Super Bowl MVP Odds: Jalen Hurts Given Slight Edge Over Patrick Mahomes to Win Super Bowl MVP

The 2023 Super Bowl MVP odds are officially set as Patrick Mahomes and Jalen Hurts sit with the two highest odds. Jon Conahan previews the Super Bowl MVP odds and gives his thoughts on who can win the award.
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Super Bowl MVP Odds: Jalen Hurts Given Slight Edge Over Patrick Mahomes to Win Super Bowl MVP

The 2023 Super Bowl MVP odds have officially been released and as expected, Jalen Hurts and Patrick Mahomes both have the top odds to win the award. Hurts currently has better odds to win the Super Bowl MVP, but Patrick Mahomes is sitting right behind him.

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There could be a few different ways that we look at the Super Bowl MVP odds, but one thing to remember here is that the Philadelphia Eagles are the favorite to win this game at -1.5 on the spread line. Because of that, there's a good chance that sportsbooks are going to give Jalen Hurts better odds considering that they think his team is going to win. If these odds do change in terms of the spread before the Super Bowl, there's a great chance that this is the best value that we are going to get Patrick Mahomes to win the Super Bowl MVP.

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No matter what people want to say at this point, these two guys have clearly been the best quarterbacks in football this season. If Hurts didn't get injured toward the end of the season, there's a chance that he would win the regular season MVP. Patrick Mahomes seems to be the guy that's going to win the regular season MVP, but Hurts would be more than happy to take the Super Bowl MVP from him.

Let's break down the latest 2023 Super Bowl MVP odds and see who the sports books are back in here.

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2023 Super Bowl MVP Odds

Jalen Hurts+125
Patrick Mahomes+150

As we can see from the 2023 Super Bowl MVP odds, sportsbooks are currently favoring Jalen Hurts at +125 to win the award. Patrick Mahomes will be coming in at +150.

Betting on the Super Bowl MVP is always a bit difficult because you're likely also picking the actual winner of the game. While there is an outside chance that guys like Travis Kelce or A.J. Brown could win the award, it's likely going to go to a quarterback or a running back if they take over the game. With how much both of these teams might end up passing the ball if we do see a high-scoring contest, there's a good chance that one of the quarterbacks is going to win the Super Bowl MVP.

When also factoring in that we're looking at a 49.5 total here, it feels even safer to say that the quarterbacks are expected to do some crazy things in this game. Everyone knows what Patrick Mahomes and Jalen Hurts do as those guys are the reason their teams are currently in the position that they're in.

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Just as all odds that we're going to see throughout the next few weeks, even if it's something crazy like the coin flip, there is going to be line movement in the 2023 Super Bowl MVP odds. While we can still get both of these guys at plus odds, it doesn't feel like a bad idea to throw a unit on either side if you feel confident that one is going to win it over the other. Just remember, if you're going to throw in that bet, you might as well pick the winner of the game as well because that's going to be one of the major deciding factors.

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An Editor and Analyst for OddsChecker, Jon Conahan has been covering all major sports since 2019. He is a 2022 graduate of the Bellisario School of Journalism at Penn State University and previously played D1 baseball.

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