The start of the NFL season is nearly two months away, but it's not too early to evaluate the MVP candidate. As you probably suspect, the list is riddled with quarterbacks, which makes a ton of sense given QBs have taken home the past four NFL MVPs and nine in the past decade.
The second most represented group is running back, and again that's not by accident. In the few years a quarterback hasn't won MVP over the past three-plus decades, a running back has. No other position outside of QB and RB has been named NFL MVP since 1986, when Lawrence Taylor of the New York Giants achieved the rare feat of a defensive player taking home top individual honors.
With all that in mind, here are the odds for the 2017 NFL MVP from Bovada.lv as of July 19, 2017.