2020-21 Pro Football MVP Odds, Trends: Young Quarterbacks Leading the Way

The last two NFL MVPs took home the hardware in their second season in the league, with Lamar Jackson doing so in the 2019-20 campaign and Patrick Mahomes the season before. Will that streak reach three? Many Nevada and New Jersey bettors at William Hill think so.

Kyler Murray is currently tied with Deshaun Watson for the fifth-lowest 2020-21 AP Pro Football Regular Season MVP odds at 20/1. Yet, the Arizona signal-caller leads the way with 12% of the total number of tickets. The defending Rookie of the Year also has attracted 14% of the total dollars wagered, which is the third-highest percentage among all players.

The only two players to top Murray in terms of total dollars wagered are also young quarterbacks. Buffalo’s Josh Allen (50/1) is tops at 22% in that department, followed by Dallas’s Dak Prescott (25/1) at 18%.

Besides sitting atop the board in total dollars wagered, Allen is tied with old AFC East foe and new Tampa Bay quarterback Tom Brady for second in total number of tickets at 8%. Brady’s 18/1 odds only trail Mahomes, Jackson and Russell Wilson.

Check out the latest odds and trends for William Hill’s 2020-21 Pro Football MVP futures below, which are available to bet on in Nevada and New Jersey.

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