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Ravens vs 49ers

San Francisco QB Colin Kaepernick and Baltimore QB Joe Flacco have the best odds to win the Super Bowl MVP and in 5 of the last 6 years a QB has won the award including the last 3.

Sunday, February 03, 2013
Baltimore vs San Francisco
6:30 PM ET
Odds: San Francisco -3.5 at Bovada
Over/Under Odds: 47.5

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Colin Kaepernick +140

Kaepernick has played great in the playoffs so far and in their first post-season game he set the NFL record with 181 rushing yards. He has won big pressure games both in the playoffs and late in the season with a win over the Patriots in New England. He has the best odds to win the Super Bowl MVP and he can not only air it out with many weapons, but he is also a big threat to peel off big runs.

Joe Flacco +300

Flacco has won 3 straight playoff games and in the last 2 he beat the favored Broncos and Patriots on the road. In an impressive statistic he has over 850 passing yards in the playoffs with 8 TD and 0 INT. WR’s Anquan Boldin and Torrey Smith are his main targets and since the 49ers have such a good run defense Flacco may have to carry the offense with his arm and if that is the case he may put up big numbers.

Frank Gore +500

In the 49ers 2 playoff games Gore has rushed for 119 yards and 90 yards respectively and since the 49ers will look to establish the run he will get a lot of touches in this game.

Ray Lewis +700

Lewis has led the Baltimore defense that played great in the AFTC Championship game only giving up 13 points to the high-flying Patriots. This will be his last game since he is retiring after season’s end and he may have the sentimental vote. However, he has played well in this post-season with 25 tackles and 19 assisted tackles. [soliloquy id=”82219″]

Ray Rice +800

Rice rushed for 131 yards in the win over the Broncos in Denver, but in the AFC title game he rushed for 48 yards only averaging a paltry 2.5 yards per carry. He has long shot odds even though he is the main RB for the Ravens, as he will be facing a 49ers run defense that is one of the best in the league and he will also share carries with fellow RB Bernard Pierce, who has really played well in this season’s Playoffs.

Michael Crabtree +1400

Crabtree is the main WR for the 49ers and in the win over the Packers he had 119 yards with 2 TD and in the Falcons win he only had 57 yards with 0 TD. Since the 49ers will look to establish the run early Baltimore will have to play great run defense, which will mean that San Francisco will have to pass the ball to move the chains.

Anquan Boldin +2000

Boldin may be a good bet at +2000 since the 49ers have such a great run defense and Flacco may have to air it out to score. Like Crabtree he will have to make some big plays in the air to win the award.

Here are the odds to win the Super Bowl MVP.  

Colin Kaepernick +140
Joe Flacco +300
Frank Gore +500
Ray Lewis +700
Ray Rice +800
Michael Crabtree +1400
Anquan Boldin +2000
Vernon Davis +2800
Torrey Smith +4000
Dennis Pitta +10000
LaMichael James +12500

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