Winning the NFL MVP is one of the top individual accomplishments a football player can achieve in the regular season. Winning the Super Bowl MVP award, however, is a whole other level of prestige, because it usually comes alongside a Lombardi Trophy. 

The Los Angeles Rams won Super Bowl 56, topping the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20. A player on the winning team nearly always wins the MVP and this year was no different as Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp earned the award. Kupp had eight catches for 92 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-winner. He had pregame odds of +500 at Bovada.

Below, find the Super Bowl 56 MVP betting breakdown, and check back for fresh odds and updates ahead of 2023s Super Bowl 57 in Glendale, Arizona.

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Burrow Tops Super Bowl MVP Odds

The Super Bowl 56 MVP odds had been updated heading into the fourth quarter and Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow was the favorite. The QB had completed 17 of his 24 pass attempts for 221 yards and one touchdown (Tee Higgins).

Second in the Super Bowl 56 MVP odds at that time was the opposing signal-caller, Matthew Stafford, at +125. 

Odds to Win Super Bowl MVP
Player Odds
Joe Burrow -120
Matthew Stafford +125
Tee Higgins +450
Cooper Kupp +900
Odell Beckham Jr. +1800
Joe Mixon +1800
Ja’Marr Chase +2000
Aaron Donald +3000

Odds as of February 13 at Bovada

Super Bowl 56 MVP Result: Rams WR Cooper Kupp (+500 pregame odds, +900 odds heading into the fourth quarter)

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Is Von Miller In Line For Another Super Bowl MVP Award?

Tom Brady went to the Super Bowl 10 times and won the Super Bowl MVP five times, but we know he’s not going to add another award to his collection this year. Maybe, however, we can have a repeat winner in LA linebacker Von Miller.

At +3300 pregame, Miller is pretty good value for a player who has proven he can win this award. The linebacker is the most recent defensive player to win Super Bowl MVP, nabbing the honor back in Super Bowl 50. He isn’t the most likely Super Bowl MVP defensive player this year, though, with teammate Aaron Donald leading the odds for the defenders at +800.

Check out one of our best Super Bowl betting sites, Bovada, to find the latest NFL Super Bowl MVP odds. 

Super Bowl MVP Prediction: Odell Beckham Jr. (+2500)

Note: Beckham left the first half with an apparent knee injury and did not return.

Going into the NFL’s conference championship games, we thought Los Angeles Rams QB Matthew Stafford provided the best Super Bowl MVP betting value. He led his team to victory, and would’ve been a nice futures bet at +330 ahead of the NFC final, but we’re going down the oddsboard now.

Our top Super Bowl MVP pick for this year’s big game is +2500 wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. The star receiver is often in the headlines, but he’s found his way back into the box scores in recent weeks. In the NFC championship game, Odell posted nine receptions on 11 targets for 113 yards. We gave serious consideration to Stafford again, at +135, but believe the value is with Beckham!

Super Bowl MVP Has Belonged To Quarterbacks

In Super Bowl 53, receiver Julian Edelman became the seventh wideout to win the Super Bowl MVP award. However, the Super Bowl MVP award has historically belonged to quarterbacks, who have won the trophy 31 times. The MVP has gone seven times to running backs, four times to linebackers, and twice each to defensive ends and safeties.

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A cornerback, a defensive tackle and a kick returner have each won the award once. Since Super Bowl 34 in 2000, quarterbacks have been the MVP 14 times.

If you look at the Super Bowl MVP odds above, you can see that the sportsbooks expect another QB to win the award, with Matthew Stafford and Joe Burrow leading the odds above some of the top players at other positions. You only need to look at the past Super Bowl MVP winners to see why.

