- Matthew Stafford has +1500 odds to win the NFL MVP.
- Matthew Stafford is top-3 in the league in passing yards, touchdowns, and QBR.
LOS ANGELES – As the NFL season begins to wind down, it is time to start thinking of who is going to win the league MVP. Currently, there are four players with odds under +1000 in Tom Brady, Josh Allen, Aaron Rodgers, and Kyler Murray but one player has been left out in Matthew Stafford.
NFL betting sites have given Matthew Stafford +1500 odds to win the MVP despite him having one of the best seasons amongst quarterbacks this season.
NFL MVP Odds To Win
- Tom Brady +150
- Josh Allen +450
- Aaron Rodgers +650
- Kyler Murray +800
- Patrick Mahomes +1200
- Dak Prescott +1400
- Jonathan Taylor +1500
- Matthew Stafford +1500
- Justin Herbert +1800
- Lamar Jackson +2500
Stafford Making A Case
Matthew Stafford’s MVP odds opened up at +1500 odds at the beginning of the season and have even shifted down to +700 when the Los Angeles Rams were sitting at a 7-1 record. However, they have since moved back up to +1500 after the Rams have gone 1-3 in their last four games.
Despite the Rams recent struggles, Stafford has been outperforming those sitting in front of him on the odds board as he is top-3 in passing yards (3,611), passing touchdowns (30), and quarterback rating (65.9).
In all three of those statistics, Stafford sits ahead of Josh Allen, Aaron Rodgers, and Kyler Murray. The only thing that they have the advantage of on Stafford is that they have led their teams to winning records as the Green Bay Packers are one game ahead of the Rams and the Arizona Cardinals are two games ahead.
One surprising fact is that Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills are 7-5 and 1-2 in their last three games and Allen is still sitting well ahead of Stafford on the odds board.
If Stafford can help turn things around for the Rams and continue performing at such as high level his odds are sure to shorten. This makes now the best time to bet on Stafford’s MVP odds, which could see a dip if he can take down Murray and the Cardinals in Week 14.
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