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Super Bowl LVI – Most Valuable Player Odds

Super Bowl LVI – Most Valuable Player Odds

It is not a big surprise that the Los Angeles Rams are in the Super Bowl as NFC champions.  Indeed, Los Angeles was among the top-tier favorites in the Super Bowl best market.  The same can’t be said about the AFC Champion Cincinnati Bengals.  The Bengals are the surprise team of the 2021 NFL season.  Now that Cincinnati is in the Super Bowl, they have plenty of capable candidates to win the Super Bowl MVP Award.  With that in mind, there are several realistic candidates for the Super Bowl LVI Most Valuable Player Award odds.

Super Bowl LVI Bengals vs. Rams Betting Information

Date: Sunday, February 13, 2022
Time: 6:30 pm ET
Location: SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California
TV Coverage: NBC

Cincinnati Bengals vs. Los Angeles Rams Betting Odds

Rams -4 ( -115 ) 48½ ( -110 ) -200
Bengals +4 ( -105 ) 48½ ( -110 ) +170
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Super Bowl LVI Most Valuable Player CashBet Odds

At the onset of betting, Matthew Stafford opened as the Sportsbook odds favorite to win Super Bowl MVP honors.  Let’s assess the chances of the leading and underdog candidates.

Los Angeles Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford is a +100 choice to win the Super Bowl LVI Most Valuable Player Award.  Next on the board is Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow at +210.  The third betting pick is Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp at +400.  And then, from there, the odds become much greater.

Next is the second level of betting on Super Bowl MVP betting favorites.  Bengals wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase is at +1100,  And then Bengals running back Joe Mixon is at +2000.  Following are Bengals running back Cam Akers at +2500, Rams wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr at +2500, and Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald at +2500.  Bengals wide receiver Tee Higgins is at +5000, and Rams running back Sony Michel at +6600.

Concurrently, long shots at +10000 start with Bengals wide receiver Tyler Boyd.  Next, come Bengals tight end CJ Uzoma +10000, Bengal kicker Evan McPherson, Rams linebacker Von Miller, and Rams kicker Matt Gay.  And then at +15000 is Rams tight end Tyler Higbee, Rams wide receiver Van Jefferson, Rams tight end Kendall Blanton, and Rams safety Eric Weddle.

Super Bowl LVI MVP CashBet Wagering Analysis

It is a true axiom in Super Bowl betting odds gambling that the obvious choice is often the correct choice.  But the obvious choice comes down to value.  Cause by the obvious choice being the most popular, the price is the steepest.  As in any financial endeavor, the cost is created by public demand.  This factor leads to Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford.

Stafford has emerged as a top Super Bowl betting story of Super Bowl LVI.  The Georgia Bulldogs star had his career go to waste with the Detroit Lions.

But LA head coach Sean McVay offered Stafford a lifeline last spring.  McVay wanted a quarterback with a level of football intelligence so good that he wouldn’t have to be micromanaged.  Thus, McVay traded Jared Goff to Detroit for Stafford.  And it is proven to be a match made in heaven.  Finally, Stafford is on a Super Bowl team at the tail end of his career.  While McVay has a quarterback that he believes in.

Of course, Stafford’s success in the 2021 NFL Playoffs hasn’t gone unnoticed.  The Betting Public is flooding the window with action on Stafford to win the MVP honors.

Similarly is Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow.  “Joe Cool” is compared to Joe Namath for his demeanor under pressure.  Burrow has wowed NFL gamblers with his exceptional post-season performance and beating the Kansas City Chiefs.  Additionally, Burrow bested superstar QB Patrick Mahomes in the AFC Championship Game.

Finally, Cincinnati Bengals Evan McPherson has changed the image of kickers.   McPherson has kicked the winning field goal in all three AFC Playoff games.  Accordingly, he is deadly under the most intense pressure.  McPherson could again be the difference on Super Sunday.

CashBet Super Bowl LVI MVP Pick:

Evan McPherson


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