- Aaron Donald has +1500 odds to win Super Bowl MVP.
- Von Miller is a +4000 betting option to win MVP honors in the Super Bowl.
- Jalen Ramsey is a +5000 longshot.
LOS ANGELES - Super Bowl 56 MVP odds are available and a few defensive players have betting lines that may be worth taking.
Which Defensive Players Have A Chance?
There are three different defensive players that NFL betting sites list at +5000 or shorter to win Super Bowl MVP. All three are on the Los Angeles Rams, but which has the best chance?
Aaron Donald (+1500)
Not only does Aaron Donald have the shortest odds of all the defensive players in the game, but he has the fourth-shortest odds overall, trailing just the quarterbacks and Cooper Kupp. Although Donald has just 1.5 sacks through three games this postseason, he’s possibly the best defensive player in the league.
There are very few defensive players that can have as big of an impact as Donald can and if he gets a sack or two and forces a fumble can very well be in the final conversation for Super Bowl MVP.
Von Miller (+4000)
The last defensive player to win Super Bowl MVP was Von Miller in Super Bowl 50 and he can be found at 40-1 to win it again this time around. He’s been elite this postseason, recording 12 total tackles, two sacks and a forced fumble along with a fumble recovery. Given his long odds, he may be worth a bet as Donald will likely be drawing the most attention from the opposing offensive line.
Jalen Ramsey (+5000)
The last cornerback to win Super Bowl MVP was Dexter Jackson in Super Bowl 37 after having two interceptions in the first half. Jalen Ramsey will attempt to win MVP honors and those betting on the NFL can get him at +5000 to do so.
Although Ramsey has just one interception in his last 10 games, he has the potential to make a game-changing play any time he is targeted.
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