- The Buffalo Bills have +700 odds to win Super Bowl 57.
- Josh Allen is favored to win the NFL MVP with +700 odds.
BUFFALO, N.Y. – With the NFL offseason in the beginning stages, different futures odds for next season have already been released and have seen some early shifts. More specifically, the odds to win Super Bowl 57 and the odds to win the MVP.
As they sit right now, the Buffalo Bills are the favorites to win Super Bowl LVII and their quarterback, Josh Allen, is favored to win the MVP of the league.
Super Bowl LVII Odds To Win
- Buffalo Bills +700
- Kansas City Chiefs +800
- San Francisco 49ers +1100
- Cincinnati Bengals +1200
- Green Bay Packers +1200
- Los Angeles Rams +1200
NFL MVP Odds To Win
- Josh Allen +700
- Patrick Mahomes +800
- Aaron Rodgers +800
- Justin Herbert +1100
- Joe Burrow +1200
- Dak Prescott +1400
Prior to legal online sportsbooks favoring the Bills and Josh Allen to win the Super Bowl and league MVP, both opened up the odds behind the Kansas City Chiefs. The Bills opened with the second shortest Super Bowl odds at +750 before and Josh Allen opened up +850 to win the MVP.
Why The Bills Will Win The Super Bowl
Backing up the Bills odds to win the Super Bowl is how they performed last season. They finished the regular season as the number one overall defense allowing just 17 ppg to opponents, 163 passing yards per game, and 272.8 total yards per game. All of which are the lowest in the league.
They also finished as the third highest-scoring team in the NFL putting up 28.4 points per game and were top-ten in rushing yards (129.9), passing yards (252.0), and total yards per game (381.9).
Buffalo has also gained valuable playoff experience over the last three years which could finally pay off into a deeper playoff run. If the Bills could return their offensive and defensive starters, their Super Bowl odds would offer great value from anywhere on the odds board.
Why Josh Allen Will Win The MVP
Leading the way for the Bills has been the excellent play from their QB1, Josh Allen. Allen is coming off of an incredible season where he went for 4,407 passing yards and 36 touchdowns on a 60.7 QBR. All of which are top-ten amongst quarterbacks in the league.
This season was also the second consecutive year that Allen finished with over 4,300 passing yards and over 35 touchdowns. If he continues on this path, his time to win the MVP could very well come soon enough.
Samuel has been writing professionally for 4 years. He comes from a sports writing background where he enjoys writing mostly about basketball and football both professional and collegiate. He is a recent graduate of Florida State University where he majored in Editing, Writing and Media with a minor in Communications. During his free time, you can find him watching or playing sports as well as playing videogames and listening to music.