2024 NFL MVP Odds

Below you can see the current odds for the 2024 NFL MVP from BetRivers Sportsbook. You can bet on who will win MVP at every major online sportsbook in the U.S. Updates daily.

2024 NFL MVP Odds

Event time: 02.06.2025 08:00 PM ET Odds last updated: 05.25.2024 08:19 PM ET

Winner

MVP Award Winner

Odds

Mahomes, Patrick

+600

Burrow, Joe

+800

Allen, Josh

+900

Stroud, C.J.

+1000

Jackson, Lamar

+1200

Love, Jordan

+1400

Purdy, Brock

+1600

Hurts, Jalen

+1700

Herbert, Justin

+1700

Prescott, Dak

+1800

Rodgers, Aaron

+2000

Lawrence, Trevor

+2500

Tagovailoa, Tua

+2500

Stafford, Matthew

+3000

Richardson, Anthony

+3300

Goff, Jared

+3300

Cousins, Kirk

+3300

Williams, Caleb

+5000

McCaffrey, Christian

+5000

Watson, Deshaun

+5000

Murray, Kyler

+5000

Mayfield, Baker

+8000

Hill, Tyreek

+8000

Young, Bryce

+10000

Smith, Geno

+10000

Fields, Justin

+10000

Jefferson, Justin

+10000

Parsons, Micah

+10000

Garrett, Myles

+10000

Wilson, Russell

+10000

Carr, Derek

+12500

Daniels, Jayden

+12500

Barkley, Saquon

+12500

Levis, Will

+12500

McCarthy, J.J.

+12500

O'Connell, Aidan

+15000

Robinson, Bijan

+15000

Kupp, Cooper

+15000

Jones, Daniel

+15000

Henry, Derrick

+15000

Achane, De'Von

+15000

Maye, Drake

+15000

Chase, Ja'Marr

+15000

Winston, Jameis

+15000

Taylor, Jonathan

+15000

Pickett, Kenny

+15000

Williams, Kyren

+15000

Crosby, Maxx

+15000

Bosa, Nick

+15000

Chubb, Nick

+15000

Nacua, Puka

+15000

Howell, Sam

+15000

Kelce, Travis

+15000

St. Brown, Amon-Ra

+15000

Watt, TJ

+15000

Etienne Jr., Travis

+15000

Nix, Bo

+15000

Ekeler, Austin

+20000

Hall, Breece

+20000

Lamb, CeeDee

+20000

Adams, Davante

+20000

Gibbs, Jahmyr

+20000

Garoppolo, Jimmy

+20000

Allen, Keenan

+20000

Jones, Mac

+20000

Spears, Tyjae

+20000

Jones, Aaron

+25000

Kamara, Alvin

+25000

Swift, D'Andre

+25000

Samuel, Deebo

+25000

Wilson, Garrett

+25000

Pacheco, Isiah

+25000

Mixon, Joe

+25000

Jacobs, Josh

+25000

Walker, Kenneth III

+25000

White, Rachaad

+25000

Rice, Rashee

+25000

Diggs, Stefon

+25000

Robinson Jr., Brian

+25000

Cook, James

+30000

Evans, Mike

+30000

Pollard, Tony

+30000

Anderson, Will

+30000

Flowers, Zay

+30000

Brown, A.J.

+50000

Donald, Aaron

+50000

Ridley, Calvin

+50000

Metcalf, D.K.

+50000

Kittle, George

+50000

Reddick, Haason

+50000

Conner, James

+50000

Williams, Javonte

+50000

Stevenson, Rhamondre

+50000

Hopkins, DeAndre

+100000

Warren, Jaylen

+100000

Hill, Taysom

+100000

How the NFL MVP is Determined

Let's go over how the NFL Most Valuable Player (MVP) award is chosen. It's the most prestigious award in the NFL and perhaps of all sports.

The NFL MVP is given to the player who's deemed to be the most valuable to their team during the regular season. It's a big honor, and it's one that every player in the league dreams of winning.

So, how exactly is the NFL MVP determined? Well, it's actually a voting process.

At the end of the regular season, 50 sportswriters from across the country are selected to cast their votes for the player they believe deserves the award. Each voter selects their top five players and awards them points based on their ranking. The player with the most points at the end of the voting period is named the NFL MVP.

