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Big shift for Jalen Hurts, Tua Tagovailoa in NFL MVP odds

Big shift for Jalen Hurts, Tua Tagovailoa in NFL MVP odds

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Josh Allen remains the favourite at PlayNow.com to win NFL MVP

Josh Allen remains the frontrunner for the NFL’s Most Valuable Player award early in the season, but a pair of surprise contenders have emerged as we begin Week 3.

Jalen Hurts of the Philadelphia Eagles and Tua Tagovailoa of the Miami Dolphins grabbed headlines last week for their respective performances, which were certainly enough to put both in the early season MVP conversation among impressive company.

Hurts had a strong outing in Week 1 against Detroit but put on a tremendous showcase against the Minnesota Vikings on Monday Night Football to close out Week 2. He completed 26 of 31 passes against the Vikings defence for 333 yards and one touchdown, while rushing for 57 yards and scoring two touchdowns on the ground.

As of Friday, his odds on PlayNow.com to win MVP were 10.00 – a sizable shift from odds of 25.00 back on Sept. 9. Since his outing on Monday Night Football, there has also been a bump in bets on the Eagles quarterback to win the award.

About 6.4 per cent of the handle and four per cent of bets are on Hurts to win MVP.

Can Hurts continue this impressive run of play? He is dynamic in the run game, with an average of 73.5 yards rushing per game through two weeks. He averaged 5.6 yards per carry last year and is only slightly below that pace in two games this season.

The Eagles clearly made an effort this offseason to give him better options in the pass game, with the addition of former Titans receiver A.J. Brown. Fifth-year tight end Dallas Goedert has also emerged as a favourite target for Hurts, with 830 yards receiving last year and already 142 yards receiving this season. That includes five catches for 82 yards against the Vikings in what was a dominant effort from the Eagles offence.

The Eagles (2-0) visit the Washington Commanders on Sunday. Philadelphia opened the week as four-point road favourites, with the line moving to the Eagles -6.5 on PlayNow.com by Friday.

In the AFC, Tua Tagovailoa had a monster day for the Dolphins against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 2.

Tagovailoa, the fifth overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, threw for 469 yards and six touchdowns against the Ravens on Sunday, helping Miami overcome a 21-point deficit at the start of the fourth quarter to win 42-38 in regulation time.

Tagovailoa connected with Tyreek Hill – the Dolphins’ prized offseason acquisition – for two touchdowns of 48 and 60 yards in the fourth quarter to help spark the comeback.

There was considerable preseason hype around Tagovailoa with the emergence of receiver Jaylen Waddle last season and the addition of the veteran speedster Hill in March, but questions remained about whether he could make all the throws necessary to take that next step in his development and fulfill the lofty expectations of a top-five quarterback pick.

Tagovailoa’s odds to win MVP are currently 21.00 at PlayNow.com. That is a big move up from MVP odds of 46.00 following the conclusion of Week 1, and an even bigger jump from the long shot odds of 76.00 on him to win MVP back at the end of May.

This week provides another big test for the Dolphins, as they welcome the Super Bowl favourite Buffalo Bills to town on Sunday.

The Dolphins were 5.5-point home underdogs going into the weekend.

Bills quarterback Josh Allen remains the MVP favourite with odds of 4.00 on PlayNow.com. About 25 per cent of handle and 12 per cent of bets are on Allen to win MVP.

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Josh Allen remains the favourite at PlayNow.com to win NFL MVP

Josh Allen remains the frontrunner for the NFL’s Most Valuable Player award early in the season, but a pair of surprise contenders have emerged as we begin Week 3.

Jalen Hurts of the Philadelphia Eagles and Tua Tagovailoa of the Miami Dolphins grabbed headlines last week for their respective performances, which were certainly enough to put both in the early season MVP conversation among impressive company.

Hurts had a strong outing in Week 1 against Detroit but put on a tremendous showcase against the Minnesota Vikings on Monday Night Football to close out Week 2. He completed 26 of 31 passes against the Vikings defence for 333 yards and one touchdown, while rushing for 57 yards and scoring two touchdowns on the ground.

As of Friday, his odds on PlayNow.com to win MVP were 10.00 – a sizable shift from odds of 25.00 back on Sept. 9. Since his outing on Monday Night Football, there has also been a bump in bets on the Eagles quarterback to win the award.

About 6.4 per cent of the handle and four per cent of bets are on Hurts to win MVP.

Can Hurts continue this impressive run of play? He is dynamic in the run game, with an average of 73.5 yards rushing per game through two weeks. He averaged 5.6 yards per carry last year and is only slightly below that pace in two games this season.

The Eagles clearly made an effort this offseason to give him better options in the pass game, with the addition of former Titans receiver A.J. Brown. Fifth-year tight end Dallas Goedert has also emerged as a favourite target for Hurts, with 830 yards receiving last year and already 142 yards receiving this season. That includes five catches for 82 yards against the Vikings in what was a dominant effort from the Eagles offence.

The Eagles (2-0) visit the Washington Commanders on Sunday. Philadelphia opened the week as four-point road favourites, with the line moving to the Eagles -6.5 on PlayNow.com by Friday.

In the AFC, Tua Tagovailoa had a monster day for the Dolphins against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 2.

Tagovailoa, the fifth overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, threw for 469 yards and six touchdowns against the Ravens on Sunday, helping Miami overcome a 21-point deficit at the start of the fourth quarter to win 42-38 in regulation time.

Tagovailoa connected with Tyreek Hill – the Dolphins’ prized offseason acquisition – for two touchdowns of 48 and 60 yards in the fourth quarter to help spark the comeback.

There was considerable preseason hype around Tagovailoa with the emergence of receiver Jaylen Waddle last season and the addition of the veteran speedster Hill in March, but questions remained about whether he could make all the throws necessary to take that next step in his development and fulfill the lofty expectations of a top-five quarterback pick.

Tagovailoa’s odds to win MVP are currently 21.00 at PlayNow.com. That is a big move up from MVP odds of 46.00 following the conclusion of Week 1, and an even bigger jump from the long shot odds of 76.00 on him to win MVP back at the end of May.

This week provides another big test for the Dolphins, as they welcome the Super Bowl favourite Buffalo Bills to town on Sunday.

The Dolphins were 5.5-point home underdogs going into the weekend.

Bills quarterback Josh Allen remains the MVP favourite with odds of 4.00 on PlayNow.com. About 25 per cent of handle and 12 per cent of bets are on Allen to win MVP.

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