Super Bowl 53 MVP Los Angeles Rams vs New England Patriots Live Stream News, Pick, Odds, & Prediction 2/3/19

Game: Los Angeles Rams vs. New England Patriots
Date & Time: Sunday February 3, 2019, 3:00 PM (EST)
Location: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia
The Line: The Line: — Over/Under:
TV Channel: CBS

In addition to betting on the Super Bowl game, there are a million more bets you can make at the camp hoping to maximize your winnings in the final game of the NFL season. One of these things is to predict who will win the Most Valuable Player in the Super Bowl. The odds are there and there are many options to choose from.

Here are five players who intrigue the betting options of the Super Bowl MVP between Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots.


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Overview, odds, and predictions of Super Bowl bets
Tom Brady / Jared Goff –

Let these two guys leave early. The chances of Tom Brady or Jared Goff winning the Most Valuable Player in the Super Bowl are very good, considering that 9 of the last 12 winners were quarterbacks. These two guys are the faces of their franchise and they get the most credit when their team wins. If you are looking for a safe bet and a much higher chance of real return, Brady with -110 or Goff with +200 are good places to start. Since 2010, it has only been two years since a field marshal won the Super Bowl title.

Rob Gronkowski:

Rob Gronkowski, one of the oddest betting options for the Super Bowl MVP, has a probability of +5000. The best player in your place, a touchdown, and a great machine is more a last-minute idea in the betting market. Gronkowski remains Brady’s favorite target and has 16 career games with at least two touchdowns. Last week, Gronkowski had 11 goals and made a difficult pass in the last minutes to help the Patriots defeat the Kansas City Chiefs. These 11 goals were the most numerous that Gronkowski has seen throughout the season. If Gronk launches and has a great game with a catch or two, he could become the first tight end to win this prize.

Aaron Donald

Aaron Donald has not played in the playoffs yet, but he is still the best defensive lineman in the game and the best defensive player, regardless of his place. If the Rams are going to defeat the Patriots, Donald must press Brady and make mistakes. We have attended Donald’s playoff games throughout his career. He has played seven games this season with seven sacks and has nothing to envy the forced fumble. If Donald has the game he is capable of, he could trade a good ticket to +1600. Donald will also join Harvey Martin, Randy White, and Richard Dent as the only defensive lineman to win the Super Bowl MVP.

Marcus Peters

Larry Brown is the only cornerback to win the Super Bowl title, as he did for the Dallas Cowboys in 1996, a game in which he had two interceptions. Marcus Peters is a defensive backpacker with a great capacity for play and talent for football. In fact, in four seasons, Peters scored four touchdowns, five forced fumbles and 22 steals. If Peters plays a game that changes the game or can produce a six-quarter pick, he is his most valuable Super Bowl player. I really like the value of Peters and the rating of +8000.

Todd Gurley

Todd Gurley took the ball only four times against the New Orleans Saints and it reported that his knee could still be bothering him. Since Thanksgiving, Gurley has played only two games in which he has run more than 100 meters. That said, the Rams’ star has two weeks to defend and will face a New England defense that allowed 4.9 yards per game, tied with Arizona, Atlanta, and Seattle for the bottom of the championship. The midfielders also won seven Super Bowl MVPs, which makes them the second highest per place behind the quarterbacks. However, Terrell Davis in 1998 is the last carrier to take the team home. It’s worth considering Gurley and the +1600 rating, especially if reports begin to show that the knee is progressing.

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