Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes Odds to Win MVP in 2024-25

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Patrick Mahomes has already won MVP twice and Super Bowl MVP three times in his six-year run as a starter for the Kansas City Chiefs. So, naturally, Mahomes is again the favorite to win regular season MVP in 2024.

Patrick Mahomes celebrates with Lombardi Trophy

What Are Patrick Mahomes' MVP Odds Today?

Mahomes' odds to win Super Bowl MVP are at +600 via DraftKings Kansas, though odds vary across sportsbooks. Here's a breakdown of more Patrick Mahomes futures:

πŸ† Regular Season MVP 2024-25+450
⭐ Super Bowl 59 MVPTBD
πŸ”₯ Offensive Player of the Year 2024-25+4500
πŸ“ˆ Most Regular Season Passing Yards 2024-25TBD
🏈 Most Regular Season Passing Touchdowns 2024-25TBD

Odds can certainly change, so it's worth checking in on them frequently to take advantage of the best deals. As far as Mahomes goes, he did not win regular season MVP in 2023 β€” that honor went to Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson. Mahomes did, however, win Super Bowl 58 MVP.

For those interested in a deeper dive on odds for Mahomes' team, check out our Chiefs playoff chances page.

Bettors can also find the Chiefs' Super Bowl odds on our page which tracks them week to week.

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Latest Kansas City Chiefs Updates Impacting Patrick Mahomes' Odds for MVP

Here are a few key developments regarding Mahomes and his MVP odds:

  • πŸ“† February 11: The Chiefs beat the San Francisco 49ers 25-22 in Super Bowl 58, and Mahomes wins Super Bowl MVP for the third time in his career.
  • πŸ“† January 28: The Chiefs beat the Baltimore Ravens 17-10 in the AFC Championship, heading to the Super Bowl for the fourth time in five years.
  • πŸ“† January 21: Patrick Mahomes leads the Chiefs to a 27-24 win over the Buffalo Bills in the divisional round. They advance to the AFC Championship Game to face the Baltimore Ravens.
  • πŸ“† January 13: Kansas City beats the Miami Dolphins in the wild-card round. Patrick Mahomes is set to face the Buffalo Bills in the divisional round, which will be his first true road playoff game.
  • πŸ“† December 31: The Chiefs lock up the AFC West and the No. 3 seed in the playoffs after beating the Cincinnati Bengals.
  • πŸ“† December 17: K.C. gets back on track with a win over the New England Patriots.
  • πŸ“† December 10: The Chiefs continue to slide with a loss to the Buffalo Bills.
  • πŸ“† December 3: The Chiefs drop a game to the Green Bay Packers in an upset loss on Sunday Night Football.
  • πŸ“† November 26: The Chiefs bounce back with a big division win over the Las Vegas Raiders.
  • πŸ“† November 21: Kansas City loses a heartbreaker to the Philadelphia Eagles in a Super Bowl 57 rematch on Monday Night Football.
  • πŸ“† November 5: The Chiefs beat the Miami Dolphins 21-14 in Germany, improving to 7-2 before their bye.
  • πŸ“† October 29: The Chiefs lose to Denver (24-9) for the first time since 2015. Mahomes throws for zero touchdowns and two interceptions.
  • πŸ“† October 22: Mahomes drops 424 yards and four touchdowns on the Los Angeles Chargers as the Chiefs win and move to 6-1.
  • πŸ“† October 12: Kansas City beats the Denver Broncos 19-8 on Thursday Night Football.
  • πŸ“† October 8: The Chiefs move to 4-1 after a win over the Minnesota Vikings, and Mahomes' MVP odds become the shortest they've been all season.
  • πŸ“† October 1: The Chiefs sneak past the Jets 23-20 on Sunday Night Football, improving to 3-1.
  • πŸ“† September 24: The Chiefs rout the Bears 41-10 as Mahomes drops 272 yards and three touchdowns in front of a Kansas City crowd that included pop star Taylor Swift.
  • πŸ“† September 17: The Kansas City Chiefs capture their first win of the season against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Mahomes earned 305 yards and two touchdowns, and also threw a pick.
  • πŸ“† September 7: The Chiefs lose 20-21 in the team's season opener against the Detroit Lions. In that game, Mahomes completed just 53.8% of passes for 226 yards, two touchdowns and one interception.
  • πŸ“† September 5: Chiefs All-Pro TE Travis Kelce suffered a knee injury at practice that kept him from playing in the season opener.
  • πŸ“† August 21: Chiefs starting RB Isiah Pacheco returns to full participation and is cleared for contact after being limited through the duration of training camp, rehabbing after shoulder and hand surgeries earlier this offseason.
  • πŸ“† July 23: Chiefs WR Kadarius Toney, often touted as the team's WR1, leaves training camp practice with a knee injury, later revealed to be a torn meniscus.
  • πŸ“† May 4: The Chiefs added offensive tackle Donovan Smith to their offensive line on a one-year deal.
  • πŸ“† April 27-29: Kansas City added seven players in the 2023 NFL Draft, including SMU receiver Rashee Rice in the second round. Rice could be a potential weapon for Mahomes in 2023.
  • πŸ“† April 19: Quarterback Blaine Gabbert joined the Chiefs to back up Mahomes.
  • πŸ“† April 7: The Chiefs added former New York Giants wideout Richie James to their receiving corps.
  • πŸ“† March 16: The Chiefs replaced left tackle Orlando Brown Jr. with former Jacksonville Jaguars tackle Jawaan Taylor.
  • πŸ“† February 24: The Chiefs promoted quarterbacks coach Matt Nagy to offensive coordinator. Nagy previously held the position with the team from 2016-2017 and served as head coach for the Chicago Bears from 2018-2021.
  • πŸ“† February 18: Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy took a job with the Washington Commanders to be their new offensive coordinator and assistant head coach.
  • πŸ“† February 12: The Chiefs defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35 in Super Bowl 57, winning their second title in four years. Mahomes won Super Bowl MVP for the second time in his career.
  • πŸ“† February 9: Mahomes was named NFL MVP for the second time in his career.

