Updated 2021-22 NFL MVP Odds Tracker

Future Odds to Win NFL MVP

Avery Yang
Avery Yang
Feb 1, 2022 at 10:18am EST

NFL MVP Odds

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For back-to-back seasons, Aaron Rodgers is the NFL's Most Valuable Player. This is Rodgers' fourth NFL MVP, making him only the second player in league history to win the award more than three times. Rodgers finished the season with 37 touchdowns and an overall passer rating of 111.9.

Aaron Rodgers is likely to be a 2022-23 preseason MVP favorite, regardless of where he may end up playing next year. Don't forget to check back soon to see who the oddsmakers like to challenge Rodgers for the MVP crown.

PlayerOdds
Aaron Rodgers - Green Bay Packers-500
Tom Brady - Tampa Bay Buccaneers+400
Joe Burrow - Cincinnati Bengals+2500
Patrick Mahomes II - Kansas City Chiefs+5000
Kyler Murray - Arizona Cardinals+7500
Cooper Kupp - Los Angeles Rams+8000
Dak Prescott - Dallas Cowboys+8000
Josh Allen - Buffalo Bills+10000
Jonathan Taylor - Indianapolis Colts+10000
Matthew Stafford - Los Angeles Rams+10000

NFL MVP Odds Updates

What a journey it has been for the NFL MVP award. Rodgers and Brady went back and forth all year with a few dark horses making their case along the way, but in the end, Rodgers prevailed. Relive the drama in our odds recap throughout the year.

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Date MVP Tracker
February 10, 2022

Aaron Rodgers comes back to be named the 2021-22 NFL MVP. Rodgers beats Brady in his final season in the NFL.

December 7, 2021

Tom Brady has now created a significant gap between him and the rest of the field as the MVP favorite. It is less about Brady’s play and more about the play of those behind him. Josh Allen made a significant drop from second in odds last week to fourth in odds this week after a subpar performance in terrible weather against the Patriots on Monday Night Football.

Aaron Rodgers is the closest competition currently to Brady after back-to-back 300+ yard passing performances. But with Rodgers having won it last year and Brady having a better season, he would need a brilliant final stretch of the season in order to surpass Brady. Something that’s not out of the question for Rodgers.

Kyler Murray may have the best value of those that are still in the MVP hunt. He made his return from injury after being out for four weeks in a 33-22 win over the Bears. He threw 123 yards and two touchdowns and added 59 yards and two touchdowns on the ground.

No player has won the MVP after missing three or more games due to injury. But if voters are tired of giving it to Brady or Rodgers, Murray is by far the next best option.

Josh Allen, Dak Prescott and Patrick Mahomes are certainly still in the hunt but it would take some miraculous performances for any of them to surpass Brady.

November 30, 2021

Tom Brady is still the MVP favorite but lost some ground to Josh Allen after the Bills destroyed the Saints on Thanksgiving Day.

Brady had a solid game against the Colts — throwing for 226 yards and one touchdown — but he also had a pick and kept the game a little too close for comfort. Meanwhile, Allen had his third straight game with two or more turnovers, but managed to offset that with four touchdown passes and 303 total yards in a dominant 31-6 win over a very good Saints defense that’s ranked No. 5 in DVOA.

The Thanksgiving showing helped boost Allen’s odds from +600 to +450. Brady’s odds fell from +300 to +350 despite a respectable showing against a similarly solid defense. The Colts D is ranked 12th overall in DVOA.

Matthew Stafford has shown, once again, that he’s a fraud. He had his third straight game in which he threw a pick-six. The Rams lost their third straight, too, falling to the Packers 36-28.

Stafford’s odds fell from tied for third-best at +1000 to tied for seventh-best at +1600. Don’t bet that line for literally any amount.

Aaron Rodgers’ stock went up to third because of that win over the Rams. Despite a fractured toe, Rodgers threw for 307 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions. It was a fantastic display against a defense ranked No. 9 in DVOA.

Kyler Murray’s odds stayed the same despite a bye week. As aforementioned, no player in the 21st century has won an MVP Award after having missed three or more games. Murray has missed his last three games with an ankle injury. For my money, he’s out of the running entirely unless he goes full Houdini down the stretch.

