Power Ranking the Top 10 NFL Quarterbacks Based on MVP Odds

Kyler Murray and the Cardinals are 7-0.
Kyler Murray and the Cardinals are 7-0. / Michael Chow/The Republic / USA TODAY

We’re nearing the halfway point of the NFL season, and the MVP race has several contenders. 

MVP favorite Kyler Murray and reigning MVP Aaron Rodgers will duel on Thursday Night Football this week, but they aren’t the only quarterbacks looking to make their case as the league’s best player. 

Let’s rank the top 10 quarterbacks based on their MVP odds at WynnBET Sportsbook:

1. Kyler Murray (+300)

Kyler has led the Cardinals to a 7-0 start and leads the NFL in completion percentage. He's one of the best dual-threat quarterbacks in the NFL, and this looks like the year he and the Cardinals make the postseason.

2. Tom Brady (+600)

Tom Brady quietly leads the NFL in passing touchdowns and has the defending champions out to a 6-1 start. The 44-year-old is one of the better values in the MVP odds list.

3. Josh Allen (+450)

The Buffalo Bills are coming off a bye at 4-2, but Allen (15 touchdowns, three interceptions) has been fantastic. He helped the Bills knock off the Kansas City Chiefs and is tied for second to win MVP.

4. Dak Prescott (+450)

Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys are coming off a bye week as well, but Dak picked up right where he left off last season, completing 73.1 percent of his passes and sporting a 16-4 touchdown to interception ratio.

5. Lamar Jackson (+1400)

Lamar Jackson fell in the MVP odds after the Baltimore Ravens lost to the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 7, but he still is on pace to throw for 4,000 yards and rush for well over 1,000.

6. Matthew Stafford (+800)

Matthew Stafford and the Los Angeles Rams are quietly 6-1 in the NFC West. A loss to the Cardinals hurt the Rams earlier in the season, but Stafford is showing what a good quarterback can do in Sean McVay's offense.

7. Aaron Rodgers (+1200)

Aaron Rodgers has a chance to make an MVP statement in Week 8 if he can upset the Cardinals without Davante Adams. The reigning MVP has been fantastic this season, tallying 17 touchdowns in his last six games.

8. Justin Herbert (+1000)

Justin Herbert had a brutal outing against the Ravens in Week 6 before the Los Angeles Chargers bye week. He now will look to expose a suddenly weak New England Patriots secondary with Jonathan Jones done for the season.

9. Joe Burrow (+4000)

Joe Burrow has been impressive in his second NFL season, and he and Ja'Marr Chase are forming a scary connection for the Bengals. Cincy is the No. 1 seed in the AFC and needs to be taken seriously heading into Week 8.

10. Patrick Mahomes (+5000)

Patrick Mahomes is coming off one of the worst games of his career, but we know how dangerous he can be. If the Chiefs turn things around and make the playoffs, he's going to have a major hand in the turnaround.

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