Jay Cutler is 50-to-1 to win NFL MVP; Matt Forte 40-to-1

SHARE Jay Cutler is 50-to-1 to win NFL MVP; Matt Forte 40-to-1
SHARE Jay Cutler is 50-to-1 to win NFL MVP; Matt Forte 40-to-1

Bovada lists Jay Cutler as a 50-to-1 longshot to win the NFL Most Valuable Player award this season.

The Bears quarterback joins Andy Dalton, Julio Jones, Colin Kaepernick, Demaryius Thomas, Sam Bradford and Antonio Brown with the longest odds to win the award. Cutler led the league with 18 interceptions last season.

So, in the immortal words of Lloyd Christmas, you’re telling me there’s a chance?

Bears running back Matt Forte is a 40-to-1 shot after rushing for 1,038 yards last season and totaling career highs with 102 receptions for 808 yards.

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is the favorite at 5-to-1, and Andrew Luck is next at 7-to-1. Adrian Peterson and J.J. Watt are both listed at 12-to-1.

Here are the full MVP odds, courtesy Bovada:

Aaron Rodgers 5/1

Andrew Luck 7/1

Adrian Peterson 12/1

J.J. Watt 12/1

Peyton Manning 16/1

Le’Veon Bell 20/1

Tom Brady 20/1

Drew Brees 20/1

Jamaal Charles 20/1

Ben Roethlisberger 20/1

Russell Wilson 20/1

Odell Beckham 25/1

Dez Bryant 25/1

Calvin Johnson 25/1

Eddie Lacy 25/1

Marshawn Lynch 25/1

DeMarco Murray 25/1

Tony Romo 25/1

Philip Rivers 33/1

Joe Flacco 40/1

Matt Forte 40/1

Eli Manning 40/1

Matt Ryan 40/1

Matthew Stafford 40/1

Ryan Tannehill 40/1

Sam Bradford 50/1

Antonio Brown 50/1

Jay Cutler 50/1

Andy Dalton 50/1

Julio Jones 50/1

Colin Kaepernick 50/1

Cam Newton 50/1

Demaryius Thomas 50/1

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