Can Kicker Win the Super Bowl’s MVP?

In Super Bowl history, a soccer player has never won a Super Bowl MVP. Desmond Howard is the only special team player to win this award, winning Super Bowl 31 (Packers vs. Patriots).

A lot of quirks would have to happen to a kick player to win an award. First, they will have to score nearly every point in the game and have a lot of kicks. On top of that, they’ll likely have to hit their winning streak in order to come out on top.

In this match, both of them played great. However, I only see one person with a real chance of winning the prize. That’s Evan McPherson.

WynnBET McPherson’s odds to win the prize are +10000 or 100/1. Those odds are long, but McPherson will make history in the process.

McPherson has excelled in these playoffs, arguably the Bengals’ best player. He has scored two game-defining goals and has made four in every game they have played.

If McPherson does it again, especially if it’s a low-scoring game – and the Bengals win – it will be hard to exclude him from the conversation.

What’s important for McPherson will be the distance of the kicks. It seems unfair, no one respects goals on the 30-yard pitch. That’s what strikers have to do. If he wants to be hailed as the MVP of the game, that will need to come from 45 yards or more – even trouble in goal at 50 yards.

Obviously, he has no control over that. However, that is life for a striker. Can Kicker Win the Super Bowl’s MVP?

John Verrall

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