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2021 NFL MVP Odds

July 25, 2021
by VI News

2021-22 NFL MVP Odds

Contenders To Win 2021-22 NFL MVP(2/5/22)
Team American Fractional
Patrick Mahomes (Kansas City) +500 5/1
Josh Allen (Buffalo) +1000 10/1
Dak Prescott (Dallas) +1200 12/1
Russell Wilson (Seattle) +1400 14/1
Tom Brady (Tampa Bay) +1400 14/1
Lamar Jackson (Baltimore) +1600 16/1
Kyler Murray (Arizona) +1600 16/1

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How to Read the NFL Most Valuable Player Odds Market

The NFL MVP award is handed out annually to the top player of the regular season and is voted on by a panel of 50 sportswriters who are selected by the Associated Press (AP).

The award is usually announced the night before the Super Bowl.

Aaron Rodgers won his third MVP in 2020 but the Green Bay quarterback has stated that he doesn't want to return to Green Bay. This should worry anyone looking at Rodgers for the MVP award.

The top betting choice is Kansas City signal caller Patrick Mahomes at 5/1 odds.

After the quarterbacks on the betting board, the first other position players to be listed is running back Derrick Henry of the Tennessee Titans at 50/1 odds. Also listed at 50/1 odds is RB Christian McCaffrey of the Carolina Panthers.

NFL MVP History

The NFL MVP has been dominated by quarterbacks, winners 43.5 times.

A quarterback has won the past eight years, which includes Rodgers in 2020.

Bettors might want to scratch the Green Bay QB off their future tickets list since back-to-back winners are rare, happening just five times.

The last player to do so was QB Peyton Manning of the Indianapolis Colts and he accomplished the feat twice, doing so in 2003-04 and 2008-09. Manning also has the most MVP awards of all-time, winning five in his career.

NFL MVP Winners

2020-21 - QB Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay Packers)
2019-20 - QB Lamar Jackson (Baltimore Ravens)
2018-19 - QB Patrick Mahomes (Kansas City Chiefs)
2017-18 - QB Tom Brady (New England Patriots
2016-17 - QB Matt Ryan (Atlanta Falcons)
2015-16 - QB Cam Newton (Carolina Panthers)
2014-15 - QB Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay Packers)
2013-14 - QB Peyton Manning (Denver Broncos)
2012-13 - RB Adrian Peterson (Minnesota Vikings)
2011-12 - QB Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay Packers)

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2021-22 Coach of the Year Odds

  • Brandon Staley (L.A. Chargers) 12/1
  • Sean McVay (L.A. Rams) 16/1
  • Kyle Shanahan (San Francisco) 16/1
  • Andy Reid (Kansas City) 16/1
  • Brian Flores (Miami) 16/1
  • Arthur Smith (Atlanta) 16/1
  • Kevin Stefanski (Cleveland) 18/1
  • Frank Reich (Indianapolis) 18/1
  • Sean McDermott (Buffalo) 18/1
  • Robert Salah (N.Y. Jets) 18/1
  • Ron Rivera (Washington) 18/1
  • Bill Belichick (New England) 20/1
  • Matt Rhule (Carolina) 20/1
  • Urban Meyer (Jacksonville) 20/1
  • Bruce Arians (Tampa Bay) 20/1
  • John Harbaugh (Baltimore) 20/1
  • Sean Payton (New Orleans) 25/1
  • Joe Judge (N.Y. Giants) 25/1
  • Vic Fangio (Denver) 25/1
  • Mike Zimmer (Minnesota) 25/1
  • Mike McCarthy (Dallas) 25/1
  • Matt Nagy (Chicago) 25/1
  • Mike Vrabel (Tennessee) 25/1
  • Matt LaFleur (Green Bay) 30/1
  • Pete Carroll (Seattle) 30/1
  • Mike Tomlin (Pittsburgh) 35/1
  • Kliff Kingsbury (Arizona) 35/1
  • Nick Sirianni (Philadelphia) 35/1
  • John Gruden (Las Vegas) 40/1
  • Dan Campbell (Detroit) 50/1
  • Zac Taylor (Cincinnati) 66/1
  • David Culley (Houston) 66/1

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