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NFL MVP Race: Bettors Flocking to Justin Herbert After Week 1

Justin Herbert has the bettors swarming to bet on him to win MVP after a solid outing against the Raiders. Kade Kimble analyzes his MVP odds after Week 1.
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NFL MVP Race: Bettors Flocking to Justin Herbert After Week 1

Justin Herbert had a great and efficient game against the Las Vegas Raiders, a divisional matchup. He finished the Week One matchup with 279 yards and three touchdowns on 26-34 passing. The numbers were there, and so was an impressive win. Here's a look at the latest NFL MVP odds and where Justin Herbet stands among the field

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Justin Herbert MVP Odds

The great game gave Herbert a boost from the bettors to win MVP. 31% of the bets after his Week One game went to him to win MVP. His odds jumped Tom Brady’s (+1400), with Herbert’s odds sitting at +800 (Bet $100 to Win $800), which leaves him behind just Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen. 

After showing great potential last season, Herbert is proving that potential he was showing and seems to be a solid pick as an MVP candidate, as he’s playing in a tough conference and will have the best opportunity to show why he is an MVP candidate. Another impressive facet of Herbert’s first game was his ability to get every receiver involved. He had nine receivers with at least two receptions, and none of them had more than four receptions. 

If Herbert’s numbers improve from last season and they make the playoffs, this seems like one of the safest MVP bets. To recap, last season he threw for 5,000+ yards and 38 touchdowns, and 15 interceptions.

Because of the Chargers play style, achieving these stats or better does not seem far-fetched in the slightest. The big plays and variety of receivers involved make his potential MVP run that much easier.

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+550Josh Allen
+750Patrick Mahomes
+800Justin Herbert
+1400Tom Brady
+1600Russell Wilson
+1800Jalen Hurts
+1800Lamar Jackson
+2000Aaron Rodgers
+2200Joe Burrow

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Kade has spent his last 3 years writing about the Oklahoma City Thunder. He has also been following the NBA for the past 11 years. Just recently, Kade began co-hosting the Boomtown Hoops Podcast.


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