Super Bowl MVP Betting History

Past Super Bowl MVP Winners
Game Winner Position Odds
LVI Cooper Kupp Wide Receiver +500
LV Tom Brady Quarterback +175
LIV Patrick Mahomes Quarterback +115
LIII Julian Edelman Wide Receiver +2000
LII Nick Foles Quarterback +325
LI Tom Brady Quarterback +150
L Von Miller Linebacker +2200
XLIX Tom Brady Quarterback +160
XLVIII Malcolm Smith Linebacker +2200
XLVII Joe Flacco Quarterback +250
XLVI Eli Manning Quarterback +210
XLV Aaron Rodgers Quarterback +175
XLIV Drew Brees Quarterback +180
XLIII Santonio Holmes Wide Receiver N/A
XLII Eli Manning Quarterback N/A
XLI Peyton Manning Quarterback N/A
XL Hines Ward Wide Receiver N/A
XXXIX Deion Branch Wide Receiver N/A
XXXVIII Tom Brady Quarterback N/A
XXXVII Dexter Jackson Safety N/A
XXXVI Tom Brady Quarterback N/A
XXXV Ray Lewis Linebacker N/A
XXXIV Kurt Warner Quarterback N/A
XXXIII John Elway Quarterback N/A
XXXII Terrell Davis Running back N/A
XXXI Desmond Howard Kick returner N/A
XXX Larry Brown Cornerback N/A
XXIX Steve Young Quarterback N/A
XXVIII Emmitt Smith Running back N/A
XXVII Troy Aikman Quarterback N/A
XXVI Mark Rypien Quarterback N/A
XXV Ottis Anderson Running Back N/A
XXIV Joe Montana Quarterback N/A
XXIII Jerry Rice Wide Receiver N/A
XXII Doug Williams Quarterback N/A
XXI Phil Simms Quarterback N/A
XX Richard Dent Defensive End N/A
XIX Joe Montana Quarterback N/A
XVIII Marcus Allen Running Back N/A
XVII John Riggins Running Back N/A
XVI Joe Montana Quarterback N/A
XV Jim Plunkett Quarterback N/A
XIV Terry Bradshaw Quarterback N/A
XIII Terry Bradshaw Quarterback N/A
XII Harvey Martin & Randy White DE/DT N/A
XI Fred Biletnikoff Wide receiver N/A
X Lynn Swann Wide Receiver N/A
IX Franco Harris Running Back N/A
VIII Larry Csonka Fullback N/A
VII Jake Scott Safety N/A
VI Roger Staubach Quarterback N/A
V Chuck Howley Linebacker N/A
IV Len Dawson Quarterback N/A
III Joe Namath Quarterback N/A
II Bart Starr Quarterback N/A
I Bart Starr Quarterback N/A
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Super Bowl MVP Odds FAQ

Can I bet on the Super Bowl MVP?

Yes, you can bet on the Super Bowl MVP. Being crowned the NFL regular season MVP is one thing, but being named MVP of the Super Bowl is another level of excellence. And while it’s typically the quarterback of the winning team who wins the award, it’s still fun to bet on Super Bowl props such as the Most Valuable Player award.

Where is the best site to make a bet on Super Bowl MVP odds?

The best site to make a bet on Super Bowl MVP odds is the Bovada online sportsbook. Bodog, BetOnline, BetUS, Betsafe, Sports Interaction, Betway, and PowerPlay are also credible sites to make bets on Super Bowl MVP props. As far as online Super Bowl prop bet sites go, these are the best of the best sites to make Super Bowl MVP bets.

How often have quarterbacks won the Super Bowl MVP?

The Super Bowl MVP has been won by a quarterback a whopping 31 times. Running backs and wide receivers are a distant second with seven Super Bowl MVPs. Linebackers have won the Super Bowl MVP on four separate occasions, while safeties and defensive ends have each won the prestigious award twice.

Who was the Super Bowl MVP in 2021?

Recently retired Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady was the Super Bowl MVP in 2021. Winning his fifth career Super Bowl MVP award, the NFL’s GOAT came up huge when it mattered the most and finished the big game 21 for 29 with 201 passing yards, three touchdowns, and zero interceptions.