Power Ranking Every Super Bowl MVP Performance Following Super Bowl XLVIII

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Power Ranking Every Super Bowl MVP Performance Following Super Bowl XLVIII
Associated Press
Seattle's Malcolm Smith became the third linebacker named Super Bowl MVP thanks to the Seahawks' 43-8 win over the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII.

As some may or may not know, I’m a little partial to these historic NFL pieces.

This time around, we’re taking a look at all 48 performances that earned Most Valuable Player honors in a Super Bowl.

Remember, this is a power ranking based on what these individuals did in the game opposed to rating the players themselves. After all, in some instances, you could make a case that there may have been a More Valuable Player than the Most Valuable Player, at least according to this observer.

Looking for criteria in terms of the rankings? Each performance was terrific in its own way and some played bigger roles than others when it came to making the difference between victory and defeat.

So congrats to Seattle Seahawks linebacker Malcolm Smith, as well as the others who have garnered this rare honor.

More importantly, enjoy reminiscing about the game we all continue to enjoy.

 

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