American football betting odds to be Super Bowl 51 MVP

August 29th, 2019 NFL Football

When it comes to American football betting odds to be Super Bowl 51 MVP, many are called to place your NFL line bet on, but few are chosen:

  • · Chris Hogan (Patriots) +3025
  • · Deion Jones (Falcons) +25000
  • · Devin McCourty (Patriots) +15000
  • · Devonta Freeman (Falcons) +2225
  • · Dion Lewis (Patriots) +3325
  • · Jabaal Sheard (Patriots) +20000
  • · James White (Patriots) +15000
  • · Julian Edelman (Patriots) +1525
  • · Julio Jones (Falcons) +1275
  • · Keanu Neal (Falcons) +30000
  • · LeGarrette Blount (Patriots) +2025
  • · Logan Ryan (Patriots) +30000
  • · Malcolm Butler (Patriots) +10000
  • · Martellus Bennett (Patriots) +6650
  • · Matt Bryant (Falcons) +40000
  • · Matt Ryan (Falcons) +195
  • · Mohamed Sanu (Falcons) +6625
  • · Patrick Chung (Patriots) +20000
  • · Ricardo Allen (Falcons) +25000
  • · Stephen Gostkowski (Patriots) +25000
  • · Taylor Gabriel (Falcons) +7025
  • · Tevin Coleman (Falcons) +5050
  • · Tom Brady (Patriots) -120
  • · Trey Flowers (Patriots) +20000
  • · Vic Beasley Jr (Falcons) +8000

Tom Brady is the best NFL line bet to be the Most Valuable Player of the championship game, and Matt Ryan is a close second. The rest are, as the saying goes, just happy to be nominated. Brady is a four-time Super Bowl champion and three-time Super Bowl MVP. He has won more postseason games than any other QB, has appeared in more postseason games than any other player at any position, and has the most combined regular season/postseason wins of any quarterback in league history. In 2016, Brady threw 292 of 432 (67.4%) for 3554 yards with 28 TDs and two picks in 12 regular season games, and has thrown 50 of 80 (62.5%) for 671 yards with five TDs and two picks in two playoffs games in 2017.

Ryan, on the other hand, has racked up many accomplishments in his career, including the following: four-time Pro Bowl, First-team All-Pro, PFWA NFL Most Valuable Player, Bert Bell Award, and NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year. Additionally, he has the most wins in a regular season by a Falcons starting quarterback. However, he does not have as much postseason experience as Brady, which accounts in part for the latter being the American football betting favorite to be the Super Bowl MVP. Ryan has reached the playoffs five times; in 2008, 2010, and 2011, the Falcons were eliminated in the wild card round, and in 2012 they lost the NFC championship game to the 49ers. This season, Atlanta beat the Seahawks in the divisional round and defeated the Packers in the NFC championship game. On the other hand, Brady wasn’t born a Super Bowl MVP; there had to be a first time, just like this time could be Ryan’s time – especially with the season he had. In 2016, Matty Ice went 373 of 534 (69.9%) for 4944 yards with 38 TDs and seven picks (career-highs for completion percentage, passer rating, passing yards, passing yards per attempt, and passing yards per game) in 16 regular season games, and is 53 of 75 (70.6%) for 730 yards with seven TDs and no interceptions in two postseason games in 2017.

All things considered, the QB of the winning team will almost definitely be named MVP, and the Pats are the American football betting favorites to win the Super Bowl. That means of course that an NFL line bet on Matt Ryan could pay off big.

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