The Super Bowl MVP had 287 yards passing. The guy who perhaps should have won the award finished with three more.
Receiver Jacoby Jones had a Super Bowl-record 290 combined yards, via 56 receiving yards and 234 return yards, including the longest play and longest kickoff return in Super Bowl history (108 yards).
The fact that Jones had only 56 yards from scrimmage likely made it harder to win the MVP. Then again, in Super Bowl XXXI Desmond Howard became the MVP with zero yards from scrimmage and 244 return yards, two fewer yards that Brett Favre generated through the air in that game.
So, yeah, maybe Jones should have been the MVP. Cast your vote below.