Let’s take a look at the Super Bowl odds for the MVP prop. Superbowl props include a large number of choices for gamblers to choose from. One of the Superbowl props that will keep you in action for the entire game is the MVP award prop.
This wager won’t actually be decided until just after the game is over. Who is the favorite to win this Superbowl props choice?
In past history of the MVP award the quarterback has won just over half the time in Super Bowl odds history. The two favorites in Superbowl props odds for the MVP award are Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and Arizona quarterback Kurt Warner. They are both at about 2-1 in Super Bowl odds. Big Ben didn’t win the award a few years ago when Pittsburgh defeated Seattle in Super Bowl XL. The award went to Hines Ward. Could a receiver win it again this year? Arizona’s Larry Fitzgerald has the next lowest Superbowl props odds at 5-1. He is followed by Pittsburgh running back Willie Parker at about 6-1. Pittsburgh safety Troy Polamalu is listed at 12-1. There are a few players at about 15-1 in Superbowl props odds. They are Arizona receiver Anquan Boldin, the previously mentioned Hines Ward, Cardinals running backs Edgerrin James and Tim Hightower and Pittsburgh receiver Santonio Holmes.
There are a number of longshots to win the MVP award in Super Bowl odds. Many of these players are on the defensive side of the ball. In additioin to Polamalu, Pittsburgh has James Farrior and James Harrison as longshots in Superbowl props odds. Arizona has Adrian Wilson, Karlos Dansby and Dominique Rodgers Cromartie as longshots in Superbowl props oddds.
A few other longshots in Superbowl props odds are Heath Miller at 35-1, Nate Washington and Steve Breaston at 40-1, Gary Russell at 50-1, J.J. Arrington at 65-1. If you don’t like any of the above choices you can take the field at 8-1 in Superbowl props odds. Open a New Account and bet on the Super Bowl 43 at SBG Global!