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    Dak Prescott has the 5th Best Odds to Win NFL MVP

    The NFL regular season is still months away from beginning but now is the time to get in on some NFL futures action. Bookmakers released their for NFL over the last couple of days and it’s interesting where they have Dak Prescott.

    Per Bet Online, Prescott initially came in at +1600, but has seen his odds move up. He’s now at +1400. Upon initial of the odds, the was tied with and but has since pulled ahead and has the fifth best odds to win the 2021 NFL MVP Award.

    The favorite to win the MVP is no surprise. It’s , the best quarterback in football. Mahomes comes in at +500 followed by at +900, Josh Allen at +1000, and at +1400.

    With the fifth best chance to win the MVP per Bet Online, Prescott looks poised for quite the season. Coming back from his fractured ankle, Dak will command an that is returning its top six receiving options. The will get a fresh start in 2021 with a clean bill of health and the should be improved if only marginally.

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    The Cowboys still may play in some high scoring games in 2021 but the defensive should help them to win more if those than they were on pace for in 2020.

    Before the last year, Prescott was on a torrid passing pace. Though it’s unlikely he would have kept up his 6,400 yard pace over the course of 16 games, it’s not a stretch to think he would have thrown for 5,000 yards.

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    Had he stayed healthy, Prescott would have thrown the Cowboys into the East title hunt and been in the MVP conversation. Heading into 2021, that conversation will come in full speed.

    What we witnessed last season was the importance of Dak Prescott to the Dallas Cowboys. His play, his perseverance, and his provide something that can’t be replaced even by a solid backup like . It’s those intangibles that give the Dallas Cowboys a chance to win every time they step on the field. In 2021, when Prescott steps on the field, he’ll be declaring his MVP candidacy every week.

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    VAM

    Does anyone care what the “bookmakers” think the MVP odds are for DP in April? Although it seems more like another article fawning over DP again.

    Cowboy Fan Ed

    What does it matter!! What matters is if this Organization can win football games and compete for Championships that’s what matters!!!!! When they start doing this then if somebody is some type of MVP or gets into the hall of Fame or wins free donuts for a year then whoopie but until this team starts playing up to its potential I could care less what accolades the players receive!

    VAM

    Cowboy Fan Ed, completely agree. Real fans only want WINS, especially POSTSEASON WINS. 25 long years and counting, and not even sniffing a SUPER BOWL. DP got OVERPAID BIGTIME!!!, time to produce BIGTIME!!! If he has it in him??? This year should be very telling.

    AND NO MORE OF THE USUAL EXCUSES!!!