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Week 11 PointsBet MVP Market

Dak Prescott

Dak Prescott

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It’s time for our latest look at the NFL MVP market via PointsBet. Place your MVP wagers here. There are no real shake-ups in the MVP Market this week.

Josh Allen +250 - The Bills signal-caller has risen to the top of the MVP leaderboard after a solid game vs. the lowly Jets. Allen’s number is reflective of him being a big favorite. The number is this short because of the liability attached to it. Allen has been and will continue to be popular in this market. However, I don’t think he will win the award this season.

Tom Brady +400 - Brady is still my MVP pick despite his poor Week 10 outing vs. the Washington Football Team. The veteran should still lead the Buccaneers to the best record in the league. If you have not gotten in on Brady yet there is still time, as the current number is not bad at all.

Dak Prescott +650 - Dak Prescott is this week’s big mover in the MVP Market. This past weekend, the Cowboys QB completed 24 of 31 attempts for 296 yards. He also added three touchdowns, giving him 21 on the season. This week, the Cowboys have a showdown game vs. Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs. If Prescott wants to be taken seriously as an MVP Candidate, he will have to show it this week.

Matthew Stafford +850 - The former Lion was a very popular MVP pick coming into the season. At this point of the year, I don’t see how the Rams signal-caller can win it. Stafford does lead the league in passing yards with 3,014 and has thrown for 24 touchdowns. Rams WR Cooper Kupp has been the real key to the Rams offense this season.

Kyler Murray +1400 - Currently injured, Murray was an MVP favorite earlier in the season. Missing the past two games with injuries has slowed down his MVP campaign, which is why this may actually be a good time to put a few dollars on him. If he returns to good health and leads the Cardinals to the best record in the league, he will push back to the top of the board.