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Odds to win the 2011 Super Bowl MVP (updated 1:45 pm ET)

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Feb/06/2011
Odds to win the 2011 Super Bowl MVP

Odds to win the 2011 Super Bowl MVP at SBG Global were among the most wagered on coming into the big game that kicks off 6:30 pm ET. 

Aaron Rodgers remained the favorite to be named 2011 Super Bowl MVP with his odds slashed even further from +150 to +120 in the last few days.  A $12 bet would now pay out $10.

Ben Roethlisberger was at 3/1 odds.

The quarterback has been named the Most Valuable Player in three of the last four Super Bowls. 

All odds to win the 2011 Super Bowl MVP appear below.

 

7001           Aaron Rodgers       NA       NA     +120          

7002           A J Hawk      NA      NA      +2500

7003           Ben Roethlisberger          NA      NA      +300

7004           Charles Woodson   NA      NA      +1800

7005           Clay Matthews       NA      NA      +2400

7006           Donald Driver        NA      NA      +2000

7007           Emmanuel Sanders         NA      NA      +2500

7008           Greg Jennings       NA      NA      +800

7009           Heath Miller NA      NA      +2800

7010           Hines Ward NA      NA      +2200

7011           James Farrior        NA      NA      +2500

7012           James Harrison      NA      NA      +2000

7013           James Jones         NA      NA      +3000

7014           James Starks        NA      NA      +900

7015           Jordy Nelson          NA      NA      +2500

7016           Lawrence Timmons          NA      NA      +2000

7017           Mike Wallace         NA      NA      +1400

7018           Rashard Mendenhall        NA      NA      +650

7019           Sam Shields          NA      NA      +2500

7020           Tramon Williams    NA      NA      +2500

7021           Troy Polamalu       NA      NA      +1100

7022           Field (Any Other Player)   NA      NA      +750

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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