Online sports betting odds are on the board for which player will win the MVP award for the 2009 NFL season.
Quarterbacks Tom Brady and Peyton Manning are the sportsbetting favorites at the online sportsbook. Here are the sportsbetting odds for all of the players on the online sportsbook board.
Online sports betting odds have Brady and Manning as co-favorites at 4-1. Only two other players have single digit online sports betting odds at the sportsbook to win the MVP. They are quarterback Drew Brees of the New Orleans Saints and Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson. Not many other players are given a chance in online sports betting odds to win the MVP. Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is listed at 10-1 in online sports betting but it is extremely unlikely he will put up big enough numbers to win. Tony Romo is also listed at 10-1 in online sports betting odds. He at least is a better bet since he will put up bigger numbers. Donovan McNabb is listed at 12.5 to 1 to win the MVP award in 2009.
You will even see Brett Favre on the online sports betting board. If he makes his return he would get some attention since the Vikings are a serious contender in the NFC. What might hurt Favre or Peterson in sportsbetting odds is that they play on the same team. Usually the winner will put up huge numbers which is why a player like Brees always has a chance in online sports betting.
Other players on the online sports betting board to win the MVP include Andre Johnson of the Houston Texans, Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers, Arizona receivers Larry Fitzgerald and Anquan Boldin, New York running back Brandon Jacobs, Philadelphia’s Brian Westbrook, Cincinnati’s Carson Palmer, Washington’s Clinton Portis, Carolina’s DeAngelo Williams, the Giants Eli Manning, San Francisco’s Frank Gore, Chicago’s Jay Cutler, Arizona’s Kurt Warner, San Diego’s LaDainian Tomlinson, Dallas’ Marion Barber, Chicago’s Matt Forte, Atlanta’s Matt Ryan and Michael Turner, San Diego’s Philip Rivers, New England’s Randy Moss, the Colts Reggie Wayne, Carolina’s Steve Smith, the Rams Stephen Jackson, Buffalo’s Terrell Owens and Pittsburgh’s Willie Parker.
When you look to pick an MVP in online sports betting you want to look at teams that are likely Super Bowl contenders. That is why Tom Brady is one of the favorites in sportsbetting to win the MVP. New England is the current Super Bowl favorite in online sports betting numbers.