- Patrick Mahomes odds to win the Super Bowl MVP are sitting at -105.
- Only two other players have won back-to-back Super Bowl MVP’s.
TAMPA, Fla. - With the Super Bowl matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers now set in stone, Patrick Mahomes will not only be trying to lead the Chiefs to a second straight Super Bowl win, but also be trying to win his second straight Super Bowl MVP as well.
Sportsbooks with Super Bowl odds have Mahomes doing just that as he is heavily favored to walk away with the honors for a second straight time.
Super Bowl LV – MVP Winner
- Patrick Mahomes -105
- Tom Brady +225
- Travis Kelce +1100
- Tyreek Hill +1200
- Leonard Fournette +2500
- Chris Godwin +2500
- Tyrann Mathieu +2500
- Devin White +2500
- Clyde Edwards-Helaire +3000
- Darrel Williams +3000
- Mecole Hardman +3000
If his regular-season stats can transpire into his Super Bowl performance, he has nothing to worry about. Mahomes finished the regular season throwing for 4,740 passing yards, 38 touchdowns and six interceptions.
Back To Back Super Bowl MVPs
Patrick Mahomes is looking to go back-to-back when it comes to winning the Super Bowl MVP and certainly has what it takes and the odds to do so.
If Mahomes were to win the Super Bowl MVP for a second time, he would be joining some elite company as only two other players have won the Super Bowl MVP award in consecutive years. Those players are Bart Starr, who won it in Super Bowl I and II for the Green Bay Packers, and Terry Bradshaw who won them at Super Bowl XIII and XIV for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Even more impressive, the last time that this happened was 41 years ago - a huge feature that could be added to his already-crazy resume.
The Brady Affect
If there was anyone that would hold back Patrick Mahomes from winning the Super Bowl MVP, it would be Tom Brady. Brady has proved that he is ageless as he finished his season going for 4,633 passing yards and 40 touchdowns which are the third and second-most in his career.
The one thing that Super Bowl bettors should not forget is that Tom Brady has way more playoff and Super Bowl experience than Mahomes has. Not to mention, he has four Super Bowl MVP’s to his name already in which two of them have come in the last six years.
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