The MVP award is always among the most popular Super Bowl prop bets. With 10 Pro Bowl players in the upcoming matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers, there are plenty of legitimate candidates to be named the most valuable player in the biggest NFL game of 2020.

Here’s a look at the five best Super Bowl LIV MVP bets. Betting odds are courtesy of FanDuel Sportsbook.

Patrick Mahomes (+110)

A quarterback has been named the MVP in 29 of the 53 Super Bowls and nine of the last 13 Super Bowls. Mahomes is both the best and most important player on either team. He’s been outstanding this postseason with nine total touchdowns, no turnovers, 615 passing yards and 106 rushing yards in two games. Mahomes has a 115.0 passer rating in four career playoff games. If he has any kind of success in a Chiefs’ victory, it’s hard to imagine anyone but Mahomes winning the award.

George Kittle (+1700)

Jimmy Garoppolo (+240) only has 208 passing yards in the playoffs after throwing for both over 250 yards with an above-average passer rating in just six regular-season starts. Raheem Mostert (+750) would be the first running back to be a Super Bowl MVP since 1998. Four receivers have won the award in the last 15 years, and Kittle is the most dangerous option in San Francisco’s passing game. The tight end had 888 yards and five touchdowns in his final 11 games of the regular season. Kittle’s ability to run-block and break tackles help his candidacy.

Nick Bosa (+3500)

The rookie was the best player in San Francisco’s divisional-round victory over the Minnesota Vikings with two sacks and six tackles. Bosa was the NFC Defensive Player of the Month for October and he was named the NFC Defensive Player of the Week on two separate occasions. He recorded eight sacks as the 49ers got off to an 8-0 start.

Tyrann Mathieu (+5500)

Mathieu was the biggest factor in turning around Kansas City’s pass defense. He was named AFC Defensive Player of the Month for December with the best grade of any safety in the second half of the season, according to Pro Football Focus. Mathieu was all over the field with nine tackles in the AFC Championship Game. He could have a few chances to create turnovers, given Garoppolo's 14 interceptions in 18 games.

Fred Warner (+20000)

Warner is among the most underrated players in football. The linebacker won the NFC Defensive Player of the Week award in Week 12, and he totaled 44 total tackles and three sacks to win the NFC Defensive Player of the Month award for November. A linebacker has been named the Super Bowl MVP in two of the last six years. He can follow in the footsteps of Malcolm Smith (2014 MVP) and Von Miller (2016 MVP) by leading a strong defensive effort against an elite quarterback.