Can anyone catch Tom Brady for the MVP?

Last night New England Patriots The victory at Buffalo earned the Pats the current seed in the AFC and a spot in the AFC East battle. NS The Arizona Cardinals maintain the top seed in NFC with Green Bay Packers on their heels and back this week goodbye. We have only five weeks left in the regular season and there’s a lot more to play. Has anyone been able to catch ageless Tom Brady for MVP? Here’s your weekly subscription to Super Bowl odds and races in notable prizes.

Super Bowl Odds

After Monday’s strange and turbulent win over Buffalo, the Patriots now own the AFC’s top seed. But how good are they? Bill Belichick doesn’t seem to have much confidence in his rookie quarterback, allowing only three passes. The defense is clearly the calling card, but I just wonder what happens when the knockouts come and New England face strong offenses not limited by winds reaching 40 miles per hour. New England (+800) is the fourth favorite right now and only Kansas City (+650) has lower odds in the AFC.

The Packers (+750) have a tough remaining schedule, with games against Raven, Browns and Viking. About two weeks ago, their odds were in double digits, but now they feel undervalued. Green Bay had a shot at the top seed, thanks to a head-to-head win over Arizona, but the NFC was so heavy that all the contenders had to have higher odds than you might think.

What if the Rams (13-1) combined it? They visit Arizona this week for Monday Night Football and are certainly capable of winning the Super Bowl. Remember, this is the team that pretty much dominated Tampa Bay back in September. But it’s also a team that recently missed three games and looks shaky.

I still consider the Colts to be a competitor and built for a playoff in cold weather. They still won AFC 20-1. Indy hosts New England after a week of goodbyes and will then head to Arizona for Christmas. We will learn a lot in their next two games.

Super Bowl Future

Tampa Bay Buccaneers +525
Chief of Kansas City +650
Green Bay Packers +750
New England Patriots +800
The Arizona Cardinals +800
Buffalo Bills +1000
Dallas Cowboys +1200
Los Angeles Rams +1300
Baltimore Raven +1500
Tennessee Titans +2200

Odds MVP

We’re nearing the end of the MVP race where it’s time to start asking ourselves what happens if the favorite doesn’t win the prize. brave cat is +140 betting favorites and the other midfielders all have legitimate paths to victory, so this is not a mere formality.

The biggest hurdle for Brady to overcome is this Sunday, when the home team Bucs Josh Allen (+1000) and Invoice. If Tampa Bay were to serve at home, they would play the last four games against teams that are currently on a losing streak. Allen had a golden opportunity Monday night but Buffalo took the lead in a game dominated by the wind.

Aaron Rodgers (+550) is the second favorite and he feels like Brady’s biggest competitor. Still, even if Green Bay becomes the NFC’s top seed, do you predict voters will agree for him after his COVID-19 debacle and the offseason circus he created are not? I do not.

Patrick Mahomes (+900) is lurking and while the Captain has won 5 games in a row, he posted the pedestrian count outside his Sunday Night Football performance with the Raiders. He actually had consecutive games without a touchdown pass. With that, Kansas City has a chance to end up with AFC’s best and he could explode in the final five games.

Dak Prescott (14-1) is interesting. Dallas probably won’t end up with one of the NFC’s top seeds but there’s still a chance, especially if they win Arizona in Week 17. He has missed a game this year and has also having trouble getting the Cowboys to play without a major wide receiver so if he ends the last month with impressive numbers, there’s a path to the prize pool.

Future MVP

Tom Brady +140
Josh Allen +1000
Aaron Rodgers +550
Dak Prescott +1400
Patrick Mahomes +900
Matthew Stafford +1600
Justin Herbert +1600
Kyler Murray +900
Lamar Jackson +1600
Jonathan Taylor +1600

More awards to see

  • I don’t understand the odds Rookie Offensive of the year. Mac Jones is -500 favorites after throwing just three passes. This is not a QB award like an MVP. Bill Belichick is getting all the credit for New England’s success, and this rookie just hasn’t done much to deserve a lot of praise. Ja’Marr Chase (+350) ranks in the top 5 for yards and touches. That’s not among the rookies; that’s in the whole tournament. Yes, he had a costly messy Sunday being an interceptor but he is considered one of the NFL’s biggest threats. Jones has a bright future but I maintain that the more important stats are QB wins. Chase is worth playing.

  • I bookmarked this bet last week at -150 but I still think it’s a game worth playing at -275 for Jonathan Taylor to lead the NFL on hasty touches. He is 16 years old while James Connor and Joe Mixon 12 each. Taylor and his line of attack are at the heart of the team, and he’ll keep doing it. Meanwhile, Kyler Murray has just returned from injury and that will limit Connor’s ability to produce. Mixon has seven rush TDs in his last four games but that’s a lower yield. He also suffered a neck injury in Sunday’s home defeat. Can anyone catch Tom Brady for the MVP?

John Verrall

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