Eagles Super Bowl MVP Odds After NFC Championship Vs. 49ers

Written By Brett Gibbons on January 29, 2023 - Last Updated on February 11, 2023
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The Philadelphia Eagles earned their spot in Super Bowl 57 on Sunday. Before they secured their ticket, FanDuel Sportsbook released early Eagles Super Bowl MVP odds for players like Jalen Hurts, AJ Brown, and DeVonta Smith. Once the full matchup is set, updated odds release to the public and you’ll find those odds here.

Let’s take a look at those early odds.

Eagles Super Bowl MVP Odds

Odds below were taken from FanDuel Sportsbook prior to the start of the NFL Championship Round. We will update these once Eagles Super Bowl MVP odds re-open when Philly’s opponent is set.

Quarterbacks have taken home 31 of 56 Super Bowl MVP awards. It comes as no surprise that Jalen Hurts (+290) leads the way for Philly, even before their NFC Championship victory. He was also a strong contender for the NFL MVP award this season before slipping on odds tables due to missing a few games with an injury.

Hurts’ top two targets– AJ Brown (+3500) and DeVonta Smith (+4500)– fall behind him on odds tables. Receiver is the second-most decorated position in Super Bowl history, with eight MVPs themselves. Rams receiver Cooper Kupp most recently took the award home in 2022.

Just nine defense players have been awarded Super Bowl MVP. Von Miller is the most recent defender to win the award in Super Bowl 50 seven years ago. No. 1 corner Darius Slay (+8000) tops the list of Eagles defenders, followed by pass rushers Haason Reddick (+11000) and Brandon Graham (+12000). After Reddick recorded two sacks, forced a fumble, and recovered another, expect his odds to fall.

Other players under consideration include Miles Sanders (+9500), who rushed for a pair of touchdowns in the NFC Championship Game, and tight end Dallas Goedert (+13000).

Eagles Path To Super Bowl LVII

The top overall seed in the NFC ran through the division foe Giants and second-seed 49ers by a combined 69-14 score. In those two games, they rushed for seven touchdowns with four different ball carriers. The defensive line dominated opposing offensive lines and changed the calculus of the game off the bat.

However, it’s worth noting that the Eagles encountered a bit of luck. The 49ers were left without a quarterback when both Brock Purdy and backup Josh Johnson suffered injuries in the NFC Championship Game. Nevertheless, Nick Sirianni & Co. earned their spot in the Super Bowl.

They face the Kansas City Chiefs, who defeated the Bengals 23-20 in the AFC Championship Game.

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Brett is an avid sports traveler and former Division-I football recruiter for Bowling Green and Texas State. He’s a graduate of BGSU and works as an auditor for Google content curation products. He’s also contributed to Sports Illustrated and Fansided during his young writing career.

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