MVP Super Bowl Odds

December 1, 2010 NFL Football

Super Bowl odds have a number of different options for the big game including the choice to bet on which player will win the MVP award.

As you look at Super Bowl betting you have the choice of betting on a variety of players in MVP Super Bowl odds. Super Bowl odds will always be popular on the side and total but propositions, including MVP Super Bowl odds have gained popularity as well. Many times in MVP Super Bowl odds you will see the quarterbacks as the favorites.

 Running backs usually get the next lowest Super Bowl odds while wide receivers and defensive stars are next. One of the favorites in MVP Super Bowl odds betting is Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. That is somewhat surprising considering Roethlisberger is not a big stats quarterback. When Pittsburgh won the Super Bowl against Seattle he really didn’t do a whole lot. Wide receiver Hines Ward actually won the MVP award that year. Last year’s winner in Super Bowl odds was New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning. Joe Montana is the only player to win three Super Bowl MVP awards while Bart Starr, Terry Bradshaw and Tom Brady have won the award twice. Super Bowl betting history shows that only once has the MVP award gone to a player from the losing team in the Super Bowl and that was in 1971 as Dallas Cowboys linebacker Chuck Howley won the award. Super Bowl odds history tells us that only once have co-MVP’s been chosen and that was in Super Bowl XII as Harvey Martin and Randy White shared the award for the Cowboys. The Super Bowl MVP award usually goes to quarterbacks. They have won the award 22 times in the 42 previous Super Bowls as Super Bowl betting history shows.

If you are looking at MVP Super Bowl odds this year you will see the quarterbacks leading the list. Big Ben, Donovan McNabb, Kurt Warner and Joe Flacco are the four quarterbacks remaining. If you think a defensive player will win the award (it has only happened 8 times in history) then Ray Lewis, Ed Reed and Troy Polamalu are solid choices in Super Bowl odds. Lewis won the award in 2000. If you think a running back will win the MVP in Super Bowl betting then the obvious choices are Brian Westbrook and Willie Parker.

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