- Lamar Jackson is favored to win the Super Bowl 58 MVP at +300 odds.
- Brock Purdy has +375 odds to win the SB58 odds.
- A QB has won the Super Bowl MVP in 8 of the last 12 Super Bowls.
LAS VEGAS – With the Wild Card round of the NFL playoffs now done and the Divisional Round upcoming, odds to win the Super Bowl 58 MVP are out with the remaining pool of players listed.
Leading the charge on Super Bowl 58 sportsbooks to win the Super Bowl MVP is Baltimore Ravens QB, Lamar Jackson.
Super Bowl 58 MVP Odds
- Lamar Jackson +300
- Brock Purdy +375
- Josh Allen +500
- Christian McCaffrey +600
- Patrick Mahomes +750
- Jared Goff +1200
- C.J Stroud +2800
- Deebo Samuel +2800
- Baker Mayfield +3300
- Jordan Love +3300
- Nick Bosa +4000
- George Kittle +4500
- Brandon Aiyuk +5000
- Amon-Ra St. Brown +6000
- Aaron Jones +7000
- James Cook +7500
- Mark Andrews +7500
- Stefon Diggs +8000
Jackson’s Super Bowl 58 MVP odds are favored considering the Ravens odds to win the Super Bowl (+275) are just second behind the San Francisco 49ers. Jackson practically carried the Ravens to their success this season with 3,678 passing yards, 821 rushing yards which leads the team, and 29 total touchdowns. It’s safe to say that if Baltimore goes on to win the Super Bowl, he is a lock to win the award.
Following Jackson, on the San Francisco 49ers, both Brock Purdy (+375) and Christian McCaffrey (+600) are both threats to win the award as well. In total they are responsible for 47 touchdowns and have really led the Niners far ahead of the rest of the conference. As far as making it to the Super Bowl, both of their real threats were eliminated in the Wild Card round in the Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles.
Other names such as Patrick Mahomes, Jared Goff, Josh Allen, and even Travis Kelce are all names to consider as well being that that each of them would offer tremendous value if their teams won the Super Bowl.
History Of The Super Bowl MVP
When betting on the Super Bowl 58 MVP odds, the main piece of info to take into consideration are the positions that have won the award in the past. The Super Bowl MVP is primarily won by the quarterback as the offense runs through them and they could make or break the outcome based on their performance alone.
Over 57 Super Bowls, 32 quarterbacks have walked away as the MVP of the game. That includes 8 of the last 12 Super Bowls as well.
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