud. From the five Super Bowl victories Brady had in the past he was the game’s MVP four times. The only time he didn’t win it was in 2004 when they gave it to wide receiver Deion Branch. Guess who was throwing the football to Branch? Yes, Tom Brady. Last season the Patriots lost the Super Bowl to the Eagles, but Brady had perhaps his best game ever on a Super Bowl Sunday. He threw 505 yards and three touchdowns. If New England had won the game, he would have gotten another MVP award.
Jared Goff +200 (Rams):
If the Rams win, Goff has a significant chance of getting the MVP award. He does have more value than Brady because, first LA is the underdog, and second, his team has multiple players with opportunities to have a big game. Goff needs a couple of sweet throws as he had in the NFC Championship game against the Saints.
Todd Gurley +1200 (Rams):
Rams tailback Todd Gurley was a complete stud during the first three months of the season. He suffered an injury in December, and he hasn’t been the same. Gurley had four carries for 10 yards against the Saints in the NFC championship game. That’s an absolute travesty for a player of his quality. I’m thinking Sean McVay would set up a game plan to get him a lot more involved in the attack during the Super Bowl. His MVP value is the highest of the top names on both offenses.
Sony Michel +1500 (Patriots):
Like Gurley, Sony Michel is the go-to-guy in the red zone, but for the New England Patriots. Michel has been tremendous in the second half of the season and especially in the playoffs. He didn’t reach the 1000 rushing yards in the regular season but added 242 rushing yards in the playoffs’ wins against the Chargers and Chiefs. Michel also found the end zone five times. He’s getting a massive load of touches. If the trend continues in the Super Bowl, we might have a surprise as the MVP winner.
CJ Anderson +1800 (Rams):
I can believe we are talking about CJ Anderson as the possible MVP for the Super Bowl. Yes, he’s a long shot, but he’s a legitimate threat. Since he joined the Rams he has run for 466 yards in four games and has scored four touchdowns. He’s a heavy runner and a problem for defenses that are not ready for him. When Todd Gurley is not effective Anderson has proven to be the answer.
Aaron Donald +2000 (Rams):
I’m astonished Aaron Donald is 20/1 win the MVP. He’s the best defensive player not only in the game but the in the entire NFL. Donald is coming off the best season of his career with 20.5 sacks and four fumbles forced. He’s such a force that all teams have to game plan against him on every snap. By the way, Donald the reigning Defensive Player of the Year in the NFL and should one the award again this season. A couple of sacks for him and perhaps a fumble forced and he gets the MVP. Believe me, he can put those numbers in a heartbeat.
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