LAS VEGAS, NV (The Spread) - Who will win the Most Outstanding Player Award in the CFL this season? Let's check out the odds.
According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, Ricky Ray of Toronto has the best odds to win the Most Outstanding Player Award at 13/4 odds. Jon Cornish of Calgary has the next-best odds at 9/2 while Travis Lulay of B.C. is 6/1. Darian Durant of Saskatchewan is 7/1, while Chad Owens of Toronto, CJ Gable of Hamilton and SJ Green of Montreal are all 12/1, respectively.
Continuing with the odds, Fred Stamps of Edmonton is 16/1 to win Most Outstanding Player in 2014, as are Zach Collaros of Hamilton, Troy Smith of Montreal and Bo Levi Mitchell of Calgary. Mike Reilly of Edmonton and Drew Willy of Winnipeg are both 20/1, respectively, while Chad Johnson of Montreal, Andrew Harris of B.C. and Chad Kackert of Toronto are all 25/1, respectively.
Speaking of Chad Johnson, will he lead the Montreal Alouettes in receiving yards in 2014? The odds are against the feat happening, as he's 5/1 to lead the team in receiving yards and 8/1 to take a backseat to one of his teammates. He's also 5/1 not to lead the Alouettes in receiving touchdowns this season and +350 to rack up the most TDs.
Finally, will Jon Cornish break the record for most rushing yards by a Canadian in 2014? The odds are 6/1 that he will and 1/100 that he won't. So chances are, no, he won't break the record this season.