NFL 2014 Futures Odds Betting Report – Most Valuable Player

At the end of every NFL regular season the Associated Press hands out its award for the league’s most valuable player. As we get set for the start of another season of football it is the perfect time to take a closer look at BetAnySports’ futures odds to win this year’s MVP for the top four contenders on the list.
NFL 2014 Futures Odds Betting Report - Most Valuable Player
The name at the top of the list is no stranger to winning this award with five MVP trophies on his mantle over the course of a 17-year career in the NFL. Denver quarterback Peyton Manning won last year’s MVP with ease after putting up some of the biggest single-season numbers in the history of the game. His odds to make it MVP trophy No. 6 have been set at +350, but some of the value in this lofty number is lost given the extremely high expectation level he brings into the new season.

Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers won a MVP award in 2011 after earning a QBR of 122.5 for that season’s performance. You could have made a strong argument that he should have won this award last year when you consider that the Packers went 6-2 with him under center and just 2-5-1 when he was out with a fractured collarbone. Rodgers’ odds to win this year’s MVP have been set at +650.

Drew Brees is another one of those quarterbacks that is always going to be at or near the top of the list in passing yards and touchdown throws, but he is still searching for that elusive MVP award heading into his 14th season in the league. He has lived in the shadow of both Manning and Rodgers the past few seasons, but there is still some solid value in his +800 odds to win the MVP this year.


The combination of head coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady in New England has resulted in three Super Bowl titles and two MVP trophies for the 14-year veteran gunslinger. Brady’s odds to add a third MVP trophy to his resume this season are +1000, but with the emergence of a solid ground game over the past few seasons, he could struggle to put up the kind of numbers that are usually necessary to win this award.

BetAnySports’ MVP futures odds for a few other high-profile players include Chicago quarterback Jay Cutler at +2500 and Detroit wide receiver Calvin Johnson at +2800.

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