2014 Super Bowl MVP Odds

One of these three is going to leave MetLife Stadium as the 2014 Super Bowl MVP on Feb 2nd. Broncos QB Peyton Manning, Seahawks QB Russell Wilson and Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch are the Top 3 favorites to win Super Bowl MVP, but since Manning broke numerous records this season oddsmakers are favoring Peyton Manning at 8/5 odds to win Super Bowl MVP. In order to win MVP you have to win the Super Bowl first. The MVP is award is usually given to the best offensive player, but it can easily be given to a defensive player based on the outcome. Both teams match up pretty well so we should be in for a thrilling encounter between the best defense and the best offense in the NFL. Below is my Super Bowl MVP preview for you to ponder and be sure to check out all the Super Bowl Betting Odds ahead of the big game.

lynch-manning-wilson-super-bowl-mvp-oddsPeyton Manning (8/5) is the leader of the Broncos’ offense, and the team will only go as far as he can take them. Already a front-runner to win the regular season MVP, there’s no doubt Manning will win the Super Bowl MVP award if he leads his team to victory.

Russell Wilson (13/4) has been in a serious slump in this postseason, and the perfect time to get out of it is at the Super Bowl. The second-year signal caller has the ability to be a dual threat for the Seahawks and if he can lead his team to the victory, Russell Wilson will no doubt be a front-runner for the MVP award.

Marshawn Lynch (6/1) “Beast Mode” has been at his best during the playoffs, and it seems like the Super Bowl will be his time to shine. The expected weather conditions are poised to affect the game and if the rushing attack becomes focal point of the day, no player will make a greater impact than Marshawn Lynch.

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Richard Sherman (16/1) already shut down Michael Crabtree during the NFC Championship Game, and he will most likely go against Demaryius Thomas in the Super Bowl. If he puts on another dominant performance, he could easily win the award for the Most Valuable Player. It would have to be a low scoring uneventful outing for both Russell Wilson and Marshawn Lynch for Sherman to win it. But, if he gets a couple early picks in and a game changer at the end, anything is possible.

Wes Welker (16/1) is now the no. 2 receiving option for Manning, but his ability to make big plays can’t be underestimated. If Richard Sherman shuts down Demaryius Thomas, Welker will be heavily targeted. He has already shown an ability to produce in that role this year.

Peyton Manning (DEN) QB                     8/5
Russell Wilson (SEA) QB                       13/4
Marshawn Lynch (SEA) RB                    6/1
Demaryius Thomas (DEN) WR                16/1
Wes Welker (DEN) WR                          16/1
Richard Sherman (SEA)                         16/1
Percy Harvin (SEA) WR                          16/1
Knowshon Moreno (DEN) RB                  18/1
Eric Decker (DEN) WR                           20/1
Julius Thomas (DEN) TE                         25/1
Golden Tate (SEA) WR                          33/1
Earl Thomas (SEA)                                33/1
Doug Baldwin (SEA) WR                        40/1
Montee Ball (DEN) RB                            50/1
Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (DEN)       50/1
Kam Chancellor (SEA)                           66/1
Danny Trevathan (DEN)                          66/1
Champ Bailey (DEN)                              66/1
Zach Miller (SEA) TE                              75/1
Matt Prater (DEN)                                  100/1
Steven Hauschka (SEA)                         100/1
Duke Ihenacho (DEN)                             100/1
Michael Bennett (SEA)                           100/1
Field (Any Other Player)                         20/1

The Bottom Line: the last four MVP winners have been QB’s and since 2000 there has been 9 QB’s, 2 defense winners and three WR’s. Manning or Wilson. We recommend you signup with Bovada to receive a 10% signup bonus heading into the 2014 Super Bowl.