Patrick Mahomes is up the board again and is in his highest position for this award since September. Mahomes had been a ridiculous +6500 underdog to win his second MVP just three weeks ago after having been the preseason favorite. Then, the Chiefs ripped off three straight convincing wins and now look poised to lock down their sixth straight AFC West title — something that looked far from certain mere weeks ago.

Another interesting riser is Colts’ running back Jonathan Taylor. He leads the league — by far — in rushing yards, and is on pace to rush for over 1,700 yards. That assuredly won’t be enough to win the MVP, but if he somehow beats Eric Dickerson’s all-time single season rushing record of 2,105, Taylor will be strongly considered for this award. The running back’s odds shortened from +2000 to +1800 this week after putting up 83 yards and a touchdown against the Bucs.

November 23, 2021

Josh Allen is finally off the top of this chart. After a terrible game against the Jacksonville Jaguars and another stinker against the Indianapolis Colts, it’s surprising to even see him No. 2 on this list right now.

As it stands, Tom Brady is the odds-on favorite to win his fourth MVP, even though he’s had his fair share of struggles this season, too.

This field is honestly wide open, and will be almost wholly dependent on who gets the No. 1 seed. If the Bills somehow pull out of their 1.5 game deficit and nab the No. 1 seed in the AFC, Josh Allen should be your bet here.

But, that’s unlikely with how the Bills are playing. Your bet should perhaps be whichever quarterback you think will grab the bye out of the NFC — sans Kyler Murray.

Somehow, Murray’s odds are still +1200 despite having missed the past three games. Now, that’s certainly a testament to how bad the field is this season, but no player has ever won this award in the 21st century after missing three games. Murray, by all accounts, is out of luck.

My money is on Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers to rip off five wins out of their last six games and seal up a No. 1 seed.

At +1000, you’d be paying, in effect, preseason prices on Rodgers to pull off his second straight MVP.

As I’ve written about previously, there is a chance Rodgers’ anti-vaccine comments pulls some voters astray, but I’m guessing that this factor will be marginal.

November 16, 2021

Josh Allen had a great day against the lowly New York Jets while Tom Brady threw two picks against the woefully average Washington Football Team.

That was enough for Allen to pull himself into poll position in this race, with Brady lagging behind now for second.

Allen had been the sole favorite for two weeks before Brady tied him two Sundays ago.

Brady looked terrible against WFT, but still leads the league in touchdowns and is third in total passing yards.

Allen, meanwhile, lost to the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars two weeks ago and doesn’t lead any major offensive category. Betting on him is moreso a bet on the Bills more than anything else — and even they have just the seventh-best record in the NFL.

Still, the Bills are somehow the favorite to win the Super Bowl as of Nov. 16. And Allen, of course, is the favorite to win the NFL MVP.

This implies that there’s value elsewhere, but I’m not sure if we’ll see one particular player pull ahead and become the prohibitive favorite.

Kyler Murray saw his odds drop from +750, third-best favorite to +1600, sixth-best favorite after missing his second straight game due to injury.

No one in the 21st century has won MVP by playing fewer than 14 games — and that was when teams played 16. Murray has missed two games already and would likely take himself fully out of the running for this award should he miss one more.

For my money, Dak Prescott is the best bet here.

Though you’d get some negative closing line value — his odds dropped from +1200 to +800 since last week — he leads all quarterbacks in passing DVOA and no one else in particular really sticks out.

I don’t trust Josh Allen to finish out this season with the Bills in the No. 1 seed.

Brady isn’t a fun enough narrative for voters, and plus, the Bucs look like they may lock up a middle-of-the-pack seed.

Matthew Stafford is a fraud.

Aaron Rodgers would be my No. 2 pick, especially if you’re bullish on the Packers to pick up the one seed. Though he leads no major offensive categories, he’s had the fewest negative plays on the season — and the fewest turnovers among the major quarterbacks.

That might not be enough to garner this award — voters love gaugy, traditional stats more than they love game managers — but Rodgers could very well do it if the Packers win 15 games.

That said, Rodgers’ recent comments make him a relatively polarizing figure. It’s unclear how that’ll play out in the voters’ calculus, but I’m guessing it’ll be a marginal factor.

Regardless, there looks to be value on the board right now. I don’t trust the top two favorites at all.

November 9, 2021

It was a bad week for all the top contenders and the only player to rise up the rankings was on a bye week.

