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2021 NFL MVP Early Betting Odds

It's only May, but Free Agency's big names are already signed, and the NFL Draft already happened. Rosters are almost ready, and the MVP race is set according to the betting lines.

One of the most popular future bets for the NFL is precisely this one. While some look to make a profit off the Super Bowl champs, the MVP race gives you as many winnings and is equally thrilling. Thankfully, Skybook Sportsbook Online has the best NFL future odds, so be sure to check them out.

Now, without any further ado, we present to you the best candidates, dark horses, and longshots for the NFL MVP award in 2021.


Patrick Mahomes +500:

A perennial frontrunner and already one-time MVP will be back at it. Mahomes has a new offensive line, and with his arsenal and arm talent, it's no wonder to see him as the favorite to win it all this year.

He ended the 2020 season with a 14-1 record and 4740 yards thrown. He passed for 38 TDs and only threw six picks while being a box office attraction at Arrowhead. 'Mahomie' is the real deal.

Aaron Rodgers +900:

A-Rod won the MVP last season at 37 years old. He was in phenomenal form all season long and got to his second NFC Championship Game in a row.

Throwing a beautiful spiral, Rodgers' numbers are absurd. He got 4299 yards, 48 TDs -the league's best-, only five interceptions, and had the NFL's best in pass completion (70.7%) and Rate with a 121.5. With his future in Green Bay now in jeopardy (no pun intended), Rodgers' odds can move either up or down depending on what he chooses to do next season.

Josh Allen +1100:

Last season's MVP runner-up is coming again. Buffalo has strengthened their roster and offense even more. Josh Allen now has Steffon Diggs AND Emmanuel Sanders, plus Cole Beasley and Gabriel Davis. That's a big wideout corp for one of the NFL's strongest arm. Allen can also run and is physical.

Fresh off an AFC Championship Game appearance, Allen finished 2020 with 4544 yards, 37 TDs, and 10 picks, with a 69.2% in pass completion. He was stellar and has an even improved team now.

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Dark Horses

Matthew Stafford +1400:

How many times in the last years have we all thought, "boy, what if Stafford was in a good team?" He is now, and therefore his MVP stock has increased.

He has an O-line and good weaponry to pass with Robert Woods, Cooper Kupp, Desean Jackson, and Tyler Higbee. Also, you have to consider he is going from awful HC Matt Patricia to one of the best offensive minds in football in Sean McVay. Stafford should ball

Russell Wilson +2000:

At this point, it's hard to believe Russell Wilson is not an MVP. He has been elite for quite a while now but hasn't been able to win the award. Seattle hasn't helped him much, though.

With weapons like Chris Carson, DK Metcalf, Tyler Lockett, and a new -and-needed RG in Gabe Jackson, Russ has excellent weapons and new protection. This year can be big for him, especially if he can win some of the divisional matchups and win the NFC West.

Justin Herbert +2000:

Herbert destroyed every rookie record there was for a QB. He lit the NFL up. He did it by facing the most pressures of all QBs in the league. Imagine that.

Now, the Chargers have a top-5 offensive line and a plethora of great weapons for Herbert to exploit. If Herbert was amazing with no time and bad coaching staff, imagine what he can do with good coaches and great protection.


Carson Wentz +4000:

The Colts are a QB shy to be Super Bowl contenders, and Carson Wentz can be that guy. Wentz is in desperate need to revive his career, but he is in the right place.

Wentz will reunite with Frank Reich, the OC he had when he was an MVP candidate until he got hurt in 2017. Also, he gets to be protected by the best O-line in football, something he severely lacked in Philly. The fact that he has weapons, time, and great coaching makes him intriguing.

Derrick Henry +5000:

A running-back winning MVP? Yeah, right. But hold on a second. If one has a chance, is Derrick Henry. He just cracked 2000 rushing yards in a single season.

Henry also led the league in rushes, rush TDs, and rushing yards per game. He dominates, plain and simple. In the volatile AFC South, if Henry replicates these numbers while winning the division, he will be part of the conversation. An outsider, but certainly a good longshot to consider. The last time there was a non-QB MVP was in 2012, when Adrian Peterson got the award.

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