Super Bowl MVP: Tom Brady Odds to Win Super Bowl 55 MVP in 2021
By Max Staley
Outside of the Lombardi Trophy itself, one of the most prestigious awards on the line for this week's Kansas City Chiefs vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers showdown is the Super Bowl MVP award.
FanDuel Sportsbook has Super Bowl MVP odds available for a ton of players. One of the most obvious candidates for the award is four-time Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady.
Tom Brady Super Bowl MVP Odds
Brady's odds to win the Super Bowl MVP award have him sitting at +200, giving him the second-best odds among all players, per FanDuel Sportsbook. He only trails the favorite, Patrick Mahomes (-105), but there's a massive gap between Brady and the third-place Travis Kelce, who is available at +1400.
It makes sense that these two passers are comfortably atop the odds, because this award almost always goes to quarterbacks. In fact, eight of the past 11 Super Bowl MVPs have been quarterbacks. And it's not exactly hard to make a Super Bowl MVP case for Tom Brady.
In his six Super Bowl wins, Brady has taken home this award four times. He's also averaging 332.8 passing yards over his last six outings, tossing 17 touchdowns to 4 interceptions during that span. If the Bucs pull off the upset and Brady's numbers look anything like they have recently, it's hard to see this award going to anyone else.
Bettors that like Tampa Bay to win this game outright should think long and hard about taking TB12 to win his fifth Super Bowl MVP.
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