Super Bowl 54 MVP Odds: Is Patrick Mahomes the Pick? [POLL]

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Super Bowl LIV has no shortage of superstars, with the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers battling it out for the right to hoist the Lombardi Trophy. Patrick Mahomes, Jimmy Garoppolo, Tyreek Hill, George Kittle, Travis Kelce and Nick Bosa all have a legitimate chance of being named Super Bowl MVP.

Check out the MVP odds leading into the game, provided by Odds Shark. Plus get the latest updates from the most notable performances and cast your vote below for which player you feel was the most valuable player in Super Bowl 54.

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Super Bowl 54 MVP Odds

Player Odds
Patrick Mahomes +115
Jimmy Garoppolo +275
Raheem Mostert +550
George Kittle +1000
Nick Bosa +1600
Travis Kelce +1600
Tyreek Hill +1600
Damien Williams +2500
Deebo Samuel +2500
Richard Sherman +2500
Emmanuel Sanders +4500
Tyrann Mathieu +5000
Mecole Hardman +5500
Sammy Watkins +6000
Tevin Coleman +7000

Mahomes, Damien Williams Battling For Super Bowl MVP

Patrick Mahomes was not his usual self for the majority of the game, tossing his first two career postseason interceptions. However, that doesn’t mean he didn’t produce. Mahomes continued to do damage in the ground game, something he’s proven more than capable of over his playoff run. Mahomes scored the first touchdown of the game on an option play that he chose to keep himself. He went on to score three total touchdowns while accumulating 329 total yards.

Damien Williams scored one receiving and one rushing TD, giving him eight total TDs over his last four games. Fellow Chiefs teammate Bashaud Breeland had a stellar showing in the big game as well, picking off Jimmy Garoppolo once while making numerous big-time tackles.

Garoppolo had an average game by all accounts. He found fullback Kyle Juszczyk for his lone touchdown. However, he didn’t attack the Chiefs’ defense vertically enough to keep the Niners in the game.

The 49ers leaned extremely heavily on rookie Deebo Samuel. Samuel was clearly San Francisco’s top playmaker on the day, as he accumulated 90+ total yards. If San Francisco had come away victorious, chances are Samuel would have been named the MVP of the game.

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