Betting the NFL MVP is one of the exciting future bets available during football season.
Let’s face it. We all like to discuss with our friends who deserves the Most Valuable Player award, who is putting up the big stats, and who is carrying with his team. It’s the most prestigious individual award in football.
Since 2012, the MVP has been awarded to a quarterback. The last non-QB to win it was Adrian Peterson, and he had to reach over 2000-rushing yards to earn it.
The Packers quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, won the award last season. 2022 shouldn’t be any different. The quarterbacks have the edge. The good thing is we have several names good enough to win it.
Below you will find the updated list of NFL players, betting odds, and our picks to win the 2022 NFL MVP Award, along with our expert analysis.
NFL MVP Award Betting Odds For 2022
|NFL MVP Candidate||Odds To Win|
The Favorite: Aaron Rodgers -1000
The word on the street is that Aaron Rodgers is about to win his second NFL MVP award in a row and fourth overall.
Rodgers finished the season with 4,115 yards, 37 TDs, and four interceptions despite playing 1.5 games fewer than his competition.
The Green Bay Packers ended with the best record in the NFL, and that should be enough for Rodgers to secure the award.
At -1000, there isn’t much value betting on Rodgers at this point. But if you believe the rumors, this is as bulletproof of a wager as there is.
Just know you will have to invest plenty to get a decent return.
The Challenger: Tom Brady +550
Tom Brady was the league’s passing yards, touchdown, and attempts leader in 2021. He leads every single QB in all major categories. Yet, Brady is not getting enough buzz to win the MVP.
Actually, when we put it this way, it’s hard to find out why he’s not the favorite to win the MVP award.
The MVP is a performance award as much as a popularity contest. Brady has been so good for so many years that maybe people are fed up with him.
The Bucs ended with the same regular-season record as the Packers. Yet, Rodgers gets the benefit of the doubt because he missed one and a half games, meaning he did more with less time on the field.
There is value on Brady at +550. Yet the buzz is not loud enough to believe he will snatch the MVP from Rodgers.