Tom Brady Leads List of MVP Candidates at 8/13

Published on January 30th, 2018 11:29 am EST
Written By: Dave Manuel
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Super Bowl LII - MVP Odds - Graphic presentation - Bet on it. If you are handicapping the odds to win the Super Bowl LII MVP, who are you going to make the favourite? The G.O.A.T. who is dominating once again this season and will likely win the regular season MVP award?

Of course.

To nobody's surprise, Tom Brady is the leading candidate to win the Super Bowl LII MVP award, as he is currently listed at 8/13 at most major sports books. Brady, despite being 40 years of age, is dominating once again this season and should have a healthy arsenal of weapons when Sunday rolls around. Gronk has recovered from his concussion, and aside from the injured Julian Edelman, Brady has a full array of healthy WR weapons around him on Sunday.

If the Eagles are to win on Sunday, there is a great chance that Nick Foles will be their key to success. Foles had a surprisingly strong NFC Championship game against the Vikings, and if the Eagles are to beat the Patriots on Sunday, Nick Foles is likely going to be front and center in the victory.


Here is a partial list of the candidates to win the MVP award this Sunday:

Source: Bet365
Time Stamp: January 30th, 2018 4:28 pm GMT
Odds Subject to Change

Tom Brady, 8/13
Nick Foles, 11/2
Danny Amendola, 12/1
Rob Gronkowski, 12/1
Brandin Cooks, 12/1
Dion Lewis, 14/1
Alshon Jeffery, 18/1
Chris Hogan, 16/1
Zach Ertz, 20/1
Jay Ajayi, 20/1
James White, 25/1
Nelson Algohor, 25/1


It goes without saying that if players like Amendola, Gronk or Alshon Jeffery have big days, their QBs will likely be considered the front-runners to win the MVP award - that's just the way it is.

If you want to dig a bit deeper into the odds, you might want to make a bet on a running bet like Dion Lewis (14/1) or Jay Ajayi (20/1) having a big day. Dion Lewis has played phenomenally well over the past couple of months, and you could easily see the Patriots trying to feed him the ball en route to victory on Sunday.


Who do you think will win the MVP award on Sunday? Who do you think is the best value?

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