It won’t be long and the NFL season begins. The oddsmakers have begun giving odds on what players to consider as the NFL MVP for 2019. One thing that is a fact is that many times the MVP is a quarterback. Not always but mostly.




Patrick Mahomes is the pick to repeat according to Westgate Sportsbook. Last year he tossed for 5,097 yards with 50 touchdowns along with a 66% completion of his passes. He averaged just under 9 yards per attempt and led the Kansas City Chiefs to a 2-4 overall record.

The MVP is usually for the quarterbacks to win or lose and following Mahomes is Andrew Luck of the Indianapolis Colts and Aaron Rodgers from Green Bay. Following them is a slew of quarterbacks with Drew Brees and Carson Wentz, Tom Brady, Russell Wilson, and Philip Rivers. The last group of viable quarterback winners at 25-1 are Ben Roethlisberger, Baker Mayfield, and Matt Ryan.

Ezekiel Elliott, running back for the Dallas Cowboys, has the top odds of the non-quarterbacks on the list. In the distance is a few more QBs in Cam Newton, Jared Goff, and Deshaun Watson.



2019 NFL MVP Odds
Patrick Mahomes +400
Aaron Rodgers +800
Andrew Luck +800
Carson Wentz +1000
Drew Brees +1000
Tom Brady +1200
Philip Rivers +1400
Russell Wilson +1400
Ben Roethlisberger +2500
Matt Ryan +2500
Baker Mayfield +2500
Jared Goff +6000
Cam Newton +6000
Ezekiel Elliott +6000
Deshaun Watson +6000
Jimmy Garoppolo +8000
Matthew Stafford +8000
Alvin Kamara +8000
Christian McCaffrey +8000
Kirk Cousins +8000
Saquon Barkley +8000
Dak Prescott +10000
Le’Veon Bell +10000
Sam Darnold +10000
Sony Michel +10000
Aaron Donald +10000
Khalil Mack +10000
Von Miller +10000
J.J. Watt +10000
Joey Bosa +10000
Melvin Ingram +10000
Myles Garrett +10000
Antonio Brown +10000
Derek Carr +10000
Jameis Winston +10000
Julio Jones +10000
Kyler Murray +10000
Lamar Jackson +10000
Marcus Mariota +10000
Melvin Gordon +10000
Michael Thomas +10000
Mike Evans +10000
Nick Chubb +10000
Odell Beckham Jr. +10000
Todd Gurley +10000
Travis Kelce +10000
Mitchell Trubisky +20000
Nick Foles +20000
Fletcher Cox +20000
Nick Bosa +20000
Luke Kuechly +2000
Leighton Vander Esch +20000
Phillip Lindsay +20000
Dalvin Cook +20000
Damien Williams +20000
A.J. Green +20000
Aaron Jones +20000
Adam Thielen +20000
Amari Cooper +20000
Brandin Cooks +20000
Davante Adams +20000
David Johnson +20000
Derrick Henry +20000
Devonta Freeman +20000
James Conner +20000
Joe Mixon +20000
JuJu Smith-Schuster +20000
Julian Edelman +20000
Leonard Fournette +20000
Stefon Diggs +30000
T.Y. Hilton +30000
Zach Ertz +30000
Tarik Cohen +30000
George Kittle +30000


We should get our first glimpse of the players on track to garner this trophy with Week 1 of the NFL schedule beginning on September 5th.

Thursday, September 5
Green Bay @ Chicago

Sunday, September 8

Tennessee @ Cleveland
Baltimore @ Miami
Atlanta @Minnesota
Buffalo @ New York
Washington @ Philadelphia
Los Angeles @ Carolina
Kansas City @ Jacksonville
Indianapolis @ Los Angeles
Cincinnati @ Seattle
New York @ Dallas
Detroit @ Arizona
San Francisco @ Tampa Bay
Pittsburgh @ New England

Monday, September 9

Houston @ New Orleans
Denver @ Oakland

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