Quarterback Matthew Stafford, above, is tied with Bears quarterback Jay Cutler for the sixth-best chance of being voted NFL MVP, according to Bovada.lv. (Daniel Mears / Detroit News)
Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford has the sixth-best odds of winning the NFL Most Valuable Player Award next season, according to online bookmaker Bovada.lv.
Stafford, who passed for 4,650 yards on 371-of-634 passing with 29 touchdowns and 19 interceptions last season, is a 20-to-1 bet to win the MVP. That ties Stafford with Bears quarterback Jay Cutler and puts them ahead of seven players with 25-to-1 odds of winning, including Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson.
Denver quarterback Peyton Manning is the odds-on favorite to win MVP at 3-to-1, followed by Saints quarterback Drew Brees at 11-to-2.