Aaron Rodgers: +500
The Greek has odds to win the NFL MVP award up and (surprise, surprise) a quarterback is favored to win. QBs have won 15 of the last 24 MVPs, including every one over the last six years. Aaron Rodgers put up one of the greatest statistical season for a signal caller in NFL history a year ago. He lost his offensive coordinator but the weapons are still there in Green Bay.
Tom Brady: +650
Brady has won the MVP twice since 2007 and his team is favored to win the AFC again in 2012.
Drew Brees: +800
Brees is threatening to sit out if his contract situation isn't resolved. Anybody else confused why the Saints just aren't paying this guy? He's only averaging 4888.25 passing yards and 37 TD passes per season over the last four years. I guess that's good.
Peyton Manning: +800
You'd be kind of sticking your neck out with a wager on Manning here (neck... get it? I'll wait for you to stop laughing). Manning sat out last season because of complications from his latest neck surgery. The Broncos went all in Manning and if he's even 90 percent the QB he used to be (a three-time MVP), he'll be in the running for sure.
Michael Vick: +1000
It was an injury-plagued campaign for Vick in 2011-12 but he nearly won the MVP award two years ago. Say this for him, no one puts together a better highlight reel.
Matthew Stafford: +1000
This fourth year player has only had one good season but what a season it was. He tossed 41 touchdown passes in 2011 and over 5,000 passing yards. As long as he stays healthy - which is a big if - and Calvin Johnson is lined up on the outside, Stafford should continue to put up Nintendo-like numbers.
Calvin Johnson: +1500
Speaking of Johnson, he checks in as among the first non-QB options to win the MVP award in 2012. If Stafford and Johnson are both in the MVP conversation, Johnson should be ranked above his QB. Remember, Megatron was putting up huge stats even with Shaun Hill tossing him the pigskin.
Arian Foster: +1500
Running backs might still rule in fantasy football, but not in the NFL MVP voting. LaDainian Tomlinson was the last RB to win the award and that was in 2006. Arian Foster has put together back to back standout campaigns and Houston seems to be transitioning itself to a running team. Might be some value here.
Eli Manning: +1500
Sucker bet here. We all know Manning is a better quarterback in the playoffs/Super Bowl and he plays in a stadium that isn't really QB-friendly.
Cam Newton: +1500
Can Cam kick it? Yes he can. Can Cam kick it in Year 2? We'll see.
9/7/2015 2:48:00 PM
All 32 NFL team's Super Bowl odds and cheerleaders
It seems like only yesterday that the New England Patriots defeated the Seattle Seahawks en route to winning the franchise's fourth Super Bowl, but the NFL is back! To get you geared up for a new season of cashing in bets and anguishing in the misery of a bad beat, we present each team's Super Bowl odds accompanied by some of their finest eye candy. Enjoy.
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Can bettors blame their losing wagers on these red-hot WAGs?
Green Bay Packers fans are blaming Aaron Rodgers' gal pal Olivia Munn for the Cheeseheads' slow start to the season. Here's a look at some other wives and girlfriends that may have busted your bets in recent years.
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NFL Monday Night Football Betting Odds and Cheerleaders
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Betting odds on which beauty will be Tiger Woods' next girlfriend
Following the breakup of Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn, online shop Paddy Power introduced a novelty prop on Tiger's next girlfriend. Here's a look at some of these beauties and their odds.
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"I'm Going with Cam Newton not bad odds and my second choice would be calvin johnson he is a beast for corner backs the only think that can cover this men on a consistant basis is nfl prime time "
Notre Dame @ Stanford -4 7:30 EST
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish are on the bubble as far as the playoffs are concerned, and they need a win here at Stanford, and possibly some help from teams like Nebraska, Penn State or TCU. The Cardinal's playoff hopes are a little slimmer, but they've already punched a ticket to the PAC12 Championship Game, and a win over the Irish could keep them in the discussion. My money is on a Stanford team that has a far more impressive body of work.Here are my keys to the game:1. Christian McCaffrey - The Heisman hopeful ran for 192 yards on 29 carries last week, and he also rank back a 98 yard kick for a TD. He should find plenty of room to run against a Notre Dame team that surrendered 214 rushing yards to Boston College last week.2. Injuries - The Irish are really banged up, and last week they lost leading rusher C.J. Prosise to a high ankle sprain. He's not likely to play on Saturday versus Stanford.3. X-Factor - The Cardinal are 38-17 ATS in their last 55 home games, and they've covered in seven of their last nine versus a team with a winning record.Selection: This is a play on the Stanford Cardinal (Free)
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