Stafford’s odds of winning MVP are 100-1

The Detroit News
Matthew Stafford

The odds for Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford winning the NFL MVP award this season are 100-1, according to Bovada.

Stafford is the only Lions player listed among those with odds of 300-1 or better.

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is the favorite at 4-1.

Former Michigan State running back Le’Veon Bell of the Steelers and former MSU quarterback Kirk Cousins of the Redskins are both at 150-1.


QB Aaron Rodgers, Packers, 4-1

QB Ben Roethlisberger, Steelers, 7-1

QB Cam Newton, Panthers, 15-2

QB Russell Wilson, Seahawks, 8-1

QB Tom Brady, Patriots, 9-1

QB Andrew Luck, Colts, 12-1

QB Carson Palmer, Cardinals, 12-1

QB Eli Manning, Giants, 25-1

DE J.J. Watt, Texans, 25-1

QB Drew Brees, Saints, 33-1

RB Adrian Peterson, Vikings, 33-1

RB Todd Gurley, Rams, 40-1

QB Tony Romo, Cowboys, 40-1

QB Derek Carr, Raiders, 50-1

QB Andy Dalton, Bengals, 50-1

QB Blake Bortles, Jaguars, 66-1

WR Antonio Brown, Steelers, 66-1

TE Rob Gronkowski, Patriots, 66-1

QB Brock Osweiler, Texans, 66-1

QB Matt Ryan, Falcons, 66-1

QB Philip Rivers, Chargers, 75-1