Aaron Rodgers Super Bowl MVP: Odds Have Him Favored for Packers

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Jan/29/2011
Aaron Rodgers Super Bowl MVP

Aaron Rodgers Super Bowl MVP odds were listed at +150 at SBG Global, making him the odds-on favorite.  By comparison, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger would pay out $350 for every $100 bet.

This will not only be Rodgers first Super Bowl, but he also recorded his first Playoffs win during this post season.

With a 10-6 record, Aaron Rodgers guided the Packers into the NFL playoffs as a number 6 seed Wild Card. During the playoffs, Rodgers led the Packers past the top three seeds in the NFC on the road in consecutive weeks including Philadelphia, Atlanta (which was favored to win the NFC Championship) and Chicago.  The Bears 21-14 win earned Green Bay the NFC Championship for 2011.

Rodgers is the NFL all-time career leader in passer rating during the regular season (98.4), and lowest career pass interception percent (1.99%)

All 2011 Super Bowl MVP odds are listed below:

 

Aaron Rodgers +150 would pay $150 for every $100 bet or $15 for every $10 bet.

AJ Hawk +2500 would pay $2500 for every $100 bet or $250 for every $10 bet.

Ben Roethlisberger +350 would pay $350 for every $100 bet or $35 for every $10 bet.

Charles Woodson                  +2000

Clay Matthews                  +2500

Donald Driver                  +2000

Emmanuel Sanders         +2500

Greg Jennings                  +1000

Heath Miller                           +3000

Hines Ward                           +2200

James Farrior                  +2500

James Harrison                  +2000

James Jones                           +3000

James Starks                  +1200

Jordy Nelson                  +2800

Lawrence Timmons         +2000

Mike Wallace                  +1500

Rashard Mendenhall         +650

Sam Shields                           +2500

Tramon Williams                  +2500

Troy Polamalu                   +1200

Field (Any Other Player)         +750

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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