Jun 10, 2014; Denver, CO, USA; Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning (18) speaks to the media following mini camp drills at the Broncos practice facility. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

2014 NFL MVP - Opening Odds to Win

The oddsmakers in Las Vegas have released their odds on who will win the NFL MVP this season. Here are the odds courtesy of Bovada, (www.Bovada.lv, Twitter: @BovadaLV).

2014 NFL MVP – Odds to Win
Peyton Manning 3/1
Drew Brees 11/2
Aaron Rodgers 15/2
Tom Brady 9/1
Andrew Luck 16/1
Jay Cutler 20/1
Matthew Stafford 20/1
Colin Kaepernick 25/1
Cam Newton 25/1
Russell Wilson 25/1
Robert Griffin III 25/1
LeSean McCoy 25/1
Adrian Peterson 25/1
Calvin Johnson 25/1
Matt Ryan 33/1
Nick Foles 40/1
Ben Roethlisberger 50/1
Eli Manning 50/1
Philip Rivers 50/1
Tony Romo 50/1
Marshawn Lynch 50/1
Demaryius Thomas 66/1
Matt Forte 66/1
Jamaal Charles 66/1
Dez Bryant 66/1
Brandon Marshall 66/1
Julio Jones 66/1
Jimmy Graham 66/1
Joe Flacco 100/1
Johnny Manziel 100/1
Andy Dalton 100/1
Eddie Lacy 100/1
Arian Foster 100/1
Rob Gronkowski 100/1
Alex Smith 150/1
Alfred Morris 150/1
C.J. Spiller 150/1
Antonio Brown 150/1
DeMarco Murray 200/1
Frank Gore 200/1

Peyton Manning is at the top of the list and there should be no surprise there. Everyone expects the Broncos to have another exceptional year with the moves that they have made in the offseason. If they are able to run through the regular season again, then Peyton will have a solid shot at winning the MVP. The AFC West does have to face the NFC West this season though, so it could be a more difficult run.

The other quarterbacks at the top of the list all make sense. They are the top quarterbacks in the league: Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees, Tom Brady and Andrew Luck. Can’t go wrong in thinking that one of them will win the award.

One quarterback that is a little surprising is Jay Cutler. Cutler is 20/1 odds to win the MVP, placing him right after Andrew Luck. The people in Vegas must be expecting great things from the Chicago Bears and Jay Cutler.

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