Now, you may be wondering what criteria the voters use to determine their selections. Well, it's really up to each voter to decide what makes a player valuable to their team. Some may look at the stats and choose the player with the most impressive numbers, while others may consider things like leadership, impact on their team's success, and overall performance in high-pressure situations.

It's a subjective process, and there's always a lot of debate about who should win the award.

Past NFL MVP Winners

2023 – Lamar Jackson, Baltimore Ravens
2022 – Patrick Mahomes, QB, Kansas City Chiefs
2021 – Aaron Rodgers, QB, Green Bay Packers
2020 – Aaron Rodgers, QB, Green Bay Packers
2019 – Lamar Jackson, QB, Baltimore Ravens
2018 – Patrick Mahomes, QB, Kansas City Chiefs
2017 – Tom Brady, QB, New England Patriots
2016 – Matt Ryan, QB, Atlanta Falcons
2015 – Cam Newton, QB, Carolina Panthers
2014 – Aaron Rodgers, QB, Green Bay Packers
2013 – Peyton Manning, QB, Denver Broncos
2012 – Adrian Peterson, RB, Minnesota Vikings
2011 – Aaron Rodgers, QB, Green Bay Packers
2010 – Tom Brady, QB, New England Patriots
2009 – Peyton Manning, QB, Indianapolis Colts
2008 – Peyton Manning, QB, Indianapolis Colts
2007 – Tom Brady, QB, New England Patriots
2006 – LaDainian Tomlinson, RB, San Diego Chargers
2005 – Shaun Alexander, RB, Seattle Seahawks
2004 – Peyton Manning, QB, Indianapolis Colts
2003 – Peyton Manning, QB, Indianapolis Colts
2002 – Rich Gannon, QB, Oakland Raiders
2001 – Kurt Warner, QB, St. Louis Rams
2000 – Marshall Faulk, RB, St. Louis Rams
1999 – Kurt Warner, QB, St. Louis Rams
1998 – Terrell Davis, RB, Denver Broncos
1997 – Brett Favre, QB, Green Bay Packers
1996 – Brett Favre, QB, Green Bay Packers
1995 – Brett Favre, QB, Green Bay Packers
1994 – Steve Young, QB, San Francisco 49ers
1993 – Emmitt Smith, RB, Dallas Cowboys
1992 – Steve Young, QB, San Francisco 49ers
1991 – Thurman Thomas, RB, Buffalo Bills
1990 – Joe Montana, QB, San Francisco 49ers
1989 – Joe Montana, QB, San Francisco 49ers
1988 – Boomer Esiason, QB, Cincinnati Bengals
1987 – John Elway, QB, Denver Broncos
1986 – Lawrence Taylor, LB, New York Giants
1985 – Marcus Allen, RB, Los Angeles Raiders
1984 – Dan Marino, QB, Miami Dolphins
1983 – Joe Theismann, QB, Washington Redskins
1982 – Mark Moseley, K, Washington Redskins
1981 – Ken Anderson, QB, Cincinnati Bengals
1980 – Brian Sipe, QB, Cleveland Browns
1979 – Earl Campbell, RB, Houston Oilers
1978 – Terry Bradshaw, QB, Pittsburgh Steelers
1977 – Walter Payton, RB, Chicago Bears
1976 – Bert Jones, QB, Baltimore Colts
1975 – Fran Tarkenton, QB, Minnesota Vikings
1974 – Ken Stabler, QB, Oakland Raiders
1973 – O.J. Simpson, RB, Buffalo Bills
1972 – Larry Brown, RB, Washington Redskins
1971 – Alan Page, DT, Minnesota Vikings
1970 – John Brodie, QB, San Francisco 49ers
1969 – Roman Gabriel, QB, Los Angeles Rams
1968 – Earl Morrall, QB, Baltimore Colts
1967 – Johnny Unitas, QB, Baltimore Colts
1966 – Bart Starr, QB, Green Bay Packers
1965 – Jim Brown, RB, Cleveland Browns
1964 – Johnny Unitas, QB, Baltimore Colts
1963 – Y.A. Tittle, QB, New York Giants
1962 – Jim Taylor, RB, Green Bay Packers
1961 – Paul Hornung, RB, Green Bay Packers
1960 – Norm Van Brocklin, QB, Philadelphia Eagles
1959 – Johnny Unitas, QB, Baltimore Colts
1958 – Jim Brown, RB, Cleveland Browns
1957 – Jim Brown, RB, Cleveland Browns

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