NFL MVP Odds 2020 Preview – Patrick Mahomes heads the List at +300

Patrick Mahomes heads the NFL MVP Odds 2020
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Super Bowl LIV concluded with the Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid hoisting the Vince Lombardi Trophy for the first time in his career.

Not long after, the covid-19 pandemic hit, halting the sports world.

While still in the recovery phase, the NFL season will proceed as scheduled, albeit likely without fans in the stadiums.

Having said that, teams are getting ready and we look ahead to the top MVP candidates for the 2020 season, as listed on top sportsbook MyBookie.

NFL MVP Odds 2020 Review of Players

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Take a look at the top 8 candidates for the coveted NFL MVP odds 2020 title.

Patrick Mahomes (+300)

Not a shock here with Mahomes as the clear cut favorite for the NFL MVP odds 2020. The best quarterback in the NFL at the moment is coming off a Super Bowl title.

He shocked the NFL world in his first season as a starter in 2019 by throwing for 5097 yards for 50 touchdowns against just 12 interceptions. Although he missed two games last season due to injury, Mahomes threw for over 4000 yards and had a 26-to-5 touchdown-to-interception ratio. Should the Chiefs go deep into the postseason, Mahomes will likely win his second MVP award in just three seasons.

Lamar Jackson (+900)

Jackson showed a glimpse of what he could do in 2018, going 6-1 in seven starts. He threw for 1201 yards while adding 695 on the ground. Taking the reigns last season, Jackson took over the league, throwing for 3127 yards and a league best 36 touchdowns. On the ground, he amassed 1206 yards and 6.9 yards to attempt. Jackson’s efforts were good enough for an obvious MVP selection. Can he repeat?. The NFL MVP odds 2020 are good, but he may have to defeat Mahomes and the Chiefs and the AFC title game to earn it.

Russell Wilson (+1000)

Wilson is always among the top quarterbacks and MVP candidates each season and 2020 is no exception. Last year Wilson threw for 31 touchdowns, marking the third consecutive season with over 30. His 4110 yards passing were second-best over his eight-year career. The 6-time All-Star and Super Bowl Champion has little off his resume, with the exception of league MVP. Could this be the year? Don’t count him out of the running.

Tom Brady (+1000)

With six Super Bowl wins, three MVP’s and arguably greatest quarterback of all time, one would think there is nothing left to accomplish for the soon to be 43-year old Brady. Yet here he is entering his 21st NFL season and his first not in a Patriots’ uniform.  The challenge is to take a 7-9 team to relevance, meaning a post season berth. It would take a Tom Brady in his prime effort to get the team deep into the post season. If he does so, don’t be surprised to see a 4th MVP award under his belt.

Dak Prescott (+1000)

Prescott is coming off a 30-touchdown, 4902-yard season, yet the Cowboys failed to make the playoffs. Until he takes the team deep into the postseason, he may never get league-wide notoriety. The addition of CeeCee Lamb in the draft to team up with Amari Cooper and Ezekiel Elliott gives Prescott that chance in 2020. The question is whether or not he’ll take advantage of it. While not the frontrunner in the NFL MVP odds 2020, the opportunity is right in front of Prescott to do something special this season.

Kyler Murray (+1200)

Perhaps the biggest surprise among the top contenders, considering the Cardinals were just 5-10-1 last year and Murray had a relatively average season. He threw for 3722 yards and 20 touchdowns, but was intercepted 12 times. He added over 500 yards on the ground but fumbled five times.  Murray showed signs of potential stardom, but needs a better overall supporting cast to take him to the next level.  The Cardinals didn’t add help in the draft on offense, but bolstered the defense. This could give Murry more workable offensive possessions. Perhaps Murray takes his game to the never level, like Lamar Jackson did in season two.

Drew Brees (+2000)

Brees has led the league in completion percentage three consecutive seasons, connecting on nearly three-quarters of his attempts. He’s a 13-time All-Star with over 77000 passing yards and 547 touchdowns. Much like Russell Wilson, the only thing off the future Hall of Famer’s resume is a league MVP.  It would likely take a second Super Bowl title for Brees to come out with this honor, but the Saints have a legitimate shot to come out of the NFC. Could this be the year for Brees, who will be 42 years old by season’s end?.

Aaron Rodgers (+2000)

Entering his 16th NFL season, Rodgers led the Packers to a 13-3 record in 2019, their best since 2011, when the defeated the Steelers for the Super Bowl title. Rodgers threw for 4002 yards and 26 touchdowns, against just four interceptions.  With nearly 47000 yards and 364 career touchdowns, Rodgers is already arguably among the top ten quarterbacks of all-time. A third MVP could solidify that position.  A Super Bowl title in 2020 would likely earn Rodgers the MVP.

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