Super Bowl MVP Odds Show Tight Race Between Aaron Rodgers and Patrick Mahomes as Early Favorites

David Kaestle
Patrick Mahomes and Aaron Rodgers are the favorites to win Super Bowl MVP.
Patrick Mahomes and Aaron Rodgers are the favorites to win Super Bowl MVP. / Quinn Harris/Getty Images

While we are still a few weeks out and two games away from the Super Bowl, the odds for who will be the eventual MVP of Super Bowl 55 are beginning to tighten.

Super Bowl MVP Odds

The award has become somewhat of a quarterbacks award, and the odds are in line with that. Aaron Rodgers (+300) and Patrick Mahomes (+310), the quarterbacks of the two teams favored during Championship Weekend, are the two leaders in the odds to win Super Bowl MVP.

Aaron Rodgers Super Bowl MVP Odds

Rodgers has all but locked up the regular-season MVP award, and that's what is probably giving him the slight edge over Mahomes here in the betting market. The Packers are 3-point home favorites over Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the NFC Championship Game.

Tom Brady Super Bowl MVP Odds

Brady himself sits in fourth place in the odds at +600. If they are able to go win a playoff game at Lambeau Field, those odds will surely jump.

Josh Allen Super Bowl MVP Odds

Josh Allen has the third-best odds at +460. His Buffalo Bills are also 3-point road underdogs in the AFC Championship Game.

Following the quarterbacks, you have Davante Adams (+1500), Travis Kelce (+2200), Stefon Diggs (+2500), Aaron Jones (+2800) and Tyreek Hill (+2800). There is then a huge drop-off to Clyde Edwards-Helaire (+6500) and Mike Evans (+7500).

Tyrann Mathieu comes in as the top defensive player at +7500.

If you're looking to make a bet on the Super Bowl MVP odds you stand to get some potential value in making a pick before the Championship games, but you run the risk of losing out entirely before the Super Bowl even happens since half the players will be eliminate this weekend.

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