Do you want to bet on Tom Brady or Eli Manning with your Super Bowl betting wagers?
Super Bowl betting shows that the quarterback is usually the Most Valuable Player in the Super Bowl. In 41 games, a quarterback has been chosen as the MVP a total of 21 times. Super Bowl betting shows that New England’s Tom Brady is already a two-time Super Bowl MVP. Super Bowl betting odds have him the favorite to win this year’s award as well. Joe Montana of the San Francisco 49ers is the only three-time Super Bowl MVP. Looking at this year’s two quarterbacks shows that Tom Brady led the top offense in NFL history setting records along the way. Eli Manning on the other hand was very mediocre in the regular season although he has played well in the playoffs this season. What has helped Manning in the playoffs is that his team has not had to play from way behind. The Giants have never trailed in the playoffs by more than seven points. That has meant the Giants haven’t been forced to throw the ball. And keep in mind that Manning threw 20 interceptions this season, tied for most in the NFL. He may revert back to that form on Sunday.
As you consider Super Bowl betting odds you will see that New England is a prohibitive favorite laying anywhere from 12 to 14 points. Super Bowl betting odds have the total in the mid 50’s. The two teams met earlier this season with New England winning a high scoring game 38-35 which is one reason the Super Bowl betting odds are so high in terms of the total. As the game approaches the Super Bowl betting odds on New England and the total may rise as more people bet the game.
If you are looking at Super Bowl history you may want to consider the Patriots with your Super Bowl betting wagers. Big favorites have done well in past Super Bowls and the best quarterback usually wins. If history holds true with those Super Bowl betting facts then the Patriots will win the game and Brady will win another MVP.