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Odds and Predictions for Who Wins the Individual NFL Awards – December 2020 Update

| December 11, 2020 7:46 am PDT
Who Wins the Individual NFL Awards – December 2020 Update

Surely you have a hunch on who’s going to win the NFL MVP. Maybe you want to gamble on Kevin Stefanski taking home the Coach of the Year honors.

In any case, time is running out to bet on the individual awards.

With less than a month remaining in the regular season, this could be your last opportunity to grab hold of some favorable odds.

Check out the updated odds and my latest NFL awards predictions.

NFL MVP Odds and Prediction

Patrick Mahomes-400
Aaron Rodgers+275
Josh Allen (QB)+1000
Russell Wilson+2500
Ben Roethlisberger+4000
Tom Brady+6000
Derrick Henry+8000

Boy am I happy I latched onto Patrick Mahomes winning the NFL MVP award way back in May. That +600 price tag has sailed far, far away, to a land that no longer exists. On the heels of a video-game-like 31/2 TD/INT ratio, the Chiefs QB has been virtually unstoppable.

He’s leading the league in passing yards by a mile, he’s tops in QBR, and his team is tied for the best record in football.

Patrick’s most definitely my pick to win, although a bet on A-Rod (+275) is certainly worth a look. Sporting a league-high 36 touchdown passes, Rodgers is the only man who can even sniff Mahomes’ territory.

Pick
  • Patrick Mahomes
    -400

NFL Defensive Player of the Year Odds and Prediction

TJ Watt+110
Aaron Donald+150
Myles Garrett+400
Xavien Howard+1400
Cameron Heyward+2500
Jalen Ramsey+2500
Joey Bosa+2500

I swear this blog wasn’t designed for me to toot my own horn. At the same time, it’s worth noting that when I picked T.J. Watt to win the 2020 NFL DPOY, J.J.’s little brother was hanging out at +1100.

Divide that by 10 at that’s the current price you’ll get for the league’s most dominant defender.

Aaron Donald and Myles Garrett are worthy of consideration, and Xavien Howard has been lights out for an upstart Dolphins defense. With that being said, it’ll take monumental efforts on their behalf to chase down the Steelers outside linebacker.

As great as these other candidates have played, Watt has simply been better.

Pick
  • TJ Watt
    +110

NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year Odds and Prediction

Justin Herbert-300
Justin Jefferson+225
Tua Tagovailoa+1800
Chase Claypool+2200
James Robinson+2500

This is a two-horse race that should be a lot tighter than what the current odds are portraying. Herbert has a built-in edge simply because he’s a quarterback, but what happens if the Chargers finish 4-12 and the Vikings make the playoffs?

Save for a dismal performance against a Bill Belichick-coached defense, Justin has fully-demonstrated that he’s going to be a star in this league. Averaging north of 293 passing yards per game, his arm strength and athleticism has been on full display. Nevertheless, the Bolts 22-year-old signal-caller ranks 18th in QBR and 19th in Passer Rating.

Flip the coin and Justin Jefferson has been terrorizing DBs all season long and putting his name in the same conversations as Randy Moss.

The LSU product is among the highest-graded players in all football (according to PFF) and he’s a major reason why Minnesota still has a fighting chance.

By all accounts, +225 appears to be a fairly substantial price.

Pick
  • Justin Jefferson
    +225

NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year Odds and Prediction

Chase Young-105
Jeremy Chinn+250
Antoine Winfield Jr.+600
Patrick Queen+750
Julian Blackmon+1200
Jaylon Johnson+2200
Jordan Elliott+4000

Patrick Queen has come on strong. Antoine Winfield has done a nice job anchoring the back-end of the Bucs defense. The two DBs from the University of Utah are equally deserving of a ton of praise, but the 2020 DROY Award looks to be a battle between Chase Young and Jeremy Chinn.

The 2nd overall pick versus the player drafted at the tail end of the second round (64th overall).

Young is a difference-maker and a guy capable of penetrating the line of scrimmage, but let’ look at performances over the last five weeks.

Chase has contributed a total of 10 tackles and two sacks.

On the other hand, the Panthers do-it-all safety racked up 13 tackles and scored two touchdowns during a week 12 game in Minnesota. Chinn won the NFC’s Defensive Rookie of the Month in October and again in November. There’s no reason he shouldn’t win the award that culminates the year.

Pick
  • Jeremy Chinn
    +250

NFL Comeback Player of the Year Odds and Prediction

Alex Smith-5000
Ben Roethlisberger+1200

There’s no real reason to dive deeply into who will win the NFL Comeback Player of the Year award. Go ahead and pencil Alex Smith in. The league may as well get a head start on engraving the hardware.

Big Ben is going to finish the season with better numbers, and Pittsburgh is going to end the year with a much better record than Washington. However, in November of 2018, it didn’t look like Alex Smith was ever going to walk again, much less play quarterback in the National Football League.

Well, not only is Alex playing, but he’s leading Washington to a potential NFC East title.

Pick
  • Alex Smith
    -5000

NFL Coach of the Year Odds and Prediction

Mike Tomlin might be the favorite according to the top betting sites, but most people “in the know” expected the Steelers to be among the best teams in football. This doesn’t take away from the masterful job Tomlin has done, especially considering all of the scheduling curveballs the league has thrown at Pittsburgh.

Kevin Stefanski needs to be extolled for turning the tide in Cleveland and is a great bet to take this award home. And then there’s Brian Flores.

The coach in Miami was staring at a win total of six before the year began, yet here the Phins are sitting pretty at 8-4. Teetering between Ryan Fitzpatrick and Tua Tagovailoa, Flores has managed his offense and allowed his defense and special teams to shine.

In the event that the Dolphins stamp their ticket to the postseason, the Bill Belichick disciple should be recognized.

Pick
  • Brian Flores
    +300
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