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2020 NFL MVP Odds


Betting odds on who will win the NFL Most Valuable Player award for the 2020 season are available.

Last season's MVP, Baltimore quarterback Lamar Jackson, is currently the second betting choice at +600 odds (Bet $100 to win $600) after throwing a league-best 36 touchdowns and rushing for 1,206 yards in only his second season in the league.

Jackson sits behind Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes (+400) of the Chiefs, who captured league MVP in the 2018 season. Mahomes missed nearly three games due to a dislocated knee in 2019, but came back to lead Kansas City to its first Super Bowl title in 50 seasons while throwing for 4,031 yards and 26 touchdowns.

QB Russell Wilson of the Seattle Seahawks was in the running for league MVP this past season along with Jackson after leading Seattle to an 11-5 record with 31 passing touchdowns and five interceptions. Wilson (6/1) is one of 10 quarterbacks at 25/1 odds.

2020 MVP Quarterback Contender Odds

  • Patrick Mahomes +400
  • Russell Wilson +600
  • Lamar Jackson +700
  • Dak Prescott +1400
  • Tom Brady +1600
  • Carson Wentz +1800
  • Drew Brees +2000
  • Deshaun Watson +2000
  • Kyler Murray +2500
  • Cam Newton +2500
  • Aaron Rodgers +3000
  • Baker Mayfield +3500
  • Matt Ryan +4000
  • Jimmy Garoppolo +4000
  • Philip Rivers +4000
  • Josh Allen +5000
  • Kirk Cousins +5000
  • Matthew Stafford +5000
  • Ben Roethlisberger +5000
  • Jarrett Stidham +6000
  • Drew Lock +6500
  • Jared Goff +7000
  • Daniel Jones +7000
  • Ryan Tannehill +7000
  • Derek Carr +8000
  • Sam Darnold +9000
  • Teddy Bridgewater +10000
  • Mitchell Trubisky +10000
  • Jacoby Brissett +12500
  • Taysom Hill +12500
  • Joe Burrow +15000
  • Dwayne Haskins Jr. +15000
  • Ryan Fitzpatrick +15000
  • Nick Foles +15000
  • Tua Tagovailoa +15000
  • Tyrod Taylor +15000
  • Andy Dalton +20000
  • Marcus Mariota +20000
  • Gardner Minshew +20000
  • Jameis Winston +20000
  • Jalen Hurts +25000
  • Josh Rosen +25000
  • Justin Herbert +50000
  • Case Keenum +50000
A running back hasn't won the NFL MVP since Adrian Peterson of the Minnesota Vikings achieved the feat in the 2012 season. Bettors looking for the 'ground and pound' style to the NFL can receive generous odds on some big-name running backs.

2020 MVP Running Back Contender Odds

  • Saquon Barkley +4000
  • Christian McCaffrey +4000
  • Derrick Henry +5000
  • Dalvin Cook +6600
  • Ezekiel Elliott +7000
  • Todd Gurley +10000
  • Alvin Kamara +10000
  • Raheem Mostert +10000
  • Melvin Gordon +12500
  • Mark Ingram +12500
  • Le'Veon Bell +15000
  • Matt Breida +15000
  • Nick Chubb +15000
  • James Conner +15000
  • Clyde Edwards-Helaire +15000
  • Austin Ekeler +15000
  • Josh Jacobs +15000
  • Phillip Lindsay +15000
  • Sony Michel +15000
  • Joe Mixon +15000
  • Miles Sanders +15000
  • Devin Singletary +15000
  • Cam Akers +20000
  • Devonta Freeman +20000
  • Jordan Howard +20000
  • David Johnson +20000
  • Kenyan Drake +25000
  • Carlos Hyde +25000
  • Kerryon Johnson +25000
  • Lamar Miller +25000
  • Ronald Jones +25000
  • Adrian Peterson +25000
  • Ke'Shawn Vaughn +30000
  • D'Andre Swift +50000
  • Jonathan Taylor +50000
  • J.K. Dobbins +50000
  • AJ Dillon +50000
Listed below are the odds for all available players to win the NFL 2020 Most Valuable Player.