Sportsbooks Available To Bet on Patrick Mahomes’ MVP Odds

All major sportsbooks in the U.S. such as BetMGM Sportsbook, Caesars, FanDuel and DraftKings should have betting odds available for MVP as long as the state they're in allows wagers on awards decided by voters.

Sports bettors in the state of Kansas can place bets now for NFL MVP as long as they're located in the state and are 21 years of age or older. Those in the nearby state of Missouri will need to travel over to Kansas (or another state with legal sports betting, like Illinois or Iowa) to place bets on the MVP winner.

Has Patrick Mahomes Ever Won An NFL MVP?

Patrick Mahomes has won two NFL MVP awards throughout his six-year career (five years as a starter for the Chiefs). Mahomes won MVP in 2018 and 2022. He has also won Super Bowl MVP three times – in 2019 (Super Bowl LIV), 2022 (Super Bowl LVII) and 2023 (Super Bowl LVIII).

Mahomes' 2022 MVP Season

Mahomes led the league in passing yards and passing touchdowns in 2022, and led the Chiefs to an eventual Super Bowl title.

  • Passing yards: 5,250
  • Passing touchdowns: 41
  • Interceptions: 12
  • Completion percentage: 67.1%
  • Team regular season record: 14-3

Mahomes' 2018 MVP Season

In Mahomes' first year as an NFL starter, he became the third player in history to throw for 50 touchdowns in the regular season. The only other players to do so were Peyton Manning and Tom Brady.

  • Passing yards: 5,097
  • Passing touchdowns: 50
  • Interceptions: 12
  • Completion percentage: 66%
  • Team regular season record: 12-4

What Were Patrick Mahomes’ MVP Odds The Years He Won?

Those smart enough to place wagers on Mahomes to win MVP in 2018 earned a hefty payout – Mahomes' preseason MVP odds in 2018 were +3525, meaning that betting $100 would have paid out $3,525 plus $100 back.

Understandably, Mahomes' 2022 odds to win MVP were much shorter at +800. Still, a $100 bet earned $800, so still not a bad haul.

Patrick Mahomes’ Odds To Win MVP Every Year Since 2017

A year-by-year breakdown of Mahomes' MVP odds shows that he has been in the running every other year since 2018 despite being the preseason favorite every year since 2019.

YearNFL MVP OddsVoting Finish (First-Place Votes)
2023+600 (1st)7th (0 of 50)
2022+800 (T-2nd)1st (48 of 50)
2021+600 (1st)No votes
2020+350 (1st)3rd (2 of 50)
2019+500 (1st)No votes
2018+3525 (20th)1st (41 of 50)
2017NoneNo votes

Source:, with odds from more than one betting site.

Starting in 2022, NFL MVP voting changed to give players second- and third-place votes, with each vote counting as a certain number of points. First-place votes are the most valuable. This system allows more players to receive candidacy for NFL awards.

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Other Patrick Mahomes Odds and Props to Bet on in 2023

Those not satisfied with just betting on the Super Bowl MVP race can also place bets on a myriad of player props.


Mahomes typically has odds to win Offensive Player of the Year, though it's not as likely that he wins that award. That's not a knock on his talent, but rather because that award generally goes to running backs or receivers. That said, Mahomes did win OPOY in 2018 during his first MVP season.

Game Props

Bettors can place wagers on various props for each game. Whether it's Mahomes' over/under total passing yards, Mahomes to score a touchdown, or even Mahomes to throw an interception, there is so much variety for bettors to test their luck.

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Kate Magdziuk

Kate Magdziuk is an NFL betting expert for, focusing on the Kansas City Chiefs. She's written for NBC Sports Rotoworld, DraftKings Nation, Gaming Society, and 4for4 Fantasy Football. She'll track the Chiefs' playoff chances and Super Bowl odds, where she'll use her expertise in fantasy football and sports betting to deliver the most up-to-date information available for KS bettors.

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