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Where Can I Find The Latest 2021 NFL MVP Odds?

At OddsChecker, we scour the internet to bring you the best NFL MVP odds from all the leading sportsbooks. We update our data every day so you can be sure you’re making your betting choices with the freshest numbers. Click on ‘More Odds’ above to find our full list of NFL MVP betting odds.

How To Read NFL Most Valuable Player Odds

Reading NFL MVP odds is easy, especially if you’re already familiar with placing bets on football. Even if you’re not, don’t worry, here’s a simple guide to get you up to speed.

American sportsbooks usually display their odds as a three (or more) digit number preceded by a + or - sign. You can quickly tell which player is the favorite by looking for the one with the smallest number.

Let’s take a look at an example:

● Patrick Mahomes +400

● Aaron Rodgers +1000

● Tom Brady +1200

In this instance, Patrick Mahomes is the favorite because he has the smallest number.

The odds also help you to see how much you would receive if your bet were to be successful. In the case of Patrick Mahomes at +400 odds, a $100 bet would yield $500 (your $100 stake plus winnings of $400). Similarly, the same $100 bet on Tom Brady would yield $1,300 ($100 + $1,200).

How To Bet The NFL MVP

NFL MVP odds are just one of the many NFL futures markets that are available to football fans. Betting on this market works in the same way as the others, you first need to decide which player you think is going to win the award.

This type of bet is really simple, there’s no need to worry about a spread or a total. Just pick the player that you think will win. It works just like betting on the winner of the Super Bowl, making it great for new and experienced bettors alike.

Next, you need to check the current NFL MVP odds and compare which sportsbook is offering the best ones. Thankfully, this isn’t a difficult task. We’ve done all the hard work for you and put together a handy comparison table with all of the latest NFL MVP odds. Just click on the ‘More Odds’ button above to get started.

When you’ve chosen which bookie to use, you’ll want to check whether there are any free bet offers that you can use to help your money go even further.

NFL MVP Betting Strategy

As with any other NFL bet, there are several factors you should consider before you choose which player you think is going to win the NFL MVP award.

Firstly, for the last decade, only one non-quarterback has won the award. If you go back to the turn of the millennium, you will see that quarterbacks have won 17 of the last 21 MVP awards, the others have been won by running backs. Therefore, you’ll want to focus on players in these positions.

If the player has been suffering from injuries, then they’re less likely to be the most valuable on the field. It’s also worth examining what past winners did to earn the award and working out which of this season’s players are most likely to do the same.

Next, it’s worth examining the current NFL MVP odds to see whether your selection currently offers good value. Then compare which bookie is currently offering the best odds in the grid above and then click through to place your bet securely.

NFL MVP History

When looking at NFL MVP odds and considering which player to place your bets on, it’s a good idea to consider the history of the NFL MVP award and look at which players have won it in the past. This can help us spot what makes a player great, and better predict which ones are likely to win the award.

MVP awards have been handed out to players since 1938, with the first being call the Joe F. Carr Trophy. It was won by New York Giants’ Linebacker Mel Hein. Today, the de facto official award is the Associated Press NFL MVP Award which is presented each year at the NFL Honors ceremony.

In the last decade, these players have won the AP NFL MVP Award.

Year

Player

Position

Team

2020

Aaron Rodgers

Quarterback

Green Bay Packers

2019

Lamar Jackson

Quarterback

Baltimore Ravens

2018

Patrick Mahomes

Quarterback

Kansas City Chiefs

2017

Tom Brady

Quarterback

New England Patriots

2016

Matt Ryan

Quarterback

Atlanta Falcons

2015

Cam Newton

Quarterback

Carolina Panthers

2014

Aaron Rodgers

Quarterback

Green Bay Packers

2013

Peyton Manning

Quarterback

Denver Broncos

2012

Adrian Peterson

Running back

Minnestoa Vikings

2011

Aaron Rodgers

Quarterback

Green Bay Packers

Who is the favorite to win the NFL MVP award?

The favorite to win the NFL MVP award can change regularly during the season. Performance on the field is ultimately what decides the winner and a couple of poor games can quickly turn a favorite into an underdog. To see which player currently has the best NFL MVP odds click on the ‘More Odds’ button at the top of this page.

What are the latest NFL MVP Betting odds?

Looking for the latest NFL MVP odds? Then you’ve come to the right place. These odds can change each week as some players put in stellar performances and others fail to live up to expectations. That’s why we continually track all of the leading US sportsbooks to be sure we always have the most current NFL MVP odds. You can find the latest NFL MVP betting odds by clicking on the ‘More Odds’ button above to see which players are currently in contention.

Who won the NFL MVP award in 2020?

In 2020, the NFL MVP award was won by Aaron Rodgers. The Packers’ quarterback picked up his third MVP accolade after managing 4,299 throwing yards, 48 touchdowns, and just five interceptions in the 2020 season. He is one of just six players to win the NFL MVP three times.

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