What Does Rodgers Have To Do To Surpass Mahomes For MVP?

  • Patrick Mahomes has -300 odds to win NFL MVP.
  • Aaron Rodgers is the second MVP favorite at +260.
  • The Kansas City Chiefs have the best record in the NFL.

GREEN BAY, Wisc. – While Patrick Mahomes is the current favorite to win the NFL 2020-2021 Regular Season MVP, those taking action on Aaron Rodgers could still turn out to be massive winners.

Rodgers is the second favorite to win, as his play this season is comparable to Patrick Mahomes. What currently separates the two-star QB’s is their teams’ success.

The Kansas City Chiefs have just one loss on the season, boasting the best record in the NFL while the Green Bay Packers are sitting at 11-3, number one in the NFC. Depending on how the turnout of the last game, Rodgers could gain more MVP votes and pull the upset.

MVP Race Heats Up

Aaron Rodgers has been on the heels of Patrick Mahomes for most of the season. The veteran QB has garnered the attention of underdog bettors believing Mahomes is a few bad performances from dropping in the race.

2020-2021 Regular Season MVP

  • Patrick Mahomes (KC)-300
  • Aaron Rodgers+260
  • Josh Allen (QB)+900
  • Derrick Henry+2500
  • Russell Wilson+8000
  • Ryan Tannehill+10000

On the season, Mahomes is sitting at 1st in the league in passing yards at 4,462, third in the league with 36 TD’s, and second in the league with a QBR of 83.4.

Aaron Rodgers on the other hand is currently sixth in the league with 3,828 passing yards, first in TD’s with 40, and first in the league with a QBR of 83.5.

Based on the individual play of both QB’s, the MVP could go either way. What will be the determining factor come seasons end will be the final win/loss record of their respective teams.

Should Rodgers lead the Packers to win their last two games against the Tennessee Titans and the Chicago Bears, and the Kansas City Chiefs lose their last two games against the Atlanta Falcons and the LA Chargers, both teams will end with a record of 13-3.

Should both teams finish with identical records, then the MVP race could be closer for voters. And if Rodgers finishes strong, while Mahomes ends on a losing streak, then Rodgers may take the MVP award this season.

Underdog bettors looking to take action on the Green Bay Packers QB to pull the upset may want to get in on the action before they play their last two games.

The way these star QB’s have been performing all season, this MVP race could carry over into a Super Bowl face off.

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