NFL MVP Odds Are Out

It's still over two months until the NFL season kicks off, but that doesn't mean that our friends at OddsShark aren't already cranking on gambling odds you can use -- who will be the NFL MVP? They also, amazingly, have odds up on whether O.J. Simpson will be granted parole this year.

I've eliminated all the skill position players from this list because, frankly, if you are voting on anyone to be NFL MVP who isn't a quarterback you should have your voting rights stripped.

This is also an interesting and objective look at who Vegas thinks are the best quarterbacks in the NFL. So these quarterbacks are ranked 1-24.

Tom Brady                                 4/1

Aaron Rodgers                           7/1

Derek Carr                                 9/1

Dak Prescott                              12/1

Ben Roethlisberger                   12/1

Russell Wilson                           12/1

Matt Ryan                                  16/1

Drew Brees                                25/1

Andrew Luck                              25/1

Cam Newton                              25/1

Marcus Mariota                         33/1

Sam Bradford                            50/1

Kirk Cousins                              50/1

Eli Manning                                50/1

Carson Palmer                           50/1

Philip Rivers                               50/1

Matt Stafford                             50/1

Alex Smith                                 66/1

Ryan Tannehill                          66/1

Jameis Winston                          66/1

Blake Bortles                             100/1

Andy Dalton                               100/1

Joe Flacco                                  100/1

Carson Wentz                             100/1

I'm putting money on Marcus Mariota. With the new additions he has at wide receiver, there is no stopping this Titan offense. Provided, that is, that Mariota can complete the entire season.

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