Super Bowl MVP Odds, Picks, Predictions: Patrick Mahomes Wins Super Bowl MVP

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Editor's Note: Post was originally published prior to the Super Bowl's opening kick. 

Super Bowl MVP Winner

Patrick Mahomes was named Super Bowl MVP, cashing his pre-game price of +130 to go along with the Chiefs moneyline of +104.

Mahomes had 182 yards and three touchdowns on a 21-of-27 performance. He also totaled 44 rushing yards.

Halftime Super Bowl MVP Odds

The Super Bowl MVP odds have shifted following an electric first half. The Eagles lead the Chiefs 24-14 with Jalen Hurts accounting for a passing touchdown and two rushing touchdowns.

Here are the updated Super Bowl MVP odds at halftime, and Hurts is a significant favorite at -350.

Jalen HurtsEagles-350
Patrick MahomesChiefs+350
Travis KelceChiefs+1600
A.J. BrownEagles+2000
DeVonta SmithEagles+3000
Isiah PachecoChiefs+5000
Kenneth GainwellEagles+5000

Super Bowl MVP Odds

The Super Bowl MVP odds are getting adjusted by the minute as the big Chiefs vs. Eagles game quickly approaches, with bettors getting last-second wagers in on players to have big performances.

Patrick Mahomes (+130) and Jalen Hurts (+150) currently have the best odds to win, followed by Travis Kelce (+1100) and A.J. Brown (+1600). You can find the full Super Bowl MVP odds below.

All odds are updated via BetMGM as of 5 p.m. ET.

Patrick MahomesChiefs+130
Jalen HurtsEagles+150
Travis KelceChiefs+1100
A.J. BrownEagles+1600
Miles SandersEagles+2000
DeVonta SmithEagles+2500
Isiah PachecoChiefs+5000
Chris JonesChiefs+5000
Jerick McKinnonChiefs+5000
Haason ReddickEagles+2500
Darius SlayEagles+10000
Dallas GoedertEagles+5000
Marquez Valdes-ScantlingChiefs+6600
Frank ClarkChiefs+12500
Brandon GrahamEagles+8000
JuJu Smith-SchusterChiefs+6600
Nick BoltonChiefs+10000
Kadarius ToneyChiefs+15000
T.J. EdwardsEagles+10000
Quez WatkinsEagles+12500
George KarlaftisChiefs+15000
Willie GayChiefs+20000
L'Jarius SneedChiefs+15000
Justin ReidChiefs+15000
Josh SweatEagles+15000
Kenneth GainwellEagles+12500
Fletcher CoxEagles+20000
Boston ScottEagles+15000
Skyy MooreChiefs+15000
Kyzir WhiteEagles+25000
Zach PascalEagles+25000
Ndamukong SuhEagles+25000
James BradberryEagles+15000
Trent McDuffieChiefs+25000
Reed BlankenshipEagles+25000
Justin WatsonChiefs+25000
Jake ElliottEagles+25000
C.J. Gardner-JohnsonEagles+15000
Mike DannaChiefs+25000
Harrison ButkerChiefs+25000
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2022 Super Bowl MVP Predictions

DeVonta Smith (+2500)

Brandon Anderson: DeVonta Smith is my most likely non-QB MVP and my favorite pick on the board. Naturally, he’s one of my Super Bowl best bets.

I have Smith winning MVP in about 15% of all Eagles victories — and I like Philly to win — so my numbers would make Smith around +1000 and a clear third favorite. He’s almost twice the price of A.J. Brown despite outproducing him down the stretch. Oh, and two of the last four Super Bowl MVPs have been wide receivers.

Smith is the one bet you have to make to win MVP and by far the best value on the board.

Ricky Henne: Do I expect DeVonta Smith to take home MVP honors? No. That would be foolish. After all, only eight wide receivers have ever been named MVP. But do I love the value here? Abso-freakin’-lutely.

I can write 3,000 words on why I’m putting a sprinkle on Smith at +2500, but what I really want to use this space for is to remind folks what he did in the 2021 College Football National Championship Game with Alabama.

As I noted in my breakdown of his props, Smith showed he can put on a transcendent performance on a massive stage. He torched Ohio State with 12 catches for 215 yards and three touchdowns that night … doing all his damage in the first half alone. Smith dislocated his finger on the second play of the second half and missed the rest of the game, but can you imagine what his final stat line might have looked like if he stayed healthy?

Miles Sanders (+2000)

Anderson: If you think the Eagles roll on the ground and win convincingly, Sanders might be your bet.

The Eagles are first in rushing DVOA, EPA and explosive run plays while the Chiefs are last in ESPN’s run-stop metric. The best defense against Kansas City might just be long, sustained running drives and continued handoffs to Sanders and the other RBs while Mahomes watches on the sideline.

Sanders is a boom-or-bust pick, but if he scores multiple TDs and cracks 100 yards on the ground, he could be the first Super Bowl MVP running back since Terrell Davis in 1998.

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