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Tom Brady Still Leads Super Bowl MVP Odds

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Not much has happened to change things in the past week, and the updated Super Bowl XLVI MVP odds reflect that fact. New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is still the big favorite, going off at 13/10, according to Bovada. New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning's odds have actually gotten a little longer, as he's now 5/2 after opening at 9/4.

It's not hard to see why oddsmakers like Brady so much. His 39-touchdown, 5,235-yard season goes down in history as one of the greatest passing seasons of all time and he's trying to become the third quarterback to win four Super Bowls. Both Terry Bradshaw and Joe Montana were named MVP when they won their fourth Super Bowls.

Generally speaking, though, the odds are very similar. Depending on Rob Gronkowski's health, Aaron Hernandez at 15/1 is a nice value, as is BenJarvus Green-Ellis at 22/1. Jason Pierre-Paul remains the top defensive player at 30/1.

SUPER BOWL XLVI SPECIALS

Odds to win MVP

Tom Brady 13/10

Eli Manning 5/2

Rob Gronkowski 8/1

Victor Cruz 12/1

Hakeem Nicks 14/1

Wes Welker 15/1

Aaron Hernandez 15/1

Ahmad Bradshaw 22/1

BenJarvus Green-Ellis 22/1

Jason Pierre-Paul 30/1

Deion Branch 35/1

Brandon Jacobs 35/1

Mario Manningham 35/1

Danny Woodhead 50/1

Antrel Rolle 75/1

Justin Tuck 75/1

Jerod Mayo 100/1

Kyle Arrington 100/1

Devin McCourty 100/1

Osi Umenyiora 100/1

Vince Wilfork 100/1

Jake Ballard 100/1

Chad Ochocinco 100/1

Lawrence Tynes 100/1

Stephen Gostkowski 100/1

Field 20/1