Don’t look now, but the 2020 NFL season is just a few months away. Teams will begin training camps at the end of the month, and that means that now is a great time to start looking at future bets for the upcoming season.
2020 NFL MVP Betting Options
Betting odds for the NFL MVP are now open at BetUS Sportsbook, and there is no better time to get your bets in. Quarterbacks once again dominate the list of top favorites to win the award, but there are some running backs sprinkled in as well.
Take a look at the current betting odds to win the NFL MVP Award in 2020, with some words about some of the top players on the list:
Patrick Mahomes +300
The Kansas City Chiefs just signed their franchise quarterback to the richest quarterback in NFL history, and for good reason. Mahomes won the MVP Award just two seasons ago and led the Chiefs to the Super Bowl Championship in 2019.
Lamar Jackson +500
Lamar Jackson is the reigning Super Bowl MVP, and there is a good chance he will win more awards in his career. Jackson is a weapon with both his throwing arm, and his legs, and the Ravens were the best regular-season team in the league a season ago.
Russell Wilson +600
Dak Prescott +1200
Tom Brady +1400
Tom Brady will be playing with a new team for the first time in his career, but it could provide a huge boost to his MVP chances. Brady will join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and he will have several explosive weapons at his disposal. Even though Brady is nearing the end of his career, he still has the talent to win this award.
Deshaun Watson +1500
Drew Brees +1800
Brees already holds many NFL passing records, but he is still looking for one more Super Bowl win. A huge season from Brees could propel the Saints to the Super Bowl and could give him another MVP Award.
Kyler Murray +1800
Aaron Rodgers +2000
The Green Bay Packers selected a quarterback in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft, and Aaron Rodgers was not happy about it. Look for Rodgers to play with a chip on his shoulder this season, and put up some monster numbers for the Packers.
Carson Wentz +2400
Cam Newton +2400
Cam Newton is now with the New England Patriots, and he feels slighted with how his career ended in Carolina. Even though Newton has battled injuries of late, he is still one of the most talented players in the league. Don’t be surprised if Newton has a career year in 2020.
Josh Allen (BUF) +3000
Matt Ryan +3300
Jimmy Garoppolo +3300
Christian McCaffrey +3600
Derrick Henry +3600
The Tennessee Titans just signed Henry to a long contract extension, and it’s for a good reason. Henry led the NFL in rushing a season ago and carried the Titans to the AFC Championship Game a season ago. This award traditionally goes to quarterbacks, but Henry could be in the mix.
Ben Roethlisberger +3600
Everyone Else +4000 or Higher