Outkick’s NFL MVP Ranking

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Most sites are ranking the top 10 NFL MVP candidates. But only three players have made a case.

Outkick has you covered: 

3. Josh Allen 

Who saw this coming? 

Through four weeks, Josh Allen’s year-over-year elevation equates to what we saw out of Lamar Jackson last season. Allen’s arm is among the league’s best.

In year 3, with the 4th most touchdown passes, Allen is making all the throws without turning the ball over.

Behind Josh Allen, the Bills are off to a 4-0 start and, as of now, are the AFC’s best team.

2. Aaron Rodgers

Rodgers is sensational and back in his prime form.

At 92.6, he’s running away with the QBR category.

Usually when a QB’s top weapon goes down, his productivity plummets. But even without Davante Adams, Rodgers still tosses 7 touchdowns and embarrasses his opponents. 

For the first time in nearly a decade, Aaron Rodgers has the team and the coach to win another Super Bowl.

1. Russell Wilson

How can Rodgers be that good and rank second? Two words: Russell Wilson. 

Per ESPN stats, Wilson is on track for 61 touchdowns. 61. The record is 55. 

Sunday night against the Vikings, Wilson’s pathetic offensive line reduced him from great to, well, still great.

Wilson is so good, so smooth that he makes a last-second, game-winning drive boring.

Unlike Green Bay, Seattle shouldn’t be undefeated. Russell Wilson has turned a mediocre roster into a Super Bowl contender. 

Today, there is no debate. Wilson is the MVP.

Written by Bobby Burack

Bobby Burack is a writer for OutKick where he reports and analyzes the latest topics in media, culture, sports, and politics..

Burack has become a prominent voice in media and has been featured on several shows across OutKick and industry related podcasts and radio stations.


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  1. Josh Allen was 50:1 preseason, so no one. Rogers was 30:1, Wilson 6:1.

    At this point, I would say there is a debate–both Rogers and Allen have a better QBR than Wilson, both are right there in TD’s (despite having played one less game), and both are also undefeated. However, what’s going to give Wilson the nod is that Chris Collinsworth stat on Russ that he’s never even received a vote for MVP. NOT ONE VOTE. I think that’s the compelling storyline that voters will latch onto.

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