Josh Allen is the third quarterback to be the favorite this season for the bookmakers, following Kyler Murray and Patrick Mahomes.
The quarterback of the Buffalo Bills, Josh Allen, November starts like the consensus favorite to win the NFL regular season Most Valuable Player award at bookmakers around the United States.
Allen ran ahead of three other quarterbacks –Kyler Murray of the Arizona Cardinals, Dak Prescott of the Dallas Cowboys, and Tom Brady of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers– this week on the Caesars Sportsbook, and is now the MVP favorite at 7-2 odds.
Murray is at 5-1, followed by Brady at 11-2 and the quarterback of Los Angeles Rams, Matthew Stafford, at 6-1. The money line of Prescott lengthened to +875, after missing Sunday night’s game against the Minnesota Vikings for a calf injury.
The race to win the award NFL Most Valuable Player for The Associated Press it is open for the second half of the campaign. Allen is the third quarterback to be a favorite this season, following Murray and Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas city chiefs.
Allen He has not separated from other contenders statistically, and he does not rank in the top five passers in most statistics. But, he is the only one of the contenders who led his team to a win in Week 8.
The Bills improved to 5-2 with Sunday’s victory over the Miami dolphins, and they remained in the first place of the AFC East. Buffalo is currently favored by Caesars Sportsbook to conquer the Super bowl, with a +550 money line.
Murray surpassed Mahomes as the favorite in early October, but saw his odds drop after throwing a crucial late interception in the Los Angeles’ loss. Cardinals before the Green bay packers Thursday night. The odds of Mahomes they have collapsed to 40-1.
Brady committed three turnovers in the defeat of the Buccaneers before the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.
The corridor of the Tennessee Titans, Derrick Henry, who started last week with odds of 20-1 to win the award for Most valuable Player on the Caesars Sportsbook, suffered a foot injury Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts, and is out for 6 to 8 weeks.