Who will Super Bowl MVP mention first in speech? Prop bet odds and what you need to know

One of the most popular Super Bowl prop bet asks who the MVP will mention first in his speech? The quarterbacks are routinely recognised as the pre-game favourites, but it might not be as simple as a straight fight between Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady for the MVP award...

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Patrick Mahomes became the youngest quarterback to be crowned Super Bowl MVP as Kansas City Chiefs sealed a comeback win over San Francisco 49ers last February.

The 25-year-old is favourite to be named MVP once more on Sunday after seven 300+ passing yard performances in his last 10 games.

Mahomes mentioned his team-mates first during his post-match speech last year, but the Chiefs QB has been known to praise God at other significant stageposts in his career.

The annual parade at Disney World has been scrapped this year, pushing Disney out to an entriguing 15/2 to be mentioned first. The celebratory declaration “I’m going to Disney World!” has been synonymous with Super Bowl MVPs since 1987, and there’s always the chance of a cheeky twist on the iconic catchphrase.

The quarterbacks are routinely recognised as the pre-game favourites for the MVP award, so Tom Brady also figures right up there with Tyreek Hill, Travis Kelce and Leonard Fournette.