There’s all different kind of ways to bet on the Super Bowl. Sure, the most popular ways are to make a wager on the side or total. A lot of money will also come in on prop wagers. One of the more popular prop bets is the odds to win the Super Bowl MVP.

I’ve include the odds to win the MVP for Super Bowl 52 below. As you can see, there’s a number of players listed from both teams. The overwhelming favorite to win the award is Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. He’s currently listed at -125, which means you have to risk $125 for every $100 you want to make in profit. The player with the next best odds is Eagles quarterback Nick Foles at +350.

Player Odds to Win Super Bowl LII MVP Award

The fact that the two signal callers have the best odds to win the award, shouldn’t come as a surprise. Looking back over the year at the Super Bowl MVP Winners, you will see the position has dominated the award.

There have been 52 MVP awards given out and 27 of those have gone to the quarterback of the winning team. The last two do so was Brady, who won the award after last year’s epic come-from-behind win over the Flacons in SB LI.

The previous year it was Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller who won the award. Miller was the 4th linebacker to win the award and just the 10th defensive player overall to win.

My money would be on Brady or Foles taking home the hardware. We put such an emphasis on the quarterback position that it becomes nearly impossible for them to not win the award.

Note that in the seven Super Bowls during the Brady-Belichick era, the quarterback has won the award in 6 of the 7. That includes their two losses to the Giants, where Eli Manning secured the hardware.

If you don’t want to pull the trigger on this wager, don’t worry there’s a ridiculous amount of prop bets made available.

Complete List of Super Bowl 52 MVP Odds

Player (Pos, Team)Odds
Tom Brady (QB, NE)-125
Nick Foles (QB, PHI)+350
Rob Gronkowski (TE, NE)+1500
Dion Lewis (RB, NE)+2000
Brandin Cooks (WR, NE)+2200
Rex Burkhead (RB, NE)+2500
Jay Ajayi (RB, PHI)+2500
Zach Ertz (TE, PHI)+2500
Danny Amendola (WR, NE)+3000
Alshon Jeffery (WR. PHI)+3000
Nelson Agholor (WR, PHI)+4300
James White (RB, NE)+6000
Chris Hogan (WR, NE)+6000
LeGarrette Blount (RB, PHI)+6000
Torrey Smith (WR, PHI)+9000
Duron Harmon (S, NE)+10000
Devin McCourty (S, NE)+10000
Chris Long (DE, PHI)+10000
Trey Flowers (DE, NE)+15000
Malcolm Butler (CB, NE)+15000
Stephon Gilmore (CB, NE)+15000
Corey Clement (RB, PHI)+15000
Dwayne Allen (TE, NE)+17500
Stephen Gostkowski (K, NE)+17500
Fletcher Cox (DT, PHI)+20000
James Harrison (LB, NE)+22500
Kyle Van Not (LB, NE)+22500
Mike Gillislee (RB, NE)+27500
Kenny Britt (WR, NE)+27500
Jacob Hollister (TE, NE)+27500
Michael Kendricks (LB, PHI)+27500
Phillip Dorsett (WR, NE)+32500
Kenjon Barner (RB, PHI)+32500
Trey Burton (TE, PHI)+32500
Brandon Graham (DE, PHI)+32500
Malcolm Jenkins (S, PHI)+37500
James Delvin (FB, NE)+42500
Brent Celek (TE, PHI)+42500
Jake Elliott (K, PHI)+42500
Brandon Bolden (RB, NE)+50000
Bernard Reedy (WR, PHI)+50000
Matthew Slater (WR, NE)+50000
Wendell Smallwood (RB, PHI)+50000
Marcus Johnson (WR, PHI)+50000

Remember, in order for a player to win the award his team likely has to join the list of Super Bowl winners. ┬áIt’s tough to play well enough for the losing team to deserve this much credit.