List of Super Bowl MVP Award Winners

Each Super Bowl we see a team crowned the NFL's best as a coach and quarterback hoist the Lombardi Trophy aloft.

With every Super Bowl winner comes an MVP, quite often from the same team and almost as frequent; their quarterback.  

Here, the Dimers team look back at the 11 Super Bowl MVP winners from 2010-21. However, if you're looking for the Super Bowl MVP, here are the best odds, probabilities and promotions in the United States.

Let's take you back in time and get to it. Hey, New England, you may even remember what it was like to be good!

Super Bowl LV MVP

Tom Brady, QB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

21/29, 201 yards, 3 TDs

TB didn't exactly stretch the field when passing for his 201 yards and 3 TDs. The GOAT, on his way to a seventh Super Bowl win, was sacked only once in the game. Again, he took home the MVP award as well, setting the bar at five Super Bowl MVP awards.

Super Bowl LIV MVP

Patrick Mahomes, QB, Kansas City Chiefs

26/42, 286 yards, 2 TDs, rush TD, 2 INTs

J-Lo and Shakira should feel very aggrieved at missing out. They certainly were my vote for MVP.

Anyway (sadly), back to the game, the NFL's poster boy recovered from a shocking start to hose the 49ers secondary late on, inspiring the Chiefs to their first Super Bowl in 40 years. 

MVP moment: With 7:13 remaining on 3 and 15, trailing 20-10, Mahomes, on the now famous 2-3 Jet Chip Wasp play, launched a 44-yard bomb. 

MVPat went on to find Kelce for the TD and you know the rest.

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Super Bowl LIII MVP

Julian Edelman, WR, New England Patriots

10 receptions, 141 yards

In the most dour Super Bowl in recent memory, Julian Edelman didn't provide us with entertainment, but what he did was will his team to its sixth Lombardi Trophy.

Edelman gained 8 first downs on 10 receptions, which proved critical given the low scoring 13-3 victory.

MVP moment: With the Patriots leading 3-0 and 11:47 remaining in the 3rd quarter, New England faced 3 and 4 from their own 14. Edelman came up big with a 27-yard reception to deny LA the ball and great field position. 

Super Bowl LII MVP

Nick Foles, QB, Philadelphia Eagles

28/43, 373 yards, 3 TDs, TD reception, INT

Nick Foles put in the performance of his lifetime in a true David and Goliath story.

Belichick had no answer for Foles in what will no doubt be remembered as one of the great Super Bowls.

MVP moment: Of course we can point to the Philly, Philly Special and why not?

Though Foles' true MVP moment came with the Eagles trailing 33-23 with 2:25 remaining, on 3 and 7. The backup QB found Zach Ertz on a slant for the 11-yard go-ahead TD. New England never recovered.

Super Bowl LI MVP

Tom Brady, QB, New England Patriots

43/62, 466 yards, 2 TDs, INT

Who else could it be? Many would actually tell you James White, but we know the NFL loves its quarterbacks. 

Brady cemented his legacy as the GOAT with an astonishing 28-3 comeback against the Atlanta Falcons, giving he and Belichick their fifth rings. 

MVP moment: What if I told you it was Brady's legs rather than his arm?

Before the comeback truly began (trailing 28-3) Brady scrambled for 15 yards – on 3rd and 8 from Atlanta's 35 – to move the chains. New England scored a TD just four plays later. 

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Super Bowl 50 MVP

Von Miller, LB, Denver Broncos

2 forced fumbles, 2.5 sacks, six tackles

Von Miller crowned himself as the greatest defensive player in football with a virtuoso solo performance to hand an ailing Peyton Manning his second Super Bowl. 

MVP moment: Miller's strip sack of Cam Newton with scores at 16-10 Denver's way. 

On 3 and 9 from Carolina's own 24, Miller forced the ball out, before Cam infamously chose not to dive on the ball. T.J. Ward recovered before the Broncos sealed victory.

Super Bowl XLIX MVP

Tom Brady, QB, New England Patriots

37/50, 328 yards, 4 TDs, 2 INTs

They spelled Malcolm Butler wrong. 

MVP moment: Brady jumping up and down on the sidelines as Butler picked off Russell Wilson's brain-fade pass from the 1-yard line. 

Super Bowl XLVIII MVP

Malcolm Smith, LB, Seattle Seahawks

INT for TD, fumble recovery, 10 tackles

There was an entire list to choose from in what was a Broncos bloodbath at MetLife Stadium. Seattle's defense blew up the Broncos in one of the most one-sided Super Bowls ever.

MVP moment: Smith's pick six with 3:32 remaining in the half. Seattle led 15-0, which wasn't insurmountable. Smith's 69-yard INT return TD altered the momentum of the Super Bowl and ruined any hopes of a Bronco comeback.

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Super Bowl XLVII MVP

Joe Flacco, QB, Baltimore Ravens

22/33, 287 yards, 3 TDs

Like Nick Foles, Joe Flacco had a once-in-a-lifetime postseason run which, sadly for Baltimore fans, was never repeated itself.

Flacco was money in the Super Bowl, leading the underdog Ravens to their second championship.

MVP moment: The moment which sent the Ravens on their way. A 56-yard TD bomb to Jacoby Jones gave Baltimore a 21-3 lead just before the half. The way Flacco stepped up on 3 and 10 and launched it showed the bravery he was renowned for in their Super Bowl run.

Super Bowl XLVI MVP

Eli Manning, QB, New York GIants

30/40, 296 yards, 1 TD

Manning's second Super Bowl MVP wasn't quite as spectacular as his first but no less sweet. I mean, who doesn't like being the only man to ruin the Patriots dynasty.

MVP moment: It just has to be the absolutely absurd throw to Mario Manningham. 

Trailing 17-15, on his own 10, Manning threw the best 38-yard pass you'll ever see in your life. Manningham somehow managed to keep his feet inbounds before the Giants scored the game winning TD thanks to Ahmad Bradshaw's backside.

Super Bowl XLV MVP

Aaron Rodgers, QB, Green Bay Packers

24/39, 304 yards

Aaron Rodgers only Super Bowl appearance didn't disappoint. 

The Packers first championship since 1997 confirmed A-Rod as one the greatest QBs to ever don the green and yellow.

MVP moment: Rodgers' bullet pass to Greg Jennings for 31yards with 5:53 remaining in the fourth. Green Bay faced a 3 and 10 on their own 25. Pittsburgh had all the momentum, so of course when the Cheeseheads needed someone to stand up Rodgers fired a laser to Jennings. Later in the drive, Green Bay extended the lead to 31-25, the eventual final score.

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