Hurts, Mahomes Lead the Way as SB57 MVP Favorites

  • Jalen Hurts has +110 odds to win the Super Bowl MVP.
  • There are +135 odds on Patrick Mahomes to win the SB57 MVP.
  • Travis Kelce could be the first tight end to win SB MVP.

PHOENIX – The most prestigious award for Super Bowl champions is the Super Bowl MVP and in Super Bowl 57, there are several big names to bet on that could win the award.

The award has been dominated by the quarterback position winning 31 of the awards in history. That said, it is no surprise that Super Bowl 57 betting sites have Jalen Hurts and Patrick Mahomes listed with the two shortest odds to win with Hurts owning the slight advantage.

Super Bowl 57 MVP Odds

  • Jalen Hurts +115
  • Patrick Mahomes +135
  • Travis Kelce +900
  • A.J. Brown +1200
  • Devonta Smith +2200
  • Miles Sanders +2800

QBs To Stay Dominating

Both Jalen Hurts and Patrick Mahomes have been playing at career-high levels all season and are sure to continue that play into Super Bowl 57. One of the strongest indications that one of them is going to walk away as the SB57 MVP is that they are two of the top five finalists for the regular season MVP.

Hurts’ makes a strong case for his SB57 MVP odds given his dual-threat ability that has been on display all season. He lost one game as a starter this season, threw for the tenth most passing yards, (3,701), and is tied for the most rushing touchdowns (13).

If he continues his winning style of play in the Super Bowl, he is a lock to win the award if Philly wins.

Patrick Mahomes, on the other hand, already has a Super Bowl MVP to his name, but if the Chiefs do win, he is one of just two players that have a realistic chance of winning the award. Mahomes is the leader of the regular season MVP finalists leading the league in passing yards (5,250), passing touchdowns (41), and QBR (77.5).

Travis Kelce Makes History

No tight end in the history of the NFL has ever won the Super Bowl MVP so the fact that a generational talent in Travis Kelce has a chance should have bettors jumping on this at every opportunity. He has the shortest MVP odds of any tight end in recent history. He led the Kansas City Chiefs receiving game this season with a career-high and league top-5 numbers in receptions (110), touchdowns (12), and was top-10 in receiving yards (1,338).

If he wants to be considered for the MVP of Super Bowl 57, he’d likely need to post 2+ touchdowns and have north of 100 scrimmage yards in the game.

Philly Receivers Make An Argument

Both A.J. Brown and Devonta Smith are undoubtedly the leaders of the Philadelphia Eagles receiver room. Both of them posted 1,100+ yard seasons through the air with Smith having 7 touchdowns and Browns with 11. Each have 135+ targets as well.

Similar to Kelce’s route to win the MVP, they would need to pull in at least two touchdowns, however, they would need to see 120+ yards to win the award.

Super Bowl MVP Prop Odds

Aside from betting on just the winner of the MVP award, one Super Bowl prop bet that is hosted every year comes in what the winner will say in their postgame interview. Some options include their families, religion, team, etc.

Who Will The Super Bowl 57 MVP Mention First In Speech?

  • Teammates -135
  • God Or Jesus +150
  • City +900
  • Coach +1500
  • Owner +3000
  • Family Or Family Members +1200
  • Does Not Mention Any Of The Above +1600
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