2011 NFL MVP Vegas Odds, Free Picks and Expert Predictions – NFL MVP Favorites and Sleepers to Win | NFL Predictions: The Odds to Win the 2011 NFL MVP Award for this year’s NFL season have been posted at the vegas sportsboooks and are now posted on NSAwins.com. The experts in Las Vegas have installed New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning and Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers the +500 favorites to win the 2011 NFL MVP followed by New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees at +650 odds and Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick at +800 odds. Please read our 2011 NFL MVP Odds, Predictions, Picks and Preview article below or if you are interested in placing a bet on this year’s 2011 NFL MVP Award Odds than simply visit A+ GRADE BoDog Sportsbook where you can open a FREE betting account and place action on ALL NFL Futures and NFL game odds this 2011 NFL Season.
The NFL MVP Award has been dominated by quarterbacks and running backs. In recent years, signal callers have had the upper hand, winning eight of the last 10, including four straight. You have to go all the way back to Lawrence Taylor in 1986 to find a player at a position other than QB or running back to take home the league’s most prestigious individual honor. In other words, the odds say that the 2011 NFL MVP will likely being lining up under center or in the backfield.
Favorites – 2011 NFL MVP Odds, Picks and Predictions
After taking home the award for the second time last season, Tom Brady has a legitimate shot at repeating. Last season, he finished with a ridiculous touchdown-to-interception ratio, firing 36 TD passes compared to just four interceptions. This year, deep threat Chad Ochocinco, or whatever he goes by these days, gives Brady another weapon at his disposal to go with slot master Wes Welker and two talented tight ends. This is a pass-first offense on a team that should be one of the best in the league. The New England Patriots will win a lot of games, and Brady will put up great numbers. The combination of the two will make him a frontrunner.
He led the Green Bay Packers to a Super Bowl victory last season, and Aaron Rodgers could win himself a little personal hardware this season. Since taking over as starter, 4,000 yards and 30-plus touchdowns have been the norm. Rodgers has an endless amount of firepower at his disposal, including wide receiver Greg Jennings and tight end Jermichael Finley. He will have the full attention of voters thanks to his Super Bowl win, and Rodgers just needs to keep doing what he has been doing to have a shot at MVP honors.
Nobody knew what to expect from Michael Vick after his release from prison and return to the NFL, but he silenced any critics with a career year. Vick finished the 2010 season with 30 total touchdowns and almost 4,000 total yards of offense, and he put up those numbers in just 12 games. If he stays healthy, Vick has enough weapons to approach 4,000 yards passing and 1,000 yards on the ground, along with 40-plus touchdowns. He will be tough to ignore if that happens.
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Since he seems to be mentioned as an MVP candidate every season, Peyton Manning can never be written off, even if he is coming off a year when he threw 17 interceptions. After all, he also finished the season with 33 touchdowns and nearly 5,000 passing yards. Assuming the rest of the offense can avoid the injuries that plagued the Colts in 2010, Manning’s touchdowns should go up while the turnovers go down. He already has four MVP Awards to his credit, and a fifth one isn’t out of the question.
Philip Rivers is coming off his third straight 4,000-yard season, and he has posted a 3:1 touchdown-to-interception ratio during the stretch. Rivers and the Chargers have dominated the AFC West in recent years, and San Diego should dominate the division once again. Rivers will also benefit from having Vincent Jackson at his disposal for an entire season. Rivers has been underappreciated throughout this career, but things are falling into place for a monster year for the Chargers’ signal caller. The end result could be an MVP Award.
Sleepers- 2011 NFL MVP Odds, Expert Picks and Predictions
Coming off a strong 2010 campaign when he approached 4,000 passing yards and threw 28 touchdowns compared to just nine interceptions, Matt Ryan could make the jump to MVP candidate in 2011. He is the centerpiece of a loaded offense that features Roddy White, Tony Gonzalez and Michael Turner, and the Falcons added explosive playmakers Julio Jones and Jacquizz Rodgers during the draft. If Ryan tops 30 touchdowns and Atlanta wins the NFC South, he could end up sneaking up and winning the award.
Although Kansas City will likely struggle to make the postseason in 2011, Jamaal Charles still has a chance to make a run at the MVP Award. He finished last season with nearly 1,500 rushing yards, and he did so at 6.4 yards per carry. He is also a solid receiver out of the backfield, and he should top 2,000 yards of offense behind one of the best offensive lines in the NFL. Charles will be the feature back this season, which should boost his touchdown total and give him a real shot at leading the league in rushing. If he can help the Chiefs approach respectability, he could steal top honors.
NSAwins.com’s expert NFL handicapper Sonny LaFouchi(aka The LEGEND) likes Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick at +800 odds to win the MVP Award this 2011 NFL football season. You can bet on who you think will win the 2011 NFL MVP Award at JustBET Sportsbook and get a 100% MATCH BONUS upto $2500 FREE on your 1st Deposit. Stop by NSAwins.com daily throughout the NFL season for daily Free Expert NFL Picks and Vegas NFL Lines plus daily updated Super Bowl XLVI Betting Lines.
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2011 NFL MVP Odds – Odds to Win the 2011 NFL MVP Award
3501 Aaron Rodgers +500
3502 Adrian Peterson +1500
3503 Andre Johnson +3000
3504 Arian Foster +2500
3505 Ben Roethlisberger +1500
3506 Calvin Johnson +5000
3507 Chris Johnson +1000
3508 Drew Brees +650
3509 Eli Manning +2000
3510 Frank Gore +3000
3511 Joe Flacco +2000
3513 Matt Ryan +1200
3514 Matt Schaub +1500
3515 Maurice Jones-Drew +1500
3517 Michael Vick +800
3519 Peyton Manning +500
3520 Philip Rivers +1200
3523 Tom Brady +500
3524 Tony Romo +2000
3525 Field +500