Josh Allen is still the favorite to win the NFL MVP, though he’s now tied with Tom Brady in this horse race.

Allen had an abysmal performance against the Jacksonville Jaguars, of all teams, so it’s slightly confounding that he’s still at the top of this list. The Bills are still the favorites to win the Super Bowl, too. That’s likely dependent on their No. 1 ranked defense, but it’s clear Allen has deficiencies that he’ll have to outgrow in order to bring this team to the promised land.

The Bills are 1.5 games back from the Titans for the vital No. 1 seed and that sweet, sweet first round bye. The Titans hold the tiebreaker between the teams by virtue of their Week 6 win over the Bills on Monday Night Football.

Brady became the co-favorite despite a bye week in what’s more of a testament to Allen’s bad performance than anything else.

Murray fell from +600, tied-for-second in this race to sole third after missing Sunday’s game. No MVP has won the award with fewer than 14 games played, so he can really only afford to miss one more game for this trophy’s case.

Matthew Stafford had a terrible, terrible game against the Titans and it showed. His odds dropped from tied-for-second to fourth.

Dak Prescott also had a terrible game in a blowout loss to the Very Average Denver Broncos. His odds fell from fifth-best to seventh-best on account of him also missing a game two weeks ago with a calf injury.

Meanwhile, Patrick Mahomes is at his season-low mark of +6500 after opening as a +500 favorite. His Chiefs have ranked 25th in offensive DVOA since Week 5.

November 2, 2021

Josh Allen has become the prohibitive favorite to win the MVP Award after usurping Kyler Murray and Dak Prescott last week.

Allen had been the favorite for a week in September, too.

His odds moved from +400 to +250 after his Bills dismantled the Dolphins 26-11. Allen had a great game but got off to a relatively slow start. The Bills needed seven drives and until the second half to score a touchdown, but once they did, they started to roll.

Allen finished the day with 249 passing yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions.

Murray, meanwhile, dropped from the outright second-best favorite to being mired in a three-horse race at second place. Matthew Stafford and Tom Brady now have equal odds with Murray at +600 to win the award. Murray had been +450 prior.

The Cardinals lost their undefeated record with a loss to the Green Bay Packers on Thursday Night Football. The No. 1 overall pick of the 2019 NFL Draft had his worst game of the season, with 274 yards passing but with no touchdowns and two interceptions.

Prescott’s odds fell from third-place to fifth place after he didn’t suit up against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday Night Football. The Cowboys still won the game 20-16 to go 7-0 against the spread so far this season.

Derrick Henry’s odds plummeted from 25-1 to 40-1 amid a foot injury that might sideline him for the season. Henry had been on pace to beat the all-time rushing record of 2,104 yards set by Eric Dickerson in 1984.

Justin Herbert also saw his odds drop from 18-1 to 25-1 after a second straight loss, this time at the hands of the New England Patriots.

Patrick Mahomes remained a +4000 underdog to win his second career MVP Award.

October 26, 2021

Josh Allen is the favorite again.

The fourth-year quarterback out of Wyoming had been the favorite in late September before being usurped by Kyler Murray and Dak Prescott.

Allen’s odds went from +500 to +400 despite a bye week.

Murray went from the +400 favorite to second-best at +450.

Dak Prescott, the previous co-favorite, saw his odds drop from +400 to +500 after he suffered a calf injury on the last play of their game against the New England Patriots in Week 6. The Cowboys had a bye last week.

Murray was initially shaky against a bad Houston Texans defense, which forced the Cardinals to punt twice and commit a safety in Arizona’s first three drives of the game.

While Murray threw a pick later in the second half, he rallied to lead the team to an easy 31-5 victory in the end.

Derrick Henry is still in the mix despite a relatively lackluster game in which he only put up 86 yards on the ground. He’s still on-pace to beat Eric Dickerson’s all-time rushing record of 2,104 yards.

If he does so, he’d likely become the MVP favorite. Keep in mind though that Dickerson set the record in a 16-game season.

Aaron Rodgers, Justin Herbert and Lamar Jackson all saw their odds drop after Week 7.

Jackson in particular fell from a 12-1 underdog to a 25-1 one after the Ravens were dismantled by the Bengals 41-17.

Patrick Mahomes — the preseason favorite at +500 — has seen his odds drop all the way to +4000 amid the Chiefs’ season from hell. Kansas City is 3-4 and may miss the playoffs altogether.

