Aaron Rodgers passes Patrick Mahoms as MVP to be MVP

Heading into Week 17, Green Bay Packers’ midfielder Aaron Rodgers He is the favorite to win the NFL Regular Season Player of the Year award after a radical shift in US sports betting odds.

Rodgers was underdog +450 to win the award ahead of last week’s matches, behind midfielder Kansas City Chiefs. Patrick Mahomes, Which has been my favorite since mid-November. But after Rodgers finished setting fire to the Tennessee Titans Sunday night in the snow, he overtook Mahomes to become MVP for the first time this season.

Rodgers is the favorite -260 in Caesars Sportsbook by William Hill, followed by Mahomes, whose odds skew from -400 to +210 after week 16.

Rodgers completed 21 of 25 passes at 231 yards and four touchdowns in the Packers’ 40-14 win over the Titans on Sunday. He leads the NFL with 44 passing touchdowns and has a meaningful road game this weekend against the Chicago Bears. On the other hand, Mahoms and Chiefs have already booked the number one seed in the Asian Qualifiers, and the midfielder will likely be resting in Sunday’s home game against Los Angeles Chargers.

Players can secure the top seed in the NFC qualifiers by beating the Bears on Sunday.

At FanDuel, Rodgers’ best player odds improved to -370 as of Tuesday. A spokesperson for FanDuel told ESPN that the move was based on a combination of Rodgers’ recent performance and some betting interest in the Packers midfielder over the past two days.

DraftKings, with Rodgers listed as the favorite – 335, said that the odds move in the MVP market was mainly driven by his recent performance.

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Buffalo Bills Quarterback Josh Allen He is 12-1 in Caesars Sportsbook by William Hill, followed by the Titans at the back Derek Henry At +5000, future Packers Davant Adams At +7500 and the Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson At +10.000.

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