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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?

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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