October 19, 2021

Kyler Murray is back on top of the MVP leaderboard, but now he’s joined by a co-competitor.

While Murray had been the leader after Week 4 and 5, Josh Allen usurped him in Week 6. No longer.

And now Dak Prescott — a 16-1 preseason underdog — also has +450 to win his first trophy.

One thing impeding this could be a calf strain Prescott suffered on the last play of their 35-29 OT victory over the New England Patriots.

If that keeps him out for a few games, you’ll see his odds drop precipitously.

Meanwhile, Murray looks fully healthy and is leading an undefeated, 6-0 Cardinals team en route to their first division title since 2015.

Allen slipped in these odds slightly but remains in the hunt despite a last-second loss to the Tennessee Titans on Monday. The 6-foot-5 quarterback couldn’t convert a QB sneak on 4th down, a failure that ended the game.

An interesting riser is Derrick Henry, who is on pace to take down the all-time rushing record.

As mentioned in the article above, if he beats that record set by Eric Dickerson in 1984, it’s likely he wins this award. But that would require him to maintain this ridiculous pace.

Still, it’s possible. He’s 22-1 now at BetMGM after being 50-1 the week prior.

September 28, 2021

We have a new favorite!

Kyler Murray has usurped Patrick Mahomes in the MVP rankings at DraftKings despite a relatively lackluster, game-manage-y win against the Jacksonville Jaguars over the weekend.

Still, the Cardinals are now 3-0 and Murray — who gets plenty of MVP buzz around this time of year — is the firm favorite to win the award for the first time in his career.

Mahomes threw two picks in a 30-24 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. The Chiefs are now 1-2 — and Andy Reid’s status is currently unknown after he had to be sent to the hospital after falling ill.

The 2019 NFL MVP had been the preseason favorite and kept that moniker through Week 2.

Preseason dark horse Matthew Stafford is now tied for second-shortest odds after having been as long as +1500.

Aaron Rodgers has made a resurgence up the charts after a terrible Week 1 sent his odds plummeting to +1600. He’s now back to his preseason closing mark of +1000.

Justin Herbert has shot up the charts, too. His odds have shortened more than half since before the season from +2500 to +1200. The Chargers look feisty and are a solid 2-1.

September 21, 2021

Kyler Murray and Tom Brady now both have the second-best odds to win the NFL MVP after commanding Week 2 performances.

Murray threw for 400 yards with three passing touchdowns and one with his feet in a 34-33 win over the Minnesota Vikings. He did have two picks, though, and the Cardinals only won because Vikings kicker Greg Joseph missed a last-second, game-winning 37-yard field goal.

Brady threw for 276 yards with five touchdowns in a 48-25 win over the Atlanta Falcons. The greatest player of all-time did have a fumble in that game.

Matthew Stafford was the biggest dropper of Week 2. After he generated well-deserved buzz by leading a dominant, new-look Rams offense to a 34-14 win over the Chicago Bears, he had a far less efficient game against the Colts. His odds fell from second-best at +800 to tied for fourth at +1200.

September 13, 2021 Aaron Rodgers’ odds have taken a massive tumble after he threw for just 133 yards with two interceptions in a 38-3 defeat to the New Orleans Saints. His odds to win MVP have fallen from +1000 to +1600.

The reigning NFL MVP now tied for eighth-most likely to win the award after having had the second-best odds before the season.

Matthew Stafford saw his odds shoot up from +1800 to +800 after a dominant performance in which he went 20-for-26 with 321 yards and three touchdowns. The Rams decimated the Bears 34-14.

The former Lion is now the second-best MVP candidate.

Another notable riser is Jameis Winston, who threw five touchdown passes against the Packers on Sunday. His odds shot up from +4000 to +2500.

September 8, 2021

Dak Prescott’s line has moved the most since August, with his MVP odds dropping from 16/1 to 18/1 at DraftKings.

Every other player’s odds above has stayed the same since late August.

Overall MVP odds look to stay the same heading into Week 1, which begins tomorrow between the Cowboys and Buccaneers.

August 24, 2021

While nothing has changed at the top of the oddsboard — it’s still Patrick Mahomes and Aaron Rodgers at the top — some chasers are getting closer as the NFL regular season nears.

