Early 2020-21 AP NFL MVP Odds!

Early 2020-21 AP NFL MVP Betting Odds!

While the parties in Kansas City are still going strong, the Westgate SuperBook has already put out the odds for next season’s NFL MVP. It’s no shock that the last two players to be bestowed with the honor are the clear-cut favorites to win it once again. After his Super Bowl LIV MVP performance, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is the favorite at odds of 4-1. Last season’s Most Valuable Player Lamar Jackson slides in a close second to repeat at odds of 6-1.

For a complete betting breakdown, be sure to head over to SI.Com/Gambling!

https://www.si.com/gambling/2020/02/06/nfl-2020-mvp-odds-patrick-mahomes-lamar-jackson

Patrick Mahomes (Chiefs) 4/1

Lamar Jackson (Ravens) 6/1

Russell Wilson (Seahawks) 10/1

Deshaun Watson (Texans) 12/1

Dak Prescott (Cowboys) 16/1

Carson Wentz (Eagles) 16/1

Drew Brees (Saints) 20/1

Aaron Rodgers (Packers) 20/1

Kyler Murray (Cardinals) 20/1

Matt Ryan (Falcons) 30/1

Christian McCaffrey (Panthers) 30/1

Tom Brady (Patriots) 30/1

Josh Allen (Bills) 40/1

Ben Roethlisberger (Steelers) 40/1

Cam Newton (Panthers) 40/1

Baker Mayfield (Browns) 40/1

Jimmy Garoppolo (49erst) 40/1

Kirk Cousins (Vikings) 40/1

Matthew Stafford (Lions) 40/1

Derrick Henry (Titans) 60/1

Nick Chubb (Browns) 80/1

Dalvin Cook (Vikings) 80/1

Saquon Barkley (Giants) 80/1

Jameis Winston (Buccaneers) 80/1

Tua Tagovailoa* 80/1

Sam Darnold (Jets) 80/1

Leonard Fournette (Jaguars) 100/1

Alvin Kamara (Saints) 100/1

Aaron Jones (Packers) 100/1

Daniel Jones (Giants) 100/1

Phillip Rivers (FA) 100/1

Ryan Tannehill (Titans) 100/1

Jared Goff (Rams) 100/1

Derek Carr (Raiders) 100/1

Gardner Minshew (Jaguars) 100/1

Ryan Fitzpatrick (Dolphins) 100/1

Dwayne Haskins (Redskins) 100/1

Joe Burrow* 100/1

Drew Locke (Broncos) 100/1

Mitchell Trubisky (Bears) 100/1

Justin Herbert* 100/1

Josh Jacobs (Raiders) 100/1

Joe Mixon (Bengals) 100/1

Todd Gurley (Rams) 100/1

Sony Michel (Patriots) 100/1

TJ Watt (Steelers) 100/1

Aaron Donald (Rams) 100/1

Nick Bosa (49ers) 100/1

Myles Garrett (Browns) 100/1

Khalil Mack (Bears) 100/1

Minkah Fitzpatrick (Steelers) 100/1

Chase Young* 100/1

JJ Watt (Texans) 100/1

Michael Thomas (Saints) 200/1

Julio Jones (Falcons) 200/1

Chris Godwin (Buccaneers) 200/1

Mike Evans (Buccaneers) 200/1

DeAndre Hopkins (Texans) 200/1

Odell Beckham Jr (Browns) 200/1

Mark Engram (Ravens) 200/1

Raheem Mostert (49ers) 200/1

Melvin Gordon (Chargers) 200/1

Kentan Drake (Cardinals) 200/1

Marlon Mack (Colts) 200/1

James Conner (Steelers) 200/1

Le’Veon Bell (Jets) 200/1

Joey Bosa (Chargers) 200/1

Bobby Wagner (Seahawks) 200/1

Von Miller (Broncos) 200/1

Travis Kelce (Chiefs) 300/1

George Kittle (49ers) 300/1

Kenny Golladay (Lions) 300/1

Amari Cooper (Cowboys) 300/1

Tyreek Hill (Chiefs) 300/1

Zach Ertz (Eagles) 300/1

Davante Adams (Packers) 300/1

Tyler Lockett (Seahawks) 300/1

DeVante Parker (Dolphins) 300/1

Ceedee Lamb* 500/1

Jerry Jeudy* 500/1

Maxx Crosby (Raiders) 500/1

Damien Williams (Chiefs) 500/1

*–former NCAA players that could be drafted in April’s NFL Draft

 

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