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NFL MVP Race: Tom Brady is the Clear Favorite After Week 11

Tom Brady is the clear favorite to take home the NFL MVP after week 11. Here's how he compares to the rest of the bunch.
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NFL MVP Race: Tom Brady is the Clear Favorite After Week 11

Death, taxes, and Tom Brady being an elite-level quarterback. It’s the only three inevitables in this lifetime. At the ripe age of 44 years old in his 22nd year in the league, Tom Brady is the clear-cut frontrunner to take home the MVP Award.

After losing back-to-back games, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers bounced back with a dominant 30-10 win over the New York Giants. This game saw Tom Brady go for 30 of 46 for 307 yards and two touchdowns.

He is now leading the league in touchdown passes with 29 on the season. Here’s how he compares in some other key categories as well.

Tom Brady Stats

3,177 (2nd)Yards
29 (1st)TD
7.5 (11th)Y/A
317.7 (1st)Y/G
104.3 (5th)Rating
65.8 (3rd)QBR

Just last week you had Dak Prescott and Matthew Stafford at +900 with Brady at +400 odds. Now, that gap has widened even more so. Tom Brady is the leader still at +300 with Dak Prescott, Josh Allen, and Matthew Stafford all at +1000 as the next closest.

At +300 Brady is implied a 25 percent chance of taking home the MVP, with the next closest batch at a 9.09 percent chance of winning the award. It’s Tom’s to lose and with only two games remaining against a team with a winning record, he will likely have a few more big games under his belt.


Tom Brady+300
Dak Prescott+1000
Josh Allen+1000
Matthew Stafford+1000
Aaron Rodgers+1200
Justin Herbert+1200
Patrick Mahomes+1200

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