2022 Super Bowl MVP Winner Odds: Cooper Kupp Named MVP At +600 After Rams’ Win Over Bengals

2022 Super Bowl MVP Winner Odds: Cooper Kupp Named MVP At +600 After Rams’ Win Over Bengals article feature image

Andy Lyons/Getty Images. Pictured: Super Bowl MVP Cooper Kupp

2022 Super Bowl MVP Winner

by Tommy Stokke

Cooper Kupp didn't cash the overs on his receiving yards prop or receptions total, but he won the prop that mattered: 2022 Super Bowl MVP.

Kupp’s late-game surge led the Los Angeles Rams to the Super Bowl win over the Cincinnati Bengals and sealed his case for MVP, cashing tickets at +600 (bet $100 to win $600).

Kupp, who led the NFL in receiving yards during the regular season, caught a game-high eight catches for 92 yards and two touchdowns. His one-yard score with 1:25 left put the Rams up for good, 23-20.

The Rams receiver also rushed for a key fourth-down conversion on the drive, rushing for seven yards on his lone carry of the game.

Matthew Stafford entered as the favorite and finished with 283 yards and three touchdowns, but two interceptions hurt his argument for the award in the end.

2022 Super Bowl MVP Odds

Matthew Stafford+100
Joe Burrow+225
Cooper Kupp+600
Aaron Donald+1600
Ja'Marr Chase+1800
Odell Beckham Jr.+2800
Cam Akers+3500
Tee Higgins+4500
Von Miller+4500
Joe Mixon+4500
Sony Michel+8000
Tyler Boyd+9000
Tyler Higbee+10000
CJ Uzomah+10000
Van Jefferson+10000
Trey Hendrickson+10000
Kendall Blanton+10000
Trent Taylor+10000
Jalen Ramsey+10000
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Evan McPherson+13000
Leonard Floyd+15000
Drew Sample+15000
Sam Hubbard+15000
Mike Hilton+15000
Jessie Bates+20000
Darrell Henderson+20000
Greg Gaines+20000
Matt Gay+20000
Samaje Perine+20000
Eli Apple+25000
Vonn Bell+25000
Jalen Davis+25000
A'Shawn Robinson+25000
Eric Weddle+30000
Trenton Irwin+30000
Stanley Morgan Jr.+30000
Mike Thomas+30000
Mitchell Wilcox+30000
DJ Reader+30000
BJ Hill+50000
Cameron Sample+50000
Troy Reeder+50000
Ben Skowronek+50000
Brandon Powell+50000
Jake Funk+50000
Brycen Hopkins+50000
Trayveon Williams+50000
Logan Wilson+50000
Germaine Pratt+50000
Chidobe Awuzie+50000
Tre Flowers+50000
Trae Waynes+50000
Taylor Rapp+50000
Nick Scott+50000
Travin Howard+50000
Michael Hoecht+50000
Bobby Brown+50000
Chris Evans+50000

Matthew Stafford opened with +115 Super Bowl MVP odds in the first cycle and has received a slight bump up to even money. He and the Rams are 4.5-point favorites to beat the Bengals — and quarterbacks have fared well in this market — making him the clear front-runner in this field.

Cooper Kupp, meanwhile, is the obvious headliner among the wide receivers.

The regular-season leader in virtually every primary receiving statistic is the chalk to rack up the most yards through the air (+120), way ahead of the next-closest player, Ja'Marr Chase, at +400.

A tight end winning the award Sunday is priced at 28-1, implying just a 3.45% probability.

Despite the potential volume of passing attempts, both starters — LA.'s Tyler Higbee and Cincinnati's C.J. Uzomah — are banged up.

Position of MVP Odds

  • Quarterback -300
  • Wide Receiver +250
  • Running Back/Fullback +900
  • Defensive Lineman +1000
  • Linebacker +1100
  • Defensive Back +1200
  • Tight End +2800
  • Kicker/Punter/Long Snapper +6000
  • Offensive Lineman +15000
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Who Usually Wins Super Bowl MVP?

Super Bowl MVP is an offensive-driven award, especially in the modern era of football

Quarterbacks have reigned supreme, winning 31 total times. The next-closest positions are the skill players at wide receiver and running back (both seven).

How Many Defensive Players Have Won Super Bowl MVP?

Ten defenders have been awarded Super Bowl MVP.

Two of those — linebacker Malcolm Smith (Seahawks) and current Rams pass rusher Von Miller (Broncos) — won over a three-year span.

Recent Super Bowl MVP Winners

2021QB Tom BradyBuccaneers
2020QB Patrick MahomesChiefs
2019QB Julian EdelmanPatriots
2018QB Nick FolesEagles
2017QB Tom BradyPatriots
2016LB Von MillerBroncos
2015QB Tom BradyPatriots
2014LB Malcolm SmithSeahawks
2013QB Joe FlaccoRavens
2012QB Eli ManningGiants
2011QB Aaron RodgersPackers
2010QB Drew BreesSaints
2009WR Santonio HolmesSteelers
2008QB Eli ManningGiants
2007QB Peyton ManningColts
2006WR Hines WardSteelers
2005WR Deion BranchPatriots
2004QB Tom BradyPatriots
2003S Dexter JacksonBuccaneers
2002QB Tom BradyPatriots
2001LB Ray LewisRavens
2000QB Kurt WarnerRams

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