Betting on an Aaron Rodgers MVP Three-Peat

  • Aaron Rodgers has +1000 odds to win the 2022-23 MVP award and become the second player in NFL history to win the award three tears in a row.
  • Devante Adams had 104 more targets than any other Packers wide receiver in 2021 and the Packers have drafted three rookies to fill his role.
  • Christian Watson and Romeo Doubs both have +1200 odds to win Offensive Rookie of the Year and both have the potential to become Rodgers’s new favorite target.

GREEN BAY, Wis. – Aaron Rodgers has +1000 odds to be the 2022-23 regular season MVP and would be only the second player to win the award three seasons in a row. Brett Favre is the only player to record that milestone in NFL history, showing the dominance of Green Bay QBs.

If Rodgers could pull off winning the award one more time, he would be tied with Peyton Manning at five for the most MVP awards by a single player in NFL history.

Rodgers Stats by Season

Year Pass Attempts Completion Percentage Total Yards Touchdown passes
2021 531 68.9 4115 37
2020 526 70.7 4299 48

Aaron Rodgers won the award in 2020 with +3000 preseason odds and again in 2021 with +900 preseason odds. Betting on Rodgers to execute the three-peat has more risk for the 2022 season because he lost his highest targeted wide receiver since the 2017 season.

Devante Adams had 169 total targets in 2021, 104 more than any other Packers wide receiver. Rodgers also lost his deep target guy Marquez Valdes-Scantling who led the packers on yards per reception at 16.5 during the 2021 season.

Are Rodgers Receivers Enough to Win MVP?

For the 2022 season, the Packers acquired Sammy Watkins during who has +8000 odds to have the most receiving touchdowns. They also drafted Christian Watson who has valuable betting odds of his own for his Rookie season.

  • Offensive Rookie of the Year +1200
  • Most Rookie Receiving Yards +1200
  • Most Receiving Touchdowns +10000

Along with Watson, the Packers drafted both Romeo Doubs and Samori Toure at the wide receiver position. Doubs has +1200 odds for both OROY and the most rookie receiving yards, while Samori has +10000 for most regular season receptions.

They also have Randal Cobb on the roster who was reunited with Rodgers during the 2021 season and they connected on 28 receptions for 375 yards and five touchdowns. Rodgers did not lose his second leading touchdown catcher during 2021 either, with Allen Lazard returning for the 2022 season.

Looking at past trends and reception stats, Aaron Rodgers has always picked one receiver who carries most of the load. As the 2022 season unfolds, any of these young Rookie receivers or one of the three veteran players could become that guy for Rodgers like Devante Adams, Jordy Nelson, or Sterling Sharpe have done in the past.

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