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Here’s who Vegas is picking to win Super Bowl 54 MVP

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One of the fastest tracks to NFL immortality is winning a Super Bowl MVP award.

To do so, you have to be the best player on the field (in most cases) on the biggest stage in American professional sports. It’s no simple feat.

With the matchup for Super Bowl Sunday between the AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs and NFC champion San Francisco 49ers now set, oddsmakers around Las Vegas (and the rest of the world) have begun releasing their Super Bowl betting odds.

Today, we look at which players have the best chance at winning Super Bowl 54 MVP honors, according to the Westgate SuperBook.

Odds courtesy of the Westgate SuperBook as of January 22, 2020.

Damien Williams (12/1)

Mahomes will be tough to beat out for this award, but Williams has proven to be quietly capable of putting up monster numbers. If he ends up with 150 or so yards of total offense and multiple touchdowns (which will be difficult, but possible), Williams could pull walk away with MVP honors.

Raheem Mostert (8/1)

Mostert was outstanding in the NFC Championship Game, but I simply don’t see a repeat performance coming on Super Bowl Sunday.

The main reason why? His backfield partner, Tevin Coleman, will likely be back in action, and he is surely going to take a handful of touches away from Mostert.

Jimmy Garoppolo (7/2)

Garoppolo is going to have to throw the ball far more than eight times (like he did in the NFC Championship Game), for the 49ers to keep pace and beat the Chiefs.

While Super Bowl MVP award selections tend to favor quarterbacks, there is no denying that the Niners will have to be great on defense to win this game. If that happens, don’t be surprised if someone like Nick Bosa takes home the honor (think Von Miller in Super Bowl 50).


Patrick Mahomes (Even)

No surprise here. Mahomes has already put together arguably the greatest single postseason by a quarterback in NFL history. If the Chiefs win, it would be shocking to see anybody other than Mahomes win the MVP award.

Others to watch:

  • George Kittle (16/1)
  • Travis Kelce (16/1)
  • Tyreek Hill (16/1)
  • Nick Bosa (20/1)
  • Deebo Samuel (30/1)
  • Sammy Watkins (40/1)
  • Emmanuel Sanders (50/1)
  • Tevin Coleman (50/1)
  • Mecole Hardman (50/1)
  • Richard Sherman (80/1)
  • Tyrann Mathieu (80/1)

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