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Super Bowl 50 MVP Odds Roundup

The Super Bowl is always the pinnacle of the football calendar for sports bettors, and there’s never any shortage of options to put your money on. But instead of betting on the coin toss (c’mon, how the hell do you handicap a coin toss?), MVP odds should be on your radar.

Everyone’s favorite dabbing signal-caller tops the list at online shop Bovada. Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is a -125 favorite to take home the hardware, with future Hall of Famer Peyton Manning right behind him at +290 and Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly coming in with a price of +1200.

There’s plenty of options outside of the top three, however, history is showing the value has always lied with the men under center in the big game. Since Super Bowl I in 1967, quarterbacks have won the award 27 times, with running backs earning the bragging rights six times and wide receivers also claiming it on six occasions.

Here’s a look at the book’s full list of odds.

Which player will be crowned MVP of Super Bowl 50?

Odds as of February 4 at Bovada

  • Cam Newton -125
  • Peyton Manning +290
  • Luke Kuechly +1200
  • Von Miller +1200
  • C.J. Anderson +1600
  • Ted Ginn Jr. +1600
  • Greg Olsen +2500
  • Jonathan Stewart +2500
  • Demaryius Thomas +2500
  • Emmanuel Sanders +2500
  • Josh Norman +3300
  • Aqib Talib +3300
  • DeMarcus Ware +3300
  • Brandon McManus +5000
  • Graham Gano +6600
  • Ronnie Hillman +6600
  • Owen Daniels +6600
  • Corey Brown +7500
  • Chris Harris Jr. +7500
  • Danny Trevathan +10000
  • Darian Stewart +10000
  • Derek Wolfe +10000
  • Devin Funchess +10000
  • Brandon Marshall +10000
  • Mike Tolbert +10000
  • Kurt Coleman +10000
  • Field +3300

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It’s often said quarterback is the most important in all of sports. No individual player has as much impact on the game as a quarterback does. With that said, it shouldn’t surprise anyone to notice the star power under center for the four remaining teams in the NFL playoffs.

You should never count out “Touchdown Tom”, and online shop 5Dimes is paying its respect to the New England Patriots legend by tabbing him as a +275 favorite to garner the Super Bowl MVP award. Brady—who has won four Super Bowls while suiting up for the Pats, has won the award three times, including last year’s MVP performance that saw him set a record for most completions in the big game (37).

Can Cam Newton dab his way to an MVP performance for the Carolina Panthers? Considering what we’ve seen from the Auburn product (and likely regular season MVP) this year, it would be a fitting end for the highly entertaining superstar. Newton finds himself just behind Brady at +300 odds at the book.

Carson Palmer (+550) and Peyton Manning (+700) have the next likeliest chances to garner the hardware. Considering Palmer has been in the league since 2003 and just got his first postseason win last week, he’s certainly lacking in the big game experience department, but the 36-year-old has done a masterful job of running the Cardinals’ high-flying offense this season and could easily explode once again in San Francisco should they top the Panthers in the Conference Round.

There’s no denying Manning is on his last legs in the NFL, but if he can once again turn back the clock on the biggest stage, there’s plenty of value in taking a shot at him with those odds.

Which player will be crowned MVP of Super Bowl 50?

Odds as of January 18 at 5Dimes

  • Tom Brady +275
  • Cam Newton +300
  • Carson Palmer +550
  • Peyton Manning +700
  • Rob Gronkowski +2500
  • Jonathan Stewart +2500
  • Julian Edelman +2800
  • David Johnson +3300
  • Larry Fitzgerald +4000
  • Greg Olsen +4000
  • Demaryius Thomas +4000
  • Luke Kuechly +5000

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It may seem a little early to wager on who will be named Super Bowl MVP, but the truth is bettors can find an abundance of value in that area with the NFL’s Divisional Round on the horizon. If you’re looking to get in on the action, one sportsbook has already released a prop for the occasion.

According to BetOnline’s odds, Carolina’s Cam Newton, New England’s Tom Brady and Arizona’s Carson Palmer are +550 co-favorites to win the award. Considering how well each signal-caller has performed this year and the high-octane offenses they lead, that shouldn’t come as a surprise to even the most casual of football fans.

Directly behind the aforementioned big three is yet another quarterback who’s proven time and time again he can’t be counted out. Love him or hate him, Russell Wilson is +650 to garner the crown as the best player in the big game. With last year’s epic collapse in the rear-view mirror, Seattle could easily make some noise as one of the best six seeds the NFL has ever seen.

Rounding out the top five is future Hall of Famer Peyton Manning. The Denver Broncos' leader saw his starting role briefly usurped by the much younger Brock Osweiler after he went down with a foot injury, but Manning once again returned as the Broncos’ starter in Week 17 and looked like his normal self.

Experience is worth its weight in gold in the NFL, and Manning has no shortage of it. Will Father Time catch up to him, or does the wily veteran have any magic left? If you think Peyton can lead his Broncos to San Francisco in February, he’s priced at +1000 to win become MVP.

The book’s full list of odds are as follows:

Which player will be crowned MVP of Super Bowl 50?

Odds as of January 12 at BetOnline

  • Cam Newton +550
  • Tom Brady +550
  • Carson Palmer +550
  • Russell Wilson +650
  • Peyton Manning +1000
  • Alex Smith +1200
  • Aaron Rodgers +1400
  • Ben Roethlisberger +1400
  • Rob Gronkowski +2000
  • David Johnson +2500
  • Antonio Brown +3300
  • Demaryius Thomas +4000

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