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14.05.2024

2024-25 NFL Player of the Year Odds

Fresh off his first NFL Offensive Player of the Year Award, 49ers running back Christian McCaffery enters the 2024-25 campaign as the favorite to hoist the trophy for the second consecutive season. Meanwhile, on the other side of the ball, Micah Parsons sits atop the Defensive Player of the Year odds board, with the hopes of winning the award for the first time.

Until the NFL season starts, the odds for both of these awards will likely remain the same. However, you can still find those updated odds below until the end of the 2024-25 season.

2024-25 NFL Offensive Player of the Year

Player

FanDuel

DraftKings

BetMGM

Caesars

Christian McCaffrey

+900

+650

+500

+650

Tyreek Hill

+700

+650

+600

+700

CeeDee Lamb

+1000

+850

+850

+800

Ja'Marr Chase

+1200

+1200

+700

+850

Justin Jefferson

+1000

+1400

+650

+800

Saquon Barkley

+1900

+1600

+2500

+2800

Amon-Ra St. Brown

+2200

+2500

+2500

+1400

Breece Hall

+2500

+1600

+2200

+2500

Puka Nacua

+2700

+3000

+3000

+3000

Bijan Robinson

+3000

+2000

+3000

+2800

*odds as of May 14, 2024

Current Favorites

Christian McCaffrey (San Francisco 49ers): Not many players make finding the endzone look as easy as Christian McCaffrey. In his first full season with the 49ers, McCaffrey found the end zone 21 times while recording over 2,000 scrimmage yards for just the second time in his NFL career.

McCaffrey being able to team up with head coach Kyle Shanahan has undoubtedly brought his career to new heights. While the additional weapons on the 49ers offense may change before the season, as long as McCaffrey can stay healthy, heโ€™ll likely remain a touchdown machine.

Tyreek Hill (Miami Dolphins): Since joining the Miami Dolphins, Tyreek Hill has finished inside the top four in voting for this award but has yet to secure the trophy all for himself. If it werenโ€™t for Christian McCaffrey finding the endzone 20+ times, Hill certainly would have secured the award last season as he led the league in receiving yards (1799), receiving yards per game (112.4), and receiving touchdowns (13).

If there is one thing that Mike McDaniel ensures every week, it is that the Dolphins try to put the ball in Hillโ€™s hands as often as possible. In two seasons with Miami, Hill has seen 170+ targets each year, so if that volume remains the same this year, it wonโ€™t be surprising to see Hill in the hunt for this award yet again.

CeeDee Lamb (Dallas Cowboys): Each year he has been in the league, the Dallas Cowboys have increasingly relied on Lamb. This increased role last year resulted in the 4th year wideout leading the league in receptions with 135, as he saw a career-high 181 targets from Dak Prescott.

While it may be challenging to get Lamb any more involved in the offense than he was last year, the Cowboys will certainly have to try since they sat idle through free agency and left Dak Prescott with even fewer weapons than he had last season.

2024-25 NFL Defensive Player of the Year Odds

Player

FanDuel

DraftKings

BetMGM

Caesars

Micah Parsons

+600

+500

+550

+500

T.J. Watt

+800

+550

+650

+650

Nick Bosa

+800

+700

+650

+700

Maxx Crosby

+1000

+700

+650

+650

Myles Garrett

+700

+750

+700

+700

Aidan Hutchinson

+1600

+1000

+1100

+1400

Will Anderson Jr.

+2500

+2000

+3000

+2500

Danielle Hunter

+3000

+2500

+4000

+4000

Josh Allen (JAX)

+2500

+2500

+1800

+1500

Chris Jones

+2500

+3000

+2500

+2500

*odds as of May 14, 2024

Current Favorites

Micah Parsons (Dallas Cowboys): Ever since Parsons came into the league, he has been a one-man wrecking crew, which has helped him finish either second or third in DPOY voting each season. Just last season, Parsons set new career highs in sacks (14), assisted tackles (28), and QB hits (33).

The number of talented pass rushers in this league makes this award incredibly difficult to secure, but in just three seasons in the NFL, Parsons has proved that his ceiling as a player keeps getting higher.

T.J. Watt (Pittsburgh Steelers): Four first-place votes separated T.J. Watt and his second DPOY Award last season. While it was Myles Garrett who would end up winning, Watt still finished the year as the league leader in sacks (19), which is the third time heโ€™s done that in his career.

Watt has one of the best noses for the football the NFL has ever seen, as he has 27 forced fumbles, seven interceptions, and 96.5 sacks since 2017. As long as the Steelers linebacker stays healthy this season, his ability to find the football will allow him to be a mainstay at the top of the odds board.

Nick Bosa (San Francisco 49ers): After winning this award in 2022, Bosa had a significant drop-off in production in 2023, which led to him not even receiving a vote last season.

While Bosa had two more combined tackles in 2023 than in 2022, he also finished with eight fewer sacks, three fewer tackles for loss, and 13 fewer quarterback hits. To get back into the mix for this award in 2024, the Ohio State product must return to his 2022 form to have a chance.

Past Winners

NFL Offensive Player of the Year Winners

Season

Player

Position

Team

2023

Christian McCaffrey

RB

San Francisco 49ers

2022

Justin Jefferson

WR

Minnesota Vikings

2021

Cooper Kupp

WR

Los Angeles Rams

2020

Derrick Henry

RB

Tennessee Titans

2019

Michael Thomas

WR

New Orleans Saints

NFL Defensive Player of the Year Winners

Season

Player

Position

Team

2023

Myles Garrett

DE

Cleveland Browns

2022

Nick Bosa

DE

San Francisco 49ers

2021

T.J. Watt

OLB

Pittsburgh Steelers

2020

Aaron Donald

DT

Los Angeles Rams

2019

Stephon Gilmore

CB

New England Patriots

NFL Player of the Year History, Trends, and Pointers

  • Only two defensive backs have won the DPOY Award since 2010, the most recent being Stephon Gilmore in 2019.

  • Since 2010, six quarterbacks, five running backs, and three wide receivers have won OPOY.

  • No offensive player has won the award in consecutive seasons since Marshall Faulk won in 1999,2000, and 2001.

  • Since 2012, the OPOY has gone to a first-time winner.

  • Winning the award multiple times is more common on defense, as J.J. Watt and Aaron Donald have won it thrice since 2012.

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