Mid-Season NFL MVP Bitcoin Odds
Amidst all the injuries and upsets, we have finally made it into midway to the NFL Season. It’s safe to say that many predictions took a 180-degree turn. But as we all know, the league has a reputation for being far away from predictable. Anything can happen. As much as we hate it, injuries can happen to any player. Recently, the NFL reminded us that watching can be devastating when Deshaun Watson tore his ACL last week abruptly–ending the rookie’s season. Watson was well-loved in the league. He was one of the most entertaining quarterbacks to watch this season. Looks like NFL Bitcoin bettors have to wait until next year to witness more of Watson’s action.
Similar to injuries, the MVP race has gone up and down for many players. With the exception of Tom Brady because of his consistency. Brady is logged by most Bitcoin sports betting websites with +2700 odds to win his third MVP award. Even at 40 years old, Brady can still sustain elite level performance. He completed 66.7% of passes with 16 touchdowns. Not only that but the Patriots seem poised to enter the Superbowl with a 6-2 win-loss record. But the past MVP winners usually don’t have the strongest claim. Some other factors are considered.
Carson Wentz, on the other hand, is now within the MVP race coming up with +10,000 odds to win the award and is now logged with even odds. Wentz is the current favorite to win MVP just in his sophomore year in the league. In addition, things are bright for the Eagles. The Philadelphians are flaunting an 8-1 win-loss record and are currently the number one team in the NFL.
Similar to Wentz, Alex Smith restored his MVP chances back up. Before the season started Smith’s MVP’s chances to win was +6600. Now he’s logged with +800 just behind living legend Tom Brady. The Chiefs’ offense slowed down lately, but with Smith being an efficient signal-caller helped his team reach good yards per attempt passes. We’ll see if Smith can bring Kansas to the promised land this year.
Opposite of Wentz and Smith, Derek Carr and Ben Roethlisberger have removed their chances to win the MVP in sportsbooks. At the beginning of the season, Carr was listed with +900 and Roethlisberger was listed with +1000. Both quarterbacks have been struggling this season and have seen their numbers drop.
If you’re thinking of placing Bitcoin sports bets on the NFL MVP awards, we advise you to be 100% sure before making any move. The NFL is an unpredictable league and odds can drop and rise at any given moment. Nonetheless, placing Bitcoin bets this early can have a huge payout if you do it right. Here are the top-ten MVP candidates:
Wentz even, Brady +210. Smith +800, Wilson +1400, Brees +1600, Bell and Prescott +2800, Goff and Stafford +3300, Cousins+5000, and Hunt +10,000