2015-16 NFL MVP: Predicting Odds for Award’s Top Candidates

January 13, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It's a four-man race for the 2015-16 NFL MVP.
Nobody can complain about the four men playing quarterback either—not after watching a Wild Card Round where AJ McCarron and Brian Hoyer were starters and even Landry Jones made an appearance.
No, quarterback's an easier position to play the odds at than usual, but the top-tier players have no equal. Four men sit as front-runners for the award this year with nothing on the horizon to suggest any major surprises.     
Here's a look at the four with projected odds:  
Russell Wilson of the Seattle Seahawks has the worst chance, though that's not saying much.
Completing 68.1 percent of his passes with 34 touchdowns to eight interceptions,Wilson had to overcome an odd year with and without running back Marshawn Lynch. But he struggled out of the gates before the strong 6-1 finish to the season in which he tossed 21 touchdowns to one interception.
While Wilson's a magician in and out of the ...

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