- Aaron Rodgers is favored to win the Super Bowl 56 MVP with +450 odds.
- Patrick Mahomes has +500 odds to win the Super Bowl MVP.
LOS ANGELES – With the NFL Playoffs beginning on Saturday, there are already odds on who is going to win the Super Bowl 56 MVP. Super Bowl MVP odds are usually posted once the playoffs start and shift as the playoffs go on and teams get eliminated.
In the opening Super Bowl MVP odds, Aaron Rodgers has opened up as the favorite to win MVP, however, he is followed close behind by Patrick Mahomes.
Super Bowl 56 MVP Odds
- Aaron Rodgers +450
- Patrick Mahomes +500
- Tom Brady +800
- Josh Allen +800
- Ryan Tannehill +1000
- Dak Prescott +1200
- Matthew Stafford +1200
- Joe Burrow +2000
- Kyler Murray +2500
- Mac Jones +2500
- Jimmy Garoppolo +2500
- Derek Carr +7000
Rodgers And Mahomes Above The Rest
Rodgers is opening up as the favorite to win the Super Bowl MVP being that not only are the Green Bay Packers favored to win the Super Bowl but NFL sportsbooks also have him heavily favored to win the NFL MVP.
The reason that Mahomes follows close behind is that the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl odds are the second shortest on the odds board.
Both Rodgers and Mahomes are no strangers to winning the Super Bowl MVP. Rodgers won it in 2011 at Super Bowl 45 while Mahomes won it in 2020 for Super Bowl 54.
Rodgers and Mahomes capped off the regular season in incredible fashion. Rodgers finished his season with 4,115 passing yards (10th), 37 touchdowns (tied 4th), 4 interceptions (1st), and a QBR of 68.8 (1st). Mahomes, on the other hand, finished with 4,839 passing yards (4th), 37 touchdowns (tied 4th), 13 interceptions (19th), and a 62.6 QBR (5th).
Both players certainly are not shy of big moments and there is nothing bigger than the playoffs. That being said with both the Packers and Chiefs favored to make the Super Bowl, a bet on either one could turn out profitable.
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