The Best Odds for Super Bowl MVP: Why Miles Sanders of the Philadelphia Eagles Could be the Pick

Whether you reside in Philadelphia and are preparing to set cars ablaze and revolt in the streets, or live in Kansas City and are planning to congregate with friends for 29 types of barbecues, there are Super Bowl wagers that will make sense to each of you. The theory here is that Philadelphia’s offensive and defensive lines will be too much for Patrick Mahomes, but if the kid’s ankle is healthy, then you never know.

This is what we do know: When the Eagles ran the ball two weeks ago against the 49ers, they had a lot of success. So why change something that is working?

With that in mind, we are especially focusing on one individual to be the Super Bowl MVP: Miles Sanders. He had 42 of the Eagles 148 rushing yards along with two TDs against the 49ers, and he will be tackling a Chiefs defense that rated 11th defensively and allowed 328.2 yards per game.

Philly had 44 rushing plays and just 25 passing plays two weeks ago against San Francisco, and Sanders scored twice. If he does that again, he is going to be in the MVP conversation despite the star power of Patrick Mahomes and Jalen Hurts. Sanders had 1,269 rushing yards in the regular season, 5th in the NFL, and averaged 4.9 yards per carry.

“I think Miles Sanders needs 20 touches. The guy is as explosive a player in the NFL as anyone else. If they are able to ride Miles and don’t take him off the field, the Eagles have a chance”

Podcast with Zach Ertz. He faced Eagles & Chiefs this year.

Here are the Sanders MVP odds at New York’s nine licensed sportsbooks (you must cross state lines to wager):

DraftKings: +2200

FanDuel: +2500.

BetMGM: +2500.

Pointsbook: +2500.

Caesars: +3500.

Resorts World: Unavailable

BetRivers: +2000.

WynnBet: Unavailable.

BallyBet: Unavailable.

Why Sanders When Hurts and Mahomes are the Superstars?

Mahomes has a gimpy ankle, and Hurts has the best offensive line in the NFL and will have more than enough time to throw. Sanders