NFL 2020 Most Valuable Player Odds

2020 NFL MVP Odds (Ascending Order)
Player Odds
Patrick Mahomes +400
Lamar Jackson +600
Russell Wilson +600
Tom Brady +2000
Deshaun Watson +2000
Drew Brees +2200
Dak Prescott +2200
Kyler Murray +2500
Aaron Rodgers +2500
Carson Wentz +2500
Baker Mayfield +3300
Matt Ryan +3300
Derrick Henry +4000
Philip Rivers +4000
Josh Allen +5000
Saquon Barkley +5000
Jimmy Garoppolo +5000
Christian McCaffrey +5000
Ben Roethlisberger +5000
Matthew Stafford +5000
Jarrett Stidham +5000
Dalvin Cook +6600
Kirk Cousins +6600
Aaron Donald +6600
Jared Goff +6600
Daniel Jones +6600
Cam Newton +6600
Teddy Bridgewater +8000
Derek Carr +8000
Drew Lock +8000
Ryan Tannehill +8000
Nick Bosa +10000
Sam Darnold +10000
Ezekiel Elliott +10000
Alvin Kamara +10000
Khalil Mack +10000
J.J. Watt +10000
TJ Watt +10000
Jameis Winston +10000
George Kittle +10000
Raheem Mostert +10000
D'Andre Swift +10000
Michael Thomas +10000
Davante Adams +15000
Odell Beckham Jr. +15000
Le'Veon Bell +15000
Joey Bosa +15000
Jacoby Brissett +15000
Joe Burrow +15000
Nick Chubb +15000
Ryan Fitzpatrick +15000
Nick Foles +15000
Todd Gurley +15000
Dwayne Haskins +15000
Tyreek Hill +15000
DeAndre Hopkins +15000
Josh Jacobs +15000
Aaron Jones +15000
Julio Jones +15000
Gardner Minshew +15000
Mitchell Trubisky +15000
Taysom Hill +15000
Tyrod Taylor +15000
Mike Evans +20000
Chris Godwin +20000
Travis Kelce +20000
Joe Mixon +20000
Miles Sanders +20000
Leonard Fournette +25000
Justin Herbert +25000
Tua Tagovailoa +25000
James Conner +25000
MarkIngram +25000
Von Miller +25000
Chase Young +25000
Zach Ertz +50000
Jerry Jeudy +50000
CeeDee Lamb +50000

Where to Bet 2020 NFL MVP

Favorites to Win NFL MVP

  • Patrick Mahomes +400: He threw barely half the amount of touchdown passes in ‘19 than the 50 he fired off in winning MVP in his first season as a starter. He wouldn’t have beaten Lamar Jackson out even if he hadn’t missed time to a broken kneecap, but excelling in the postseason rightfully landed him the favorite’s role. With a championship under his belt and a starring role at the helm of the reigning Super Bowl favorite, Mahomes may start racking up trophies.

  • Lamar Jackson +600: Last year’s award was bestowed upon him unanimously after he blew everyone away by leading the league in TD passes while rushing for over 1,200 yards, a new record for a quarterback. He obliterated defenses and helped Baltimore score an NFL-best 33.2 points per game. It’s unlikely that coordinators will fare drastically better against him in 2020, so the youngest MVP in league history is likely to be in the mix for the foreseeable future.

  • Russell Wilson +600: The Seahawks’ star has been in the mix over the past three seasons, throwing 100 touchdown passes in that span. He’s no longer scrambling as much as he did earlier in his career but has the element of surprise at his disposal since the 49ers are now the team everyone is targeting in the NFC West. A surprise 13-3 run where Seattle unexpectedly claims its conference’s top seed is within reach thanks to a favorable schedule.

