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Aaron Rodgers Checks in at Third-Lowest Odds to Win 2014 NFL MVP Award

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Aaron Rodgers Checks in at Third-Lowest Odds to Win 2014 NFL MVP Award

The odds of Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers winning the 2014 NFL MVP Award are 15-2, which ranks third in the league, according to online oddsmaker Bovada.

Only Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning (3-1) and New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees (11-2) have lower odds.

Rounding out the top five are New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady at 9-1 and Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck at 16-1.

The top non-quarterbacks are Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy, Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson and Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson, all of whom sit at 25-1 odds, tied for eighth.

The odds of Packers running back Eddie Lacy winning the MVP are 100-1, tied for 29th.

Complete odds are as follows:

Peyton Manning                        3/1

Drew Brees                               11/2

Aaron Rodgers                          15/2

Tom Brady                                9/1

Andrew Luck                             16/1

Jay Cutler                                 20/1

Matthew Stafford                      20/1

Colin Kaepernick                       25/1

Cam Newton                             25/1

Russell Wilson                          25/1

Robert Griffin III                         25/1

LeSean McCoy                          25/1

Adrian Peterson                        25/1

Calvin Johnson                         25/1

Matt Ryan                                 33/1

Nick Foles                                40/1

Ben Roethlisberger                    50/1

Eli Manning                               50/1

Philip Rivers                              50/1

Tony Romo                               50/1

Marshawn Lynch                        50/1

Demaryius Thomas                    66/1

Matt Forte                                 66/1

Jamaal Charles                          66/1

Dez Bryant                                66/1

Brandon Marshall                      66/1

Julio Jones                               66/1

Jimmy Graham                          66/1

Joe Flacco                                100/1

Johnny Manziel                         100/1

Andy Dalton                              100/1

Eddie Lacy                               100/1

Arian Foster                              100/1

Rob Gronkowski                       100/1

Alex Smith                                150/1

Alfred Morris                             150/1

C.J. Spiller                                150/1

Antonio Brown                          150/1

DeMarco Murray                        200/1

Frank Gore                                200/1

 
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Icebowler's picture

Obviously you're not a gambler. I think that would be third best, or highest, odds.

Brian Carriveau's picture

Um, no.

Icebowler's picture

Where are Cassel/Bridgewater/Ponder?

Stroh's picture

Its sickening to me how the media fawns all over Peyton. Great player and all, or at least he used to be, but seriously? The guy has ONE SB win in more years than Favre for Christ sake. He got exposed in the SB by Sea. His arm strength was pathetic and clearly wore down at the end of the season. I think he's in for a big drop off this year!

The TKstinator's picture

More offseason fodder. Not worth the time it takes to read and then write a reply to...OOPS!!

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