Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger 50-to-1 Odds To Win 2014 NFL MVP Award

Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning has already won the NFL MVP award five times during his career and current odds have him as the favorite to win it a sixth time in 2014.

According to the recently updated odds on the online sports betting website bovada.lv, Manning is now listed as 3/1 to win the MVP award in 2014 after previously being listed at 11/4.

The Pittsburgh Steelers haven’t had a player win the MVP award since quarterback Terry Bradshaw last accomplished the feat back in 1978. The betting public doesn’t believe quarterback Ben Roethlisberger will win it in 2014 as he is currently still listed at 50/1 odds. In fact, a total of 13 other quarterbacks currently have better odds than he does.

Another Steelers player, wide receiver Antonio Brown, is currently listed at 150/1 to win the award. If Brown were to accomplish that feat, he would be the first wide receiver to ever win the award.

Here’s a complete list, courtesy of Bovada.

PlayerOdds
Peyton Manning3/1
Drew Brees11/2
Aaron Rodgers15/2
Tom Brady9/1
Andrew Luck16/1
Jay Cutler20/1
Matthew Stafford20/1
Adrian Peterson25/1
Calvin Johnson25/1
Cam Newton25/1
Colin Kaepernick25/1
LeSean McCoy25/1
Robert Griffin III25/1
Russell Wilson25/1
Matt Ryan33/1
Nick Foles40/1
Ben Roethlisberger50/1
Eli Manning50/1
Marshawn Lynch50/1
Philip Rivers50/1
Tony Romo50/1
Brandon Marshall66/1
Demaryius Thomas66/1
Dez Bryant66/1
Jamaal Charles66/1
Jimmy Graham66/1
Julio Jones66/1
Matt Forte66/1
Andy Dalton100/1
Arian Foster100/1
Eddie Lacy100/1
Joe Flacco100/1
Johnny Manziel100/1
Rob Gronkowski100/1
Alex Smith150/1
Alfred Morris150/1
Antonio Brown150/1
C.J. Spiller150/1
Demarco Murray200/1
Frank Gore200/1