The 2019 NFL season is off to a flying start, and 2019 NFL MVP odds have already shifted dramatically in only two weeks’ time. From the continued brilliance of Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson to the injuries to Drew Brees and Ben Roethlisberger, the odds to win 2019 NFL MVP have shifted massively following Week 2. Let’s dive into the biggest MVP risers and fallers following Week 2’s action with a Week 3 NFL MVP Odds update.

*All odds via FanDuel Sportsbook as of 9/17/19

Top 2019 NFL MVP Favorites

Patrick Mahomes

Team: Kansas City Chiefs
Position: QB
2019 NFL MVP Odds Before Week 2: +500
2019 NFL MVP Odds After Week 2: +260
Week 2 Stats: 30-44 / 443 Pass Yards / 4 TD / 0 INT
2019 Season Stats: 55-77 / 71.4% Completion / 821 Pass Yards / 7 TD / 0 INT

And here we thought Patrick Mahomes’ Week 1 was impressive. The reigning NFL MVP absolutely torched the Oakland Raiders in KC’s 28-10 road win, going for 443 passing yards, 4 touchdowns (all in the 2nd quarter) and zero interceptions. Through 2 weeks, Mahomes leads all NFL QBs in passing yards (821) and passing touchdowns (7 – tie) while staying interception-free.

Mahomes entered Week 1 as the odds-on favorite to repeat as NFL MVP at +550. After ascending to +500 following a stellar 2019 debut, Mahomes has created major separation toward the top after two weeks. Now at +260 to win MVP, odds makers have made it abundantly clear that they feel confident in Mahomes’ ability to guide the Chiefs without Tyreek Hill in the fold. He’ll be a tough customer to unseat at the top.

Aaron Rodgers

Team: Green Bay Packers
Position: QB
2019 NFL MVP Odds Before Week 2: +900
2019 NFL MVP Odds After Week 2: +1000
Week 2 Stats: 22-34 / 209 Pass Yards / 2 TD / 0 INT
2019 Season Stats: 40-64 / 62.5% Completion / 412 Pass Yards / 3 TD / 0 INT

The Packers are 2-0, Aaron Rodgers still doesn’t have a pick, but his odds went… down? Rodgers hasn’t eclipsed 210 passing yards in either of his first two games and despite 2 early touchdowns, Rodgers never was able to fully put the Vikings away. His pedigree speaks for itself though, with the 2-time NFL MVP being as dangerous a QB in the league as any.

After starting the year at +950 to win it all, Rodgers bumped up to +900 after the Packers’ Week 1 upset win in Chicago. The drop in odds following Week 2 feels like a justifiable combo of rather underwhelming numbers and Patrick Mahomes being head and shoulders above the rest. Rodgers hasn’t gone off just yet, which means this value at +1000 will be extra enticing to MVP futures bettors.

Tom Brady

Team: New England Patriots
Position: QB
2019 NFL MVP Odds Before Week 2: +900
2019 NFL MVP Odds After Week 2: +1000
Week 2 Stats: 20-28 / 264 Pass Yards / 2 TD / 0 INT
2019 Season Stats: 44-64 / 68.8% Completion / 605 Pass Yards / 5 TD / 0 INT

Tom Brady had an awesome Week 1 with 341 passing yards and 3 touchdowns through the air. That helped his MVP odds boost from +1100 to +900 heading into Week 2. Now? Oh god, Tom Brady has Antonio Brown too.

The Pats absolutely smacked the Dolphins in Week 2 by a 43-0 final. Brady didn’t have to do too much, but still passed for 264 yards, 2 touchdowns and 0 picks while hitting on 71% of his passes. He even found Antonio Brown for a touchdown in his Pats debut. Despite the regression in odds, Brady may offer the best value of any player on the board now at +1000. With how potent this offense can be and Father Time refusing to catch up to him, watch out for TB12.

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

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