According to odds at DraftKings, Rodgers has slipped two notches down from +800 to +1000 while quarterbacks Russell Wilson, Kyler Murray and Justin Herbert are among those moving.

Wilson was +2000 back in April but is now +1400, behind just Mahomes, Rodgers and Josh Allen. Herbert (+1800) and Murray (+1600) both jumped from +2000 as well.

Other notable adjustments include Carson Wentz falling from +3300 to +5000 and Cam Newton dropping to +6500 from +5000.

Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins is now +3500 after being listed at +5000 in April.

A big preseason push to be the full-time starter in New Orleans has Jameis Winston on the move, as P.J. Walsh covered here.

FUTURESConsensusCons.
Aaron RodgersA.Rodgers
-1250
-649
N/A
+1000
-500
-500
-1250
Tom BradyT.Brady
+550
+450
N/A
+1200
+350
+400
+550
Cooper KuppC.Kupp
+2200
+2200
N/A
+25000
+2000
+8000
+2000
Joe BurrowJ.Burrow
+3300
+2000
N/A
+6000
+2500
+2500
+3300
Deshaun WatsonD.Watson
+4000
+25000
N/A
+5000
+50000
N/A
+4000
Jonathan TaylorJ.Taylor
+5000
+4000
N/A
+15000
+3500
+10000
+5000
Patrick Mahomes IIP.Mahomes II
+5000
+5000
N/A
+500
+6500
+5000
+5000
Derrick HenryD.Henry
+6949
+4000
N/A
+5000
+4000
N/A
+25000
Antonio GibsonA.Gibson
+8000
N/A
N/A
+20000
+20000
N/A
N/A
Josh AllenJ.Allen
+10000
+5500
N/A
+1000
+6500
+10000
+10000
Marcus MariotaM.Mariota
+10000
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Jordan LoveJ.Love
+10000
N/A
N/A
+30000
+12500
N/A
+10000
Kyler MurrayK.Murray
+10000
+10000
N/A
+2000
+10000
+7500
+10000
Dak PrescottD.Prescott
+10000
+8000
N/A
+1600
+10000
+8000
+10000
Jameis WinstonJ.Winston
+12735
+50000
N/A
+6000
+10000
N/A
+10000
Christian McCaffreyC.McCaffrey
+13344
+20000
N/A
+5000
+25000
N/A
+10000
Cam NewtonC.Newton
+13637
+50000
N/A
+8000
+6500
N/A
+12500
Taysom HillT.Hill
+14304
+25000
N/A
+15000
+20000
N/A
+10000
Cam AkersC.Akers
+15000
+15000
N/A
+10000
+15000
N/A
+15000
Antonio BrownA.Brown
+15000
N/A
N/A
N/A
+20000
N/A
N/A
Kenyan DrakeK.Drake
+15000
N/A
N/A
N/A
+25000
N/A
N/A
Terry McLaurinT.McLaurin
+15000
N/A
N/A
+20000
+25000
N/A
N/A
William Fuller VW.Fuller
+15000
N/A
N/A
N/A
+25000
N/A
N/A
Tarik CohenT.Cohen
+15000
N/A
N/A
N/A
+25000
N/A
N/A
Courtland SuttonC.Sutton
+15000
N/A
N/A
N/A
+25000
N/A
N/A
Lamar JacksonL.Jackson
+15000
+20000
N/A
+1600
+10000
+20000
+15000
Michael ThomasM.Thomas
+15000
+50000
N/A
+20000
+20000
N/A
+15000
Allen Robinson IIA.Robinson
+15000
+50000
N/A
+20000
+25000
N/A
+15000
Calvin RidleyC.Ridley
+15000
+50000
N/A
+20000
+25000
N/A
+15000
Tyrod TaylorT.Taylor
+15000
+50000
N/A
+25000
+50000
N/A
+15000
T.J. WattT.Watt
+15006
+20000
N/A
+15000
+20000
N/A
N/A
Aaron JonesA.Jones
+16154
+20000
N/A
+15000
+20000
N/A
+15000
Ryan FitzpatrickR.Fitzpatrick
+16711
+50000
N/A
+15000
+20000
N/A
+10000
Travis KelceT.Kelce
+17145
+20000
N/A
+15000
+20000
N/A
+15000
