2017 NFL MVP Award Odds
The odds are out for the 2017 NFL regular season MVP award and not surprising, Tom Brady is favored to take home the hardware.
According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, Brady is a 11/2 favorite to win the 2017 NFL MVP award next regular season. The Patriots signal-caller is favored despite not winning the award since 2010. That was the second league MVP of his career, with the first coming in 2007.
Continuing with the odds, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has the next-best odds to win at 7/1, followed by Raiders signal-caller Derek Carr at 9/1. Rodgers won his MVP in 2011 while Carr is still searching for his first league most valuable player award. Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger, meanwhile, is 10/1 to win the MVP this year, followed by Dak Prescott at 12/1.
Russell Wilson, meanwhile, is 16/1, as is 2016 MVP winner Matt Ryan of the Falcons. Pittsburgh running back Le'Veon Bell has the best odds of the non-quarterbacks at 16/1, followed by Cowboys tailback Ezekiel Elliott, who is 20/1. Panthers quarterback Cam Newton, who won the MVP in 2015, is 25/1. Andrew Luck, Drew Brees and Jameis Winston are all 25/1, respectively, as well.
Some of the mid-range long shots include David Johnson, Marcus Mariota and Carson Wentz at 33/1, respectively, while Antonio Brown, Julio Jones, Carson Palmer, Sam Bradford, Matt Stafford, Eli Manning, Philip Rivers, Adrian Peterson and Kirk Cousins are all 50/1, respectively. Alex Smith, Ryan Tannehill, Odell Beckham Jr., J.J. Watt, Rob Gronkowski and Khalil Mack are all 66/1, respectively.
Finally, T.Y. Hilton, Von Miller, Andy Dalton, Joe Flacco, Marshawn Lynch, LeSean McCoy, Blake Bortles and DeMarco Murray are all 100/1, respectively, to win the 2017 NFL MVP this upcoming season. Those players have the longest odds to win.