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2012 NFL MVP Odds, Lines, Predictions, & Picks

October 17th, 2012 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2012 NFL MVP Odds, Lines, Predictions, & Picks
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All Of The 2012 NFL MVP Odds Can Be Found Below

Drew Brees Super BowlSeveral players have started off the 2012 NFL schedule in fine form, and they are going to be the favorites on the odds to win the MVP award in the NFL. Don’t miss our NFL MVP odds, as we take a look at the odds near the halfway point of the season.

It’s tough to think that there really isn’t a bona fide favorite on the odds to win the MVP. At the moment, the man getting the nod is the Atlanta Falcons QB Matt Ryan (Favorite To Win NFL MVP: 5 to 1 at JustBet Sportsbook). Matty Ice is the best player on what is statistically the best team in the NFL. He has a great set of receivers, and all three of TE Tony Gonzalez, WR Roddy White, and WR Julio Jones might all get to 1,000 yards by the end of the campaign. Ryan, as a result, has some big time stats. The Boston College product has thrown for 1,756 yards, putting him on a clip for 4,683 yards this year. He also has 14 TDs against just six picks. That leaves him fourth in the league in passing yards, tied for second in touchdowns, and fifth in quarterback rating. We aren’t so sure that Matty Ice is going to be able to stay here for the whole year, but there is no denying that he is the favorite at the moment.

We still can’t help but wonder if the man that is going to end up winning the MVP Award this year is New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees (2012 MVP Odds: 12 to 1 at JustBet Sportsbook). Brees has a big strike against him, knowing that he is on a team that lost its first four games of the year. But how dramatic would it be to see Brees lead his team all the way back to the playoffs and become the second team ever to come from 0-4 to get into the second season. Brees has thrown for 14 TDs, tied with Ryan and others, and he is on a clip to throw for 5,504 yards, which would break the record for the most yards in a single season that he set last year. This is a great price on a man that clearly would be the MVP of the league if he were to get his team back into the push for the playoffs this year.

With so many different options this year, there is a real chance that The Field (Odds To Win 2012 MVP: 5 to 1 at JustBet Sportsbook) ends up taking the MVP Award. There are a lot of fantastic options here on this list, but there are a bunch that aren’t as well. Both of the best defensive players in the league at the moment, DE JJ Watt of the Houston Texans and LB Clay Matthews of the Green Bay Packers. The league’s leading rusher, RB Jamaal Charles isn’t on this MVP list, nor is the league’s leading receiver, WR AJ Green. Those are a heck of a lot of players that could all legitimately win the MVP Award this year, though it is going to take a whole heck of a lot for that to happen. We do think that in the end, one of the top quarterbacks in the league will end up winning this award, but at 5 to 1, there is a good enough chance for someone off the board to end up taking the MVP. We’d much rather have the field than someone like Eli Manning, Aaron Rodgers, or Peyton Manning, all of which are 5 to 1 as well.

NFL MVP Odds 2012-13 @ JustBet Sportsbook (as of 10/17/12):
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Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay Packers) 5 to 1
Adrian Peterson (Minnesota Vikings) 75 to 1
Alex Smith (San Francisco 49ers) 125 to 1
Andrew Luck (Indianapolis Colts) 100 to 1
Andy Dalton (Cincinnati Bengals) 175 to 1
Arian Foster (Houston Texans) 20 to 1
Ben Roethlisberger (Pittsburgh Steelers) 12 to 1
Calvin Johnson (Detroit Lions) 50 to 1
Cam Newton (Carolina Panthers) 250 to 1
Chris Johnson (Tennessee Titans) 250 to 1
Drew Brees (New Orleans Saints) 12 to 1
Eli Manning (New York Giants) 5 to 1
Jay Cutler (Chicago Bears) 50 to 1
Larry Fitzgerald (Arizona Cardinals) 150 to 1
LeSean McCoy (Philadelphia Eagles) 30 to 1
Matt Ryan (Atlanta Falcons) 3 to 1
Matthew Stafford (Detroit Lions) 50 to 1
Michael Vick (Philadelphia Eagles) 66 to 1
Peyton Manning (Denver Broncos) 5 to 1
Ray Rice (Baltimore Ravens) 75 to 1
Robert Griffin III (Washington Redskins) 50 to 1
Tom Brady (New England Patriots) 8 to 1
Tony Romo (Dallas Cowboys) 60 to 1
Field (Any Other Player) 5 to 1