Super Bowl MVP odds: Latest betting lines for Tom Brady, Patrick Mahomes, others

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Super Bowl MVP odds: Latest betting lines for Brady, Mahomes and others originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston

The Super Bowl LV matchup is set, and now football fans have two weeks to study these teams and players before making their bets for the big game.

One of the most popular bets every year is Super Bowl MVP. Quarterbacks have dominated this award since its inception, but there's a lot of value to be had in wagering on a running back, wide receiver or defensive star.

Chiefs open as slim betting favorites in Super Bowl LV vs. Tom Brady, Bucs

As you might expect, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady are the favorites for MVP. Mahomes won Super Bowl LIV MVP last season, and Brady has earned this award in four of the six Super Bowl titles he's won.

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Here are the latest betting lines for Super Bowl LV MVP -- odds provided by our partner, PointsBet Sportsbook.

  • Patrick Mahomes: -110

  • Tom Brady: +200

  • Travis Kelce: +1000

  • Tyreek Hill: +1100

  • Leonard Fournette: +2500

  • Darrel Williams: +3000

  • Clyde Edwards-Helaire: +3000

  • Sammy Watkins: +3000

  • Tyrann Mathieu: +3000

  • Mike Evans: +3000

  • Chris Godwin: +3000

  • Antonio Browns: +4000

  • Mecole Hardman: +5000

  • Ronald Jones II: +5000

  • Devin White: +5000

  • DeMarcus Robinson: +6600

  • Scotty Miller: +6600

  • Rob Gronkowski: +6600

The chances of a quarterback not winning Super Bowl MVP are low, but it has happened a few times recently. 

New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman won Super Bowl LIII MVP after Brady played mediocre against the Los Angeles Rams a few years ago. It was the second time a Patriots wideout had won Super Bowl MVP -- Deion Branch also did it in 2004.

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Since Brady entered the league in 2000, only eight non-quarterbacks have won Super Bowl MVP. Four of them were wide receivers. A running back hasn't won this award since Denver Broncos legend Terrell Davis ran for 157 yards and three touchdowns against the Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl XXXII.

Given all the debate and hype surrounding the two quarterbacks in this matchup, it would be pretty surprising if neither of them won Super Bowl MVP.