  • Tom Brady +2000: He’ll be 43 years old when the season starts but will have more weapons around him than he’s enjoyed in years. Expect a fresh start in Tampa to re-energize Brady. Bruce Arians’ pass-happy tendencies offer plenty of rope for Brady to put up his biggest numbers in years and prove he’s got gas left in the tank. There’s value in the Bucs emerging as a player in the NFC, which means Brady’s best shot at a fourth MVP award will be this next one.

Longshot Sleeper Picks to Win NFL MVP

  • Dak Prescott +2200: While his contract situation remains an obstacle, it’s likely that he’ll have a big year regardless of what the resolution ends up being. Prescott has another great weapon in rookie CeeDee Lamb, who combined with Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup, could give Dallas the NFL’s best receiving corps. Prescott set career-bests in completions, touchdowns and passing yards last season and should be even better in 2020 in a season where the Cowboys are favored to win the NFC East.

  • Philip Rivers +4000: Similar to Brady, Rivers should be rejuvenated by new surroundings. He’ll have one of the NFL’s top offensive lines protecting him and will actually have a homefield advantage to work with for the first time since the Chargers left San Diego. If Rivers can trim his turnovers and produce an AFC South title for Indianapolis, he’ll emerge as a contender. Top targets T.Y. Hilton and Parris Campbell need to stay healthy, but Rivers has thrown for over 4,200 yards in seven straight seasons and should stack numbers.

  • Drew Lock +8000: He was 4-1 as a starter after finally getting healthy enough to play as a rookie. With RB Melvin Gordon joining rookie receivers Jerry Jeudy and K.J. Hamler as weapons alongside holdovers Phillip Lindsay and Courtland Sutton, the Broncos will have more speed than they’ve enjoyed in years. Lock would be a lottery ticket that would pay out if Denver manages to challenge the Chiefs for the AFC West title by riding a second-round pick who is already emerging as a sleeper proving those who overlooked him wrong.

  • Alvin Kamara +10000: After Drew Brees’ regarding protesting the flag on the heels of the George Floyd protests immediately proved to be divisive, the Saints may wind up becoming Kamara’s team. Already viewed as one of the most valuable running backs in the league given his versatility and skills in the open field, Kamara may need to be the galvanizing force for a New Orleans team that was expected to be one of the NFC favorites. He’s made 81 catches in three straight seasons.

NFL MVP History (Last 25 Years)

2019 - QB Lamar Jackson Baltimore Ravens
2018 - QB Patrick Mahomes Kansas City Chiefs
2017 - QB Tom Brady New England Patriots
2016 - QB Matt Ryan Atlanta Falcons
2015 - QB Cam Newton Carolina Panthers
2014 - QB Aaron Rodgers Green Bay Packers
2013 - QB Peyton Manning Denver Broncos
2012 - RB Adrian Peterson Minnesota Vikings
2011 - QB Aaron Rodgers Green Bay Packers
2010 - QB Tom Brady New England Patriots
2009 - QB Peyton Manning Indianapolis Colts
2008 - QB Peyton Manning Indianapolis Colts
2007 - QB Tom Brady New England Patriots
2006 - RB LaDainian Tomlinson San Diego Chargers
2005 - RB Shaun Alexander Seattle Seahawks
2004 - QB Peyton Manning Indianapolis Colts
2003 - QB Steve McNair Tennessee Titans
2003 - QB Peyton Manning Indianapolis Colts
2002 - QB Rich Gannon Oakland Raiders
2001 - QB Kurt Warner St. Louis Rams
2000 - RB Marshall Faulk St. Louis Rams
1999 - QB Kurt Warner St. Louis Rams
1998 - RB Terrell Davis Denver Broncos
1997 - RB Barry Sanders Detroit Lions
1996 - QB Brett Favre Green Bay Packers

Odds Subject to Change

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