Kyler Murray NFL MVP Odds Skyrocket After Week 4 Performance

Isaiah De Los Santos
Arizona Cardinals QB Kyler Murray has skyrocketed in the odds to win NFL MVP.
Arizona Cardinals QB Kyler Murray has skyrocketed in the odds to win NFL MVP. / Harry How/Getty Images

Kyler Murray has taken the third-year leap that the Arizona Cardinals were hoping for this season. The dual-threat QB can do almost no wrong to begin the year, leading his team to one of the few remaining undefeated records in the league.

Murray turned in another dominant performance in Week 4 against the Los Angeles Rams, and his odds to win NFL MVP on FanDuel Sportsbook have skyrocketed.

Kyler Murray MVP Odds

Murray found himself in a six-way tie for the best odds to win the MVP following Week 3. After his Week 4 showing to beat the Rams, the Cards QB is now the sole favorite for the award at +500. Murray has leaped past former MVPs like Aaron Rodgers (+900) and Tom Brady (+1200) to now take over the top spot.

The third-year signal-caller is clicking on all cylinders to begin the year. He's racked up 1,273 yards and 9 TDs already while boasting the league's best completion percentage (76.1%). Murray has added another 109 yards and three scores on the ground as well.

Murray's play has the Cardinals looking like playoff contender, and he'll continue to lead the pack if he keeps it up.

Josh Allen (+600), Justin Herbet (+800) and Patrick Mahomes (+800) round out the top MVP contenders heading into Week 5.

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