Now that the 2019 NFL season is off to a flying start, 2019 NFL MVP odds are already shifting across the board. From sparkling debuts out of Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson to a dud from Baker Mayfield, the odds to win 2019 NFL MVP are already looking markedly different. Let’s dive into the biggest MVP risers and fallers following Week 1’s action with a Week 2 NFL MVP Odds update.

Top 2019 NFL MVP Favorites

Patrick Mahomes

Team: Kansas City Chiefs
Position: QB
2019 NFL MVP Odds Before Week 1: +550
2019 NFL MVP Odds After Week 1: +500
Week 1 Stats: 25-33 / 378 Pass Yards / 3 TD / 0 INT

Patrick Mahomes picked up right where he left off following his record-setting 2018 season: slinging touchdowns and carving up defenses. Jacksonville was no match for the reigning MVP as he threw for 3 touchdowns and 378 yards through the air. Mahomes was the odds-on NFL MVP favorite heading into Week 1 and saw his odds boost from +550 to +500 after a stellar effort against a deadly Jags defense. Even with the loss of Tyreek Hill, Mahomes is going to put up monster stats and will be tough to unseat as the betting favorite to win MVP.

Aaron Rodgers

Team: Green Bay Packers
Position: QB
2019 NFL MVP Odds Before Week 1: +950
2019 NFL MVP Odds After Week 1: +900
Week 1 Stats: 18-30 / 203 Pass Yards / 1 TD / 0 INT

Despite a pretty “meh” debut to his 2019 season, Aaron Rodgers saw his NFL MVP odds jump up from +950 to +900 after Green Bay’s Week 1 win in Chicago. Rodgers barely eclipsed the 200 yards passing mark but was able to throw a jump ball touchdown to Jimmy Graham. A two-time winner of the award, if Green Bay can get its footing offensively, then this kind of value on a quarterback of Rodgers’ caliber won’t be around for long.

Tom Brady

Team: New England Patriots
Position: QB
2019 NFL MVP Odds Before Week 1: +1100
2019 NFL MVP Odds After Week 1: +900
Week 1 Stats: 24-36 / 341 Pass Yards / 3 TD / 0 INT

No team made a bigger Week 1 statement in the NFL than the Patriots on Sunday Night Football. New England absolutely dismantled the Pittsburgh Steelers 33-3 and Tom Brady was predictably outstanding. Brady racked up 341 yards through the air and tossed 3 touchdowns in the Pats’ emphatic win. Brady’s efforts saw his MVP odds jump up rather dramatically from +1100 to +900. Oh yeah, and that offense will only get scarier when they add the league’s best receiver in Antonio Brown into the fold in Week 2. Brady’s won NFL MVP three times, and could be on to #4 if this offense keeps rolling like they did in Week 1.

Click ahead to Page 2 to see the biggest NFL MVP odds risers and fallers from Week 1 like Lamar Jackson!

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