Top Ten NFL Players Most Likely to Win MVP for the 2018-2019 SeasonTom Brady was 2017's NFL MVP. Before him were Matt Ryan, Cam Newton, Aaron Rodgers, Peyton Manning, Adrian Peterson, etc. We have plenty of talented NFL players currently, but only one can win the prestigious MVP award. Who will it be? We're looking at the top ten NFL players most likely to win MVP for the 2018-2019 season.
In what could be his final season, going out with an MVP would be the way to retire. With Brees set to break Peyton Manning and Brett Favre's passing records in 2018, will that be enough for an MVP award?
I believe it would be a nice send off if Brees just exploded and wins MVP and leads his team to the super bowl.
He has incredible stats and is bringing his team to a 12-2 season and a sure playoffs chance.
The best QB who have never won an MVP Award. He should win MVP this season.
Last time Rodgers went down with a broken collarbone, he won MVP the next year. That may be wishful thinking, but he's still in his prime. Maybe he can rake in a third MVP award, just like Tom Brady did in 2017.
Well, look at how well he is doing now. He currently has a team at 5-8-1, around 20th in the NFL currently. If he were most likely, he would be able to bring his team to win a few more games.
Coming off of an injury hungry for another ring, and with new piece Jimmy Graham to work with. It's coming home lads
I’m going with Rodgers because he is still in his prime and could very well have a big year after his injury put him on the sidelines last year
Don't think anyone saw this coming. 50 TDs and 5000 yards passing in his first full season in the league. Either him or Brees will take home the award.
How can anyone argue with his accomplishments, win the coin toss and they are in Super Bowl!
Was my first nfl season I've watched and he caught my heart first
Gifted athlete. Makes amazing things happen.
He was 2017's surefire MVP before he tore his ACL. His play may slack off a bit this year due to his ACL injury, but I still expect MVP numbers from Wentz.
He's cemented himself as a top five quarterback in the NFL. Heck, he accounted for 100% of his team's points last year. I kid you not. With the Seahawks spiraling into the black abyss, Wilson could be their one shining light in 2018.
It's been postponed for several years already, SOMEONE GET THIS MAN AN MVP!
Brown honestly would've won it last season if it hadn't been for injuries late into the season that forced him to miss a few games. Expect the all-pro to produce more in 2018 and contend for MVP.
The Chargers are set for a huge season, and Rivers will lead them once again. Optimism is high in Los Angeles, but they'll need a good quarterback. If Rivers plays like he did during the last half of last season, expect big things from him. Possibly an MVP.
That picture of him never fails to crack me up.
There's a chance. He missed six games last season, but still had above-average numbers. He could be battling Todd Gurley for the title of best running back in the league in 2018.
I love the Dallas cowboys
Elliott ANIELATED old Gurley, under rookie Barkley
Gurley was in the running last year, but didn't win. He got offensive player of the year, which is still quite an achievement. Can Gurley hit the 2,000+ scrimmage yards barrier again in 2018? If so, he really could be crowned the NFL's best.
He can break any play for the end zone...
Retirement is on the horizon, and like Brees, it would be nice for Brady to go out with a fourth MVP in his pocket. But can he still produce at age 41?
How is he 9 when he won last year lel
Because I said so
This will be tough. A defensive player hasn’t won an MVP award since 1986 (Lawrence Taylor). It’ll be difficult for Miller to really pull it off.
He could've won it in 2016. That is, if he hadn't broken his leg. His production fell of a cliff in 2017, part of a 6-10 Raiders team. Perhaps he can revert back to 2016 form, and win that elusive MVP award.
He's lead the colts to winning the last 7/8 games this season!
He’s a top 5 linebacker and he’s a young talent so I can’t wait to see him in the future