The early NFL MVP odds for 2018 have no surprise with the elite all-time quarterbacks at the top. The quarterbacks in the middle, however, are a lot Austin Jackson Jersey more interesting.
The early odds, released by Bovada, feature the usual suspects: Quarterbacks Aaron Rodgers of the Packers (13/2), a two-time winner, and Tom Brady of the Patriots (7/2), the three-time and reigning MVP, stand out as favorites. Behind them is the Eagles’ Carson Wentz (19/2), http://www.officialsanfranciscogiantsshops.com/WOMENS-AUSTIN-JACKSON-JERSEY.html who finished third in the voting behind Brady and Rams running back Todd Gurley last season.
Should Garoppolo and Watson both stay healthy throughout the season, there’s no doubt their teams will be serious playoff contenders. That’s the profile it takes to even challenge for MVP — not only executing at a high level, but also winning a lot of games.
Consider that Garoppolo and Watson are also ahead of the Vikings’ Kirk Cousins, the Rams’ Jared Goff and the Chargers’ Philip Rivers — all at 22/1 odds. And don’t forget the still underrated Steeler Ben Roethlisberger, only at 25/1. Those quarterbacks are on teams that can win big with plenty of help from defense and the running game. Garoppolo and Watson are better positioned in terms of needing to carry their respective teams, in the vein of Wilson’s consistent MVP candidacy.
So it all adds up to the two hottest MVP sleepers in the NFL. If you’re buying into Garoppolo and Watson, you’d better place your prop bets now, because the odds are bound to be better in their favor once the seasons starts.
Multiple training camp sites for 2018 are familiar, with teams like the Cowboys, http://www.bearsofficialnflproshop.com/Authentic-Marcus-Cooper-Jersey Steelers and Packers holding camp in their traditional locations of Oxnard Calif., Latrobe, Marcus Cooper Jersey Pa., and De Pere, Wis., respectively. Teams like the Vikings, on the other hand, will hold camp in new locations. Minnesota will practice at its brand-new facility in Eagan, Minn., after more than 50 years of camp in Mankato, Minn.