For much of the 2018 season, Los Angeles Rams' quarterback Jared Goff was a legitimate MVP candidate in the NFL, while running back Todd Gurley and defensive lineman Aaron Donald were not far behind.
The year before that, Gurley finished as the runner-up to eventual winner Tom Brady.
So where do those three stand in the MVP odds this season?
The Westgate Las Vegas Superbook released its first MVP odds on Wednesday, and four Rams have 200/1 odds or better.
- Jared Goff: 60/1
- Aaron Donald: 100/1
- Todd Gurley: 100/1
- Brandin Cooks: 200/1
It's no surprise that Goff has the highest odds of Rams players, as it is a QB award anymore. The shocker, though, is that Donald and Gurley have the same odds. Whether you think that's because of a lingering knee injury for Gurley, or an anticipated monster season for Donald is up for debate.
Either way, it's time to place your bets. There could be a new MVP in LA.