3 Players Besides Tom Brady Most Likely to Win MVP

Nov 28, 2021; Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA;  Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) reacts
Nov 28, 2021; Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA; Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) reacts / Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

Tom Brady has jumped several quarterbacks to become the favorite to win his fourth NFL MVP this season at WynnBET Sportsbook. Brady is currently +250 to win the award, but Josh Allen is right on his tail at 450, Aaron Rodgers is +600, and Patrick Mahomes is +750.

After that everyone else is in the double digits, so who has a plausible path to beat out Brady to win the MVP? Let's take a stock as we prepare for Week 13.

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Aaron Rodgers (+600)

The field of candidates for MVP is shrinking, but Rodgers is in great shape heading into his bye week.

First, he will be able to heal his injured toe -- possibly having surgery on it that shouldn't lead to any missed time -- and hopefully get some key offensive linemen back.

There are several factors playing against Rodgers, but the numbers don't lie, he's arguably the most talented quarterback in the league and is dragging the Packers to a possible No. 1 seed in the NFC yet again.

Rodgers missed a game due to testing positive for COVID-19 and also will have to overcome some voter fatigue after winning MVP last season.

As for this season, he is tied for the league's lowest interception mark of QB's that have more than 300 pass attempts and is second in quarterback rating. Of course, team success is key, and the Packers are a game behind the Cardinals (with a tiebreaker) for the top seed.

Justin Herbert (+1600)

Herbert had a rough showing in Denver last week as the Chargers lost 28-13, but he is in the mix for the MVP still, given the rest of the team's schedule.

It starts this Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals, who are firmly in the playoff mix. If Herbert can lead a bounce back effort, and the Chargers take care of business the rest of the way before a Week 15 matchup at home against the Chiefs in a game that may decide the AFC West, he can find himself in the conversation.

Herbert shows value at this number given the fact that the team is in position to get to double digit wins and possibly win the division.

Mac Jones (+12500)

Want to get nuts? Sure, let's get nuts.

Jones is now an overwhelming favorite to win Offensive Rookie of the Year, but what if the Patriots, who have won six in a row, go into Buffalo and beat the Bills on Sunday? That would inch the Pats closer to the No. 1 seed in the AFC, all with their rookie signal caller.

If New England is to win on Sunday, and you believe that Jones can handle a Buffalo defense that is now down their No. 1 cornerback, Jones price is going to be cut in half, if not more ahead of next Tuesday.

If there is a long shot to bet, it's Mac Jones, who has revitalized the Patriots postseason chances in a matter of weeks under center.

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