Updated Super Bowl MVP Odds: Brady Still the Favorite as Gronk's Odds Decrease

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Updated Super Bowl MVP Odds: Brady Still the Favorite as Gronk's Odds Decrease
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Brady has the best odds to win the MVP of Super Bowl XLVI.

The Super Bowl MVP odds have changed as we approach kickoff. Last week, the odds were drastically different, especially for the longshots in the game.

The most likely player to win the Super Bowl MVP is still Tom Brady with 7:5 odds, followed by Eli Manning at 9:4, according to bovada.lv. 

The changes from a week ago begin with the fourth most likely to win the trophy. Rob Gronkowski had been a 10:1 favorite, but has fallen to 14:1. Hakeem Nicks is now the fourth most likely player to claim the MVP, remaining at 12:1.

Chad Ochocinco made the biggest jump, going from 100:1 to 35:1.

Three defensive players—Justin Tuck, Osi Umenyiora and Vince Wilfork—were all paying 75:1 last week. They are now paying 50:1.

Here is a complete list of the odds as we approach kickoff.

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