Joe MixonJ.Mixon
+18756
+25000
N/A
+25000
+20000
N/A
+15000
Tua TagovailoaT.Tagovailoa
+18756
+35000
N/A
+8000
+20000
N/A
+15000
Mike EvansM.Evans
+20000
+50000
N/A
+20000
+25000
N/A
+20000
Myles GaskinM.Gaskin
+20000
N/A
N/A
N/A
+20000
N/A
N/A
Kareem HuntK.Hunt
+20000
N/A
N/A
N/A
+20000
N/A
N/A
A.J. BrownA.Brown
+20000
N/A
N/A
+20000
+20000
N/A
N/A
CeeDee LambC.Lamb
+20000
N/A
N/A
N/A
+20000
N/A
N/A
Chris CarsonC.Carson
+20000
N/A
N/A
N/A
+20000
N/A
N/A
Adam ThielenA.Thielen
+20000
N/A
N/A
N/A
+20000
N/A
N/A
Nick FolesN.Foles
+20000
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Odell Beckham Jr.O.Beckham Jr.
+20000
+75000
N/A
+20000
+20000
N/A
+20000
Justin JeffersonJ.Jefferson
+22223
+25000
N/A
+20000
+25000
N/A
+20000
Drew LockD.Lock
+23106
+50000
N/A
+15000
+20000
N/A
+15000
Justin HerbertJ.Herbert
+25000
+20000
N/A
+2000
+10000
+10000
+25000
Matthew StaffordM.Stafford
+25000
+15000
N/A
+1800
+10000
+10000
+25000
Ryan TannehillR.Tannehill
+25000
+25000
N/A
+3000
+25000
+16000
+50000
Derek CarrD.Carr
+25000
+25000
N/A
+6000
+10000
+50000
+15000
Alex SmithA.Smith
+25000
+10000
N/A
+20000
+25000
N/A
+25000
Leonard FournetteL.Fournette
+25000
+15000
N/A
+25000
+20000
N/A
+25000
Andy DaltonA.Dalton
+25000
N/A
N/A
+30000
+20000
N/A
+25000
George KittleG.Kittle
+25000
+50000
N/A
+15000
+25000
N/A
+25000
Deebo SamuelD.Samuel
+25000
+25000
N/A
N/A
+20000
N/A
N/A
Javonte WilliamsJ.Williams
+25000
N/A
N/A
+50000
+25000
N/A
+25000
Josh JacobsJ.Jacobs
+25000
+20000
N/A
+25000
+20000
N/A
+25000
Melvin Gordon IIIM.Gordon
+25000
+20000
N/A
+50000
+20000
N/A
+25000
Julio JonesJ.Jones
+25000
+50000
N/A
+20000
+25000
N/A
+25000
Stefon DiggsS.Diggs
+25000
+25000
N/A
+15000
+20000
N/A
+25000
Tyreek HillT.Hill
+25000
+20000
N/A
+15000
+25000
N/A
+25000
Najee HarrisN.Harris
+25000
N/A
N/A
+20000
+15000
N/A
+25000
D.K. MetcalfD.Metcalf
+25000
+20000
N/A
+15000
+25000
N/A
+25000
Trevon DiggsT.Diggs
+25000
+25000
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
DeAndre HopkinsD.Hopkins
+25000
+25000
N/A
+15000
+20000
N/A
+25000
Jacoby BrissettJ.Brissett
+25000
N/A
N/A
N/A
+20000
N/A
N/A
Kyle TraskK.Trask
+25000
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Darrell Henderson Jr.D.Henderson
+25000
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
J.K. DobbinsJ.Dobbins
+25000
+20000
N/A
+25000
+15000
N/A
+25000
Miles SandersM.Sanders
+27274
+50000
N/A
+30000
+20000
N/A
+25000
James RobinsonJ.Robinson
+27274
+50000
N/A
+30000
+25000
N/A
+25000
Alvin KamaraA.Kamara
+28590
+20000
N/A
+10000
+20000
N/A
+50000
Mitchell TrubiskyM.Trubisky
+28590
+50000
N/A
+50000
+20000
N/A
+20000
Kyle PittsK.Pitts
+30000
N/A
N/A
+20000
N/A
N/A
N/A
Gardner MinshewG.Minshew
+30000
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Kirk CousinsK.Cousins
+30000
+25000
N/A
+6000
+25000
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