The 2012 Super Bowl will be full of surprises, but one thing for sure is the likelihood of a quarterback earning the 2012 Super Bowl MVP are very good. This year Eli Manning and Tom Brady will be facing off in the 2012 Super Bowl MVP battle and each of these high-profile QB's stand a great shot at taking the honor of Super Bowl MVP. According to Las Vegas odds on the MVP title, Tom Brady holds the edge with 7/5 odds versus Eli Manning who is posted at online sportsbooks with 9/4 odds.
Tom Brady has started as the New England Patriots quarterback ten seasons and has earned the Super Bowl MVP honor twice already. This year with a Super Bowl victory, Tom Brady could potentially earn his third Super Bowl MVP title and and tie legendary Joe Montana. Brady holds a 63.8 all-time passing percentage with 5,321 passes of which 3,397 were for completions. Brady has thrown for 300 touchdowns and 115 interceptions.
Eli Manning, younger brother to Peyton Manning has held is own as an NFL quarterback, starting for the New York Giants since 2004. Manning has also earned the Super Bowl MVP honor with the Giants win over the Patriots in 2008. Manning has 3,921 passing attempts with 2,291 completions earning a 58.4 passing percentage since week 17 of the 2011 NFL season.
It's a tough call if you're planning to make a prediction on the 2012 Super Bowl MVP, but with the current Vegas odds on the Super Bowl favoring the New England Patriots, the best bet for Super Bowl MVP will have to be Tom Brady.
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